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How To Win At Penny Stocks: Inside The Insiders [Kindle Edition]

Jerry Greene
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Penny stocks, typically those announced by the ‘major’ penny stock announcement companies, tend to show a pattern that is more dependent on a predictable pattern of manipulation than the unpredictable pattern of a company’s success, new products, market mobility, or whatever insider tips are happening behind closed doors.

Follow the chart of one of these stocks for two weeks, through an explosive ride of crashes and surges 20% - 100% or more. If you can begin to predict the typical roller coaster ride of these penny stock ‘companies’ by betting on the typical valleys and peaks you can cash in on incredible earnings of 10% a week or more.


THEME: ‘Wall Street’ meets ’21’ meets ‘The Net’.

PLOT OUTLINE: Three bright college kids (two boys, one girl), at an elite college that grooms many high end lawyers and Wall Street types, become enticed by the possibility inserting themselves into the world of stock manipulation and insider trading. They are drawn into a world that is over their head and begin to mess with a ruthless organized crime faction group of serious stock manipulators who are in it for millions. An escalating game of cat and mouse, computer intrigue, and increasing risk and high profits ensues, with Winslow, Gretchen, and Bergen wondering if they ever should have even taken their first step into the volatile world of penny stock manipulation.

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  • File Size: 275 KB
  • Print Length: 68 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Xlibris (January 19, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00716FJG6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #924,691 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I don't want to give the method away. But the first part of the book describes a trading method under a particular scenario. It's atleast similar to a method that many of us have either heard of or thought up ouselves and or tried. I have not tried the method as described in the book, therefore I can't say how I did. I have my doubts as to how successful it would be actually use and I'll describe why later.

But the Kindle edition is not expensive( I payed $3.47) and is a quick read. You could buy it and try it with paper trades as I believe the author recommends and see how well you do. My only concern would be if it did work well for you on paper and you decided to use it with real money your results could be different. This is because the speed in which you get in and out of a trade(even with limit buys and sells in place) could be slower and the stocks involved with this method can be quite volatile. That could make a big difference as to how well you do with the method.

The second part is called a novel, but to me it's more like a novella. It uses the method in the first section to weave an espionage type story.

I found the writing to be somewhat contrived, and definitely could have used and editor as the grammar and spelling each had several mistakes. But I did enjoy reading it.

My suggestion is to not set your expectations to high for either the trading method or the story. However if you do decide to buy it I'd get the Kindle version like I did as it's much cheaper than the paperback version.

I hope this review is helpful to anyone considering buying this book.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Really? April 1, 2013
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Don't waste your time. Not what you think it is. Stupid story line and everything. Do not buy this book.
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