List of promoters and there websites:


GROUP 1: “AWESOME PENNY STOCKS”

AwesomePennyStocks.com
Mybeststockalerts.com
SecretPennyStocks.com
PennyStockAdvice.com
PennyStockGains.com
PennyStocksExpert.com
PennyStocksUniverse.com

A Background to the Market and Market Makers

A Market Maker runs a 'shop' and you buy shares from him or sell them back to him.

The Market Makers act as retailers of shares and display their prices during working hours. The prices may vary (sometimes considerably) during the day, depending on a number of influences. For example, if holders of very large amounts of a share decide to sell (or a combination of a lot of holders of small amounts), then the Market Makers will reduce the price that they are prepared to pay for the share. The converse is true also; if there is a consistent and large enough demand for a share, then the Market Makers will increase the price. Market Makers make money from buying shares at a lower price to which they sell them. This is the bid/offer spread. The more actively a share is traded the more money a Market Maker makes.

Its Going To Da MOOOON!

Whenever you hear that phrase, "We're all in this together," be very, very cautious. That is what scammers will say to convince you to do stupid things with your money (like buying pumped stocks) and what both hucksters and even non-fraudulent trading gurus will say to try to get their hands on your money.

Dark Side of the Trade

The information you are about to read is from my many failed trades with a small trading account.
We all study charting and the art of entering a trade. Watching for the indicators: volume, momentum, support and resistance, higher highs, higher lows, previous long term resistance, which I call the historical's, upward trend and downward trend, promotions, promoters, market makers (mm), and dilution.
I want to quickly go over those before I talk about what I call the dark side of the trade.
Volume, is being sure that there are enough trades going through to allow liquidity and easy access into and out of the trade. It is tied to momentum and dilution in many trades.

Etrade Pro Aggressive Scanner Settings

Under Strategy Filters Tab:

Min Price: .0009

Max Price: 0.1

Min. Volume Today: 500000 Shares


Under Strategy Alerts Tab:

Definitions For The Fifth Letter Of Stock Symbols

Have you ever wondered what that fifth letter at the end of the stock symbol is? It signifies that the issuer may have additional circumstances involved with the stock. Most recognizable is the infamous "E".

Complete "Letter" list enclosed below. You may want to print it out for your own reference.

The Eligibility Rule protects investors by ensuring that they have access to companies current financial information when considering investments in OTCBB-eligible securities.

Some free advice regarding penny stocks and listening to "pickers":

In general, these people are not professional traders, and if they tell you this is what they do for a living, it is because they are unemployed! It is much easier to go out and get a $50k job, then to try to make $10k in profits trading stocks.

Penny stocks are dangerous. You really need to be careful, as you can lose a ton of money fast. Here are some things to think about:

1. Penny stocks are speculative - This means their operations are most likely not going to turn a profit. On the big exchanges, stocks will go up based on their financial results. The financial results of almost all penny stocks are not going to be good, which will only drive the stock down. This is why it is dangerous to hold a penny stock, because their results are not going to move the stock.

Some free advice regarding penny stocks and listening to "pickers":

In general, these people are not professional traders, and if they tell you this is what they do for a living, it is because they are unemployed! It is much easier to go out and get a $50k job, then to try to make $10k in profits trading stocks.

Penny stocks are dangerous. You really need to be careful, as you can lose a ton of money fast. Here are some things to think about:

1. Penny stocks are speculative - This means their operations are most likely not going to turn a profit. On the big exchanges, stocks will go up based on their financial results. The financial results of almost all penny stocks are not going to be good, which will only drive the stock down. This is why it is dangerous to hold a penny stock, because their results are not going to move the stock.

In a reverse merger, a private company merges with a publicly listed company, which has no assets or liabilities and is in good standing with its required filings to the SEC. The publicly traded corporation is called a “Blank Check” since all that exists of the original company are its corporate shell structure and shareholder base. By merging into such an entity, a private company becomes public and/or a subsidiary of the public company.