A penny stock is a share that trades for $10 or less. While some investors consider penny stocks as trading for amateurs, Wall Street analysts and other experts follow these low-price stocks. Many penny stocks are from new companies with a micro market cap of under $300 million. You can search here for analysts’ top-rated penny stocks. Find out more about Penny Stocks
See the most recent earnings results of penny stocks, including actual EPS vs. forecast, and year over year change.
What are the top 10 penny stocks right now?
See the list of penny stocks in the table above filter them by your preferences.
What are penny stocks?
Penny stocks are stocks of small scale companies trading for less than $5 per share. While some penny stocks may trade on larger exchanges, typically penny stocks trade through over-the-counter (OTC) transactions.
Are penny stocks risky?
All investments present varying levels of risk. However, penny stocks tend to have a higher degree of risk as they represent growing companies that may have higher debt-loads, limited cash and more challenges accessing resources.
Where can i see a list of Value stocks, which are the opposite of penny stocks?
You can see a comparison of the top value stocks in our comparison tool here.