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Penny Stocks For Dummies & Currency Trading For Dummies, 2nd Edition Bundle

Many excellent companies trade as penny stocks, and investing in those companies as they “grow up” to become bigger stocks can be extremely lucrative. Unfortunately, penny stocks have been given a bad name among the investment community, and in some cases that negative reputation is well deserved. But after you discover a few tactics for sidestepping the easily avoidable pitfalls in penny stocks, you can uncover incredible companies that will turn a small investment into a significant reward.

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Protecting Yourself from Pitfalls in Penny Stocks



Investors who aren’t aware of the best ways to protect themselves from the risks of investing in penny stocks can sometimes get burned. But if you abide by the following pointers, you’ll be able to sidestep the vast majority of the low-quality investments, scams, and misleading information:




  • Avoid the lower caliber markets (Pink Sheets, OTC). Stick to penny stocks traded on the AMEX, OTC-BB, and Nasdaq.



  • Don’t buy any stock based exclusively on a “tip” from a friend at work or family member. Always do your own research before investing in any stocks.



  • Never follow free stock picks! Whether you hear about the stock through a free newsletter, mailing list, or e-mail, keep in mind that free stock pickers have hidden motivations. They trick you into buying by using dishonest information and tactics, and dump the shares as soon as they mislead enough people to invest.



  • Only get involved with fundamentally solid penny stocks. You can quickly ascertain a company’s quality through a simple online check of its financial position.



  • Don’t fall for incredible stories in stocks. Some of the worst investments have an excellent “business concept,” such as a cure for a major disease, or an engine that runs on the power of gravity. Story stocks are usually terrible companies from a financial position, and the compelling nature of their business concept has pushed the shares well above any sensible valuation.



  • Call the investor relations contact at the company and ask a few questions.They will be happy to speak with you, and posing the right questions will enable you to ensure that the business is legitimate.



    Choosing a Broker for Currency Trading



    Online currency trading is offered by dozens of different retail trading brokerage firms operating from all over the world, so you have many options to choose from. Here are some key questions to ask when you’re choosing a broker:




    • How good are trading executions? The key to evaluating any brokers is the speed and reliability of your trade executions. Are you consistently able to trade at the price you’re trying for? If you’re trying to sell, and your trade request fails, and you’re offered a lower price, you’re probably being requoted. (Requoting effectively means you’re trading on a wider spread than you bargained for.) Does your broker offer price improvement on limit orders? For stop-loss orders, the brokerage’s execution quality comes down to the amount of slippage experienced when prices gap following data or news announcements. You should expect some slippage on stop-loss order executions — the question is, “How much?”



    • How are orders filled? Find out exactly how your stop-loss or take-profit orders are filled. Is a stop-loss sell order filled when the bid price matches the stop price, such as a selling stop at 10 triggered by a price quote of 10/13? Are stops guaranteed? If so, are there any exceptions to such guarantees? What’s the policy for filling limit orders? Does the market bid price need to match the price of the limit order to sell, for example? A reputable broker will have clearly defined order execution policies on their website.



    • Are dealing spreads stable in all market conditions? Most forex brokers offer variable spreads these days. When market liquidity is high, the spreads will be tightest. During volatile market conditions and around major news events, spreads will naturally widen. However, the amount of variability can really differ among brokers, so make sure you understand how wide spreads can go when the market’s really moving.



    • Look on a broker’s website to see if they publish their execution statistics, which can give you more insight into their execution quality — including speed, the percent of trade requests that are successfully executed, and the opportunity for price improvement. Remember: Tight spreads are only as good as the execution that goes along with them.



    • What is the commission structure? Most online forex brokerages provide trade executions without charging trade commissions. Instead, the broker is compensated by the price spread between the bid and the offer. A few brokers offer a commission-based pricing structure coupled with narrower trading spreads. If the brokerage charges a per-trade commission, you need to factor that cost into your calculations to see if it’s really a better deal than a spread-based commission.



    • How much leverage does the firm offer? Too much of a good thing? In the case of leverage, yes. Over the past several years, the maximum leverage available to retail traders has been reduced by regulators. For example, in the United States, the maximum available leverage is 50:1. In some markets outside the United States, such as the United Kingdom and Australia, 200:1 leverage is available. Generally speaking, firms offering excessively high leverage (higher than 200:1) are not looking out for the best interest of their customers and, more often than not, are not registered with a major regulatory body.



    • What trading resources are available? Evaluate all the tools and resources offered by the firm. Is the trading platform intuitive and easy to use? What charting tools are available? What newsfeeds are available? Do they provide live market commentary on a regular basis? What type of research does the firm provide? Do they offer mobile trading? Are you able to receive rate alerts via e-mail, text message, or Twitter? Are there iPhone/iPad apps? Does the firm support automated trading? Does the platform offer robust reporting capabilities, including transaction detail, monthly statements, profit-and-loss (P&L) reports, and so on?



    • Is 24-hour customer support available? Forex is a 24-hour market, so 24-hour support is a must. Can you access customer service firm by phone, e-mail, and chat? Are the firm’s representatives licensed? Knowledgeable? The quality of support can vary drastically from firm to firm, so be sure to experience it firsthand before opening an account.



    • Is the firm regulated, with solid financials? In the United States, online currency brokerages are regulated by the National Futures Association (NFA), which is the self-regulatory body subject to Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) oversight. Other geographies with solid regulatory frameworks include the United Kingdom/Europe, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore — ideally you should trade with a broker that is regulated by at least one of these regulatory agencies.



    • Who runs the firm? Management expertise is a key factor, because a trader’s end-user experience is dictated from the top and will be reflected in the firm’s dealing practices, execution quality, and so on. Review staff bios to evaluate the level of management and trading experience at the firm. If the brokerage doesn’t tell you who is running the show, it may be for a reason.

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