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Penny stocks are not all speculative, and they're not all hidden bargains either! In our 2nd edition of Walker's Manual of Penny Stocks, we plumb the world of stocks that are priced under $5. As with stocks from any other market segment, penny stocks need to be evaluated using fundamental criteria, and we present the information you need to do just that on 500 of the more than 6,000 stocks that were reviewed for this book. Many of them trade over-the-counter, but not all--we looked across market boundaries at the under fives from NASDAQ as well as a few from the major exchanges. Our book is the first to give you an impartial view of this most misunderstood segment of the stock marketplace.
Every one of the companies has a page devoted to it that includes a summarized description of operations, up to 4 years of financial statements, our comments on operations and financial condition, who to contact for further information about the company and how to make trades in their stock (market makers, broker dealers).
Over 60 pages of indices list, rank and sort 12 categories that range from geographic area to market capitalization to compound earnings growth.
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...Even more interesting may be the just released [Walker's Manual of] Penny Stocks, which focuses on bite-sized shares. ...goes beyond the unlisted market to include more than 100 stocks that trade on the NYSE, Nasdaq, and Amex. Perhaps more revealing is the number of exchange-listed stocks that failed to make the cut: a group that fills two filing cabinets in Eisenberg's office. ...Eisenberg's careful scrutiny provides investors with a great starting point for further research. -- Individual Investor, 08/98
So, why would anybody buy [a penny stock]? Because, according to Harry Eisenberg, publisher of the just-published Walker's Manual of Penny Stocks, they're one place that is still flush with bargains. -- TheStreet.com, 06/23/98
To find some penny stocks that may be worthy of consideration by individual investors, The Wall Street Journal asked Harry Eisenberg, author of a new book on the subject, about his assessment of the various low-priced shares trading on stock exchanges and bulletin boards. -- The Wall Street Journal, 06/24/98
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Book Description Walkers Manual Inc, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0965208818