Which penny stocks will give 10% or more in the next 30 days?

Penny Stocks are known for their illiquid status, a select few can deliver massive gains in a short span. They are considered risky for making massive investments as they have substantial downside including loss of invested capital.

Penny Stocks: Volatile, High Volume, Bang or Bust

The Indian Stock Market with two renowned stock exchanges – NSE and BSE have many companies listed that can fall in the penny stock category.

Here is the list of the best-performing penny stocks over the past 12 months. They have more leg room to grow considering some are fundamentally sound and are aggressively growing.

Here is the list of the worst-performing penny stocks over the past 12 months. It is better to stay away from them. Do not fall into the trap of buying it as they have corrected.

This post is not a recommendation to invest in penny stocks but only a reply to the query asked. There are companies that have gone from Midcap space to Penny Stock Category. Hence understand the company’s business, competition, and growth prospects prior to investing.

I am sharing an example of a stock that is in the penny stock category

Also, add some more posts linked to this, that you can utilize to make your investment analysis

Hope this helps

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Happy Investing!!

References:

  1. 6,000% gains in a year. What’s driving these penny stocks?
  2. Best Penny Stocks to Buy Now in India 2022
  3. These 18 penny stocks rose up to 170% in the first month of FY23
  4. Up to 2,500% rally! These 30 penny stocks have delivered multi-bagger returns so far in 2022

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