What are a true penny stock?

There is no set, accepted definition of penny stock. Some people define it as stock priced under
one dollar, some under five dollars. Some people include only those securities traded in the “pink
sheets”, some include the entire OTC market. The Securities Division considers a stock to be a
“penny stock” if it trades at or under $5.00 per share and trades in either the “pink sheets” or on
NASDAQ. In addition, a true penny stock will have less than $4 million in net tangible assets and
will not have a significant operating history. (Inother words, if a company has real assets, such as
equipment and inventory, and is engaged in some real business, such as manufacturing, then the Division does not consider the stock to be pen-ny stock even though the shares are low-priced.)

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