Blog : Short Selling Penny Stocks
by Peter Leeds on November 16th, 2016
There are all sorts of problems with short selling, and those concerns get even greater when talking about penny stocks specifically.
When you sell stocks short, you are expecting (and will profit) when the underlying shares decrease in value.
Short selling penny stocks is risky, and typically a tremendous amount of work... and even then you may no be able to find any shares to short. As well, with short selling penny stocks, the potential losses can be many times greater than the total amount you invested in the first place.
Typically when you invest in the conventional sense, you risk at most 100% of your money. With short selling, the total risks are unlimited. You could lose $6,000 off of a $500 trade!
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