Penny Stock Investing
Welcome to our “Penny Stock Investing” section for newcomers to the Micro-Cap and Penny Stock world. This page will provide articles written by professional Penny Stock investors to educate new potential investors on the tools of the trade for successful investing with Micro-Cap companies. These articles will be published periodically to help our readers find real investment possibilities among all the penny stocks out in the open market.
- Rocky Mountain High Brands (RMHB) Appoints International Vice President to Direct 2017 Asian Market Sales Initiative
DALLAS, TEXAS – (Uptick Newswire – December 27, 2016) – Rocky Mountain High Brands, Inc. (OTCQB:RMHB), a fully reporting consumer goods company, has announced the appointment of Mrs. Lily Li as it’s new Vice President of International Sales effective December 20th.
The appointment is part of a binding agreement between LSW Holdings LLC, Jerry Grisaffi and Rocky Mountain High Brands Inc. that will be completed on or before February 15, 2017. Terms of this binding agreement include the purchase of all the Series A Preferred Stock currently owned by company founder, Jerry Grisaffi. The agreement will assign the controlling block of Mr. Grisaffi’s shares to LSW Holdings LLC, which plans to infuse a significant amount of investment capital into the company funding future expansion plans. The assignment of the shares will occur on or before February 15, 2017.
Mrs. Li, President of Rocky Mountain High Brands China, represents LSW Holdings LLC, a Chinese investment group that will expand their worldwide holdings in the beverage industry and bring U.S. products to China and other Far East countries. The Chinese group under the leadership of Mrs. Li has established Rocky Mountain High Brands China as the overseas product importer.
Ms. Li stated, “We have been moving forward with the planned distribution and importing of Rocky Mountain High Brands which has already received approval from the Chinese government on labeling for Rocky Mountain High and Eagle Spirit beverage products. Rocky Mountain High Brands Inc. will produce, export and market these products into our overseas distribution channels already established by our Chinese partners.”
Michael Welch, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rocky Mountain High Brands, said, “It takes time to develop a brand identity and distribution network so sales will reach a critical point where the product is perceived and accepted as a household brand in consumers’ minds. LSW Holdings LLC’s investment into Rocky Mountain High Brands has already been partially funded. The future funds will fund U.S. sales strategy in terms of advertising, distribution and promotion. This funding will open direct international routes of distribution in the Far East that will write the next chapter in our Company’s future development.”
About Rocky Mountain High Brands:
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH BRANDS, INC., is a consumer goods company specializing in brand development of health conscious, hemp-infused food and beverage products. The Company currently markets a lineup of four naturally flavored hemp-infused beverages (Citrus Energy, Black Tea, Mango Energy and Lemonade) and a low-calorie Coconut Lime Energy drink. Rocky Mountain High Brands also offers hemp-infused 2oz. Mango Energy Shots and Mixed Berry Energy Shots, as well as a new Relaxation Brownie. The Company recently launched a naturally high alkaline spring water, Eagle Spirit Spring Water.
For interested investors, our stock symbol is RMHB.
For ordering information please visit: LiveRockyMountainHigh.com
For corporate information please visit: RockyMountainHighBrands.com
For information on our high alkaline water visit: EagleSpiritWater.com
For Rocky Mountain High Distribution Contact:
Chuck Smith (972) 955-0964
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Safe Harbor Act: This release includes forward-looking statements made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 that involves risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the impact of competitive products, the ability to meet customer demand, the ability to manage growth, acquisitions of technology, equipment, or human resources, the effect of economic business conditions and the ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The Company is not obligated to revise or update any forward-looking statements in order to reflect events or circumstances that may arise after the date of this release.
Jerry Grisaffi, Founder
The Eversull Group, Inc.
Jack Eversull, President
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- Ev’s Corner: Form 8-K and Why It Matters
Phoenix, Arizona. [Uptick Newswire August 9, 2016] – When you are a publicly traded company and something other than the norm happens, you need to file a Form 8-K.
What is an 8-K?
An 8-K is an official document that notes any changes within a company, such as a management change, a financial arrangement, a new product, and/or a debt and stock restructure. Whatever the change is, you, the company, have four days from the day of the event to file an 8-K with the SEC.
So, why does it matter?
Form 8-K provides accurate and up-to-date information so that investors, shareholders, and stakeholders are always informed on a company’s activities. Late or no-filings not only keep investors in the dark, but also reflect the company’s operation as a whole.
If you truly want to make money with penny stocks, it’s important to set aside time to sift through 8-K’s. Sometimes you’ll find good information and sometimes you’ll find bad information, but information is exactly what you need to make a sound decision.
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- Finding Gold in Penny Stocks by Short Selling
Phoenix, Arizona. [Uptick Newswire August 2, 2016] – There’s more to investing than buying low and selling high. In fact, you can do the opposite. Rather than waiting for a stock to increase, you can also wait for it to decrease.
As an investor, research is everything. Whether it’s regarding management or revenues, company information can push a stock up or hold a stock down. Rather than spending relentless hours digging for information on several different stocks, the first thing you should do is sign up for as many top free penny newsletters as you can and let the information come to you.
After you familiarize yourself with several companies, the next step is to keep on eye on the prices of those stocks. When you see a stock go up 40-100%, and you just don’t think it will stay at that high price because you know from the newsletters that the company doesn’t generate revenues, that’s when you want to come in and short sell.
What is short selling? It’s when a broker lends you shares to sell to the open market with a promise that you will buy them back within a certain amount of time. You’re basically looking at a stock that you think is way over-priced and you sell that stock into the market with the intention of, hopefully, buying it back at a cheaper price, and then you make the difference in profit.
For example, let’s say ABC stock just rocketed up from 1 dollar to 15 dollars. That price is most likely over-valued so you ask a broker to lend you 100 shares of that stock. You sell that to the market at 15 dollars and now you have $1500 in your account. But remember, you still owe the broker 100 shares, so you still have to keep an eye on that stock.
A month later, the price of the stock drops down to 5 dollars. Using the $1500 in your account, you purchase 100 shares of the stock at the now-low price for a total of $500 dollars. You give the broker back their 100 shares, and guess what? You keep the remainder $1000 dollars in profit.
Short selling is just one of many different approaches you can learn to achieve success in the penny stock market, and like anything else in the world, it involves time and commitment.
Here’s a bonus Ev-Tip: set a goal for yourself. Go into a short sell with an exact percentage you want to hit. Once you hit that percentage, cash out because not only did you hit your goal, but you also made a profit. It’s a win-win.
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- How to Invest in Penny Stocks
Many people ask me; Ev, I need to know how to invest in penny stocks. The short answer is, do as much research as possible. Doing a complete technical analysis of the stock company is the most important step when investing. When investing it is vital you make sure you are putting your money into the best possible penny stocks with the most potential for growth.
First you need to ask yourself if this particular stock is riding a 36-week high because of smart business practices or is it because it has recently been picked up by several newsletters and a team of traveling salesmen.
Don’t trust what the company management has to say! Don’t be content with letting company management do your research for you. The majority of small-cap stocks are scams created by insiders to reap profits by preying on naive investors. These are not reputable enterprises with growth potential and solid business practices.
The next step in learning how to invest in penny stocks is to choose a trading strategy. Without an overall strategy for trading, your investment in penny stocks will not be optimized for success. Think about how you will use buys and sells to gradually accumulate capital. The two main strategies are; “Sell-Quickly” and “Buy-and-Hold”.
- With the “Sell-Quickly” strategy don’t get greedy and look for a 1,000% return on investment (ROI). If you can make a 20-30% profit, consider selling before the stock takes a tumble.
- The “Buy-and-Hold” strategy is where you can take a cheap stock and keep it until such a time as it experiences a significant increase in price. While holding on to most stocks is a winning bet, holding on to penny stocks may be a losing proposition.
It is always a good idea to opt for high-volume stocks, especially in the beginning. Stocks that trade at least $10,000 in stock trading value or 100,000 shares per day are the only penny stocks liquid enough to be safe to trade. If you do find yourself the not-so-proud owner of a low-volume stock, you might find it very difficult to unload your stock when you want to or when life forces your hand. I recommend sticking with stocks priced at 50 cents or more per share. Stocks that are lower than 50 cents a share and that trade less than $10,000 in stock trading value or 100,000 shares per day are not recommended.
Look for stocks that experience an earnings breakout. Stocks that are riding 52-week highs due to product launches or a surge in market share are fair game if they trade more than 250,000 shares a day. The trick here is interpreting why the stock has experienced a breakout. If you suspect a pump-and-dump, steer clear! Look instead for earnings breakouts with actual market conditions to back them up.
When learning how to invest in penny stocks always remember to never trade based on emotions! Never fall in-love with a stock. You don’t want to get so attached to a stock that you fail to think rationally about its possible benefits or detriments. Stock trading is about recording profits. If you are not accomplishing this goal, it’s okay to step away from the trading table.Read more »