Penny Stock Investing

Stocks are generally categorized according to their market capitalization and price value by the market players. Accordingly, we hear terms like large cap stocks, medium cap stocks and small cap stocks. Shares with very small market cap (up to $100 million) and a maximum price value of up to $ 3 are called penny stocks in the market jargon. These are usually cited as the opposite of blue chip shares, which often carry a premium tag. Penny stocks are usually traded over the counter (OTC) by the brokers because they are unable to list on exchanges due to their stringent norms.

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Financial Risk, Investment in College and Academic Clout Often Over Blown

All too often academia misleads parents and college students into believing that their institutions carry clout. In fact in the end it is the individual not the school, which provides propulsion in one’s career you see? One thing that colleges and universities always tell students and parents during pre-enrollment visits is that; “Our institution places 85% of our graduates in the Fortune 500 Companies.”

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5 Tools to Effectively Manage Rental Property Investments

For small-time real estate investors, managing the “behind the scenes” aspect of the property investments can become a hectic mess. Often, the small investor does most of their property management tasks themselves, making it easy to get behind, lose receipts, forget about a ledger, and have leases spread out among their home office. To help one get organized, below is a list of five tools that every small-time real estate investor should consider to efficiently operate their small empire.

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