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How to Buy OTC Stocks
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OTC Stocks, or over-the-counter stocks, are different from the usual stocks that we regularly buy from major stock markets such as NYSE and the NASDAQ. Most of the stocks that are listed in OTC are penny stocks, which are generally the stocks that are being sold at less than $5 per share. These stocks are those that are being sold by new companies that are just starting with their business. The major difference of OTC stocks from regular stocks in the market is that OTC securities are unlisted, which means that there is no central exchange for the market. This also means that the process on how to buy OTC stocks can also be very different and confusing for more investors.

The OTC Market
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Want to start trading in the OTC Market? The first step is to analyzing a company you want to invest in.  The best way to do so is to take a step inside and pretend that you are its auditor. By printing out a copy of the company’s financials you will now know just as much about them as their own auditor. That is as long as you learn how to read the financials.


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