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Gunther Grant, Inc. OTCG: GNGR creats some of the finest jewelry and castings. They continue to sell and ship worldwide.
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There are 10,437 different penny stock publicly traded companies known as Pink Sheet stocks with billions of shares traded each day. However on one sampling of data taken shows that out of the 8 billion shares traded on one day, 7.5 billion of those shares were treaded from only 75 of those 10,437 companies. That means that 1% of the 10,437 companies listed was responsible for more than 90% of all shares traded. The share prices on those volume leaders are mainly in the trip zero price range ($.0001 more or less). The reason is quite simple to understand. The Penny stock market investors mainly are attracted by the though of buying 1,000,000 shares for as low at $100 with the idea that if they rise up to $1.00 (as promoted by most of those companies), the $100 investment would be worth $1,000,000. Because there are so many people willing to spend $100 or more on a trip zero penny stock known as the lottery stocks, the logic is, if an investors spends $100 on 100 different trip zero priced stocks and they get 1,000,000 shares from each of those companies they invested in, if one of the 100 does in fact rise to $1.00 per share, the total investment of $10,000 ($100 x 100 companies) would mean the investor would make $990,000 net profits over the cost of $10,000 with a 1/100 chance one will hit the $1.00 price. As of today I have met no one who has actually achieved this.
What’s a few $1000 each year for a chance to make a huge score on a trip zero priced stock. Its not much money and if you loose $100 you simply figure you’ll make it up on the next one and end up doing this each week. Companies listed know this investor strategy and many companies simply change their structure to provide that outlet for lots of shares for little money. When you think of it this way you may reconsider your strategy. Since most penny stock investors will invest $5000+ annually on the trip zero stocks is not going to hurt your savings or cause financial distress so it’s not a bad risk thinking you can hit the lotto stock. But with 75,000,000 investors who will do the same comes to $375 billion annually. (Estimates show this figure to me more like $600 billion)
Penny stock companies know the money is out there but they to have to make money selling those trip zero stocks and to make lots of money you need lots of available shares. A company with a tradable float of only 10 million shares sold at $.0005 would only make $5000 selling all those shares. Companies in order to make money (who rely on shares to make money not actually selling products) a company simply has to file with the registered state and increase the shares to let say 50 billion that many will do. This allows supplies to the many investors who want to buy them are available. Selling 10 million at $.0005 for $5000 seems a waste of time but a company selling 50 billion at the same $.0005 comes to $25,000,000. If investors only invested $500 in that stock only 50,000 people out of 75,000,000 would need to invest. This would leave 50,000 with -$500 and a trip zero stock (lotto) while the company selling shares rakes in $25 MILLION. With 75 to 200 million people ready to spend small amounts of money daily on trip zero stocks, there is plenty of money to go around to many penny stocks companies
BUT there is one other factor that keeps the momentum that lotto cant provide. Investors are constantly exposed to shares they COULD have bought but did not and complain they wish they did. Let say a gold mine stock from a valid producer who makes millions mining gold does in fact achieve a high price on real revenue, all of a sudden 500 new trip zero penny stock companies say they to are a gold mine company and they to MAY go to $5.00 up from $.0001. Investors see the past winners and figure another will hit so they again use past shoulda coulda woulda misses, to fuel they’re continued spending looking for the next big stock.
Penny stock investors logic: Spend $100 each on 15 trip zero stocks ($1500) instead of buying just one share of AMAZON stock. That is because one share of AMAZION stock has ZERO chance of ever hitting $1,000,000 per share. But buying 15 1,000,000 trip zero stocks for the same $1500 that you think has a chance one will hit $1.00 makes the thought of them netting you $1,000,000 to great to pass on, and its only $1500 so no big deal. When 75 million investors say the same thing, the total accumulated amounts to over $112 billion monthly.
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