Three Penny Shares to Avoid Like the Plague
How to spot the ‘trap doors’ that’ll send your penny share investment down the drain and the three shares to avoid at all costs today!
I simply love the fact that investing in tiny penny shares has the potential to double, triple or even quadruple my money in a tiny period of time.
But the fact is, with this huge upside potential comes a warning tag as well.
There are certain penny shares simply not worth investing in. They might have upside potential. But the chances of these companies going bust – or losing you all your hard earned money is massive.
I’ve warned you about them before.
In June 2014 Coronation was increasing its stake in African Bank. I warned investors the company would go bust. Then at the end of July I told investors the end of Abil is weeks away. By mid-August 2014 the company was bust!
The same goes for Evraz Highveld Steel.
On 29 September 2014 I told investors my analysis shows it’s certain Evraz will go bust.
Since then the share has steadily dropped from 555c to being worthless today.
In fact, on 16 September 2015 the company published a business rescue plan because it has become insolvent…
I’ve warned investors of similar situations like these two, time and again.
I won’t even pretend that they’re difficult to spot. You just need to go to the trouble to look for them.
Highveld Steel for instance looked like a hot recovery stock, especially with the weakening rand.
But had you read through its 180 page annual report you would’ve seen the company warn investors: “These conditions, along with other matters, indicate the existence of a material uncertainty which may cast significant doubt on the Company's ability to continue as a going concern.”
This message was buried on page 170. If you took the time to read the report you would’ve seen it.
Perhaps even more important – there are simple financial figures I’ve used to predict these bankruptcies in the past with great results…
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