To trade over-the-counter stocks, select a broker-dealer, make an investment decision, define the order type and execute the trade so that the broker-dealer settles it, notes OTC Markets. Trading on OTC markets is simila... More »

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A business opportunity is a situation in which someone can buy, lease or hire a product or service that allows them to begin a business. Other criteria that define a business opportunity is that the investment should com... More »

A business mission statement first defines what the business does for its customers, then what it does for its employees and owners. Some mission statements also include what the business does to improve the community an... More »

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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority lists stocks available on the OTC Bulletin Board on its website. Investors can also find OTC Bulletin Board stock lists at EODData.com and OTCmarkets.com. More »

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Penny stocks are securities generally issued by small, publicly traded companies and usually trade at a price of less than $5, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The low price and high volatility o... More »

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"Penny stock" is a term for stocks from small companies that trade below $5 per share, and it does not imply that a stock is a scam. However, the low price and high risk of penny stocks make them popular in scams and sec... More »

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Investment websites help individuals buy, sell, trade, manage, research and analyze investment opportunities, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, futures and insurance. The American Association of Individual Investors l... More »

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