Invest in Penny Stocks: A Guide to Profitable Trading

Invest in Penny Stocks: A Guide to Profitable Trading

by Peter Leeds
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Invest in Penny Stocks: A Guide to Profitable Trading 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Mr-BillBT More than 1 year ago
If you don't have this one on your shelf, you are making a major mistake. I learned more in less time from Invest in Penny Stocks than any other stock market related book I've read. The best part is the ethics Peter brings to the table. You get his story, and learn how he went from losing it all to the authority on penny stocks. I learned so much about finding good penny stocks (and more importantly about avoiding all the duds and mistakes people make). Like I said, get this one, read it twice, and keep it handy.
romka More than 1 year ago
I always have invested in penny stocks, but l now see all the mistakes I was making. I was making t way harder than it needed to be. Buying wrong stocks. Buying at bad prices. Invest in penny stocks is a great read that truly openned my eyes. I wouldn't be surprised if I could now triple my money in short time. I just got it and have only read it once so far, but I plan on reading it again and again.
Robert_Medak More than 1 year ago
First, this reviewer wishes to commend Mr. Leeds for the statement in his book about not spending your lunch money investing. When investing, please use only money you can safely. There are many people online and offline that will tell you to invest, but few will tell you not to invest if you don't have money you can afford to lose. This reviewer thanks the author for this. Mr. Leeds also mentions trying paper trading to learn how well you do, and about Leeds Analysis. He takes time to offer some real world examples of investing and how to value what is happening in terms that investors should be aware of as they invest. Mr. Leeds will teach you about investing in Penny Stocks. You can make money via Penny Stocks, but also be aware of the fact that you may lose some of your investment as well. Stocks are not guaranteed to make money. You must take the time to learn and invest smart by learning all you can and working paper trades first. It is by the use of paper trading that Mr. Leeds says is one of the best ways to choose stocks and learn how they react. He states in Invest in Penny Stocks that buying and sitting on Blue Chip stocks is not the best way to invest, plus Blue Chip stocks are expensive and you will be able to purchase more shares by investing in Penny Stocks and knowing when to sell them. This reviewer found the information invaluable for anyone considering investing in the stock market.
n7215w More than 1 year ago
In my opinion, there are no other books on investing that would come close in comparison to this one. "Invest in Penny Stocks" is set up for even the newest investor. Very easy to understand and would help the most experienced trader. Definitely a must read! An excellent reference guide during research and making an investment decision. The author gives guidance through his trading experience and opinions. There is no trading advice! You must apply what you have learned and take responsibilty for your own actions. And believe me, once you start reading, you won't be able to put this book down.
555ngone More than 1 year ago
Great book, Gives you exactly what the author says it will. Gives you an overall look at Penny Stocks, how he started and how to avoid mistakes that he made. He teaches you about fundamental analysis and Technical Analysis. I learned more about fundamental Analysis in this book than I have in any other book I have ever read. He explains it so that anyone could understand it. I recommend this book to all investors especially if you are just starting. Don't listen to the reviewer that says this is an expensive advertisement. He does talk about his website, but it does not take away from the book in any way.
Peter_Leeds_ More than 1 year ago
Disclosure: I am the author of this book. Dear Friends, When I wrote 'Invest in Penny Stocks,' I wanted it to show you how to: - avoid risks in penny stocks - discover those very high quality penny stocks that would multiply in value I also added a lot of my personal trading tactics for penny stocks, and packed it with all the information I think that you will need to do very well. Please give the book a try, and if you have any follow up questions about the book, or penny stocks in general, please do not hesitate to contact me directly. Until we connect, Peter Leeds The Penny Stock Professional
RiverNE More than 1 year ago
This book is NOT worth 30 bucks. It may be worth 10, but the number $7 actually comes to mind. $7 for his time putting this worthless piece of garbage together. Don't waste your time. I should have known - all the reviews (except 1) are written around the same time frame. He must of had his buddies post reviews. He is hoping you sign up for his news letter. What I expected for this kind of money is a book that does a deep dive and a step by step process. I will sum it all up for you. Do a SWOT analysis on the stock you are interested in, look at their financials and invest with caution. Stick to the Nasdaq or OTC-BB and thats it. There, I just saved you $30 and a lot of wasted time. Send me $7 and we can call it even. What a disappointment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is great! I consider myself well-informed about the stock market, so when my neighbor loaned it to me to check out, I thought I would just plow through it and read it even though I already knew most of the stuff. In fact, I found myself not only thoroughly entertained, but I learned quite a bit about penny stocks in the bargain. One great thing about this book is its Experience Rating System, which alerts readers at different skill levels to either the simple stuff that they might be able to skip, as well as warning beginners about the more advanced sections they might want to skip until they've gotten up to speed. I would recommend going through the entire book chapter-by-chapter, because 1) it's a good read, and 2) sometimes even experts can get lost unless they start at the beginning. I think I really learned a lot from the book, particularly its more advanced chapters, like the one dealing with technical analysis. This really gives you a good feel for how to read all the charts you get when you punch up a penny stock ticker on Yahoo! I am sold on his analysis system and plan to start putting it into action soon and making money. A must read whether you are a financial analyst or just somebody learning about the basics principals of how the stock market functions. You'll enjoy and (maybe) profit from this one!
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Robert Seibold More than 1 year ago
Realistic assessment of penny stocks.