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ASYI Our Own Baby Facebook Stock

Posted by AlexaStock on March 25, 2012 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (1)

ASYI a fantastic stock started running last week Monday from .0013 on up to about $0.016, the stock looks to continue movement to the upside. On Friday there was another 8K released after the closing bell. We could see another massive run this week on this stock. With the scheduled IPO of Facebook next month don't be surprise to see this stock trading over $1.00 soon.

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ASYI is a Social Media stock, that helps you keep up with your friends birthday. ASYI is already intigrated with facebook, with many more features to be added in the near future. This stock is a reverse merger with using it to go public. This company will like a gold mine with so much potential of generating income from sponsors and ads being posted on the site. I ncourage each of you to go to the site and try sending a card to a friend who has a birthday today or anytimis week. It's a fun site for all to use and it's FREE. 


How to buy Penny Stocks

Posted by AlexaStock on November 6, 2010 at 5:55 PM Comments comments (0)


In order to buy penny stocks we need a small budget first. In today's economy a budget of $1,500 to $2,000 should be enough to get you started. It is obvious that you can't make something from nothing, so stop whining and go out there and start saving in order to invest.


Start looking for companies. You can use any Stock Screener to find companies that have charts available on there. In order for you to be able to analyze those charts you will need to learn Technical Analysis. There are books and guides available online as well as books stores and libraries.


Understand how stock market works, combine that knowledge with technical analysis find stocks that are selling low, buy them and sell them when they become high. It takes lots of practice and experience, that is why it is suggested to start investing fake money first and see how it goes. I wish you all the best investing.