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Avoiding Investment Fraud

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The following lines aim to provide a guide for reducing the chances of being scammed, while making your investment decision. In order to invest prudently and avoid investment scams, research each investment opportunity and ask questions. The following steps, recommended by the SEC, should be followed: Make sure that the company is registered wit the SEC. It is advisable that you are acquainted with the company's business and its products or services. Read thoroughly the most recent reports the company... more

Exposing Newsletters

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It is impossible for the SEC to prohibit newsletters from recommending particular stocks. However, if  newsletters have received payment to advertise a stock, the law require them to disclose specifically who paid them, the mount, and the type of  payment. Here is an example of a proper newsletter disclosure about a paid stock promotion and how you can find it. To make it easier, use your browser search tool (Ctrl+F) to search for the word “compensate” in the newsletter text.... more

Penny Stock Fraud

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Based on the fact that information about penny stock companies is often obscure or even unavailable, penny stocks provide for a plethora of investment fraud. Therefore, investors must always be alert  when venturing deep into the penny stock mine field. Following is a list of the most common types of penny stock scams:Fraud Methods: E-mail Spam. A common practice for a penny stock fraudster is to send deceitful information about a penny stock company in the form of spam or junk e-mail to myriad... more

Penny Stocks Overview

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According to the SEC definition, penny stocks are “low-priced (below $5), speculative securities of very small companies.” Since they are more often than not issued by small companies, they are also called microcap stocks. These types of stocks are generally dangerous to invest in due to their lack of liquidity, large bid-ask spreads, small capitalization and limited disclosure. Characteristics: Lack of Public Information. Very often information about microcap companies, issuing penny... more
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