The Hottest Penny Stocks – Part 1 – Past Penny Stock Fortunes

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Where to find penny stock winners

This article presents a list of some of the hottest penny stocks ever. At the end, you will discover what these stocks have in common and that will tell you how to find others like them.

First, the disclaimers – Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Buying these stocks at their lows and selling at their highs would have been very difficult and probably impossible, but their profit potential is enormous. These stocks are VERY risky and volatile.

However, this list will get you to see what is possible, if you know where to look and what to look for. You can start to imagine how gains like this would help you achieve your investment dreams.

The Hottest of the Hot

I am a former OTC market maker, security analyst and investment banker. Probably you, like me, started out losing money in the first few years. So I read everything I could get my hands on in addition to trading hundreds of stocks, and after years of struggle and 80 hour weeks I developed ow risk – high return principles.

However, In 40 years of investing, I have never seen anything like the stocks I studied this year – the potential profits, like the risk, is truly phenomenal, as you will soon find out. You may be surprised to find that profits this large are out there – but how to discover these stocks?

Stock 1 — The low price for this stock was $0.001, but five weeks later it sold for $1.25, a gain of 1,000% in only five weeks.

Stock 2 — This stock sold for $1.10 and five short weeks later hit $4.07, up 300%.

Stock 3 — Here is another stock that went up from the low to the high in only five weeks, $0.25 low to a high price of $1.25, or an appreciation of 500%.

Stock 4 — Low price: $0.09, High price: $0.72, Time: five months, Appreciation: 800%.

Stock 5 — From $1.72 to $270 — that’s right, from less than $2 to $270 in only two months! Appreciation percentage 15,000%

Stock 6 — From a price of $0.001 to a high price of $1.25, five weeks, up 1,000%.

Stock 7 — Sold at a low of a nickel, $0.05, then hit a high of $6.21 in two months, for a 15,000% gain.

Stock 8 — Bottom price: $0.37, highest price: $10.10, in six weeks, appreciation: 2,500%.

Now for something truly different:

Stock 9 — The winner of all the stocks studied. Hold on to your socks, Low price: $0.0001 (they don’t get any cheaper) to a high price of $4.25, but it took a long time — three whole months. (Who has that kind of long-term patience?) The change in price from the low to the high was (I cannot event think in these terms) 4,250,000%

Now this does not mean that you could have bought $1,000 worth of this stock and sold it there months later for over $4,000,000 – for one thing the volume was too low to support this kind of selling. For another, these stocks are very volatile and you will find it very, very hard to know when the stock has peaked. However, there may have been a profit there somewhere, don’t you think?

Stock 10 — Bottom price: $0.20, High price: $24.00, Time: eight months, Appreciation: 10,000%.

Stock 11 — Bottomed at $0.06, topped at $30.00, took nine weeks, appreciation percent 48,000%.

Stock 12 — Bottom price: $0.08, High price: $5.00, Time: two weeks, Appreciation: 6,000%.

These are some of the many, many stocks of this kind I studied this year. Naturally you now want to know what they have in common. The answer is simple. They are all reverse merger penny stocks. It was a reverse merger that caused these stocks to skyrocket. When I opened a trading account to test my theories on these stocks, my actual realized cash trading profits using these methods was a 400% gain in two months. I believe that reverse merger stocks, while very risky, offer enormous potential for profit.