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BUZ INVESTORS  NASDAQ Penny Stocks   If bull markets are “the rising tide that lifts all boats,” why are there NASDAQ penny stocks under $5.00? Shouldn’t they have swelled past that level by now? After all, the NASDAQ was in a bull market for the last five years (with the exception of Q3 and Q4 of 2015). So why can we still find cheap tech stocks for less than $5.00?

There are five possibilities:

The stock has too many shares. If, for example, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:(INTC) holds a 10-for-1 stock split, INTC stock would drop from $36.82 to $3.68. Why?

The stock IPO price was really low. A young company that understands optics might go public at a lower price

Investors think the stock is “stale.” Sometimes good companies get walloped because investors are convinced the stock has peaked.

Investors don’t think the stock is battle-tested. It’s not enough for a stock to have promise—investors also want a certain amount of resilience. Unfortunately, resilience can only be proven through experience

The stock is just…bad. Of course, there’s always the possibility that the stock is trading below $5.00 because it’s representing a bad company. This is obviously the worst option, but things could turn around—see Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:(AAPL) for example.



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TOP 10 NASDAQ STOCKS — YTD PERFORMANCE
Symbol Company Share Price YTD Return
$PULM Pulmatrix Inc $2.88 388%
$CGIX Cancer Genetics Inc $4.00 196%
$GALT Galectin Therapeutics Inc $2.84 190%
$$PME Pingtan Marine Enterprise Ltd $4.43 155%
$PIRS Pieris Pharmaceuticals Inc $3.56 153%
$WCST Wecast Network Inc $2.99 143%
$INAP Internap Corp $3.38 119%
$HPJ Highpower International Inc $4.95 111%
$IMGN ImmunoGen, Inc. $4.17 104%
$SAUC Diversified Restaurant Holdings, Inc $2.83 102%

NASDAQ Penny Stocks List 2017

1. Pulmatrix Inc

Biotech is one of the hottest parts of the stock market. There are dozens of winners coming out of this space, not all of them expensive. Pulmatrix Inc (NASDAQ:(PULM),

PULM stock chart

2. Cancer Genetics Inc

Despite widespread advances in smartphone technology, we haven’t cracked the code on real problems in society. Like cancer, for instance. Cancer is still one of the hardest diseases to deal with, yet our technology doesn’t seem to be getting better at addressing it. Cancer Genetics Inc (NASDAQ:(CGIX)

CGIX stock chart

3. Galectin Therapeutics Inc

Didn’t I tell you that biotech is a hot sector? Galectin Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ:(GALT) is third on our list of NASDAQ penny stocks

GALT stock chart

4. Pingtan Marine Enterprise Ltd

Pingtan Marine Enterprise Ltd (NASDAQ:(PME) is just about as far away from biotech as you can imagine. It is a U.S.-listed fishing company based out of China.

PME stock chart

5. Pieris Pharmaceuticals Inc

Okay, one stock was enough of a break. Back to biotech. Pieris Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:(PIRS) has a slate of opportunities in immunology-related products

PIRS stock chart

6. Wecast Network Inc

Wecast Network Inc (NASDAQ:(WCST) is a Chinese conglomerate that’s ostensibly a media company. However, it encompasses a full range of weird businesses,

WCST stock chart

7. Internap Corp

Of all the penny stocks in the technology sector, Internap Corp (NASDAQ:(INAP) is probably the least headline-worthy.

INAP stock chart

8. Highpower International Inc

As a maker of industrial batteries, Highpower International Inc (NASDAQ:(HPJ) should write Elon Musk a check. The Tesla Inc-billionaire has elevated the entire battery industry by building his giant “Gigafactory”

HPJ stock chart

9. ImmunoGen, Inc.

Yes, ImmunoGen, Inc. (NASDAQ:(IMGN) is another biotech stock. It partners with leading firms like Amgen, Roche, and Novartis to provide novel treatments for cancer patients, which is a story that might sound familiar by now.

IMGN stock chart

10. Diversified Restaurant Holdings, Inc

Have you ever eaten at a Buffalo Wild Wings? Well, then you’ve contributed to the earnings beast that is Diversified Restaurant Holdings, Inc (NASDAQ:(SAUC).

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Best Bid/Ask N/A / N/A
1 Year Target 242.5
Today’s High /Low  / 
Share Volume
50 Day Avg. Daily Volume 6,005,320
Previous Close $ 295.46
52 Week High/Low $ 327.6599 / $ 178.19
Market cap $ 50,629,199,857
P/E Ratio NE
Forward P/E(1y) NE
Earnings Per Share (EPS) $ -4.77
Annualized dividend N/A
Ex Dividend Date N/A
Dividend Payment Date N/A
Current Yield 0 %
Beta 0.74
NASDAQ Official Open Price $ 298
Date of Open Price May 5, 2017
NASDAQ Official Close Price $ 308.35
Date of Close Price May 5, 2017
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General Motors 33.77 0.62 1.87% 9.07%
Tesla 249.96 3.84 1.56% 30.23%
Toyota Motor 109.91 0.75 0.68% 7.79%
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Buz Investors repeat of 1929 stockmarket America should brace for a final blow-off surge in stock markets akin to the last phase of the dotcom boom or the "Gatsby" years of the Roaring Twenties, followed by a cathartic crash and day of moral judgment, according to a Nobel prize-winning economist

BUZ INVESTORS Nasdaq closes at a record high   U.S. stocks closed higher Thursday ahead of major tech company earnings.

The Dow Jones industrial average and the S&P 500 struggled to hold opening gains, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq composite closed at a record high.

Comcast, PayPal and Amazon.com were among the greatest contributors to gains in the Nasdaq.



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Ahead of the open, NBCUniversal parent Comcast reported better-than-expected quarterly profit of 53 cents per share and revenue also above forecasts. Shares climbed nearly 4 percent, tracking for their best day since Feb. 3, 2016

Information technology was among the top S&P 500 performers, while energy was the worst, dropping more than 1 percent as oil prices fell about 2 percent on oversupply concerns.

 

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BUZ INVESTORS GRWC Wayne Zallen Nasdaq MarketSite Interview  Grow Condos, Inc. ( OTCQB : GRWC ), a fully reporting publicly traded company specialized in cannabis industry related “Condo” style real estate and turn-key grow facilities, is pleased to announce that following the Company’s “Smoke on the Water” acquisition, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, Wayne Zallen was Interviewed at Nasdaq MarketSite at Times Square by Jill Malandrino, Markets Reporter, where he was able to present insight into the Company’s unique position in the industry and corporate vision. The interview can be viewed in its entirety at the NASDAQ site shortly.

Mr. Zallen introduced the Company with a brief overview, reflecting on the various segments of the Company, particularly the corporate real estate division, branding services and financial Services. He proceeded to comment on the statistic revealing that 1 in 5 people or approximately 20% of the US population reside in a legal marijuana state, highlighting market potential for the building of a national footprint. Furthermore, he proceeded to share, based on the Company’s recent “Smoke on the Water” acquisition, that management envisions the building out of a growing number of cannabis friendly destinations. Activities would include yoga, massage, spiritual themes, and amenities would include a general store and the leasing of a dispensary on the property.

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In response to an inquiry regarding the Company’s advancement strategy, Mr. Zallen shed light on his ideas regarding the advantage of growth through acquisition. He stated: “The RV industry is very fragmented; full of mom and pop operators, that are basically trading around 3-5% EBITDA, and we’re basically thinking that we can grow this to about 20% EBITDA plus land value. So we see a very fast way to grow our top line in this industry.”

Upon conclusion, in response to Jill’s inquiry regarding his foresight in the political realm and the long-term outlook, he stated: “None of us know what is going to happen with the Trump Administration; that being said, I do think that what’s going on in the industry is that the states that do have legal Marijuana are enjoying the tax benefits from that. I don’t think that they are going to want to see those tax revenues stop. I also think that other states right now are looking at the legal states and thinking that they might want a piece of that pie.” He concluded by eluding to the fact that the analyst projections point to a 50 Billion dollar industry by 2020, giving the Company the ability to develop a substantial national footprint.

Nasdaq MarketSite delivers up-to-the-minute news, break-out events and worldwide media coverage that build knowledge, value and brands. Nasdaq is built strategically around four complementary business segments — Tech, Trade, Intel and List, that guide clients as they pursue opportunities to create, or maximize value in the world’s capital markets. Nasdaq provides the infrastructure, tools and strategic insights tailored for the capital-market opportunities of today and the expectations of tomorrow.

Grow Condos, Inc. recently announced the successful acquisition of one of the territory’s privately owned nature rich vacation spots, Lake Selmac Resort & RV Park, situated in the picturesque heart of Southern Oregon. Located just 20 miles south of Grants Pass, Oregon and 2.5 miles east of the Redwood Highway (Hwy. 199) in Selma, Oregon, Lake Selmac Resort the peaceful exclusive property currently facilitates Fishing, Swimming, Boating, and in addition to RV parking, has Tent Camping & Cabin locations established for accommodation. To view more regarding the property, visit: http://www.lakeselmac.com. Shareholders will be kept updated as events continue to unfold.

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On Monday, there wasn’t much economic news, however, Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said the Fed should hike the pace of interest rates this year, warning that inflation may accelerate. U.S. 10 year Treasury notes yielded 2.38%. Markets were mostly down, however, the Nasdaq composite rose slightly to close at a record high.

On Tuesday, the JOLTS job report for November rose a little over 1% to 5.52 million job openings and the NFIB small business optimism index jumped 7.4 points in December to 105.8, its highest level since December of 2004. Once again, markets didn’t do much, but the Nasdaq composite rose to close at a record high.

On Wednesday, the EIA petroleum status report for the week ending January 6th saw crude oil inventories rise 4.1 million barrels. Biotech stocks dropped after President-elect Trumpmade negative remarks about the drug industry, however, later in the afternoon a recovery enabled the Nasdaq composite to close at a record high. Investors watched as Trump’s nominee for secretary of State Rex Tillerson testified at his confirmation hearing, and speculation continued on how a Trump administration’s policies will impact markets.

On Thursday, jobless claims for the week ending January 7th rose 10,000to 247,000. Import prices for December rose .4% compared to the previous month’s .2% decline, and export prices rose .3%, compared to the prior month’s .1% drop.

On Friday, the producer price index for December rose .3%, and retail sales jumped .6%. Now let’s take a look at some stocks.

Mars Incorporated, well-known for its candy, announced this week that it will acquire the pet health company, VCA Inc. in a deal valued at $9.1 billion. The acquisition is expected to close in the third quarter, subject to shareholder and regulatory approval. In the statement, Mars will acquire all of VCA’s shares for $93 per share, including outstanding debt of $1.4 billion. The price paid represents a premium of around 31% over VCA’s closing price on January 6, 201

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On Monday, there wasn’t much economic news, however, Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said the Fed should hike the pace of interest rates this year, warning that inflation may accelerate. U.S. 10 year Treasury notes yielded 2.38%. Markets were mostly down, however, the Nasdaq composite rose slightly to close at a record high.

On Tuesday, the JOLTS job report for November rose a little over 1% to 5.52 million job openings and the NFIB small business optimism index jumped 7.4 points in December to 105.8, its highest level since December of 2004. Once again, markets didn’t do much, but the Nasdaq composite rose to close at a record high.

On Wednesday, the EIA petroleum status report for the week ending January 6th saw crude oil inventories rise 4.1 million barrels. Biotech stocks dropped after President-elect Trumpmade negative remarks about the drug industry, however, later in the afternoon a recovery enabled the Nasdaq composite to close at a record high. Investors watched as Trump’s nominee for secretary of State Rex Tillerson testified at his confirmation hearing, and speculation continued on how a Trump administration’s policies will impact markets.

On Thursday, jobless claims for the week ending January 7th rose 10,000to 247,000. Import prices for December rose .4% compared to the previous month’s .2% decline, and export prices rose .3%, compared to the prior month’s .1% drop.

On Friday, the producer price index for December rose .3%, and retail sales jumped .6%. Now let’s take a look at some stocks.

Mars Incorporated, well-known for its candy, announced this week that it will acquire the pet health company, VCA Inc. in a deal valued at $9.1 billion. The acquisition is expected to close in the third quarter, subject to shareholder and regulatory approval. In the statement, Mars will acquire all of VCA’s shares for $93 per share, including outstanding debt of $1.4 billion. The price paid represents a premium of around 31% over VCA’s closing price on January 6, 2017.

Canadian manufacturer of branded clothing, Gildan Activewear, Inc. (NYSE: GIL) rose over 3% after the company successfully acquired American clothing manufacturer and retailer, American Apparel in a bankruptcy auction for $88 million in cash. Under the deal, Gildan will obtain the intellectual property rights associated with the American Apparel brand and manufacturing equipment. The company, will not buy any of the 110 American Apparel retail stores.

Shares of oncology company, ARIAD Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARIA) skyrocketed well over 70% after being bought out by Takeda Pharmaceuticals. The deal, worth $5.2 billion, involved Takeda paying ARIAD shareholders $24 per share in cash, and is expected to close before the end of the month as both boards have signed the deal.

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. (NYSE: VRX) agreed to sell three skin care brands and its Dendreon cancer business for about $2.1 billion, a move that will help the company ease its debt burden. The three skin-care brands CerAve, AcneFree and Ambi were purchased by L’Oreal SA for $1.3 billion and the Chinese conglomerate Sanpower Group Co. will pay about $820 million for the Dendreon Pharmaceuticals unit. Shares of Valeant rose over 10% after the announcement.

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US EQUITIES: DOW JONES DOWN; S&P500, NASDAQ BANKING PROFITS

US EQUITIES: DOW JONES DOWN; S&P500, NASDAQ BANKING PROFITS

US EQUITIES: DOW JONES DOWN; S&P500, NASDAQ BANKING PROFITS

US EQUITIES: DOW JONES DOWN; S&P500, NASDAQ BANKING PROFITS

On Friday’s closing trading session, the Dow Jones traded at 19885.73, down -0.03% on the day, having posted a daily high at 19952.03 and low at 19849.38. Then, the S&P500 traded at 2274.64, up +0.18% on the day, having posted a daily high at 2278.68 and low at 2271.51. Finally, the Nasdaq traded 5574.12, up +0.48% on the day, having posted a daily high at 5584.26 and low at 5557.57.

CNBC reports on the current stock market dynamics in the US, “The chairman and CEO of the world’s largest asset management company, with $5.1 trillion in assets under management, said he could paint a bullish scenario or a more cautious scenario for U.S. stocks based on the execution of Trump’s policies.”

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“The wildcard, according to Fink, would be how quickly Trump’s pro-growth policies — such as tax cuts — get adopted, and how ambitious they turn out to be. There’s not enough information yet, he added.”

“Other factors to consider, Fink said, are whether those policies significantly increase the federal deficit or heighten tensions with key trading partners, which would be headwinds for stocks.”

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