New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/04/2013 -- Peter Leeds says that penny stocks do well in January and it can be attributed to several factors. He says, “Whether that is because of New Year's resolutions, anticipation of fuel and heating oil demand, or otherwise, January tends to treat penny stock investments pretty well.” He further says, “January is gearing up to be a potentially great month for penny stocks and it is the right time for you.”
Peter Leeds provides his years of experience to traders with his well-known newsletters and penny stock guide. He states that most newsletters don’t tell investors the truth as they are being compensated to pump up the stock. Further, they rarely tell investors when to sell. Often it’s far too late when they do and this may cause severe losses to investors’ portfolios.
Peter suggests that when investors subscribe to the newsletter from www.pennystocks.net, they receive credible information on which penny stocks to buy and which to sell. He provides comprehensive research findings that are not biased by any commissions or preferential treatment. These recommendations do not try to influence traders. Rather, he helps investors make informed decisions and gain maximum profits out of their investments.
The best penny stocks are the ones that help traders gain profits from their investments. However it is hard for novice traders to identify which stocks will rise. Peter Leeds released his book ‘Invest in Penny Stocks!’ which helps novice as well as expert traders pick winning penny stocks and avoid duds or scams. The guide divulges his secrets and helps investors to trade as Peter Leeds would. The book can be bought at Amazon or Barnes & Noble or in stores.
‘The Penny Stocks Guide’ is a comprehensive and impartial resource for investors interested in penny stocks. It provides information about the best penny stocks available in the market. The guide teaches the basic principles of penny stock investment including of how to do it intelligently and safely with the least risk.
To learn more, please visit http://www.pennystocks.net