Invest in Penny Stocks to give traders the opportunity to significantly increase their profits, but also provide equal opportunity trading capital quickly lost. These 3 tips will help reduce the risk of a risky investment vehicles.

1. Penny Stocks are a penny due.
While we all dream about investing in the next Microsoft or Home Depot, the truth is, the odds of you noticed that when a decade of success are slim. These companies are either starting out and have a shell company because it is cheaper than the IPO, or they simply do not have a business plan compelling enough to the bank's money just in the IPO. This does not mean they are bad investments, but it should make you be realistic about the kind of company you invest in

2. Trading volumes
Search for a consistently high share of trade. View the average volume can be misleading. If ABC trades 1000000 shares today, and at the end of the week, shows the daily average of 200,000 shares. In order enough and from the proceeds, you must have a consistent amount. Investigate the number of transactions per day. Is it an insider sell or buy? Liquidity is the first thing to look at. If you are not qualified, you end up holding "dead money", where the only way to sell shares to the dump, an offer that sets new selling pressure, which is even lower the selling price.

3. Does the company knows how to make a profit?
Although it is not uncommon to create the company saw losses to be carried out, it is important to think about why they lose money. Is it manageable? They have additional funding (which is the dilution of its own shares) to seek, or they have a joint partnership that favors the other company are looking for?