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AAPH American Petro-Hunter, Inc. 0.0006 400,000,000   Pink No Information
AAPJ AAP, Inc. 0.0058 300,000,000   Pink No Information
ABCE ABCO Energy, Inc. 0.006 50,000,000   Pink Current
ACNV Accelera Innovations, Inc. 0.0035 100,000,000   Pink Current
ACRB Asia Carbon Industries, Inc. 0.0045 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ADFS American Defense Systems, Inc. 0.003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ADIA Adia Nutrition, Inc. 0.003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
AFFMQ Affirmative Insurance Holdings, Inc. 0.001 19,486,552   Pink No Information
AGGI Allied Energy, Inc. 0.0007 200,000,000   Pink No Information
AGSM Silver Stream Mining Corp. 0.0085 150,000,000   Pink No Information
AHFP Artisanal Brands, Inc. 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
AHROQ Atheronova, Inc. 0.0047 100,000,000   Pink No Information
AIMH AimRite Holdings Corp. 0.0026 150,000,000   Pink No Information
AIVI Aivtech International Group Co. 0.007 75,000,000   Pink No Information
AJBI Ami James Brands, Inc. 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
AMFL American Films, Inc. 0.0092 100,000,000   Pink No Information
AMSE American Sands Energy Corp. 0.01 200,000,000   Pink No Information
AMWK AmeriStar Network, Inc. 0.001 90,000,000   Pink No Information
ANAS Alternaturals, Inc. 0.0023 250,000,000   Pink No Information
AOILQ Armada Oil, Inc. 0.0018 100,000,000   Pink No Information
APLD Applied Science Products, Inc. 0.009626 150,000,000   Pink No Information
APRE Aperture Health, Inc. 0.0011 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ARAH Aria International Holdings, Inc. 0.0006 300,000,000   Pink No Information
ARBI Arbios Systems, Inc. 0.005 100,000,000   Pink No Information
AURT Attune RTD 0.0002 59,000,000   Pink No Information
AVTH AV Therapeutics, Inc. 0.005 250,000,000   Pink No Information
AWWI Alpha Wastewater Inc 0.0015 190,000,000   Pink No Information
AXGC Axis Energy Corporation 0.0043 75,000,000   Pink No Information
AXIO Axiom Oil and Gas Corp. 0.004 300,000,000   Pink No Information
AXMM Axiom Corp. 0.0013 200,000,000   Pink No Information
AXPW Axion Power International, Inc. 0.005724 100,000,000   Pink Current
BANJ Banjo & Matilda, Inc. 0.0073 100,000,000   Pink Current
BCND Beacon Redevelopment Industrial Corp. 0.001 300,000,000   Pink No Information
BDCM Broadcast Marketing Group, Inc. 0.0023 100,000,000   Pink No Information
BDGN Budget Center Inc. 0.01 150,000,000   Pink Current
BEES BEESFREE, Inc. 0.0032 200,000,000   Pink No Information
BEMG Beta Music Group Inc. 0.01 290,000,000   Pink No Information
BGEM Blue Gem Enterprise 0.0007 200,000,000   Pink No Information
BGII BGI, Inc. 0.0015 70,000,000   Pink No Information
BIGG Big Tree Group, Inc. 0.0013 100,000,000   Pink No Information
BIOM Biomimix, Inc. 0.0035 200,000,000   Pink No Information
BKUH Bakhu Holdings, Corp. 0.002 150,000,000   Pink No Information
BLBK BOLDFACE Group, Inc. 0.01 300,000,000   Pink No Information
BLLB Bell Buckle Holdings, Inc. 0.0003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
BLLZ Bullzi Holdings, Inc. 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
BMGP Biomagnetics Diagnostics Corp. 0.0008 300,000,000   Pink No Information
BOTY Lingerie Fighting Championships, Inc. 0.00095 400,000,000   Pink Limited
BRNE Borneo Resource Investments Ltd. 0.0005 400,000,000   Pink No Information
BROE Baron Energy, Inc. 0.0059 75,000,000   Pink No Information
BRYN Bryn Resources, Inc. 0.0035 250,000,000   Pink No Information
BRZL Scepter Holdings, Inc. 0.0039 150,000,000   Pink Current
BSHF Bioshaft Water Technology, Inc. 0.008 300,000,000   Pink Current
BSPE Blacksands Petroleum, Inc. 0.007 100,000,000   Pink No Information
BSTK Brite-Strike Tactical Illumination Products, Inc. 0.0023 100,000,000   Pink No Information
BTFL Monarch America, Inc. 0.0007 261,000,000   Pink No Information
BZTG Buzz Technologies, Inc. 0.006 400,000,000   Pink No Information
CATV 4Cable TV International, Inc. 0.0001 300,000,000   Pink No Information
CCAQW Committed Capital Acquisition Corporation II 0.006 8,000,000   Pink Limited
CDEX CDEX Inc. 0.0024 300,000,000   Pink No Information
CDKG China Du Kang Co., Ltd. 0.0041 250,000,000   Pink No Information
CDMC Cindisue Mining Corp 0.00 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CDRL Commodore International Corp. 0.0022 150,000,000   Pink No Information
CESX CES Synergies Inc. 0.01 250,000,000   Pink Current
CETG Capital City Energy Group, Inc. 0.00769 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CEXE Circle Entertainment Inc. 0.0025 75,000,000   Pink No Information
CFRI Conforce International, Inc. 0.0008 250,000,000   Pink No Information
CGHC Capital Group Holdings, Inc. 0.0054 300,000,000   Pink No Information
CGNH CardioGenics Holdings Inc. 0.0086 150,000,000   Pink No Information
CHCC China Chemical Corp. 0.0031 80,000,000   Pink No Information
CHLE Centennial Specialty Foods Corp. 0.0041 20,000,000   Pink No Information
CHSH China Shoe Holdings, Inc. 0.000423 310,000,000   Pink No Information
CHSO China Shouguan Mining Corp 0.005 300,000,000   OTCQB
CLAD China Liaoning Dingxu Ecological Agriculture Development, Inc. 0.0011 75,000,000   Pink No Information
CLCL CALCOL, Inc. 0.0021 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CLIS ClickStream Corporation 0.007 300,000,000   Pink No Information
CLKTF CalciTech Ltd. 0.0006 300,000,000   Pink No Information
CLPE Clear Peak Energy, Inc. 0.004 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CMGO CMG Holdings Group, Inc. 0.0014 450,000,000   Pink No Information
CMIT CMARK International, Inc. 0.0004 250,000,000   Pink No Information
CNBI China BCT Pharmacy Group, Inc. 0.0098 150,000,000   Pink No Information
CNCL Cancer Capital Corp. 0.00 20,000,000   Pink Current
CNGI Concordis Group Inc 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CNHC China Health Management Corp. 0.001 150,000,000   Pink No Information
CNOZ Cono Italiano, Inc. 0.0009 150,000,000   Pink No Information
CNWT Cistera Networks, Inc. 0.008 50,000,000   Pink No Information
CPPD Circa Pictures & Production Co. International, Inc. 0.00223 150,000,000   Pink No Information
CPWY Clean Energy Pathways, Inc. 0.0011 190,000,000   Pink No Information
CRCL Circle Star Energy Corp. 0.0022 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CRDX Credex Corporation 0.00 100,000,000   Pink Current
CRGE Clenergen Corp. 0.0005 75,000,000   Pink No Information
CRRSQ Corporate Resource Services, Inc. 0.001384 95,000,000   Pink No Information
CRSQ Corporate Restaurant Concepts, Inc. 0.0011 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CUAU Casablanca Mining Ltd. 0.0018 100,000,000   Pink No Information
CWNR Crosswind Renewable Energy Corp. 0.002 150,000,000   Pink No Information
CXCQ CardXX, Inc. 0.0035 40,000,000   Pink No Information
CYPJ Cyber Operations, Inc. 0.005 60,000,000   Pink No Information
DAKPQ Dakota Plains Holdings, Inc. 0.0037 100,000,000   Pink No Information
DCGD Discovery Gold Corp 0.0025 250,000,000   Pink No Information
DCLT Data Call Technologies, Inc. 0.0018 200,000,000   Pink Current
DEAC Elite Data Services Inc. 0.0006 50,000,000   Pink No Information
DEMO Democrasoft Holdings, Inc. 0.003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
DFTC Defentect Group, Inc. 0.00144 250,000,000   Pink No Information
DIGI Digitiliti, Inc. 0.002 100,000,000   Pink No Information
DKGR Universal Apparel & Textile Company 0.00395 9,900,000   Pink No Information
DNME Domain Extremes, Inc. 0.0001 200,000,000   OTCQB
DOMK DoMark International, Inc. 0.0001 130,000,000   Pink No Information
DRMO Direct Response Media, Inc. 0.0001 300,000,000   Pink No Information
DRSX DRS, Inc. 0.004 25,000,000   Pink No Information
DTII Defense Technologies International Corp. 0.0023 200,000,000   Pink Current
DVAR Dovarri, Inc. 0.0008 150,000,000   Pink No Information
DWIS Dinewise, Inc. 0.003 250,000,000   Pink No Information
DXAEF Doxa Energy Ltd. 0.0025 14,000,000   Pink Current
DZNA Dezina Marketing, Inc. 0.003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
EACR EARN-A-CAR INC. 0.0056 250,000,000   Pink Current
ECDP Eco Depot, Inc. 0.0015 200,000,000   Pink No Information
ECGI Event Cardio Group, Inc. 0.0035 190,000,000   Pink No Information
ECIGQ Electronic Cigarettes International Group, Ltd. 0.0031 300,000,000   Pink No Information
ECMT Ecomat, Inc. 0.0037 74,000,000   Pink No Information
EGDD Eastern Goldfields, Inc. 0.0023 25,000,000   Pink No Information
EIPC Enable IPC Corp. 0.001 250,000,000   Pink No Information
EMBR Embarr Downs, Inc. 0.0003 300,000,000   Pink No Information
ENPT Enerpulse Technologies, Inc. 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
EORZ Empire Oil Refineries Corp. 0.002 450,000,000   Pink No Information
EPAZ Epazz, Inc. 0.01 37,850,000   Pink Current
EPXY Epoxy, Inc. 0.0004 480,000,000   Pink No Information
EQST Energy Quest, Inc. 0.0015 200,000,000   Pink No Information
ERAO Energy Revenue America, Inc. 0.002332 250,000,000   Pink No Information
ESPIQ ESP Resources, Inc. 0.0006 350,000,000   Pink No Information
ESRG Electron Solar Energy 0.0055 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ETAR Entertainment Arts, Inc. 0.003 200,000,000   Pink No Information
ETBI Eastgate Biotech Corp. 0.0023 450,000,000   Pink No Information
EXAD Experience Art and Design, Inc. 0.0032 325,000,000   Pink Current
EXSO Consolidated Eco-Systems, Inc. 0.0021 50,000,000   Pink No Information
FBER Agritech Worldwide, Inc. 0.0062 200,000,000   Pink Current
FDTC FNDS3000 Corp. 0.0016 200,000,000   Pink No Information
FLCN Falcon Technologies, Inc. 0.003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
FLKI Falken Industries Ltd. 0.0028 210,000,000   Pink No Information
FMBV Full Motion Beverage, Inc. 0.00828 240,000,000   Pink No Information
FNON Fonon Corporation 0.008 111,570,336   Pink No Information
FNXLF Fenix Financial Ltd. 0.0002 60,000,000   Pink No Information
FRMC Formcap Corp. 0.0025 200,000,000   Pink No Information
FRNV Frontera Investment, Inc. 0.0055 100,000,000   Pink No Information
FROT Falconridge Oil Technologies Corp. 0.0004 450,000,000   Pink No Information
FZRO FlashZero Corp. 0.0032 250,000,000   Pink No Information
GBHL Global Entertainment Holdings, Inc. 0.0022 470,000,000   Pink Current
GBLL Green Ballast Inc 0.0035 245,000,000   Pink No Information
GEOR GeoPetro Resources Co. 0.00997 100,000,000   Pink No Information
GESI Green Energy Solution Industries, Inc. 0.0005 490,000,000   Pink No Information
GFMH Goliath Film & Media Holdings 0.0048 300,000,000   Pink Current
GGLR GeoGlobal Resources, Inc. 0.004 250,000,000   Pink No Information
GHEU Global Healthcare & Education Management, Inc. 0.0002 100,000,000   Pink No Information
GHST Ghost Technology, Inc. 0.0015 300,000,000   Pink No Information
GLFW Gulf West Investment Properties, Inc. 0.0037 300,000,000   Pink No Information
GLRIW Glori Energy Inc 0.0012 5,321,700   Pink No Information
GLWA Global Water Asset Corp. 0.01 300,000,000   Pink No Information
GMUI Gold Mining USA Inc. 0.0034 200,000,000   Pink Limited
GNIN Green Innovations Ltd. 0.0008 150,000,000   Pink No Information
GNLKQ GeneLink, Inc. 0.0007 350,000,000   Pink No Information
GNOW American CareSource Holdings, Inc. 0.0047 40,000,000   Pink No Information
GNPT Green Parts International, Inc. 0.0001 437,000,000   Pink No Information
GPLS Geopulse Explorations, Inc. 0.007 200,000,000   Pink Current
GRDH Guardian 8 Holdings 0.0016 100,000,000   Pink No Information
GREW Greenworld Development, Inc. 0.004 300,000,000   Pink No Information
GRYN Green Hygienics Holdings Inc. 0.008 375,000,000   Pink No Information
GTHR GeneThera, Inc. 0.0052 300,000,000   Pink No Information
GTRQ GoTraq Inc. 0.0078 300,000,000   Pink No Information
GVHIB Global Vision Holdings, Inc. 0.007 225,000,000   Pink No Information
GWSO Global Warming Solutions, Inc. 0.0021 100,000,000   Pink No Information
GWYT Greenway Technology 0.0009 240,000,000   Pink No Information
GYSN Greyson International, Inc. 0.0032 200,000,000   Pink Limited
HAMPQ Hampshire Group, Ltd. 0.002 13,333,333   Pink No Information
HDII Hypertension Diagnostics, Inc. 0.0013 150,000,000   Pink No Information
HDVY Health Discovery Corp. 0.0071 450,000,000   Pink No Information
HENI Hinto Energy, Inc. 0.004 50,000,000   Pink No Information
HKFIQ Hancock Fabrics, Inc. 0.001839 80,000,000   Pink No Information
HLLK Hallmark Venture Group, Inc. 0.0001 50,000,000   Pink Current
HMLA Homeland Resources Ltd. 0.0014 100,000,000   Pink No Information
HNIN Horne International, Inc. 0.0009 80,000,000   Pink No Information
HSPG Home Shopping Latino, Inc. 0.005 100,000,000   Pink No Information
HSTC HST Global, Inc. 0.006 100,000,000   Pink Current
HVYB Home Valley Bancorp Inc. 0.004 3,000,000   Pink No Information
HWAL Hollywall Entertainment Inc. 0.0015 200,000,000   Pink Limited
IBGH Innovative Beverage Group Holdings, Inc. 0.0016 247,000,000   Pink No Information
IBGR Nexus Energy Services, Inc. 0.0005 480,000,000   Pink No Information
ICCO InterCare DX, Inc. 0.003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ICRD International Card Establishment, Inc. 0.0034 110,000,000   Pink No Information
IDIG International Digital Holding, Inc. 0.0062 100,000,000   Pink No Information
IDNG Independence Energy Corp. 0.00612 450,000,000   OTCQB
IFLM Independent Film Development Corp 0.0001 485,000,000   Pink No Information
IFUS Impact Fusion International Inc. 0.0038 350,000,000   Pink No Information
IHTI Integrative Health Technologies, Inc. 0.003 200,000,000   Pink No Information
IMNG iMing Corp. 0.007 150,000,000   Pink No Information
IMSU iTech Medical, Inc. 0.003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
INAN InterNatural Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 0.01 140,000,000   Pink No Information
INMG Innovativ Media Group, Inc. 0.0088 250,000,000   Pink Current
INNI Innovaro Inc. 0.005 29,000,000   Pink No Information
INNX Infinite Networks Corp. 0.005 250,000,000   Pink No Information
INTB Intelligent Buying, Inc. 0.00 50,000,000   Pink No Information
IPUB indiePub Entertainment, Inc. 0.006 295,000,000   Pink No Information
ISHM InfoSearch Media, Inc. 0.0021 200,000,000   Pink No Information
ISML ISM International, Inc. 0.0015 50,000,000   Pink No Information
ITKH iTeknik Holding Corporation 0.0025 496,999,998   Pink Current
JAGR Green Street Capital Corp 0.0008 200,000,000   Pink No Information
JNIPP Juniper Group, Inc. 0.00001 25,357   Pink No Information
JYHW Jayhawk Energy, Inc. 0.004 200,000,000   Pink No Information
KMWE KM Wedding Events Management, Inc. 0.01 290,000,000   Pink No Information
KPCM King of Pine Creek Mining Ltd. 0.002 5,000,000   Pink No Information
KRBF Kreido Biofuels, Inc. 0.0007 300,000,000   Pink No Information
KUSA Kashin, Inc. 0.00 75,000,000   Pink No Information
LAXAF Laxai Pharma Ltd. 0.0009 190,000,000   Pink No Information
LBAS Location Based Technologies, Inc. 0.002 450,000,000   Pink No Information
LBYE Liberty Energy Corp. 0.0011 150,000,000   Pink No Information
LCLP Life Clips, Inc. 0.0043 300,000,000   OTCQB
LCRE Lecere Corporation 0.005 20,000,000   Pink No Information
LEGE Legend Media, Inc. 0.0016 50,000,000   Pink No Information
LEGX LegacyXChange, Inc. 0.00152 190,000,000   Pink No Information
LGDIQ Legend International Holdings, Inc. 0.0008 300,000,000   Pink No Information
LOVI One2One Living Corp. 0.0035 100,000,000   Pink No Information
LSTG Lone Star Gold, Inc. 0.003 150,000,000   Pink No Information
LYFE LYFE Communications, Inc. 0.0012 200,000,000   Pink No Information
MAGP Magplane Technology, Inc. 0.0007 200,000,000   Pink No Information
MAST Master Silicon Carbide Industries Inc. 0.00 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MAXE Maxwell Resources, Inc. 0.01 200,000,000   Pink No Information
MBLV MobiVentures, Inc. 0.001 300,000,000   Pink No Information
MCBP Michigan Community Bancorp Ltd. 0.0001 9,000,000   Pink No Information
MDKM MDECHEM, Inc. 0.0074 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MDLH Medical International Technology, Inc. 0.009996 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MDWK MDWerks, Inc. 0.0017 200,000,000   Pink No Information
MEDH MedX Holdings, Inc. 0.004667 100,000,000   Pink Limited
MGLO Media Globo Corp. (The) 0.0039 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MGNU Magnus International Resources, Inc. 0.0025 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MGON Megola, Inc. 0.0007 200,000,000   Pink No Information
MINE Minerco, Inc. 0.0011 250,000,000   Pink No Information
MIOI Mining Oil, Inc. 0.0036 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MJTV Michael James Enterprises, Inc. 0.0068 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MMMW Mass Megawatts Wind Power, Inc. 0.0062 67,000,000   Pink No Information
MMPWQ Multimedia Platforms, Inc. 0.0012 300,000,000   Pink No Information
MMTV Medical Media Television, Inc. 0.0007 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MNAI Monar International, Inc. 0.0029 250,000,000   Pink No Information
MPIN Message Processing International, Inc. 0.00001 50,000,000   Pink No Information
MPSP MedPro Safety Products, Inc. 0.007 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MRJT 3D Makerjet Inc. 0.001793 300,000,000   Pink No Information
MTMW Matmown, Inc. 0.0075 100,000,000   Pink No Information
MTRT Metal Arts Company, Inc. 0.0061 15,000,000   Pink No Information
MVTG Mantra Venture Group, Ltd. 0.0034 275,000,000   Pink Current
MYGG MyGo Games Holding Co. 0.002 250,000,000   Pink No Information
MYSL My Screen Mobile, Inc. 0.00497 200,000,000   Pink No Information
NACG NAC Global Technologies, Inc. 0.0081 150,000,000   Pink No Information
NCEN Nacel Energy Corp. 0.00132 90,000,000   Pink No Information
NCRE New Century Resources Corp. 0.0011 200,000,000   Pink Current
NDYN NAERODYNAMICS, INC. 0.002 150,000,000   Pink No Information
NESV National Energy Services, Inc. 0.001 150,000,000   Pink No Information
NEVE Nevo Energy, Inc. 0.01 100,000,000    Pink No Information
NGHT NightCulture, Inc. 0.0034 100,000,000   Pink No Information
NLAB NuOncology Labs, Inc. 0.001 50,000,000   Pink No Information
NTAH Nevtah Capital Management Corp. 0.0017 250,000,000   Pink No Information
NTFL Network 1 Financial Group, Inc. 0.0018 100,000,000   Pink No Information
NTGL NanoTech Gaming, Inc. 0.0081 450,000,000   Pink No Information
NTLK Net Talk.com Inc. 0.001 300,000,000   Pink No Information
NUEC NuEarth Corp. 0.0009 100,000,000   Pink No Information
NUTTQ Nutroganics, Inc. 0.0037 200,000,000   Pink No Information
NUVI Emo Capital Corp. 0.0022 125,000,000   Pink No Information
NUVM NuVim, Inc. 0.0022 120,000,000   Pink Current
NVGT Novagant Corp. 0.0031 400,000,000   Pink No Information
NVIC N-Viro International Corp. 0.0099 25,000,000   Pink No Information
NXSI Nexis International Industries, Inc. 0.0021 250,000,000   Pink No Information
NXSL NexTech Solutions, Inc. 0.0031 100,000,000   Pink No Information
NXTH NXT Nutritionals Holdings, Inc. 0.0006 200,000,000   Pink No Information
NYMH Nymet Holdings Inc. 0.0001 300,000,000   Pink No Information
OCBG OC Beverages, Inc. 0.0009 100,000,000   Pink No Information
OEDVQ Osage Exploration and Development, Inc. 0.0007 190,000,000   Pink No Information
OHBK Old Harbor Bank (Clearwater, FL) 0.0014 4,000,000   Pink No Information
OMRX Orthometrix, Inc. 0.005 75,000,000   Pink No Information
OMVE Omni Ventures, Inc. 0.0005 200,000,000   Pink No Information
OOAG OMDA Oil and Gas, Inc. 0.0005 250,000,000   Pink No Information
OODH Orion Diversified Holding Co Inc. 0.0045 250,000,000   Pink No Information
ORGC Organic Alliance, Inc. 0.0025 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ORMTQ Ormet Corp. 0.0006 50,000,000   Pink No Information
OTOW O2 Secure Wireless, Inc. 0.00245 80,000,000   Pink No Information
OXYS OxySure Therapeutics, Inc. 0.0079 100,000,000   Pink No Information
OZON Cyclo3pss Corp. 0.001 55,000,000   Pink No Information
PAPA Papa Bello Enterprises, Inc. 0.0019 200,000,000   Pink No Information
PCMC Public Company Management Corp. 0.007 55,000,000   Pink No Information
PEIW PEI Worldwide Holdings, Inc. 0.008 200,000,000   Pink No Information
PFSD Pacific Sands, Inc. 0.001089 400,000,000   Pink No Information
PGNPQ Paragon Offshore PLC 0.0095 186,457,393   Pink Current
PGSI Pegasi Energy Resources Corp. 0.0019 150,000,000   Pink No Information
PGUZ Pegasus Pharmaceuticals Inc. 0.0042 100,000,000   Pink No Information
PHBR PhoneBrasil International, Inc. 0.0032 30,000,000   Pink No Information
PHFB Phantom Fiber Corp. 0.0041 400,000,000   Pink No Information
PIED Piedmont Mining Company, Inc. 0.0012 100,000,000   Pink No Information
PMOZ PrismOne Group, Inc. 0.009 90,000,000   Pink No Information
PREA Pure Earth, Inc. 0.0017 25,000,000   Pink No Information
PRKI Perk International Inc 0.00345 250,000,000   Pink No Information
PSGP Pasco Group Holding Co. 0.005 100,000,000   Pink No Information
PSMH PSM Holdings, Inc. 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
PTAM Potash America, Inc. 0.001 200,000,000   Pink No Information
PTEL Pegasus Tel, Inc. 0.0001 100,000,000   Pink No Information
PUGE Puget Technologies Inc 0.0038 110,000,000   Pink No Information
PUMD ProUroCare Medical, Inc. 0.007 50,000,000   Pink No Information
PURT Purthanol Resources Limited 0.01 260,000,000   Pink No Information
PVCTW Provectus Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. 0.01 28,482,344   OTCQB
PWPY Power Play Development Corp. 0.0015 100,000,000   Pink No Information
QUAN Quantum International Corp 0.0026 200,000,000   Pink No Information
RAEWF Rae Wallace Mining Co. 0.004 110,000,000   Pink No Information
RAFA Rafarma Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (WY) 0.00613 300,000,000   Pink No Information
RBCF Rubicon Financial Incorporated 0.0022 50,000,000   Pink No Information
RCPIQ Rock Creek Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 0.0012 314,800,000   Pink No Information
RDXH Redux Holdings, Inc. 0.0037 100,000,000   Pink No Information
REEI Ree International, Inc. 0.0011 190,000,000   Pink No Information
REPO National Asset Recovery Corp. 0.0005 200,000,000   Pink No Information
RGDXQ Response Genetics, Inc. 0.0009 70,000,000   Pink No Information
RIBS Southern Concepts Restaurant Group, Inc. 0.00799 125,000,000   Pink No Information
RKOS Arkose Energy Corp. 0.0031 480,000,000   Pink No Information
RMGX DPOLLUTION International Inc. 0.002193 200,000,000   Pink No Information
RNFU Rongfu Aquaculture, Inc. 0.0001 90,000,000   Pink No Information
RNGG Reno Gold Corp. 0.0032 100,000,000   Pink No Information
RNWR 808 Renewable Energy Corp. 0.0005 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ROBK Rotate Black, Inc. 0.005 75,000,000   Pink No Information
RSAM Rising Sun Bancorp 0.007 10,000,000   Pink No Information
RVDO Riverdale Oil & Gas Corp. 0.0063 100,000,000   Pink No Information
SAEC Starlight Energy Corp. 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
SAKH Sakha Enterprises Corp. 0.0018 100,000,000   Pink No Information
SCRCQ ScripsAmerica Inc 0.0006 250,000,000   Pink No Information
SDAD S.H. Resources & Development Corp. 0.004 200,000,000   Pink No Information
SDSS Suspect Detection Systems, Inc. 0.0012 250,000,000   Pink No Information
SETO SETO Holdings, Inc. 0.007 101,500,000   Pink No Information
SFBR Safebrain Systems, Inc. 0.002236 250,000,000   Pink No Information
SGBP Syringa Bancorp 0.0047 250,000,000   Pink No Information
SGTB Suggestion Box, Inc. 0.004 200,000,000   Pink No Information
SGTH Signpath Pharma, Inc. 0.00 45,000,000   Pink No Information
SHRK SharkReach, Inc. 0.0096 200,000,000   Pink No Information
SKPN SkyShop Logistics, Inc. 0.00173 350,000,000   Pink No Information
SKPO Skye Petroleum, Inc. 0.0025 290,000,000   Pink Current
SKVY Sentry Technology Corp. 0.0042 300,000   Pink No Information
SLIF SeaLife Corp. 0.0003 100,000,000   Pink No Information
SLSX Seamless Technology, Inc. 0.005 100,000,000   Pink No Information
SOKE Sanook Enterprises, Inc. 0.00 75,000,000   Pink No Information
SOPK SouthPeak Interactive Corp. 0.0014 90,000,000   Pink No Information
SPLN Southern Plains Oil Corp. 0.0015 100,000,000   Pink No Information
SPTK Spire Technologies Inc. 0.0041 300,000,000   Pink No Information
SRCP SearchPath HCS, Inc. 0.008 3,999,000   Pink No Information
SSCR SMSA Crane Acquisition Corp. 0.00 100,000,000   Pink No Information
SSTU Sandy Steele Unlimited Inc. 0.008 30,000,000   Pink No Information
SSYR Stallion Synergies Inc 0.0076 200,000,000   Pink No Information
STEV Stevia Corp. 0.0061 250,000,000   Pink No Information
STIE Santaro Interactive Entertainment Co. 0.006 100,000,000   Pink No Information
STOY Spiral Toys Inc. 0.0022 149,000,000   Pink No Information
STWSQ STW Resources Holding Corp 0.00084 191,666,667   Pink No Information
SVTE Service Team, Inc. 0.0003 74,000,000   Pink Current
Symbol Company Name Price Per Share Authorized Shares   OTC Listing
SZSN Shandong Zhouyuan Seed and Nursery Co., Ltd. 0.001 150,000,000   Pink No Information
TAYO Taylor Consulting, Inc. 0.01 90,000,000   Pink No Information
TDCH 30DC, Inc. 0.004 100,000,000   Pink No Information
TEXC TexCom, Inc. 0.0036 50,000,000   Pink No Information
TIGE Tigrent Inc. 0.0091 25,000,000   Pink No Information
TLIF TOCCA Life Holdings, Inc. 0.0051 300,000,000   Pink No Information
TLLEQ Teletouch Communications, Inc. 0.0009 70,000,000   Pink No Information
TPIY Tianyin Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. 0.0051 50,000,000   Pink No Information
TQLA Montalvo Spirits, Inc. 0.001 300,000,000   Pink No Information
TRGM Targeted Medical Pharma, Inc. 0.01 100,000,000   Pink No Information
TRII Trio Resources, Inc. 0.0025 400,000,000   Pink No Information
TRLI Truli Media Group, Inc. 0.0038 250,000,000   Pink Current
TSMI Total Sports Media, Inc. 0.00425 40,000,000   Pink No Information
TSYI Terra Systems Inc. 0.0087 100,000,000   Pink No Information
TTCS TIE Technologies, Inc. 0.0013 300,000,000   Pink No Information
TVMD 24/7 Kid Doc, Inc. 0.0098 200,000,000   Pink No Information
TWSI Tristar Wellness Solutions Inc. 0.00755 50,000,000   Pink No Information
TYTN Tytan Holdings Inc. 0.004 43,333,334   Pink No Information
UATG Umbra Applied Technologies Group, Inc. 0.009 400,000,000   Pink Current
UBLI UBL Interactive, Inc. 0.0012 200,000,000   Pink No Information
UDHI Union Dental Holdings, Inc. 0.0024 300,000,000   Pink No Information
UGDM Universal Gold Mining Corp. 0.0016 300,000,000   Pink No Information
UHLN US Highland, Inc. 0.0014 100,000,000   Pink No Information
ULGX Urologix, Inc. 0.002 30,000,000   Pink No Information
ULTRF Ultrapetrol Bahamas Limited 0.01 150,801,707   Pink No Information
UMCN UMC, Inc. 0.003 200,000,000   Pink No Information
UNLA Unilava Corp 0.001 120,000,000   Pink No Information
UPCO Universal Potash Corp. 0.001038 300,000,000   Pink No Information
UPIN Universal Power Industry Corporation 0.0051 200,000,000   Pink No Information
UPOW UAN Power Corp. 0.00 250,000,000   Pink No Information
UPWT Ultra Pure Water Technologies, Inc. 0.00087 200,000,000   Pink No Information
UPZS Unique Pizza & Subs Corp. 0.0019 300,000,000   Pink Current
URBF Urban Barns Foods Inc. 0.001 350,000,000   Pink No Information
URHG United Resource Holdings Group, Inc. 0.009917 200,000,000   Pink No Information
USDF US-Dadi Fertilizer Ind International Inc. 0.004 250,000,000   Pink Current
USFCQ USA Synthetic Fuel Corp 0.0025 300,000,000   Pink No Information
USPR U.S. Precious Metals, Inc. 0.007 325,000,000   Pink No Information
USPS Ultimate Sports Inc. 0.004 50,000,000   Pink No Information
USRC Unisource Corp. 0.007 100,000,000   Pink Limited
UTRX Unitronix Corp. 0.001 100,000,000   Pink No Information
VCTL Rainmaker Systems, Inc. 0.002 50,000,000   Pink No Information
VCYE Velocity Energy Inc. 0.005 50,000,000   Pink No Information
VDPH VDO-PH International, Inc. 0.0034 200,000,000   Pink No Information
VGLS VG Life Sciences Inc. 0.01 170,000,000   Pink No Information
VGTL VGTel, Inc. 0.0002 200,000,000   Pink No Information
VIPV VIPR Corp. 0.006 300,000,000   Pink No Information
VMCS VisualMED Clinical Solutions Corp. 0.0009 325,000,000  Pink No Information
VMTG Victor Mining Industry Group Inc. 0.01 450,200,000  Pink No Information
VOHO Volcan Holdings, Inc. 0.01 300,000,000  Pink No Information
VRCFF Victory Resources Corp. 0.0087 100,000,000  Pink Current
VRTY Verity Corp. 0.0096 100,000,000  Pink No Information
VSST Voice Assist, Inc. 0.0011 100,000,000  Pink No Information
VSYS Viscount Systems, Inc. 0.0011 300,000,000  Pink No Information
WDKA Panache Beverage Inc. 0.0025 200,000,000   Pink No Information
WECS Wecosign, Inc. 0.0001 100,000,000   Pink No Information
WFWL Wifi Wireless, Inc. 0.0093 300,000,000   Pink No Information
WGEI WindGen Energy Inc. 0.0013 100,000,000  Pink No Information
WLOLQ Winland Ocean Shipping Corp. 0.01 400,000,000   Pink No Information
WNRC WENR Corp. 0.0022 100,000,000   Pink No Information
WPKS World Poker Store, Inc. (The) 0.01 100,000,000   Pink Limited
WQNI WQN, Inc. 0.002 50,000,000   Pink No Information
WRGL Warrior Girl Corp. 0.00043 200,000,000   Pink No Information
WSRA Western Sierra Mining Corp. 0.0072 350,000,000   Pink Current
WTKN WellTek Incorporated 0.009 400,000,000   Pink No Information
XGEN NexGen Holdings Corp. 0.001 350,000,000   Pink No Information
XNNHQ Xenonics Holdings, Inc. 0.0007 50,000,000   Pink No Information
XRXH XRX International Entertainment Holding Group 0.009 250,000,000   Pink No Information
YEVN Your Event, Inc. 0.01 70,000,000   Pink No Information
ZMRK Zalemark Holding Co., Inc. 0.0072 400,000,000   Pink Current
ZNAE Zane Interactive Publishing Inc. 0.009 90,000,000   Pink No Information
ZNNC Zann Corp. 0.0042 400,000,000   Pink Limited

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Penny stock fortunes are both fantasy and reality

This is a little light hearted and not in line with the usual postings on here but since it’s my birthday I thought I would lighten the mood a little before getting more serious with an increase in the number of posts and some recommendations. Enjoy!

Stories of penny stock fortunes abound. Most of us have heard the tale of Aunt Betsy, who bought Intel at 3 pounds a share, or Uncle Herbert, who got in on the ground level of ATT. We know that the stock market has made millionaires. But still, we think, penny stocks are not for us – or are they. Use your imagination for a moment, and consider the possibilities.

A gift from Grandma

The 1980s have just begun. You graduated high school, and as a gift, Grandma gave you 400 pounds in Wal-Mart shares, telling you that she is helping you to build your penny stock fortunes. You thank Grandma profusely for her generous gift. Later, you ask your dad what the stock market even is, and what you are supposed to do with 5455 “penny” shares of some company that you never heard of. Dad tells you that this is an up and coming retailer in the United States and that someday it may be worth a lot of money and no you cannot sell the shares now to buy a car. Whatever. You put the stock paper aside, and go listen to the new Stones album. Years go by, and you are far too busy to care about stocks.

Fifteen years later, you are done with college, working, and engaged to that special someone. At the wedding, Grandma gives you an envelope; inside is 400 pounds worth of shares in a company called Dollar Tree. Ah, another company you never heard of, but it reminds you of those other shares she gave you years ago. You’ll have to look into those. But now, it is time for that wedding dance to the latest Madonna song.

What ever happened to those stocks?

A few more years go by. You and your spouse have had a baby, and while money is always tight, life is generally good. Of course, more money would be better, but you can only work so hard. One day, you are cleaning out your office, making room for that new computer that is supposed to be Y2K proof. As you sort through some papers, you come across that old Wal-Mart stock. You pause and think about how friends of your have mentioned the stock market, and of course, now you know that Wal-Mart is a huge conglomerate – you wonder if they are worth much. You might as well look at those wedding stocks too, so you get both pieces of paper together, and look them up. You aren’t too excited – Grandma only gave you 800 pounds worth of stocks, but hey, they may be worth a few thousand now, and that could help with the baby.

You finish hooking up your new computer and get online to check out these stocks. Almost instantly, your face goes white. Your hands are almost shaking. You call your spouse in because you must be looking at this wrong. Nope, you are right. Those Wal-Mart shares, well Grandma paid .07 pounds a share in 1980. Now, it sells for 45.23 pounds – your shares are now worth 246,744 pounds! And those Dollar Tree stocks are now worth 5,156 pounds, after just five years. Grandma’s gifts to you started as 800 pounds, and are now worth a total of almost 252,000 pounds. Grandma built you a penny stock fortune, while you were not even paying attention.

A penny stock fortune

Now, imagine for a moment, that you used most of that to pay cash for a new house, but kept 50,000 in savings. A few more years have gone by. Now, it’s the financial crisis of 2008, and things look bad for the big banks. You decide to invest your 50,000 pounds of that money you earned from Grandma’s penny stocks into a single bank stock, that is valued at pennies, but which you (and Grandma, of course) feel confident will recover. You wait a few years, and now, they have rebounded from .50 a stock to 35.50 a stock. That stock is now worth three and a half million pounds! You are not even 50 years old, and you are rich. You and your family have secured your penny stock fortunes, and you can now retire, living life on easy street.

The reality of penny stocks

The above scenario is, of course, a fantasy. Or is it? Is it an urban legend that Aunt Betsy is rich? No, she really did buy Intel at three pounds and has been living the good life ever since. Of course, not every stock is going to make you a multi-millionaire, but it does happen. Many penny stocks are simply stocks low in their value cycle and bound to skyrocket. Investing just a few thousand pounds can result in tens of thousands in return and investment return like no other. A well-placed penny stock purchase can pay off over many years, and sometimes in just a few years.

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WBSI penny stock aimed at stopping cyber bullying

Facebooks finally going public and the social stocks are in a tizzy.

WebSafety, Inc. (WBSI) is a pure play on the only story hotter than social media.

WBSIs software fights cyber bullying the dark side of the social web.

There’s a high-profile movie out about bullying. The subject makes parents and pundits sick.

It’s trending so hard they even ripped on it in this week’s South Park cartoon!

WBSI is front and center in those bully wars so traders are getting an earful.

It’s no wonder its shares are throbbing up over 1,600% off a low of $0.0019.

On paper, it’s a knockout product. You can hear the CEO talk about it here.

For under $8 a month, WBSI watches your kid’s phones and computers.

If it sees other kids sending mail like you stink or go die, it warns you.

With 52 million American kids eager to pick on each other, that’s a $400 BILLION opportunity.

Remember, WBSI bills monthly.

Cyberbullying is more than a huge deal for the kids on Facebook and their nervous parents.

It’s a nightmare for schools that have to prevent electronic harassment.

Every single state but Montana forces schools to have an anti-bully policy.

80% are required by law to watch email and Facebook as well.

Schools have 14 million aging computers to monitor. Add THAT to WBSIs market opportunity.

And that, friend, is what we call high impact.

WBSI is just a pipsqueak that’s had to fight its way back from under 1 penny a share.

Even today, when the stock is a month into a full-fledged rally trend, WBSI is barely worth $9 million.

With the news flow stacked in its favor and the chart pointed up, it just takes a few parents signing up to move WBSIs needle.

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Biostem U.S. Corp. HAIR

I’m on fire about Biostem U.S. Corp. (HAIR) today and the reason is in the ticker itself.

HAIR uses ethically harvested adult stem cells to super-charge balding scalps.

They say it’s virtually painless and you can do it on your lunch break.

You can imagine how much cash an outpatient cure for baldness would pull in!

And yet somehow HAIR is currently priced in the 20 cent range, so everyman traders like us still have a chance to see it on the ground floor.

See, HAIR is only now rolling its stem cell technique into hair transplant clinics in places like Orlando, Florida, where aging big shots want to stay young-looking forever.

HAIR will receive monthly revenue from each doctor who signs up.

Because they’re starting from near-zero here, every dollar moves the valuation needle.

And those first clinics just opened for stem cells a few weeks ago, so the inflection point here is as fresh as it gets!

Now that the wheels have finally started turning, HAIR could even become an attractive Big Biotech merger target.

After all, Propecia brings down $400 million a year for Merck.

And old Rogaine earned its maker $150 million a year back in the 90s.

The market is endless. Look for baldness cure online, 3 MILLION hits.

Just a few months ago, news that they’d found the cause of baldness drove the world wild.

A cure in five years? HAIR is already doing it!

HAIR is also turning heads as brokerage firms throw it cash for the privilege of getting their taste of this story before the Street catches on.

Elco Securities bought 20 million HAIR shares back in May at 25 cents apiece.

That’s a 65% premium over where HAIR was trading the day the deal was signed.

Remember, HAIR is now well under the $0.25 level so that position is still technically deep underwater.

Did the big boys at Elco get taken here or did they figure that $5 MILLION bet will be worth a lot more down the road?

All I know is that HAIR plans to use that cash to keep the lights on while its marketing team goes to work!

This board is stacked with top management from blue-chip corporations like Crocs.

Love or hate the shoes, Stephen Beck and Scott Crutchfield know how to build a multi-billion-dollar craze from the ground up, and they seem eager to do it again.

Bottom Line: HAIR just blasted out of the gate with a new revenue model and some of the biggest names in hair replacement on its team.

Smart players have gambled long green on this company and its technology.

Resources:
http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=HAIR
http://www.google.com/finance?q=PINK%3AHAIR
http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=squotesymbol=HAIR

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Purchasing Penny Stocks Online

Penny Stocks are the companies floating stocks with per share value less than dollar five. There are other terminologies used for Penny Stocks: Pink Sheet stocks, Nano-Stocks or Microcap stock shares. In common sense, the companies having initiating businesses or small businesses issue penny stocks. There are also the chances that the company near the bankruptcy levels also issues these low priced stocks to fetch out some cash. Penny Stocks are risky for purchase because many traders initiate these stocks only for the reason to get money while the company is getting bankrupt or to turn a fraud against people. You can’t expect to invest money in a struggling company and hence, penny stocks are risky for you to begin a right investment.

Online Purchase of Penny Stocks

There are many people who invest in penny stocks without researching about them. These are mainly the losers and get stuck in the hands of dirty stock chasers. You can search from the list of best brokers online and get associated with the best one to make your investments in a right way. Stocks can be purchased with risk, but they can also give you best rewards. Penny Stocks are tough to track and hence, people don’t prefer to purchase them. You need to make sure that the brokerage firm you are choosing is safe and invests your money to your selected stocks.

There are many advantages to purchase penny stocks online and they are really inexpensive (per stock value) that you can take hundreds of them by not spending too much amount. You should diversify your investments in such a way that if you are losing your investments in one company, there should be a recovery meant to get your money on the right track. Once you have decided to invest in penny stocks, there will be an online brokerage company to get through your investments in your desired way. They will charge you a minimal amount for your share purchase and selling and you will be able to go in a right way to purchase the best penny stocks.

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Things you Should Know before Trading Penny Stocks

Things you Should Know before Trading Penny Stocks

Penny Stocks are termed as Risky Stocks and there are very less people who rely on this investment to gauge gains from it. There are many risks involved with these stocks and the main reason is due to the fraudulent companies and scams in Penny Stock world. These scams are due to Pump and Dump strategies involved in the Pink Sheet Stocks.

Penny Stocks are available in great numbers and you have to be strong enough to recognize the worthy stocks to purchase for an appropriate business. They are risky because businesses run in their own way and there are downfall times for companies, which can lead them to high risk zone. The investors associated with these stocks can probably lose a large amount if they are not getting associated with the right company. There are very less companies getting best trading for these penny stocks and usually, you will find 2-3 commendable stocks from 100 to get the best out of your investment.

 

Before you begin with penny stock trading, there should be clarity of finances taken and you should be ready for the big surprises in your investments.

What do you need to know before buying penny stocks?

  • Get all the information about the companies in which you are making investment by checking the financial records, competitiveness and business models. It will enable you to know the potential earnings and risks involved in your investment.
  • After this step, you need to choose the right time to buy the stocks. It is important to buy at lower price and sell at higher rates to attain gains through your investment. Right timing is important in determining your gains or losses in penny stocks market.
  • You can always exit the market, if you are becoming short of money. There should be a fixed limit kept in your mind for investment and you should never exceed it to get safe and secured.

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Penny stock guide Ch. 15-20

CHAPTER 15

HOW TO PICK A Penny Stock BROKER

Now, the question arises is HOW DO I PICK BROKER?

You should first decide whether you want a telephoning broker or he should be an online broker as well. Then next you should find the following factors.

  •   Quality of information
  •  How fast is the execution of trade
  •   The markets available
  •   Costs attached with them
  •   Check how much equities they would pay
  •   Would they provide with CFD’S
  •   How much fees would he charge on the unused cash in your trading account
  •   How much discounts. Penalties will be there on frequent /infrequent trading.

WHAT ARE THE QUESTIONS YOU WILL ASK DISCOUNT BROKERS

How much do they charge for buying and selling shares? Do they have any subscription fees How do they buy and sell shares Do they deal with telephone and internet both? Do they offer trade discounts Do they offer and added services like alerts, dynamic market data etc.

CHAPTER 16

GOLDEN RULES OF BUYING SHARES

9 golden rules of buying shares

1. STICK TO THE RULES- Always remember that the stock prices would go up and down, what is needed is to stick to your strategy which you have planned. Swaying away from the rules would only bring losses.

2. DIVERSIFY — Do not invest all your eggs in one basket; invest in various sectors not just the one which is mining.

3. BUY SHARES THAT SUIT YOUR TRADING CYCLES — if you are buying shares for a long term it definitely wont suit you if you are short term trader and it goes other way also… short term shares wont suit the long term trader as well.

4. KNOW YOUR RISK TOLERNACE — A speculative share has a different risk profile as to out of favor  ” blue chip “.Allocate your capital according to your own risk tolerance and the risk profile of the trade.

5. DON’T RUSH IN — The market will be still there waiting for you when you are ready to trade. Learn about the market before you start trading particularly the new investors. The best way to start is with the PAPER TRADE, so as to learn the basics first.

6. DO NOT GET GREEDY — Don’t think that you will be a millionaire in a day, be practical and not over realistic. Don’t think it’s very easy, as it’s very easy to lose money also in the trade market.

7. ONKY INVEST WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE — if the shares are the cause of your worries then definitely either you have invested in the wrong ones, or you have far too many to handle, so SELL them , nothing in the world d is more important than your peace of mind.

8. NEVER EVER CHASE SHARES — exercise patience, never run behind the shares and purchase beyond your limits, because the time will definitely come when you will be able to buy them within your limits.

9. KEEP ACCURATE UP TO DATE RECORDS- The most important of all, for penalties for not declaring your profits and not paying the capital gains are too much high. So stick to the rules.

CHAPTER 17

STOCK MARKET INVESTING TIPS

What should you do to be successful in the stock market, may be the following tips would help you

HAVE A PLAN

If you want your money to grow, wealth to multiply then the first thing you need is a full proof and solid strategy plan. If your plan is not good then you would just end up fixing your errors.

INVEST REGULARLY

Investment in shares is not a onetime game. You should keep on investing if you want to yield good profits.

LOW COSTS

Frequent trading would definitely add up to costs. Certain fees are always there which you need to pay, but do not indulge yourself into counterproductive things, which ultimately would make you use up your profits too. Best is to stick to the basic low cost transactions.

DO NOT BUY TOO MUCH AT ONCE

Try to buy at a certain amount and a certain period of time, which will give you advantaged of best prices. Hence if you want to invest to do not invest at a time, do it over a time frame of days, weeks or months.

DIVERSIFY

It’s the most important and vital thing to diversify as it would help to minimize the risk. All the types of investment, goes thought the cycle of setbacks ups and downs… hence you should diversify to earn profits in long term.

DO YOUR REASERCH

Before you decide to invest choose the right industry and in that choose the correct company. It would take a little bit of time but, do your homework properly before investing because it’s ultimately your hard earned money you want to invest for betterment.

NO EMOTIONS

The most basic thing of investment is, you have to keep emotions aside what it needs is cool, calm and balanced mind.

KNOW YOURSELF

You should now yourself about the market as well as which stock is good, if you are not able to do that than its always advised to have a professional do it for you .yes, we definitely talked that we should keep our costs low, but in this respect it’s always good to have someone manage your trade if you are ignorant about it,

CHAPTER 18

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STOCKS AND SHARES

For the first time investors it is difficult to decide where to invest his money .which option to select and when all the information seems to be confusing. In that the most common question asked is what the difference between STOCKS and SHARES is.

In today’s financial market, the distinction between the both is somewhat blurred, however

STOCKS mean ownership of certificates in multiple companies. You may not be only the stockholder but also the shareholder for each particular company as well.

SHARES mean ownership of certificates in a certain company. It makes the person the shareholder of that company.

The common misconception about stocks and shares is that they are different things. In reality they are the same thing but are referred to differently when talking about more than one company.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STOCKS AND BONDS

Sometimes it’s difficult for the new investor to differentiate the difference between the two. If I must say so, there are people who have been investing for a long time, but still they have not been able to articulate the difference. People think that stocks are more riskier then bonds and basically it is true also,

STOCK means ownership of certificates in multiple companies. The price to the stocks will actually depend upon the performance of the company. If company is doing well you will share the appreciation, but if the company has gone in loss, then u will equally be sharing the loss.

BONDS are “credit “given by the investor to the company. It’s a kind of loan provided to the company to carry on their activities. The percentage the investor gets is fixed.

The shareholder would stick to the shares even in bad times and would expect that the company would do better in future, but the bondholder is just concerned with his initial amount and the interest from the company.

It is possible that investor has invested in a small and a risky company and if the company shuts down then the bond holder has to lose his initial investment as well, but this happens in a rear case.

So what would be a wise investment BONDS OR STOCKS?

Well. It depends on the person personal decisions and what is his risk tolerance. Though the ideal long term portfolio could be a blend of little bit of both.

CHAPTER 19

FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS

It is always been a difficult and a confusing decision as to which stocks to buy. The financial analysts heavily depend to the Fundamental analysis at that time.

Fundamental analysis is looking at the basic or the fundamental financial level. It helps as key to determine the company’s health and gives the idea of the value of its stock. Fundamental analysis is the cornerstone of investing. Its core objective is to do the financial forecast of the company

To conduct companies stock evaluation

To make projections about its business performance

To evaluate its management

To calculate its credit risks.

TECHINCAL ANALYSIS

Technical analysis forecasts the future directions of the prices, through past data and market trend. It ‘ignores’ the actual financial condition of the company, market currency, it just solely goes by the “charts “that is the price and volume information only. It is just not limited to charting but it also considers price trends.

Technical analysts believe that the investors collectively repeat the behaviors of the investors who preceded them. While it will take long time for the technical analyst to be picked as the one to manage your trade, but certain financial institutions and banks are using them as tools.

CHAPTER 20

FAQ ‘S

If I buy, when should I sell?

Stock market is a creature in and of itself. When will the bull market is going to change to bear market is anyone’s guess. Hence, we should hold the shares which are stable and are moving up. When you see the company’s shares you have taken are dropping, dipping continuously, then I guess it is time to abandon the ship from those share, meaning it would be wise to sell those shares which are falling in price.

How many shares should I hold?

If they are fewer the better it is good to be diversified, but you should hold that many share that you can manage, and handle on your own. What is the point of holding 1000 shares and If you cannot know them all… instead it’s better to have 25- 30 which are manageable.

How can I buy and sell my shares tax efficiently?

You will be able to do this inside a self select Isa

Most of the brokers provide you with this facility where they give you an empty Isa wrapper. You have to fill it pound 7000 worth of shares and then trade tax free. All capital gains you make will be tax free.

What are Penny stocks?

There is no set accepted definition for the Penny Stock. Some define it as stock priced under 1$ and some say 5$. They are actually type of stock that generally trades at very low value and market capitalization. They are highly speculative and have high risk due to lack of liquidity. They are generally traded over the counter (OTC) and on pink sheets.

What is buying on margin?

A risky technique where in you are buying stocks with borrowed money from the broker. You can term it as a loan from the broker to buy the stocks. In this it allows the investor to be paid the fractional amount and the rest in borrowed from the broker. The broker sets a margin account with you and also charges you with brokerage on the loan and you have to pay interest as well. They can also hold the shares as collateral against the loan you have taken and can take the stocks, if you become a defaulter.

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Penny Stock Guide ch. 10-14

CHAPTER 10

INVESTING

PICKING Penny STOCKS AND PLANNING TRADES

Stock picking in many ways is as good as choosing a spouse for you. There are lots of options available to you if you have money. Once you have decided that you want to invest in shares, the biggest question which comes to the mind is how to I buy stocks? How do I plan my trades?

It is up to you to decide in which category of investors you want to be and which strategy you would follow

GROWTH INVESTING STRATEGY

IF you are kind of optimistic investor, then this strategy is good for you. Here the investor foresees the growth of the company’s earnings and invests in it. This type of strategy is considered to the best for beginners in the stock market.

VALUE INVESTING STRATEGY

Benjamin Graham and David Dodd both professors at Columbia Business School, and professors too many big investors, are known as FATHER of this strategy.

In this strategy, the investors tend to buy stocks whose price has recently fallen and are available at cheap prices. But you have to be careful, value investing does not mean “JUNK “.Investors has to do their homework on the companies, and distinguish between the value company and the companies with declining prices. The company should have its fundamentals healthy to prove its worth.

DIVIDEND INVESTING STRATEGY

In this strategy the investors, buys stocks which pay dividends regularly to them on quarterly or yearly basis… The choice of companies in this strategy should be sound and healthy. This strategy may not be the sexist strategy, but in the long run, this time tested investment strategy would definitely yield returns.

CREATING A STOCK TRADING PLAN

If you want to build your wealth, keep your wealth and grow your wealth you should have a solid Stock Trading Plan .A stock trading plan is a fixed set of rules and actions which formulate your trading strategy. Every trade you do should be governed by your trading plan.

Your trade plan is your road map to tell yourself and affirm yourself and reach your goals.

You will have to consider certain criteria for your plan like,

the timing Price of the stock Current news about the stock Liquidity of the stocks How long to keep the stock i.e. to hold them When to sell the stock What to do when the prices of the stock does not move. Etc

You can think of other aspects as well, but the above is the major point s you have to consider.

Once you have made a plan, mock run of the plan in the stock market which will help you to know if your plan is effective or it needs amendments.

CHAPTER 11

THE MECHANICS — PLACING THE ORDER

STEP 1

OPENING A SHARE DEALING ACCOUNT

Once you have decided that you want to deal in shares, you have to open a standard share dealing account, which usually is free. The basic share dealing account offers certain services for free , that means ” No ADVICE ” they would simply buy or sell as per instructions given. They allow you to trade over the phone or thru internet

If you have opened an account with your broker then you have to send them money stating which and how many shares you want to buy. They would charge you certain brokerage fees for their services. Also few of them charge trading fee, if there is no activity for a certain period of time as inactivity fee.

If you are trading through a web site, then it would ask for a username in which you want to open an account and then a password, that’s it and you are on. Once you put the  username and the password , it would ask you which companies shares you want to buy, how much you want to buy it would then give you a share quote , if acceptable to you .they get their research on the trading charts and

You can always think and come back again. If the quote is acceptable to you u confirms it and in return you will get an email confirmation by the broker and the deal is done.

Yes, it sounds a little tensed but you will get use to it over a period of time.

CHAPTER 12

RESEARCH STOCKS

STEP2

RESEARCH STOCKS

It is very important that you do proper research on the stock because the stock markets behave in weird ways and you should have proper knowledge to it. Never buy the stocks at random, as the market is not random and it works on lots of principles and attributes. If you want to succeed in the stock market you have to do proper research. Either you do the research on your own or you can hire someone to do it for you.

5 VITAL ISSUES

Fundamentals about the company. How is the company doing, is it a profit making company and a sound company. What is the price history of the stocks of that company, i.e. how much are the investors paying for the stocks. Price target is also a vital factor; you have to see how much the investors would pay for the stocks in future. What catalysts would change the investor’s perception of the stock? The most important of all compare the stocks with others in the same industry.

So, to sum up we can say that it’s important that as an investor you should have understanding of wider markets trends, knowledge of individual sectors. Also you should be able to analyze the financial records. You should not be able to have access to rumors and upcoming deals. Last but the most important is No emotional bias, generally this last point is overlooked.

Research before buying the shares; this can be done in many ways,

Go through the TV SHOWS and the newspapers, they have all the details of the shares which are doing well. Take valuable tips from friends and family members who have the knowledge of the subject, Never take any decision in HASTE and do not ignore any ADVICE. Full service brokers also help to do the research, they hire the stock analysts and they in turn find out which would be the ideal stocks purchase for the client. They charge a specific fee for their services. Interviews of the owners, CEO’S, directors etc also are helpful as they normally give the correct synopsis of their company. In today’s world the internet technology has made the things easier for the investors to the research on their fingertips, they can research on trading charts and platforms. Some of these charts are available for free and some have costs attached to it.

It is of very important that you get all relevant and correct information on time so as to grow in the market and make maximum profits. You should be aware of that in the stock trading wrong and unreliable information is very dangerous.

CHAPTER 13

HOW TO READ QUOTES

HOW TO READ SHARE QUOTES IN NEWSPAPERS / INTERNET

Most of the people track their stock trades in the business sections of the newspaper or on the internet. The information provided on the stock table is the most current data available.

The stock table looks something like below

STEP1

Column 1 and 2 are the 52 WEEK High and Low — This is the highest and the lowest price paid for the single stock over the last 52 weeks i.e. one year.

STEP 2

Column 3 is the Companies name and the Type of stock — This column lists the name of the company. If there are no special letters or numbers following the name it is considered to be a common stock, but For example “pf” is return then it means the preferred stock, different symbols imply different types of stocks.

Step 3

Column 4 is the Ticker Symbol (SYM) — This is the unique alphabetic name which identifies the stock issued by the firm. If you are looking for the stocks quotes online you should search for the company by the Ticker Symbol.

STEP 4

Column 5 is the Dividend per Share — This indicated the annual dividend paid for each share, but if the space is blank then the company is not paying any dividends.

STEP5

Column 6 is the Dividend Yield –This is the percentage return on the dividend. Some companies do not pay dividends regularly; the Board of Directors decides how much to pay on quarterly basis calculated on annual dividend of the share divided by the price per share.

STEP 6

Column 7 is the Price/ Earnings Ratio –Mostly commonly known as P/E, this is calculated the current stocks prices by earnings per share from the last 4 quarters. The higher the P/E, the more investors are paying for the company’s potential.

STEP 7

Column 8 is the Trading Volume –The figures shows the total number of shares traded for the day, listed in hundreds. To get the actual number traded add”00″ to the end of the numbers listed or multiply the number in the column by 100

STEP 8

Column 9 and 10 are the Days High and Low — This indicates the maximum and the minimum people have paid for the stock in a day

STEP 9

Column 11 is the Close — The close is the last trading price recorded at the end of the day, i.e. at market close.

STEP 10

Column is 12 is the Net Change — This is the dollar value change in the stock price then the last day’s closing price. If the + (positive) sign indicates rise and a – (negative) sign indicates a drop in the price.

CHAPTER 14

HOW TO BUY SHARES?

We have already discussed this before, but just to refresh it further, in ancient days dealing in trade market was only the privilege of the rich people, but now it is not so a common man is also a part of the trade market.

You can buy shares through any of the following ways

Stock broking through bank, custom stock brokers over the telephone or on line trading through internet.

If you have no idea how to go about investing and really need a lots of help then in that circumstances , you can go for ADVISORY SERVICE , where in the stock broker looks in to you individual account and advises you on buying and selling

But , if you wish to hand over the entire thing to someone else, then in that case you can go for DISCRETIONARY SERVICE, in this there is certain strategy between you and the broker which is agreed upon and the stock broker takes all the decisions of buying and selling on your behalf with your money. This type of service risk factor is more.

You can categorize the brokers in two major types,

Discount brokers – these brokers will collect a certain amount of annual fee form you and will only carry out what has been told to them, over the phone, in person or on the internet.  They would give ZERO advice to you.

Full Service brokers- these brokers give you recommendations and advices on which stocks are good to buy, which will yield profits and which stocks are overvalued. They provided these services with a little higher fees and sometimes even commissions

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CHAPTER 5

STOCKMARKETS

A stock market is a public for trading of the company stock at an agreed price. It is considered the fast way to get the money from an individual and give it to the company that needs it.

The concept of stock trading comes from way back in 1600 , when the East India Company was launched, it needed money from the people for their voyages, without any guarantee of return  .hence they approached the investors to whom they gave shares in return of the cash.

The idea was that the risk would be shared and divided among the investors, no fixed returns would be paid to them but if company progressed and did well then the investors will be benefited. The idea worked and the investors made profits and by the end of 17th century many more were entering the ball game of trade.

In 1801 the LSE (LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE) was formulated, the systems were formulated and there was no looking back after that. LSE also runs AIM (Alternative investment Market) for the young companies as “starter market “

Today, along with Britain, LSE runs the biggest exchange with 1800 + companies, which is called the “main market “.

CHAPTER 6

STOCK EXCHANGES

WHY DO COMPANIES LIST ON THEM?

Stock Exchange is an organization or a corporation which helps in trading of stocks to investors and stock brokers. The main aim of listing the companies on stock exchange could be

Raising Capital for the businesses

Mobilizing Savings for further Investment and

Facilitating Companies Growth

NYSE

The biggest and the most prestigious stock exchange is the NYSE ( NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE) .NYSE came in existence way back in 1972 , when 24 New York stockbrokers and merchants  got together

Sign the Buttonwood Agreement.

NYSE is first exchange of its kind and trades in the open outcry system.  Each stock is traded by a specialist (who is the employee of NYSE) on a specific location on the trading floor. This specialist actually works as auctioneer between buyer and the seller in particular stock. This type of trading makes NYSE different from other exchanges which are totally dependent on electronic devices.

Today with changing times half of NYSE is also trading on electronic devices, and is come out of the Stone Age.

NASDAQ

The NASDAQ (NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of SECURITIES DEALERS AUTOMATED QUOTATION) is the second type of exchange and the largest electronic screen based trading market of United States of America. The exchange does not have central locations of specialist, neither do they floor trading. The entire trading is done through computers and telecommunications.

AMEX

The third largest exchange of America is the AMEX (AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE), which has been taken over by NASD (parent company of NASDAQ) in 1998.

OTHER EXCHANGES

There are many other stock exchanges around the world. Almost all countries have stock exchanges, with Americas stock exchange being undoubtedly be the largest.

List of other exchanges,

LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE

HONG KON GSTOCK EXCHANCE

MUMBAI STOCK EXCHANGE

JOHENSBURG SECURITIES EXCHANGE

And the list can go on…………

CHAPTER 7

WHAT ARE STOCK INDEXES

A stock market index is a method of measuring a section of stock market. Statistical indicator used in measurement and reporting changes in the market value of group of stocks. By measuring the performance of a one company based on the performance of other companies in the same type of business, which will help the investors to make best investment.

Major types of stock indices:-

There stock indices may classified in many ways.

GLOBAL market index includes all types of companies irrespective of where they are domiciled or traded. The 2 best examples of such index are MSCI WORLD and S&P GLOBAL 100.

NATION market index indicates the performance of a stock exchange of a nation and reflects the economy of the country. The examples of such index are the INDIAN SUNSEX and the JAPANESE NIKKEI 225

More specialized indices comprise of tracking the performance of the certain sector of the market, the example is MORGAN STANLEY BOITECH INDEX, it comprises of 36 American companies under biotechnology industry

Other indexes may track the companies from its size, or a certain type of management etc.

Weighting

The index can be also classified under the criteria as to how is it priced

PRICE WEIGHTED INDEX also known as equal dollar weighted index, each component stock contributes only to its price when determine the overall value. The size of the company or the volume in which its trading is not taken into considerations, hence evens a slight up or down in a single company highly influences the index

CAPITALIZED WEIGHTED INDEX also known as market value weighted index, whose components are weighted according to the total market value of their outstanding shares. The impact of the component’s price change is proportional to the issues overall market value.

CHAPTER 8

HOW DO I BUY AND SELL SHARES?

In ancient days buying and selling stocks/shares was the privilege of the rich , who with the help of certain share brokers use to buy and sell shares and among those few , the ones who had the inside information of the companies use to mint most money.

But the today’s internet age, the entire information is available to the common man, making him pretty much the part of this never ending market. As now most of the information is available on the internet, the stock brokers give their services with no frills attached , meaning you tell them which shares you want to buy or sell and they would do exactly the same , no advice given .

There are big stocks brokers like Barclays, Brennan etc who charge for the service their certain amount of commission for each deal, and also few brokers charge you yearly and quarterly fee just to keep your account open and do the dealing on your behalf.

Investors buy shares only for the purpose of income in forms of dividend, and then they should scrutinize properly and buy such shares that yield the most dividends.

Some investors are not interested in income but are more inclined towards capital growth, hence when the share price increases in anticipation that the company will yield more profits in future and which will affect the increase in the dividend payments… hence investors who are interested in capital growth, should invest in share that are expected to yield huge dividends in future.

CHAPTER 9

WHAT TYPE OF TRADER ARE YOU?

Each individual who is the stock market and is intending to make money has to identify himself from the various trader types he falls into and has to utilize that strategy.

The following are the types of traders,

POSITION TRADERS

Most investors fall in this category, as they buy stocks and hold them for months and years expecting to get more profits out of it. Institutional investors, mutual funds and investment banks are interested in such stocks which yield profits in long term. They concentrate more on the financial strength of the company and not in technicalities.

SWING TRADERS.

These are the traders who look for the fast movement in the market. Fast buying and selling , and in this short term of holding shares these types of traders make lots of wins and losses .They have the fast profit making mentality , they have high risk to reward ratio.

DAY TRADERS.

The stock market moves up and down every day and these types of traders make the most and capture the big portion of the move. He does not believe in keeping the stocks for more period of time like position and swing traders. He uses the stock market as source of income and not investment.

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Are you bored with the 9 to 5 job? Want something in your life to change instantly? Want your dreams come true. Your dream of relaxing in a big house and there is a flow of money in the form of dividend cheque. Imagine yourself an owner of a business and watch your company grow.

All of this and much more is now possible by owning penny stocks.

In today’s fast moving world , stocks which was always the ball game of the rich and wealthy people , with the trading technologies expanding itself , the market has opened its doors to each and all who wish to own stock.

If you wish to multiply your money and want build wealth then owning stock is the thing for you .But before you take the plunge in this deep sea of stock market ,its vital and important for you understand about the stocks and how they trade. Most people have heard about stocks from friends or often have overheard a conversation, like “oh Mr. Shah, did wonders on the stock market and now is starting a new firm “or “Mr. Patel lost  …XYZ amount in the stock market. Though being a very popular topic of discussion in most of the places, there is a lot of misconception about it. Everything in life is not free so even this money building financial tool also has risk factors in it.

The only way is to educate our self and protect our self by investing the money at the right place.

CHAPTER 2

WHAT ARE STOCKS AND SHARES?

To run a company or a business, you need funds. This capital can either be generated from within or one has to be borrowed from outside. Borrowing the money can always be a very expensive option , what companies do is give a unit of ownership interest in a corporation or a financial asset, which is called a  SHARE  and the person possessing the share is called  SHARE HOLDER.

It does not mean that if a person is SHAREHOLDER he/she gets to make decisions in the day to day operations of the business. They get the equal share in the profits of the business in the form of dividends.

STOCK signifies the ownership on the company’s assets and earnings. So in totality SHARES and STOCKS in today’s financial market mean the same thing.

Normally a layman would buy certain shares and keep it just to earn dividends, where as few investors who want to deal in the stock trading would buy and sell them. The prices of the shares keep on rising and falling, so you should d be prepared to lose your investment anytime.

There are investors in the stock market who have lost their fortune in it and few have billions.

So what is most important before entering into the big well of stock market is to educate yourself properly and learn in which shares to invest which can give you big returns.

CHAPTER 3

TYPES OF STOCKS

There are generally 2 types of Stocks.

COMMON STOCK: A common stock also known as Voting share or an Ordinary share gives the right to the shareholder to vote on the corporate matters .policy and to elect the Board Members. Mostly the companies issue Common stocks. The dividend paid on these stocks is not fixed and would vary. The return on the Common stocks is much higher than in any other investment, but this return are with cost as common stock involves maximum risks. If the company goes bankrupt or chooses to close down Common stock holders are only paid after the preferred shareholders, bondholders and the creditors are paid. The biggest benefit of a common stock is its can be converted in cash, that is can be liquidities very fast.

PREFERED STOCK : A Preferred stock is also known as known as Preference share or Preferred share, is a  higher ranking stock then the Common stock, and its terms are negotiated between the company and the investor. Preferred stock generally does not carry a voting rights but it does carry priority over the Common stock in payment of dividend and upon liquidation. A Preferred stockholder has option to convert his stock to common stock after predetermined dates, which are called CONVERTIBLE PREFERRED SHARES.

CHAPTER 4

WHAT MOVES STOCK PRICES.

Stock prices are directly related to the company’s earnings, but what exactly makes this prices move? There are no hard and fast rules to this. The news report of a specific company would make the investors have more stocks of it or the negative news can make the investors move out of those companies’ holdings by selling them.

The other reason for the market to sway is countries attempt to correct the inflation.  Generally changes the stock prices are affected if the If the country usually higher or lowers the interest rates

According to analyst, amateur investors also can be a reason to move the stock market up and down. Amateur investors out of inexperience normally make decisions on press releases or rumors

The day traders are also considered the major contributor for the ups and downs of the stocks, as they generally deal in huge numbers of stock which affect the stock.

If the companies are able to show that they have met or exceeded their profit margin , the stocks of the company will automatically go up, but if vice a versa .. If company falls short in meeting the profit margin the immediate reaction of the investors would be to sell the stock holdings of that company.

So to conclude, there is no exact reason for the stock prices to move up or down

Success in investing comes not with how and a dash of luck, but with analytical and cool mind.

MARKET TREND: BEAR OR BULL!!!!

Where these names do came from?  Remember bears are sluggish and bulls are forceful. The bull flairs its thorns up when tries to attack its prey and the bear swipes downs, this is metaphorically depicted in the stock market. When the market has trend is upwards it’s said to be a Bull market and Bear market when the trend hits the downward graph.

BULL MARKET

A bull market trend is associated with increasing confidence of the investors, and anticipation of the future rise in the prices which would motivate the investors to buy the stocks. India’s Mumbai Stock Exchange Index, SUNSEX, was in the Bull Run for almost five years from 2003 to 2008.

BEAR MARKET

A Bear market is a steady drop in the stock market over a period of time. It is accompanied by pessimistic approach taken by the investors anticipating future downfall in the prices and hence starts selling the shares. No specific definition is available for the Bear market. But one generally accepted measure is a price decline of 15 % over a two month period of time.

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