The Complete NASDAQ Penny Stock List

List of hot penny stocks that are actively traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange. Updated daily!

The Complete NASDAQ Penny Stock List

Most traders avoid investing in penny stocks because of their speculative nature, and volatile price changes. But a small percentage of penny stock investments work out very well, which keeps people interested. It’s not uncommon to see a penny stock up or down over 100% or 200% in a relatively short period of time. If you are looking for greater volatility in the stock market, here is a complete list of NASDAQ penny stocks, priced below $5, with average daily volume over 50,000.

With the DiscoverCI Stock Screener, we used the following criteria to identify these stocks:

  • Traded on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange,
  • Stock price under $5,
  • Average daily trading volume over 50,000
  • Actively traded - securities that have a stock price in the last 7 days

The list is sorted by daily volume from high to low, and our analysis is updated daily. Here is the complete NASDAQ penny stock list.

We update this list daily. Last updated: October 18th, 2019

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