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Top Penny Stocks To Buy For 2018

On Thursday, Wall Street will celebrate the eighth anniversary of the most recent, and perhaps the most hated, cyclical bull market. It has been hated because there are those who believe the gains were fueled by the Federal Reserves quantitative-easing programand therefore artificial.

Yet, the bull has charged on, making the faithful a pretty penny.

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Top 10 Penny Stocks To Invest In Right Now

With legal marijuana sales in North America expected to climb from $6.7 billion in 2016 to over $20 billion by 2020, the prices of some marijuana penny stocks will skyrocket right along with the 198% increase in sales.

Marijuana penny stocks are still speculative investments, and only some will see their share prices jump thanks to the industry’s growth. But we want to make sure....More>>>

Top 10 Penny Stocks To Invest In Right Now

Penny for your thoughts on whether putting your retirement savings into bitcoin, the hot but crazy-volatile cryptocurrency, is worth risking a nest egg.

Some people are more than convinced. BitcoinIRA launched last year and Chief Operating Officer Chris Kline tells CNBC the company is doing roughly $1 million dollars in cash inflows a day. It began offering another cybercurrency, Ethereum,....More>>>

Top 10 Penny Stocks To Watch For 2018

Hot penny stockscan bring investors double-digit returns in a short amount of time. For instance, AVEO Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: AVEO) surged 332%, from $0.73 to $3.15, from June 22 to July 10. That means any investor who bought in on June 22 more than quadrupled their initial investment in less than three weeks.

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Hot Penny Stocks To Invest In 2018

With the markets trading near historic levels at the start of 2017, investors are looking for the best investments when the market is high.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was just 13 points shy of 20,000 last week and climbed more than 13% overall in 2016. These gains have been largely fueled by the “Trump effect,” a positive economic outlook, and the December rate hike....More>>>