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Profitable investment strategy: How to start investing in recovery penny shares

by , 13 April 2015

Penny shares tend to be young, small, fast growing companies. But not all penny shares fall into this category.

Some penny shares were successful companies, but hit hard times and are now trading in penny share territory.

So are these shares worth a look at? And if so, what should you look for?

Read on to find out…

What are recovery shares?

Recovery shares that are now penny shares were once high flyers in their sectors. They’ve hit some type of hardship and their share price paid the price.

But just because these shares have hit hard times, it doesn’t mean you should ignore them. In fact, you could make a lot of money investing in recovery shares.

How to start investing

If the issues that caused the share price to plummet are now resolved, it’s worth investigating these penny shares further.

You could get in before the share price starts to show any sustained recovery. But you need to bear in mind that investing in shares like this is risky. But with this risk comes the chance of high rewards.

A good way to check that things are looking better is to first examine the company’s share price chart. You want to see the share price bottoming out after its hefty fall. Then you want to see a new upward move intact.

What to concentrate on with these penny shares

One vital aspect to look at is sales.

Sales are vital as they represent customers. And customers are essential to the success of a business. If a company can’t sell its product or services, it doesn’t have a future.

A company can cut costs much easier than drum up new sales.

So there you have it. How to start investing in recovery penny shares.

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