Low-Priced Stocks

A low-priced stock, or “penny stock,” generally refers to a stock issued by a company that’s valued at less than $5 per share.

Investing in low-priced stocks is considered speculative and involves considerable risk.

Check out the Low-Priced Securities Disclosure and the Investments You Can Make on Robinhood for more information.

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