Penny Stock

Penny stocks are common shares of small public companies that trade at low prices per share. The SEC defines a penny stock as a security that trades below $5-per-share, is not listed on a national exchange, and fails to meet other specific criteria. FINRA has specific rules to define and regulate the sale of penny stocks.

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