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I agree with Fuskie. You will be far better off to invest your first funds in stocks with a history of earnings and reasonable price earnings ratios.

Penny stocks are often speculative ventures with no earnings, mostly promises. Some eventually do ok, but they are very risky and subject to rumors and false leads.

An industry leader with growing earnings is a better choice.
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