Learn To Trade Penny Stocks From An Expert

Here at Buy Like Buffett, I focus most of my attention on long term stock investing. I will occasionally engage in short term trading of a stock where I may own a stock for a few weeks or a few months. One of the investment areas that I will receive emails about occasionally is penny stock investing.  For investors that are interested in penny stocks, there is a site that caters to this investing class.

Penny Stock Investing

Penny stocks. When we hear the phrase we likely think of small amounts of money, invested in small portions, to earn big profits. That’s not too far off. But as anyone who has researched this industry knows, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Successful trading in any kind of stock requires an understanding of the market and the potential for growth, or loss, that’s possible with the investment you choose.

If you’ve been considering taking up penny stock investing because of the potential for success, you may feel overwhelmed at the sheer volume of information available. Tips and advice come from every corner of the globe. Experts offer insight and information on how to turn a minimal investment into maximum wealth… much of it with a promise for quick turnaround.

Wouldn’t it be great to have an experienced mentor who would take you by the virtual hand and lead you into the knowledge you need, that will actually work? Enter Timothy Sykes.

You may have heard of this young investor who turned $12,415 in gifts from his Bar Mitzvah into over a million and a half in only four years. He’s built quite a reputation for himself by appearing on several of the major networks to discuss his strategies and insight. And it has obviously paid off. Along with other achievements, Sykes beat over 50,000 other traders to gain top ranking on Covestor. He’s certainly doing something right.

Through his website, TimothySykes.com, Sykes has offered a challenge to others who would like to “get off the couch and get to work,” as he puts it. He is offering to be that mentor you might need to help you do what he has done, and continues to do, to gain maximum wealth in the shortest period of time. Of course, not everyone will be accepted into his program. Only those who are truly motivated and passionate about learning to trade penny stocks, and only those who are willing to work and learn how to achieve results like he has.

So, what’s the catch? According to Sykes, he believes that now is the best time to invest in the education needed to learn how to trade. By entering his program, participants agree to allow their stories to be posted on the website and shared with the world. Sykes hopes this will prove to the world, once and for all, that anyone can use his methods and follow his teaching and get the same kind of results.

If you’re serious about your desire to learn to trade penny stocks, this is a rare opportunity to truly learn from someone who has used the methods he teaches to build wealth that many of us only dream of. This could turn into a lucrative venture for someone. That is, if you’re up to the challenge.

As I stated above, I am not a penny stock trader but I have heard stories about some people that only buy stocks with very low prices. How do you feel about trading penny stocks?


  1. I would never buy penny stocks…but hey, someone must be buying them for it to exist.

  2. $12,415 into over a million and a half in four years?! Good for him. I agree with the “get off the couch and get to work” philosophy. It’s amazing how much people can make with just a little cash to invest and a lot of inspiration. It’s hard work, but what isn’t? Not to mention, a little savings can go a long way if you know how to plan it right. I’ve seen brand new college grads pay off a huge chunk of their student loan debt in just a couple of years by making smart investments, and all from a small amount of savings and taking their financial planning seriously. Maybe penny stocks aren’t a bad way to go!

  3. Thank you so much for this great article. This is a kind of thing that keeps me going through the morning. I’ve been looking around for your site for a while. Appearing a avid blogger I’m proud to see others taking initiative.

  4. Thank you such for this great article.

  5. But isn’t the price of the stock rather inconsequently? I mean saying that a stock is more risky just because it’s shares have a given price seems like an artificial way to breaking up the stock market. There are many large companies that have declared bankruptcy and there are many companies that have done the same.

  6. I would like to comment about value stocks. Their are some good value stocks trading below three dollars. They are just far fewer in number compared to stocks above ten dollars. I will not generally buy any over the counter stocks or pink sheet stocks because of of the lack of information on these stocks.

  7. Thanks for sharing,Initially most people were skeptical but the consistent profits that investors generated has led to the fast and widespread adoption.

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