Where to find information on Penny Stocks
The prospectus is the most comprehensive source information about an IPO. It sets out where your investment money will be used, describes the capitalization, history and management of the company and describes the cash flow system of the company.
Trade confirmations contain a wealth of information. The confirmation will show basic information, such as number of shares, but will also indicate whether the transaction was agency or principal, was solicited or unsolicited (it will say “unsolicited” if you called your broker to place the order without your broker having tried in any way to get you to place the order) and, in the case of most pink sheet and non-NASDAQ National Market trades, provide the bid and ask at the time of execution of the transaction.
Manuals such as Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s have current financial information about companies, and most penny stocks are listed in the manuals.
Periodic reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission have updated information about companies that register with the SEC. The most common report is a “10-K”.
Your online stock broker will also be able to provide you with a lot of useful penny stock investing information.