Trading Penny Stocks for Beginners

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This video is about getting started trading penny stocks, for experienced investors and beginners alike.

My team and I use Leeds Analysis to find and research the highest quality low-priced penny stock shares. I’m going to show you exactly how we do it right now, and walk you through the process step by step.

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Proper Leeds Analysis for beginners to learn to trade penny stocks is a major undertaking, better suited as a movie than a quick video.

So, we’ll provide a single concept at a time. We’ll start with the easy stuff, which you can apply right now to any stock. As a matter of fact, get a stock in your mind you want to look into, and try this with them.

You can easily see what a company owns compared to what it owes. (This is simply their ‘assets’ and their ‘liabilities.’)

Just use free site, like Yahoo finance. That way we are all on the same page. We take a look at Hecla Mining, ticker HL, which was a penny stock my team and I profiled for subscribers to Peter

Simply pull up the quarterly balance sheet, and see what the company has in terms of current and long term assets, compared to their current and total liability situations.

This is step one (of what will be hundreds) teaching you about getting started trading penny stocks.


shawnZ3918 says:

Hey Peter! Over the past couple of weeks I have been really interested in penny stocks and wanting to begin trading. However, since I am new to this, I really do not know where to begin when it comes to buying/trading a stock. I have been told that the app "RobinHood" is a good platform for beginner investors since there is not a commission fee. I wanted to know what your opinion on this was.

Jake Fisher says:

Nice start. Good honest help.

Gary Demos says:

Good stuff Peter – thanks for doing this series. I look forward to the next video.

Sum Yum says:

Are you planning to make series on how to invest? Are you going to go over fundamental analysis or technical or both?

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