Penny stock gurus
Peter Leeds is one of the most trusted personalities in penny stocks. Major financial media companies have covered him. He is also known as the Penny Stock Professional.
He was 14 years old when he made his first trade. He invested all of his $3,600 into a company which he didn’t know anything about. The share price began to fall immediately after he bought the stock. After losing all his money in one trade, he started to learn. Leeds developed a method to make back his starting fund’s hundreds of times over.
His penny stock fortunes came from the conclusion that the most profitable method is long-term investing in high-quality cheap stocks. He made hundreds of thousands of dollars on most of his trades.
Travis Garlick AKA Teacup pig
Travis Garlick has amassed a giant Facebook and Twitter following for his ability to know which stocks are going to go up and which are going to go down. His 3-year hot streak is incredible. He is definitely one person to follow. His twitter handle is @teacuppiglets hence why he got the nickname teacup
Another investor who became a penny stock millionaire by the age of 22. He turned $12,000 into $3.53 million over a few years by day-trading penny stocks. Then he founded a hedge fund which became the number one ranked short bias fund for 3 years. Trader Monthly named him Top 30 Under 30 in 2006.
But his fund lost 35% of its capital. After that, he starred in the Wall Street Warriors documentary. The show’s popularity inspired him to start a publishing company which creates educational financial newsletters. He started trading again from $12,000 and he turned it into $211,000 after 6 years, making him the number one ranked trader on Covestor.
He has been featured on every major financial media outlet. As a part of his battle against pump-and-dump schemes, Shaquille O’Neal sent him a cease-and-desist letter after Timothy Sykes blasted him for buying shares of a questionable penny stock. This stock later dropped 99%.
penny stock success stories
Tim Grittani And Timothy Sykes – Source: CNNMoney
While in college, Tim looked for easy ways to make money. He played poker and made wagers on sports games. He won $9,000 on a bet, but lost all of that soon and decided to quit gambling. So he tried stock trading.
Penny Stock Conspiracy
Tim Grittani started by learning from Timothy Sykes how to trade stocks. At the age of 21 he began day trading penny stocks with $1,500 of his life savings. Because of his limited capital, he decided that he was going to focus on buying penny stocks. He didn’t want to deal with expensive stocks like Google or Apple as he didn’t have enough money.
Three years later he accumulated $1 million in profits. He spends the entire trading day in front of a computer, buying and selling stocks at the right time. The trade that pushed the value of his portfolio over $1 million was when he shorted a stock that had been the target of a pump-and-dump scheme.