Healthcare Penny Stocks - to find a list of the top health care penny stocks trading on NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX, and OTCBB. These healthcare and medical penny stocks are trading under $5 per share and sorted by the biggest gain of the day.
The list of medical penny stocks is updated daily after market close and is for research purpose only.
To find a list of pharmaceutical stocks under $1, visit Pharmaceutical Penny Stocks.
For a list of medical penny stocks invovling medical services, hospital equipment, surgical and medical instruments, medical laboratories, general medical and surgical hospitals, please visit medical penny stocks.
OTC Healthcare Stocks Under $1
Following is a list of biotech stocks under $1 that are listed on the OTC market or as pink sheet stock.
Healthcare penny stocks are small cap health care stocks that involve pharmaceutical companies developing drugs to treat diseases, surgical and medical instruments companies developing products to be used in hospitals and clinics, and biological companies.
Most of these healthcare penny stocks are trading on the OTCBB market as there aren't that many health care stocks trading under $1 on the regular exchanges like NYSE and NASDAQ.
Are Healthcare Penny Stocks Worth The Investment?
Are healthcare penny stocks worth the investment? As with any other type of stocks trading on the OTCBB market, these penny stocks are extremely risky. Unlike healthcare stocks trading on the NASDAQ, the OTCBB stocks can be highly manipulative.
Trading volume is usually low for most healthcare penny stocks on the OTCBB, one or a few big players can artificially pump and dump many of these stocks although the pump and dump scheme has been slowing down in recent years.
OTCBB healthcare penny stocks have fewer regulations than NASDAQ stocks, and they might not report information in a timely manner.
To answer the question of whether healthcare penny stocks are worth the investment, the answer would be "NO". Most penny stocks are not worth the risk to be held as a long-term investment.
In the short term, however, many healthcare penny stocks do make headlines whenever they make a surprise announcement, such as a new drug for cancer, FDA approval, earnings surprises, a new round of funding, and so on. When this kind of news is announced, healthcare penny stocks usually saw their stock price jump over 100% or more overnight only to watch them plummet the next day.
It is difficult if not impossible to get on these stocks before the jump and sell them before their fall. Therefore, a trader should not be aiming to catch these types of moves, but can often wait for a pullback and then get on a trade for the second round of rally. These types of trade happen pretty frequently on the NASDAQ.
To learn how to trade these pullback stocks on the NASDAQ and NYSE, read the following articles.
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