Have you ever been warned by a friend or relative to stay away from the stock market?
Or has a broker warned you that “those penny shares are incredibly dangerous”?
Have you been told to rather invest in an ETF or a unit trust because it's “much safer”?
Well, don’t listen to any of that hogwash!
The small cap sector is often overlooked by investors. Small-cap shares are co... ››› more
Small cap shares have a reputation for being tough to predict. They can easily move 5%, 10% or even 20% on a single day.
That means big fund managers and brokers don't like them. It makes them nervous, as they're looking for steady, predictable gains for their clients.
But not investing in small cap shares is probably the biggest mistake an investor could make…
The biggest mistake you co... ››› more
Penny shares can get your blood racing. Where else could you turn cents into a huge windfall? But while there are lots of great opportunities, it isn't easy. Let's take a closer look at what penny shares are and where you can find them…
If you want to make money out of penny shares, there’s a lot of work involved, the research team at Red Hot Penny Shares explains...
But before you can ev... ››› more
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