I am not a registered investment advisor with the SEC. Nothing in this video, should be taken as legally binding investment advice, in the same way that SEC licensed stockbrokers can advise their clients. I am not “selling” any stocks or OTC penny stocks as a broker in this video. The purpose of this video, is only to offer guidance to those who are interested in educating themselves, about self-directed investing and Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI).
FURTHER READING ON PENNY STOCKS
1. Bruce McWilliams. Penny Stocks: How the Small Investor Can Make Large Profits in the Penny Market. Warner Books, 1982.*
2. Ira Cobleigh, and Peter DeAngelis, CFA. The $2 Window on Wall Street: How to Win Big in Low-Priced Stocks. Macmillan, 1986.**
3. Robert Frick. Keys to Risks and Rewards of Penny Stocks. Barron’s Educational Series, 1990.
4. F. Philip Rice. Getting Rich with Low-Priced Stocks. Prentice-Hall, 1984.
5. Hilary Kramer. The Little Book of Big Profits from Small Stocks. Wiley, 2011.
6. Peter Leeds. Penny Stocks for Dummies. 3rd ed. Wiley, 2021.
* My wife saw a white angel sparkle on this book while I was explaining something to her.
** I saw a white angel sparkle beside this book title as I was building this book list.
I only have 50 stocks so far, but my objective is to grow my Schwab “StreetSmart Edge” Watchlist to 100, and then to 500, and then finally to 1000 (cp. the NASDAQ 100, the S&P 500, and the Russell 1000). The idea is, the more stocks I can monitor in real time, over say a 5 day period, the more I can track 5-day gainers (green % Change stocks). These are like “needle in the haystack” stocks to me that I can use to multiply money in a 5 day period.