Penny stocks are generally defined as securities issued by very small companies that trade at less than $5 per share.
These stocks are usually quoted over-the-counter, such as the OTC Bulletin Board (which is a facility of FINRA) or OTC Link LLC (which is owned by OTC Markets Group, Inc., formerly known as Pink OTC Markets Inc.).
But penny stocks may also trade on securities exchanges, like the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
These stocks can be very volatile, and it’s important that you understand all of the risks before investing in a microcap stock.
Not everyone has the risk tolerance to invest in microcap stocks, but for those that do, below is a list of NYSE penny stocks to watch in 2019.
With the DiscoverCI Stock Screener, we used the following criteria to identify these stocks:
The list also includes the beta of the stock so you can better understand the stock’s recent volatility.
The list is sorted by daily volume from high to low.
We update this list daily. Last updated: January 18th, 2020
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