Some frequently asked questions (FAQ"s) about Microcap Millionaires Penny Stock Newsletter:
Do you do the trading for your subscribers?
No. I publish my target buy (entry) and sell (exit) suggestions in my alerts and updates that are sent to paid subscribers. The decision as to whether or not
to buy or sell a stock is always made by individuals, not by any representative
of this service.
How can I trade the stocks you mention?
You need an active online brokerage account. I list my recommended brokers in the members only area.
I'm from outside the United States. Can I still trade stocks that you cover in your newsletter?
In most cases, yes. I have brokers listed in the members only area that will accomodate people from most developed countries around the world. The time difference can be tricky, but once you get accustomed to the hours that the U.S. stock market is open you may start to enjoy taking the time to make use of the newsletter.
How much money should I start with to trade?
As I mention in the video, you can start with as little as $100. An ideal
amount is $500 to $2000. This way you can divide up your capital into a few different stocks. Please note that penny stocks are risky. If you trade them, only use money you can afford to lose, not bill money, etc.
Are you a registered investment adviser or a broker?
I am not a registered investment adviser and all of my published content should be construed as entertainment value only. Nor am I a broker of any type.
Can I see a track record of your stock picks?
Yes, I have a that included in the penny stock presentation video, near the end
of the video.
Do you get paid to promote stocks?
No. I do not accept compensation to promote stocks. 99.99% of other penny stock newsletters promote stocks, or have done so in the past. I never have promoted a stock! This is a clear distinction about my service that you need to
pay close attention to. I've seen too many people lose thousands because they trusted a stock picker who they didn't realize was a promoter.
I just lost my job. Should I try trading penny stocks?
In my opinion---No. Penny stock trading is not a replacement income after losing a job. Big gains can be attained, but they can be sporadic. There is also a risk of losing your initial capital.
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