As of April 26, 2012, more than 90% of our 133 initiate coverage research reports plus 3 updates have reported share prices increases of 90%+. Volume increased on more than 80% of all initiate coverage reports. All of our campaigns increased their prices by 90+ while 80%+ of all campaign and researched stocks increased their volume. More than 80%of all stocks reached their highest price within 30 days. Some stocks rose in excess of 500%, contributing to these very high averages. About 33% of all researched and campaign stocks fall below our initiate coverage prices due to market factors beyond our control. Since 2002 there have been thousands of campaigns.
We believe this very high and squewed price appreciation reflects dollars spent in a campaign and short term trading activity. We feel our research and campaign credibility helps each campaign in which we participate. Clearly this seems to us to be a short term trader's market. Sharp traders take their profits in short periods of time. The trading risks, however, are considerable. Our purpose is to expand a company's shareholder base, create long term investors, while also catering to the reality the the penny stock market is a short term trader's market.
Should you invest long term in the penny stock market? Statistics say no and indicate this is not a long term investor's market. What goes up normally must go down. Unless you believe a company will be adequately financed long term for about 5 years, it is highly risky to invest for the long term, especially in a recession. Do your own research.
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