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Most stocks trading at below $5.00 are treated as Penny Stocks. But sometimes this is not the case as most commonly heard of penny stocks are well under .50 cents or even sub (below) penny prices.
How to Determine whether it is a penny stock or not:
1) Price per share: The lower the trading price is of the discussed security is the closer chance it is of being a penny stock. Remember trading at $5.00 and below.
2) Markets: Most common penny stock are traded on the Over The Counter Bulletin Board (OTC-BB), or Pink Sheet market. Penny stocks still trade on many other exchanges even the NYSE, or AMEX.
3) Market Capitalization: A Market Cap is the value of each stock multiplied by the number of stocks which are owned by the public (Outstanding Shares). This gives the trading value of the ENTIRE company. If this number is low, then it is most likely a penny stock.