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No matter how often someone tries to frame the subject, penny stocks are inherently risky. As the name suggests, these speculative investments are typically priced below a buck (although this isn’t a hard-and-fast rule). More importantly, they feature low volume and subterranean market capitalization due to their all-or-nothing nature.With the broader markets still under pressure due to the novel coronavirus, you’d assume the case for penny stocks would have died down. And in many cases, that’s exactly what happened. As valuations for virtually every sector declined at the onset of the global crisis, many gamblers took their money and ran.But as major U.S. indices have trekked their way northward following their March lows, penny stocks have also attracted attention. For one thing, the down and dirty side of this investing business may run on their own fundamentals. That could be advantageous in some respects, especially as rising coronavirus

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