Penny stocks get little to no respect from the financial gurus you see on television. You know the type of guru I’m talking about. Well-groomed pontificators in a business suit who speak articulately about the stock market. Right or wrong, people hang on their every word.

Most (but not all) of these television financial whizzes are really good at analyzing the fundamentals of a business and picking stocks that will give you a “solid” return if you hang onto to them for years. They talk about “blue chip” stocks on the NYSE and the stars of the NASDEQ.

However, these are not the stocks to trade if you want or need to make really good money over a much shorter period of time.

To make really good money in a short amount of time (and to out perform traditional investing by a long shot), you need to trade penny stocks – and you’re not going to learn which ones to chose and how to do so from watching the financial experts on TV.

I’m going to give you an amazing strategy you can use over and over again to make incredible money with penny stocks. Moreover, I’m going to explain to you how to VERY significantly reduce your risk.

The first thing you need to know is that picking really profitable penny stocks is NOT like picking traditional stocks on the NYSE, NASDEQ, and AMEX. The traditional ways of picking stocks DO NOT WORK – you will never make really good money with penny stocks until you completely understand this and accept it as true.

Analyzing fundamentals is not the key to picking highly profitable penny stocks. In other words, you should not assume that someone good at technical analysis is good at picking penny stocks.

Penny stocks operate is a TOTALLY different world that is completely foreign to your typical television stock guru. The same rules do not apply.

For the same reason, it is not a good idea to try to pick penny stocks yourself even if you are a successful experienced investor. You will make MUCH more money and your risk will be MUCH lower if you follow someone else who is truly gifted at picking penny stocks and then trade their picks at the exact times they tell you to.

Now, how do you find this person?

First, let me emphasize that people who are good at picking penny stocks are NOT typical financial types. They usually don’t wear a business suit and they usually don’t appear on television. In fact, most prefer to fly under the radar because this helps them get the information they need. They are almost never trained in the traditional sense – some have a college degree and some don’t.

The person you are looking for will have the very special gift of being able to sniff out information and piece together clues that most other people don’t even notice.

Let me see if I can explain this in an easier to understand way.

Do you remember the popular television detective, Columbo? The lazy-eyed guy that walked around in a ratty old trench coat solving murder cases that no one else could solve. He was born with a 6th sense that simply can not be learned out of a book or taking a special class.

I know Columbo is a fictional character but these same genius types DO exist in the penny stock world – you just have to find them. They just seem to have been born with the type of mind and the investigative skills that are needed to pick really good penny stocks, know exactly when to buy them, and exactly when to sell them.

You want to find a person like this who offers a service that sends out their picks in real time with precise instructions on when to buy and when to sell. This is the way to make amazing profit with penny stocks. No other method works better.

To vastly reduce risk, always test the picks you are being sent with a demo account until you can trust the person who is sending them.

By the way, you should not expect to get this type of service for free – free services are a complete waste of time and can cost you dearly. If you find the right person, the information you will be sent is extremely valuable and very few people are capable of producing it.

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