NASDAQ Penny Stocks
NASDAQ Penny Stocks is a list of penny stocks trading on NASDAQ with a volume of over 100,000 and sorted by percentage gains of the day. For traders who like low price tech stocks, you may find this NASDAQ penny stocks list useful.
NASDAQ Stocks Under $1
One can easily find NASDAQ stocks under $1 with our penny stock scanner below. Data is updated after the market closes.
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Why Trading NASDAQ Penny Stocks?
By definition, all stocks that are trading under $5 are considered a penny stock. Other than the OTCBB exchange, NASDAQ has the most penny stocks available that you can trade with.
Penny stocks are risky in nature, but NASDAQ penny stocks are safer and less volatile than the sub penny stocks that are trading on the OTCBB. Penny stocks trading on the NASDAQ are required to report timely information about their company such as earnings, whereas OTC penny stocks don't.
How To Trade NASDAQ Penny Stocks?
The main reason why a company is trading as a penny stock is that the company is not doing well. If you are looking for companies with strong fundamentals, then you may be in the wrong place. However, if you are looking for bargains, NASDAQ penny stocks may be the way to go.
Keep in mind, most penny stocks don't go anywhere in the long run. Their stock price fluctuates between $0 to $5. Some eventually get delisted from the NASDAQ and move to the OTCBB market, and many others go bankrupt. Therefore, it is not recommended to buy and hold a penny stock in the long term.
With that being said, there is still money to be made to swing trade penny stocks on the NASDAQ. Swing trading is a type of strategy where one buys and sells stock in the short term and tries to realize a profit with the price fluctuations that come with the market.
There are ways to make a profit by trading using technical analysis and stock chart patterns. If you are interested in learning how to trade penny stocks, start with the following articles.
Penny Stock Trading For Beginners
How to Find Hot Penny Stocks
Penny stocks trading is risky and will take time and effort to learn just like any other skill. Beginners should be prepared to spend at least a couple of months learning how the market works before they start trading and only trade with the money that they afford to lose.