Penny stocks make up a hidden market – one that few people know about. And those that do know about it, well, most of them don’t know how to trade it.
This is an undiscovered area of the market.
Stocks make their biggest moves before they even touch the Nasdaq or the NYSE.
That’s because they’re cheaper – and it’s easier for a $1 stock to jump to $2 than it is for a $500 stock to jump to $1,000, right?
I’m talking about Tesla-, GameStop-, or AMC-level moves…
But they don’t happen once in a blue moon. They don’t hit headlines left and right.
These massive moves are occurring right under your nose… every single day.
And playing them won’t cost you more than $10.
Once these stocks hit the public markets, 100%, 200%, even 300% moves become incredibly rare.
That’s why we have to catch them while they’re a secret. The time to play these companies is now.
But there’s a catch…
Profit potential aside, trading penny stocks is different from trading more big-time, familiar names.
I’m not afraid to say it – a lot of these cheap stocks are just that: cheap. They’re junk, as far as anyone’s concerned.
But that’s what I’m here for – to help you sort through the rough…
And find the diamonds.
Profit opportunities pop up every day in the penny stock market. You just need to know where to find them.
And every day the market’s open, I’m going to show you exactly where they are.
That’s why I’m the Penny Hawk – I can stalk down these stocks like a hawk stalks its prey. And all you have to do is check your email.
WHO IS CHRIS JOHNSON?
From Food Stamps to $1 Million – Chris Johnson’s Story
My investing story begins during my freshman year at Ohio State, after I failed out of one of my entry-level engineering courses.
I can thank the guidance counselor for pushing me toward the business school, where I quickly changed my major and entered the world of finance.
The year I took the Series 7 exam – meant to weed out those that shouldn’t get their securities license – 80% of people failed. I passed on the first try. And soon enough, I was a fully licensed financial advisor.
I quickly became interested in leveraging an equity – you know, turning a small gain into a large one. And at first, options consumed me. The idea that you could control 100 shares of stock for just a small amount of money consumed me. And the results? 25%, 50%, 200% returns on stocks in just a few weeks.
The last thing I wanted to do was go back to school and get my degree, but then I got the news that would change my life forever – I was going to be a father.
So I quit my job. I went back to school and earned my degrees in finance, accounting, and statistics with a focus in derivative analysis. But try finding a job in Cincinnati with that lineup.
My search was fruitless. I ended up stuck in a banking job that I was overqualified for, hated, and that didn’t pay enough. No more fast-paced options trading, no more tracking prices on graph paper. I was dealing with mutual funds and money market accounts, and I wasn’t making nearly enough as I needed to. The burdens of going back to school had settled in, and I found my new family deep in financial struggles.
One of the hardest moments of my life came around when my wife asked if we should apply for the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program – a form of welfare that provides basic food to families. I was raised to do things on my own and not lean on people for help, so the suggestion was a hit to my pride. But my dad gave me the best explanation:
“You’ve been paying taxes into the system for services just like this one since you started working at 15 years old. It’s okay for you to take a little bit out and replace it when you’re back on your feet.”
It was exactly what I needed to hear, and those words motivated me more than I ever had been. To this day, it serves as a reminder of where I’ve been and how I’ve gotten to where I am today. I still keep the unused WIC certificates in my private safe as a reminder of where I came from.
While working for the bank, I happened upon a classified ad in the employment section of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Remember the days when we had to search for jobs in the newspaper? Anyways, the job was with a local investment research firm that worked in the options market. And the title? Quantitative Analyst.
In just a few months, I was back on my feet. And eight years later, I’d learned enough to start my own research company: the Johnson Research Group.
I started out as a failed engineer. After multiple jobs, years of school, and a stint of living on food stamps, I’m a millionaire living out the dream job I’ve always wanted. But I’m always searching for more, which is why I’m here.
Five years ago, I discovered a new way to leverage equities – and it’s one of the most profitable strategies I’ve ever used.
Introducing… penny stocks.
The OTC and low-dollar market is a great way to leverage the progression of a company and its stock… but it’s virtually unknown.
As options become more mainstream, I’m delving deep into the penny market. And now, I’m not just a dad, a quantitative analyst, a financial expert, or an options trader…
I’m the Penny Hawk. And I’m here to find the best profit opportunities for you in this market.
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