Let’s face it, not every triple zero stock strikes it big for its shareholders. Some fall to the triple zero’s and find a home there before eventually becoming dormant or reverse splitting. Other triple zero stocks can mount furious rallies, some that take the stock 1,000’s of % higher.
Take, for instance, AWYI one of my triple zero alerts from last year. I alerted the stock with no bid and a price of $.0001 and it went on to surge some 2,300% higher from there. No one was buying that stock up until I alerted it. No one saw the potential I saw in it otherwise it would have been trading at a much higher price.
It takes a skill, knowledge and research to find the next triple stock that is ready to post a significant rally. While I have many triple zero stocks that I think have the potential to rally this year including PRMO, PRPM, MTIZ, STAU, I think TSNP right now, has the best chance at posting significant gains in the short term.
For one this stock has fallen from $.0028 and has yet to bounce. $.0028, the stocks most recent high is 1,400% from today’s close, and could easily be hit if the pressure begins to build with this stock. In this market once the money starts coming into a stock it can move with reckless abandon.
TSNP is current at Pink Sheets and continues to maintain great transparency with its shareholders. The company has filed all its quarterly reports at Pink Sheets.
TSNP just released it share structure to Pink Sheets on January 27th. It is a modest share structure and one that has not changed much the last few months. That means the company is not diluting, which is great news for shareholders.
This is the current share structure:
|Shares Outstanding||1,844,678,199||a/o Jan 27, 2011|
|Float||1,383,510,270||a/o Jan 27, 2011|
|Authorized Shares||5,000,000,000||a/o Dec 31, 2010|
You have to like the fact that the company is maintaining its obligations to its shareholders.
Finally the news flow continues for this stock. There is a lot going on for TSNP and the company has taken the time to update its shareholders with pertinent company activities. Today’s press release is pasted below.
With TSNP the low float is a great quality about this stock. You want to be owning a large piece of the pie when buying into any company. TSNP’s low float allows the chance to get a nice piece.
Recent company updates show that management has this company headed in the right direction. I think at some point the share price will follow. At $.0002 a share, TSNP is, in my view, a great investment opportunity. Sure these triple zero stocks can be risky, but they can also pay off handsomely down the road if you play them right.
Make Money on Hot Penny Stocks Without Becoming a Bagholder
Shares in publicly traded companies that have a price of less than one dollar are considered penny stocks. Shares priced slightly higher, up to $5, are sometimes lumped in this category, and often trade in a similar manner to their lower priced counterparts.
Since fewer investors are interested in lower priced stocks for long term investment, they often trade with less volume than larger companies that are followed by analysts and are listed on major exchanges.
How Penny Stocks Trade
These stocks are likely to trade in a narrow range for large periods of time. Penny stocks almost never provide a dividend, so funds invested in them can be considered “dead money.”
Occasionally, if these stocks attract interest, they will “pop” that is, the price will jump by a large amount, at least large in comparison to the price. A 10 cent move in a one dollar stock may not seem like much, but it is 10%, which is comparable to a $10 move in a $100 stock.
Avoid Being a Bagholder
It is not rare for a penny stock to double or triple in a short amount of time. The difficulty for a new investor to the stock is to know when a move is over. Penny stocks often double and then quickly return to their former price, or lower. Knowing when and
how to sell a penny stock
is important to maintain profits.
People who buy in late will see the stock drop, rather than continue to rise. These investors will be called bagholders by others. They are “left holding only the bag” while the fast money walks away with the profits.
What Creates a Hot Penny Stock?
Since they have a low price and relatively low daily trading volume, many things can drive changes in penny stock prices:
- News – Any type of news can result in a change in price. If a company issues a new product, or a competitor enters the market. Quarterly financial statements: or other press releases can result in attention. News from the FDA on biotech companies can move a stock significantly.
- Rumors – Since volume is generally low, a well-placed rumor can move the stock price. Especially is the rumor is from a normally credible source. Penny stocks are subject to manipulation. Illegal manipulation is subject to punishment by SEC, but enforcement is difficult and may take years. The movie “Boiler Room” shows a fictional example of illegal manipulation.
When to Sell a Hot Penny Stock?
There is no sure-fire method of identifying when a stock has hit a peak, but these are warning signs:
- Sell the news: Penny stocks that have run up in anticipation of a news event do often drop after the news becomes official.
- A spike in volume: Volume is heaviest during the run up, as traders buy and sell to take advantage of each small move with large trades. As volume declines, the price will fall slowly, but surely over several days. There may be brief moves up, as traders test for any opportunity.
- Newbies rush in: Watch message boards for signs that inexperienced traders have bought because of the price increase, who have no idea of company behind the stock. These novices are usually the last in, and become the bagholders.
Avoid Big Losses when Buying Penny Stocks
Hot penny stocks can become cold very quickly, and investors that are not nimble can be stuck with a stock that is dropping in price and does not have a reason to resume an upward move. Knowing when to sell a penny stock is just as important as knowing when to buy.
Example of Limit Orders on Thinly Traded and Penny Stocks
Buying stocks with market orders is quick and easy. The trader only needs to choose what stock and how much to buy, and places the order. The broker will make the trade at whatever the asking price is, buying as much of the stock as is requested.
This strategy is possibly acceptable when purchasing a stock that trades with high volume, such as one of the
Dow 30 Index stocks
. These trade millions of shares each day, and the individual investor will likely find that there are plenty of shares are available at the market price he intended to pay.
Using Limit Orders to Buy Stocks
As opposed to market orders, limit orders place a cap on the price that an investor will pay for a stock. If the investor wishes to buy 100 shares of XYZ stock, he places a limit order of $10, and the broker will not pay more than $10 for each share of XYZ. If shares are available for less than $10, the broker will execute the order at that price.
Therefore, it is possible that the investor in this case will end up with, for example, 50 shares at $9.90 and $50 at $10, but an average price of $9.95. The broker will not buy shares at a price greater than the limit price of $10.
Setting a Limit Price Below the Market Price
Because stock prices are volatile, that is, they fluctuate rapidly; limit orders are commonly used to attempt to get a lower price than the current price by creating a limit order at a price below the market price.
For example, if the market price is $20, a savvy trader may put a limit order in at $19, hoping that the price will drop to his limit price, saving a dollar per share. The risk is that the price will not drop to $19, and may increase, so that to purchase the shares he will have to pay more than $20.
Setting a Limit Price Above the Market Price for Penny Stocks
An alternate strategy for penny stocks or stocks that do not trade much each day is to set a limit price higher than the current market price, especially if buying a large number of shares.
Penny stocks are low priced stocks, not necessarily worth a penny, but usually less than a dollar, and not more than $5. Because of the low price, traders can buy large blocks of shares, often more than are available at the market price.
In this example, the trader wants to buy 10,000 shares of ABC Company, and the current market price is $2 per share. Despite the low price, the stock trades infrequently, so there is no guarantee how many shares others are willing to sell at $2.
If he puts in a market order, he may find that he has purchased 1,000 shares at $2, another 1,000 at $2.10, and there are no more sellers until the price reaches $2.50. His broker will continue to raise the bid until all 10,000 are purchased. The average price for the 10,000 shares may end up being $2.40.
A smart trader will post a limit price of $2.10. This way he can be assured of paying no more than $2.10 for any of his shares. He may not get all the shares he wants at once, but he eliminates the possibility of cleaning out all the buyers and paying a much higher price. It is more likely that given time, some other sellers may step in and lower the selling price to the $2.10 level.
Using limit orders can prevent over paying for a stock, and smart traders will use all the options at their disposal in order to make the most money on a trade.
this shell stock is active and trading at $.001. I think at some point it will be the target of a reverse merger. There is no other reason to keep this stock active unless there were some future plans for the shell. I think this stock will explode if merger news hits the wires. People wonder how you find the next big stock before it becomes big. EFTI, in my opinion, will be one of those stocks at some point. They will wonder how the Guru knew, and I will tell them that I do not give away my secrets.
TLAN this stock looks ready to post a big move. While everyone seems content on buying diluting stocks with absolutely nothing going for them, when they inevitably drop like a rock they wonder why they are losing money. They follow the paid promo sites or some pump and dump artists. They neglect the quality stocks, the ones that aren’t hell bent on dumping stock. A stock like TLAN is hard to come by these days. They aren’t dumping shares in fact they have recently reduced their float by over 11 million. They reduced their float by 11.5 million shares but didn’t press release this news as they are different the the rest of the peers. You have to admire that. When this stock is trading over $.01 people will be wishing they were listening to the Guru. I have always been on the forefront of big runs. I find the stocks before they run and TLAN will be no different. So you can continue to buy those diluting stocks. The money pits, or you can get into a high quality stock that isn’t dumping stock. A company that is on the verge of profitability and continues to grow. The choice is yours.
CTCC the company should start updating the investment communtiy soon. This should help propel the stock much higher than today’s $.017 close. Frankly this stock is quite the bargain at these levels. This was a $.046 stock when active, and it is about to become a lot more active very soon.
QASP I think we could see a nice rally out of this one short term. I am calling for $.0032 or a double from today’s close. If we hit that then $.005 would be in the crosshairs. 25% of something is better than 0% of something and that 25% might be worth quite a bit more than people think.
We all know how this market works, or most of us do, and sometimes you just have to laugh when you read some of these press releases. Today’s CCAA release ranks right up there with one of the fluffiest I have seen in quite some time.
To say there is a $1 TRILLION dollar demand for anything is quite a statement. To put what CCAA is stating into perspective, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, one of the biggest resorts on the sea has revenue of $8 billion. Carnival Cruise Lines has revenue of $14 billion. These are immensely popular vacation choices yet one would be hard pressed to characterize the demand for these to be anywhere close to what CCAA, a penny stock is claiming their underwater resort has. Carnival Cruise Lines and Roayal Cairbbean Cruise lines actually move through the water and head to different destinations. People get out at destinations and snorkel to see fish and underwater sites. Whose going to pay all this money to go no where?
It looks like a regular Cruise ship to me, except it doesn’t go anywhere. So there are windows on this resort ship at its lowest floors, usually reserved for the service staff on a normal cruise ship. Those are the bowels of the resort. When people go on vacation they want to be in the warm sun, not the cold water. But hey maybe I’m wrong, looking at fish for a week or two could be pretty exciting. Maybe there is $1 TRILLION in demand for an underwater resort. Could it be that this endeavor is being penciled into the next stimulus package? The first underwater luxury resort could be donned the QE3. Its construction will create thousands of jobs and our very own Ben Bernacke will christen it the day it slides into the ocean. And it would be so fitting because like QE1 and QE2, QE3 isn’t likely to do much of anything except line the pockets of those at the top.
It’s fun to dream, especially when you supposedly have $1 trillion in demand.
I say why stop there! Make the thing fly too. Heck outfit it with some rockets and send it to the moon, mars, and the entire solar system. Now that would be something. And if they were able to do that I would be hard pressed to argue with them stating they have $1 trillion in demand for this resort.
CalaSignsAgreementwiththe Most Prestigious Yard in the Industryto Construct the FirstWaterfront Undersea Resort Business Wire “Press Releases – English”
Various Uses Include an Ultra-Luxurious Resort , Spa, Casino, ConventionCenter, Shopping Center, Concert and Exhibit Hall, Office Tower and an Undersea Natural Aquarium
NEW YORK –(BUSINESS WIRE)– Cala Corp (OTC Pink:CCAA) announced today that it will expand its Undersea Resort in response to the$1 Trillionglobal market demands. The Undersea Resort (www.undersearesort.com) has signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement with the most prestigious yard in the industry STX Europe (www.stxeurope.com), for future waterfront construction of the following various possible uses:
Lavishly-appointed Suites – 330, ranging from 1,100 to 12,000 square feet each.
Spa and Ageless Treatment Clinic – 500,000 square feet
Convention Center and Executive Meeting space – 1,200,000 square feet
CasinoResort, Family Gaming Arcade and Water Park – 1.000,000 square feet
Class A Exhibit and Concert Hall space – 13,000 seats
Professional Sport Stadium – 20,000 seats
Undersea Natural Aquarium – 5,000,000 square feet
Class A Tower Office – 1,000,000 square feet
University or Hospital Campus – From 500,000 to 1,200,000 square feet
The global market demandis endless because thewaterfrontundeveloped propertiesrepresentalmost75% of the earth’straditional real estate. The product line is especially attractive to industry because the Undersea Resort has the added benefit of being environmentally safe, with almost zero emission. The actual development cost per location is from $500M to $1.5 billion . Each development location will be funded directly by the actual owner of the project. The owners are classified as the largest pension system funds or REIT.
The companyis filing its 10Kfor 2009. In addition, the 10Qs and the 10K for 2010 will be filed as soon as possible. The Undersea Resort takes this opportunity to express our deep appreciation of, and thanks to, Mssrs. Arnaud Le Joncour,Eric Chapuis, Xavier Laurent and Jean-Marc Auriault.
About Us: A Master development company for waterfront, onshore and offshore properties. Focus in leisure lifestyle. Resort with suites below and above sea. Ageless Spas. Natural Aquariums. Convention and Shopping Centers . Floating parking garages. Casinos. Concert and Exhibit Halls. Office Tower , Spas and Professional Sport Stadium .
Cala Corp Joseph Cal, 011-39-380-77-56-200 email@example.com via skype – joseph_cala
Source: Cala Corp