Hey, i've used peter leeds for years and made good money. B4 you judge all the penny stock guys with one brush, look for service that gives free trials (there aren't many i know). don't know how long leeds' free trial offer will last, but you can read for yourself (link removed by admin)
Last edited by Thierry Martin; 04-23-2009 at 08:51 PM.
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I registered for a free trail of Peter Leeds Penny stocks services and the system automatically subscribed me for a one-year membership at the cost of $195. I contact the customer service, but they are inpatient and would not cancel it for me any ways. I cannot afford this stupid mistake so I would like to sell my account for using all the services and information for one year for $160. I pay $35 for the lesson. If you are considering to invest in penny stocks, this is the NO.1 guidance resource you can find online. Please help me out. Thanks.
Certainly some interesting comments posted here (with a few directed at me and the Peter Leeds team, I think!)
Most penny stocks are poorly run companies, and risky as investments. However, if you get involved with high quality penny stocks, you'll find them to be very lucrative.
When I say "high quality," I am referring to those low-priced investments that are gaining market share, have rock solid financials, a proven management team, and patented technologies. If they are in an industry with high barriers to entry, that's even better.
Penny stocks are not for everyone, but if you're interested, keep the three key points in mind:
- don't trade penny stocks from the Pink Sheet markets
- don't trade free penny stock picks
- don't trust sites without a free trial
I hope this helps, and feel free to contact me or the members of the Peter Leeds team if you want to learn more.
The Penny Stock Professional