The company keeps saying things are going well, but the stock doesn’t perform that way.

Lifeline Biotechnologies (or has the dubious distinction of being a Pink Sheet stock. What does that mean exactly? It means that for whatever reason it doesn

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  1. Scott says:

    I used to day trade in penny stocks, and let me tell you, if you want excitement, you’ve got it there. Well, I made quite a bit and then lost quite a bit. Even if you find a company you like, I can’t really recommend having a stock like this as anything more than say 10% of your portfolio. If you don’t mind losing the dough, then I guess it’s OK.
    Good luck with that stock. Let us know if it goes through the roof…

  2. James Trotta says:

    I think 10% is way too much for a single stock, even a blue chip. A penny stock? 1% or less.

  3. Gus says:

    Certainly sounds like a good investment. I would only do about 0.1% of my portfolio, however, as the potential of losing your initial stake is very high. But with that risk you have the enormous upside potential that a promising biotech can bring.

  4. kim says:

    I’m all for penny stocks if you take your time researching the company before investing. The good thing is that you don’t need to have a lot of money to start investing in that market. I do agree that it’s smart to start small until you have a good grasp in the penny stock market and how these companies thrive.

  5. Faye Becker says:

    I’m trying to find information about ATWL.PK – can you help?