You don’t need a lot of money to start investing in penny shares – but they could make you a potential fortune in less than two years…

  • Rarely featured in the press and “off limits” to most investors, because the big fund managers can’t trade them…
  • The only stock class with the power to double your investment, virtually overnight

Sean KeyesToday I’m going to let you in on a little-known stock market secret.

You don’t need to pile tens of thousands into big, expensive stocks like BT or HSBC to make serious money investing.

I’ve been involved in the financial markets for over eight years now and although I would certainly have some big stocks in my portfolio, there’s another type of stock where I believe the real money is…

You see, I believe the best, and most rewarding, way to make money investing is with “penny stocks…”

What makes penny stocks different from other “normal” stocks is that they’re cheap. Dirt cheap.

Shares can go for as little as half a penny to a few pounds. So even small (or first time) investors can afford to play the market.

And don’t worry if you’ve never bought a stock before, it’s as simple as checking your email (or making a quick phone call). Anyone can do it.

Better still, penny stocks can deliver truly explosive gains.

In fact, they’re potentially the most profitable stocks on the UK market.
Let me show you what I mean…

With a big “blue chip” stock it can take years for a £50 share to turn into £100. But with a penny stock, a 20p share can become 40p overnight. After all, the share price only has to go up by 20 pence!

So with penny stocks you could potentially double your money at lightning speed.

Let’s look at how profitable penny stocks really can be…

Proven to Outperform Bigger Stocks

The little Known Story of a Penny Stock Billionaire…

In 1939 a young trader called John Templeton bought 100 shares of every company trading under $1 per share.

Four years later he had multiplied his money many times over – even though some of the companies he invested in went bankrupt.

This is the profitability of penny stocks.

John retired a billionaire, and lived out the rest of his days in the sunny, carefree Bahamas.

And, in 2011, renowned investment researcher Roger Ibbotson pointed out that — “[penny stocks] have outperformed large-cap stocks… over the last 80 years.”

Eighty years.

As I say, now revised estimates are small caps have been outperforming large caps for 89 years.

As you can see, penny shares have trounced blue-chips for well over half a century.

This is a forecast.But most investors have no idea of the colossal power of penny shares. It’s somewhat of an industry secret, one I’m letting you in on today: you see, when it comes to share dealing, I believe there’s only ONE way to make serious money.

I’m not saying that you’re guaranteed anything. I’m saying you have a chance – a genuine chance – of making some real money.

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So why Isn’t Everyone Doing This?

If penny stocks are so great, you’d expect everyone to harness their amazing profit building potential and get rich.

But that’s not the case at all.

You see penny stocks are so small, the “big boys” in the City can’t trade them.

This is because big investment firms can buy up millions of shares at a time… but if the company they buy into is a penny stock, the share price flies through the roof with a big order.

This immediately cuts into their potential profits, so a penny stock just isn’t a sensible way to play the market, when you’re a City fat cat.

However they’re great for the little guy and first time investors.

Why you won’t find these tips in the mainstream media

Because the City ignores them, the mainstream media does too.

This is why most people don’t know about penny stocks, or just don’t trust them. Because they don’t get the same media attention big blue chip stocks like Pfizer and Barclays do.

But just because penny stocks aren’t mentioned on the news or some bobble head’s TV show, doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with them.

In fact it’s better this way…

If you’re willing to invest some spare cash you aren’t depending on in penny shares, I really believe you’ll be better positioned to profit.

Of course, penny shares are riskier than investing big name companies. But with bigger risks comes the chance of much bigger rewards…

I do all the hard work… you stand to collect the potential profits!

My name’s Sean Keyes…

I’m not ashamed to say it… I love penny shares.

I love getting in on a success story before the majority of investors catch on.

But most of all I love collecting big stock market gains – especially if I get in ahead of the big investment bankers (Yes, it can be done!).

After graduating from Trinity College Dublin with a BA in Economics and Political Science, and from University College Dublin with an MA in Economics, I moved to London to pursue my interest in investing.

For many years I worked with MoneyWeek, managing their investment newsletters, before I left to join Agora Financial UK and Fleet Street Publications as the head of their small cap franchise.

It’s here that I recently started The Penny Share Letter, a newsletter dedicated to discovering the most exciting small company investment opportunities.

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In The Penny Share Letter I find the overlooked penny stock stories I believe could go up in value. In fact, recently I uncovered two great small cap companies whose shares I believe could rise very soon.

For potentially explosive, unreported success stories you have to look to the small cap market…

Because when it comes to the big blue chips – like BP, Tesco, Barclays – price surges are few and far between.

Pension funds and investment banks have already pumped huge sums of cash into them, leaving very little room for large growth…

Sure, the share price might creep up 5%-10% over time and that’s a good return…

But you’re rarely going to double or triple your money in the short to medium term by investing in Vodafone or Marks & Spencer’s, are you?

Penny shares on the other hand, although they are a riskier bet, have the potential for explosive gains – but only when you pick the right company at the right time, and invest with money you can afford to lose.

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I’m not saying you shouldn’t invest any money in blue chips. They can form an important part of a balanced portfolio. But in my view, when it comes to the more speculative part of your portfolio, you shouldn’t ignore the huge potential of the small companies up and down the country.

The small cap market, when you look hard enough, has a number of under-priced stocks, undiscovered shares, and tiny firms that could go up in value.

Now of course I need to remind you that investing in shares is risky – you could lose your capital – and that investing in penny shares is particularly risky. They’re more volatile than the shares of larger companies, they can be harder to trade and there can be a big difference between the buying and selling price of the shares (the bid/offer spread). That means if you need to sell them soon after you’ve bought them you might make a loss – even if they’ve risen in price. So it’s not something you should do until you understand and are comfortable with the risks involved.

I go into more detail about those risks in my article “Why you shouldn’t invest in penny shares”. I give you plenty of reasons why you shouldn’t touch them – but I also tell you why some of us are crazy enough to do it…. I urge you to read the article.

Right now I’m building a penny stock portfolio I believe could be poised to drastically go up in value in the next one to two years.

I’ve prepared all the details in my latest issue available for you to download for free today. I also have a beginner’s penny share investing guide which you can claim today taking up a 365-day trial to The Penny Share Letter.

The instant you do, I’ll send you all the information you need. Including my exclusive guide “How to Buy And Sell Shares” and respected investor Chris Mayer’s latest book “100 Baggers: Stocks That Return 100-To-1 And How To Find Them”.

My latest issue of The Penny Share Letter gives you everything you need to know to invest in my latest high opportunity investments. What’s more it’s yours to keep no matter what. Even if you decide The Penny Share Letter isn’t for you.

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Good investing,

Sean Keyes,
Editor of The Penny Share Letter.