Penny Stocks to Watch for October 2021
Last month, I talked about how to handle investment losses gracefully, reaping the hard lessons of the stock market as you re-assess your trading goals. Almost as important as coping with loss is the way you handle your successes.
If you have invested thoughtfully in a well-researched stock (or even if you've just encountered a real stroke of good luck), you may find yourself with more money than you know what to do with. This "victory lap" period can be an intensely dangerous time for investors, however. Many forget all the hard-won wisdom they've learned down the line and start throwing their money into any stock with an exciting story.
Instead of throwing caution to the wind, put even more of your time into due diligence. Trust your instincts, but stay cautious, avoid getting greedy, and keep a close eye on those fundamentals rather than the narrative a company's Investment Relations firm is selling.
Below, you'll find some updates on some intriguing and high-potential equities, as well as a few new ones I've been looking into. May they bring you even greater profits as you proceed along your investment journey.
Some of the set-ups I describe below may no longer be relevant or intact as of the time you read this article. Please conduct your own due diligence. Many stocks mentioned here were also discussed in the Peter Leeds Newsletter. Peter may own shares in some of the investments mentioned, in which case that fact will be clearly indicated. Please note that penny stocks are notoriously volatile.
First, Some Updates
BRF S.A. (BRFS)
I introduced BRF S.A. (BRFS) to readers of this column in September, and the ticker's activity since then has been nothing short of ridiculous. We're talking intense volatility here, just as I had predicted last month—but even I wasn't expecting this much of a rollercoaster.
The good news is that the bulls seems to have wrested control away from the bears, at least for now. As of the end of September, when I was writing this update, BRFS was ultimately up 8% over the past month and 12.35% over the past week—all on the back of zero news from the company itself.
I think it's likely that we'll see more volatility from this Brazilian food company, but I remain optimistic on its prospects given strong financial ratios and still-much-cheaper valuation than its peers. In particular, if it manages to climb above the $5.20 resistance level, BRFS shareholders could see some substantial gains ahead.
Sigma Labs, Inc. (SGLB)
In contrast to BRFS, Sigma Labs, Inc. (SGLB) had a hard September, heading up to $4 by the middle of the month but then careening downward again. This resulted in an overall 7.5% drop from the time I featured the stock in this column until the last few days of the month.
Basically, investors were mildly enthused by a contract win. However, the excitement wore off, and now Sigma Labs stock is stuck at around $3.15 levels.
Despite my disappointment that its initial climb wasn't more sustainable, I believe that it's too early to give up on SGLB. The earnings per share (EPS) figures are simply too excellent to ignore (65% growth this year, 35% growth projected for next year), and the balance sheet is rock-solid.
In addition, with 80% of manufacturers purportedly looking to increase their use of 3D printing technologies, Sigma Labs could be a major winner over the next year.
Entravision Communications Corporation (EVC)
Since I included Entravision Communications Corporation (EVC) in the June 2021 edition of my "Penny Stocks to Watch" column, it's had a fantastic run from around $4.73/share to a peak of $8.11 at the beginning of September. (That's an approximately 70% theoretical profit for readers.) Even at its current price of $7.11, shareholders are looking pretty smart right now.
In my opinion, Entravision's penny stock days are likely behind it, barring some catastrophic event. Its moving averages are pointing to a "Strong Buy" signal, and its relative strenth index (RSI) has returned to normal (i.e., not overbought) levels.
One potential issue is that EVC is doing SO well—as with, for example, its consolidated adjusted EBITDA ascending 932% over the prior-year period, as of the second quarter of 2021—that it will be difficult for the stock to continue hitting this momentum.
The kind of triple-digit revenue and EPS that Entravision is seeing could turn into what Wall Street analysts call "tough comps," meaning the stock may struggle to return to its previous highs and skittish investors could consequently abandon it if/when its results grow less exciting.
While I believe it's highly possible that EVC will continue to climb by at least 20% more over the next few months or so on the back of its global expansion plans, it looks for now as if it may be taking a breather. Lower entry points may be ahead, so watch this one closely.
Some New Ones
PaySign, Inc. (PAYS)
PaySign, Inc. (PAYS) is undoubtedly one of the strangest penny stocks I've come across in my many years combing through these low-priced equities. It quite literally deals in "blood money," providing prepaid gift cards to American plasma donation centers, which subsequently use them as incentives to bring in potential donors.
The blood garnered from American donation centers is often sold to pharmaceutical companies and then used in medical treatments for hemophilia and autoimmune disorders, as well as for chemotherapy. Two-thirds of the global blood supply comes from the United States, and sales of blood plasma products come to around $25 billion per year.
In 2020, plasma donations in the U.S. dropped around 20%, and PaySign's revenue suffered given that it makes money from the fees on its prepaid cards. As of the end of 2020, the group's sales had plummeted around 30% on an annual basis. Meanwhile, the world is facing a shortage of many important plasma-based medications, without which people will most certainly die.
Even though the delta variant is still a major concern, there are many signs that PaySign's plasma business will recover in 2021 and 2022. (In fact, the company says that donations are already recovering significantly on a month-to-month basis.) The government stimulus will end or has already ended in most states; childcare has opened back up; and people who are afraid of contacting COVID are likely already double-vaccinated.
The company is therefore expecting a large resurgence of business in the third quarter of 2021 and beyond, to the tune of "a range of $29 million to $32 million, reflecting growth of 20% to 32%, and adjusted EBITDA of $350,000 to $1.9 million," per management's comments in the second quarter 2021 earnings call.
This represents tremendous upside potential for PaySign, in my opinion, and combined with a strong balance sheet and price-to-free cash flow (P/FCF) ratio of 5.04, I believe that the company is almost certainly undervalued.
Alto Ingredients, Inc. (ALTO)
Alto Ingredients, Inc. (ALTO) is a penny stock right now, but I don't expect it to stay that way for very long. Not with projected EPS growth next year at 71.54% and a forward price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 5.32, both of which suggest that 2022 will be an excellent year for ALTO shareholders. And not with—in my opinion—a recession-proof suite of products involving "specialty alcohols," which are used in such diverse (and in some cases essential) goods as cosmetics, cleaning products, pharmaceuticals, animal feed, pet food, and biodiesel feedstock.
Like many of its low-priced peers, ALTO is a turnaround story. Despite its large roster of blue-chip clients—with household names like Chevron, Cargill, and Procter & Gamble among them—its five-year revenue history is dispiriting.
More recently, however, the company has been pivoting from an ethanol manufacturer to a specialty alcohols producer. Its sales have subsequently shot up over the past two quarters, climbing approximately 30% and 35%, respectively.
Unfortunately, Alto Ingredients' cost of goods sold (COGS) has also increased over those periods by roughly the same percentages. I believe that this is a necessary stage in ALTO's journey toward sustainable growth, however, as the group undertakes to transition its facilities toward producing specialty alcohols.
The full fruit of its turnaround may take a few more months to appear. But once potential shareholders get a load of all of ALTO's abundant potential, I think its prices may skyrocket—and relatively soon, at that.
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Penny stocks are volatile and can generate catastrophic losses. Price levels in this article are hypothetical and do not represent buy recommendations or investment advice. Keep in mind that it's your responsibility to make trading decisions through your own skilled analysis and risk management.
Peter Leeds is the author of several books, including the international bestseller, "Penny Stocks for Dummies." He and his team also issue a newsletter devoted exclusively to penny stock picks and analysis, as well as a popular YouTube channel PeterLeedsPennyStocks.
Top Tech Penny Stocks for Q4 2021
The technology sector consists of businesses that develop, build, and market consumer electronics, electronic components, and software. Companies in the tech sector may also provide information technology (IT) services such as cloud computing. While the best-known companies are giants like Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Microsoft Inc. (MSFT), there also are tech businesses that are classified as penny stocks. Penny stocks typically trade at $5 per share or less. Investing in penny stocks can be especially risky and may entail higher trading costs. Investors should therefore be careful when considering whether to invest in these or similar securities.
There is no widely-used benchmark for tech penny stocks, and their performance has varied significantly over the past 12 months. However, the Invesco S&P SmallCap Info Tech ETF (PSCT) provides a general indicator for tech penny stocks. PSCT has significantly outperformed the broader market in the past year, providing a 1-year trailing total return of 67.4% compared with 35.1% for the Russell 1000 Index. These market performance numbers and all statistics in the tables below are as of Sept. 16, 2021.
Here are the top three tech penny stocks with the best value, the fastest growth, and the most momentum, respectively.
Best Value Tech Penny Stocks
These are the tech penny stocks with the lowest 12-month trailing price-to-sales (P/S) ratio. For companies in early stages of development or industries suffering from major shocks, this can be substituted as a rough measure of a business's value. A business with higher sales could eventually produce more profit when it achieves, or returns to, profitability. The price-to-sales ratio shows how much you're paying for the stock for each dollar of sales generated.
|Best Value Tech Penny Stocks|
|Price ($)||Market Cap ($M)||12-Month Trailing P/S Ratio|
|Exela Technologies Inc. (XELA)||2.06||296.7||0.1|
|SOS Ltd. (SOS)||2.66||497.8||0.5|
|TD Holdings Inc. (GLG)||0.75||74.6||0.5|
- Exela Technologies Inc.: Exela Technologies is a business process automation company. It offers software and services for accounting, human resources management, and other services. On Sept. 1, 2021, the company announced that it had completed its $150 million at-the market equity program, announced on June 30. As of Aug. 1, this helped to provide Exela with an expanded liquidity position of over $200 million.
- SOS Ltd.: SOS Ltd. is a China-based holding company. Through subsidiaries, SOS offers financial services, including consumer credit, emergency rescue services, as well as insurance products. The company provides a consumer lending marketplace for customers in China.
- TD Holdings Inc.: TD Holdings is a China-based holding company engaged in the car rental and commodity trading business, and provides related supply chain management services. Its principal business is commodity trading, primarily of non-ferrous metal products. In July, the company announced that it had entered a trade cooperation agreement with the management committee of the Yangpu Economic Development Zone. Through the partnership, TD Holdings planned to launch its commodity trading business in the Zone and would receive preferential policies including tax relief, financial support, and rental subsidies.
Fastest Growing Tech Penny Stocks
These are the tech penny stocks with the highest year-over-year (YOY) sales growth for the most recent quarter. Rising sales can help investors pick out growing startups that have not yet reached profitability. In addition, earnings per share can be significantly influenced by accounting factors that may not reflect the overall strength of the business. However, sales growth can also be potentially misleading about the strength of a business, because growing sales on money-losing businesses can be harmful if the company has no plan to reach profitability.
|Fastest Growing Tech Penny Stocks|
|Price ($)||Market Cap ($M)||Revenue Growth (%)|
|Future FinTech Group Inc. (FTFT)||2.34||164.0||1,610|
|PowerBand Solutions Inc. (PBX.V)||CA$1.22||CA$226.8||1,050|
|Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions Inc. (AITX)||0.04||143.8||784.9|
- Future FinTech Group Inc.: Future FinTech Group is a China-based blockchain e-commerce company. The company provides an online shopping platform, incubator for blockchain-based applications projects, and a cross-border e-commerce platform.
- PowerBand Solutions Inc.: PowerBand Solutions is a Canada-based automotive technology provider. The company provides a cloud-based auction and finance portal platform for transactions among consumers, dealers, funders and manufacturers. For Q2 2021, the company reported that its net loss narrowed YOY as revenue rose. . PowerBand attributed the revenue performance to industry acceptance of its DRIVRZ lease origination software, which is driving strong sequential growth.
- Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions Inc.: Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions provides mobile electronic services, including AI and robotics solutions. The company offers after-market upgrades for electronics, audio, and video for automobiles, boats, and recreational vehicles.
Tech Penny Stocks with the Most Momentum
These are the tech penny stocks that had the highest total return over the last 12 months. Stocks with returns in excess of 3,500% have been excluded as outliers.
|Tech Penny Stocks with the Most Momentum|
|Price ($)||Market Cap ($M)||12-Month Trailing Total Return (%)|
|Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp. (ACDC.CX)||CA$0.26||CA$102.7||2,450|
|DMG Blockchain Solutions Inc. (DMGI.V)||CA$1.06||CA$174.7||1,080|
|Netlist Inc. (NLST)||4.83||1,085||955.9|
|S&P SmallCap Info Tech ETF (PSCT)||N/A||N/A||67.4|
- Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies Corp.: Extreme Vehicle Battery Technologies is a Canada-based blockchain and battery technology company. The company provides battery management systems for the electric vehicle and energy storage solution markets. On Sept. 14, the company announced that its common shares had become eligible for electronic clearing and settlement through the Depository Trust Company in the U.S. The company's shares are available on the OTCQB Exchange under the ticker CRYBF.
- DMG Blockchain Solutions Inc.: DMG Blockchain Solutions is a Canada-based cryptocurrency and blockchain company. It provides a platform focused on mining public blockchains and using blockchain technology to address fraud and other issues in supply chains.
- Netlist Inc.: Netlist builds and sells memory subsystems. The company provides products to the server, high-performance computing and communications markets. The company also designs custom semiconductor logic devices, which are integrated into its memory subsystems. For Q2 2021, ended July 3, the company reported net income of $27.8 million compared with a net loss in the prior-year quarter. Net sales grew about 500% YOY. Strong product sales and the execution of a comprehensive licensing agreement with SK hynix Inc. drove this growth.
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These 5 multibagger penny stocks have given up to 300% return in 2021
Home >Markets >Stock Markets >These 5 multibagger penny stocks have given up to 300% return in 20213 min read.Updated: 09 Oct 2021, 11:28 AM IST Edited By Asit Manohar
- Multibagger stocks 2021: Nifty gave around 27.65 per cent return in Year to Date (YTD) time whereas some penny sugar scrips have turned to multibagger penny stocks in this period
Multibagger stocks 2021: Amid participatory rally witnessed recently at Indian stock market, a good number of large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap stocks have entered list of multibagger stocks in 2021. This list includes some penny stocks too. While Nifty gave around 27.65 per cent return in Year to Date (YTD) time, some penny sugar stocks have turned to multibagger penny stocks in this period. This could happen because of the soaring sugar prices in the global markets and Government of India's (GoI's) latest blended ethanol program. That's why sugar stocks have remained bulls’ favourite throughout the year.
Here we list out 5 multibagger penny stocks form the sugar industry:
1] Bajaj Hindusthan Sugar: The multibagger penny stock has been bull's favourite in the last one month as the multibagger share price surged from ₹14.50 to ₹16.60 apiece — giving around 14.50 per cent return to its shareholders in this period. In 2021, this sugar stock price has gone up from ₹6.15 to ₹16.60 per share levels — logging around 170 per cent raise in this time-horizon. However, if we look at the share price history of this sugar stock, its lifetime closing high is ₹455.35 apiece, which means at one point of time, it wasn't a penny stock. It witnessed sharp correction from April 2006 and by October 2008; its price came down into double digit. In April 2018, its price came further down into single digit.
2] Dharani Sugars & Chemicals: This multibagger penny stock of 2021 has yielded around 11 per cent in last one month whereas it shot up from ₹6.40 to ₹21.05 apiece in last 6 months — logging around 230 per cent rise in this period. In Year to Date time, this penny sugar stock went up from ₹5.70 apiece to ₹21.05 per share levels — registering around 270 per cent raise in this time-horizon. As per the history of this share, it used to quote in triple digit in 2009. But, witnessed sharp correction in December 2009 and its price came down into double digit in January 2010. However, the fall continued further and the sugar stock hit single digit levels in May 2019.
3] KM Sugar Mills: This penny sugar stock has given 12.50 per cent return in lat one moth whereas in last 6 months, its prices have shot up from ₹12.50 to ₹28.30 apiece — yielding around 125 per cent in this period. In YTD time or in 2021, this sugar price has surged from ₹11.90 to ₹28.30 per share levels — giving around 135 per cent return to its shareholders in this period.
4] Simbhaoli Sugars: This multibagger penny stock price has shot up from ₹26.15 to ₹31.20 per stock levels in lat one month — logging around 19.50 per cent return in this period. The stock went up from ₹7.65 apiece to ₹31.20 per share mark in last 6 months — rising around 305 per cent in this period. However, in 2021, this sugar stock has delivered around 295 per cent return to its shareholders as its share price went up from ₹7.90 to ₹31.20 in this time-horizon.
5] Shree Renuka Sugars: This multibagger penny stock has risen from ₹26.15 to ₹30.15 levels in last one month — registering around 15 per cent rise in this period whereas in last 6 months, its share price has shot up from ₹10.75 to ₹30.15 per stock levels — yielding 180 per cent in this period. In 2021, Renuka Sugar share price surged from ₹11.85 to ₹30.15 apiece — logging 152 per cent rise in this period.
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Top performing penny stocks of 2021 so far
It’s because they trade at lower prices and investors believe they can buy a huge chunk of shares.
One other factor supporting them is low liquidity. They have less tradable shares at the bourses when compared with other category stocks.
And also, since penny stocks offer high returns in a short span of time, investors with high risk profile opt for them.
In the past couple of months, there were several penny stocks which went on to deliver multi-fold returns in a short span of time.
Here are six penny stocks which have turned into a 10 bagger, i.e., which have given over 1,000 returns since the start of 2021.
#1 Adinath Textiles (1,952%)
Adinath Textiles share price has delivered 1,952% returns since the start of this year.
This microcap company’s share stood at ₹1.71 on 1 January 2021. Today, it trades at ₹35.09.
The stock rose to its all-time high of ₹35.09 on the BSE yesterday.
For the year ended March 2021, Adinath Textiles has reported a 557.1% rise in bottomline to ₹3.2 m.
What’s interesting is the company has recorded zero sales in last five quarters.
Its profit in the latest June 2021 quarter stood at ₹2.3 m, a rise of 360% against ₹0.5 m in the same period last year.
But how is this company earning profits without any revenues? Well, it has been able to log profit on the back of other income which stood at ₹5.4 m.
Adinath Textiles is a textiles-focused company with 4,800 spindles installed. The company has invested in cutting-edge machinery from (SAVIO) Italy and NSC (France).
Lately, textile stocks are in favour. The sector did suffer greatly in 2020 but it has recovered.
As of June 2021, promoters of the company hold 43.6% stake in the company. Check out its latest shareholding pattern.
#2 Flomic Global Logistics (1,821%)
The next company in this list is Flomic Global Logistics, which has delivered 1,821% returns since January 2021.
On 1 January 2021, the company’s shares were trading at ₹1.95 per share. Currently, they trade at ₹37.45 with a marketcap of ₹269.6 m.
This logistics services firm was earlier called Flomic Freight Services, which in November 2020 completed its amalgamation with Vinaditya Trading.
The combined entity is now called Flomic Global Logistics.
Flomic Global is engaged in activities auxiliary to financial intermediation. This class includes activities of financial advisers, mortgage advisers and brokers, bureaux de change (foreign exchange services) etc.
The company has a growth plan to expand into tier-2 and tier-3 cities in India to cater to exporters and importers who will be taking advantage of 'Make in India' initiative.
Moreover, the company is expanding its warehousing and third-party logistic activities to cater to the growing demand of customers.
The company has a total of 7.2 m shares out of which 72.5% are held by public and 27.5% by the promoters.
#3 Waaree Renewable Technologies (1,233%)
Remember we wrote to you about how Solar’s hot and India is on the cusp of a solar revolution as the Indian government plans to achieve 450 GW (gigawatts) of installed renewable capacity by 2030.
Well, Waaree Renewable Technologies seems to make the most of this theme as its shares have risen 1,233% since the start of this year.
Erstwhile known as Sangam Renewables, the company offers sustainable partnership by providing renewable energy solutions to industrial, institutional & commercial sectors, and improve their profitability through long-term renewable power supply.
The company started with assisting diversified financial services to MSMEs but later in 2016, ventured into renewable energy sector.
Mumbai-based Waaree is the largest solar PV module manufacturer in India. The company also provides solar energy solutions employing over 2,500 people globally. It owns the largest solar panel module manufacturing facility in India with a capacity of 2,000 megawatt.
India's investments in renewable energy have accelerated in recent years. Building a thermal power plant used to take more than 5 years. On the other hand, India is now setting up solar and wind farms in 2 years or less.
On 1 January 2021, the company’s shares were trading at ₹13.68 and at present, they trade at ₹182.30, a whopping rally of 1,233%!
Majority of the company's shares are owned by the promoters with only 25% available with the public.
#4 Available Finance (1,222%)
Available Finance is engaged in the business of non-banking finance.
Despite having zero sales in nearly most of its quarters, the company has been able to grow its net profit.
Trading at ₹6.67 back in January 2021, Available Finance shares now trade at ₹88.20 commanding a marketcap of ₹900 m.
#5 NMS Resources Global
Incorporated in 1986, NMS Resources Global earlier used to focus on food processing and commodity supply sector.
Now, the company has increased its business activities by addition of more business sectors such as contracting services like civil construction, pre-engineered buildings, skill development, financial consultancy, and engineering services.
It also provides exclusive supplies and marketing team for telecom provider companies.
The stock has delivered 1,215% gains since the start of this year.
#6 Steel Strips Infrastructure (1,134%)
Steel Strips Infrastructures is engaged in business of infrastructure, real estate, trading, and commission agency business.
The company has promoted, developed, and manages the SAB Mall in Noida. The shopping complex has been designed by world renowned Hafeez contractor.
From trading at ₹4.10 back in January 2021, the company’s shares have zoomed to ₹50.60.
Yesterday, shares of the company zoomed 5% to a new 52-week high of ₹55.90 but erased gains later to end 5% lower.
The company has reported negative return on equity (ROE) for three consecutive years.
Which other penny stocks have delivered stellar returns?
The penny stocks above delivered over 1,000% returns since the start of this year.
There are several such penny stocks which have delivered gains ranging from 400-900% since January 2021. Here are some of them.
Here are top penny stock gainers of 2021 whose marketcap stands above ₹20 bn.
How should one go about investing in penny stocks?
Penny stocks are inherently riskier than blue-chip or mid cap stocks.
On the brighter side, they present a huge growth potential. It’s not unusual for a good penny stock to turn a multibagger in a matter of months. But on the flipside, there is a high risk attached.
Not all penny stocks tend to be outperformers. That is the reason penny stocks are not recommended to those having a low risk profile.
The corpus that one sets aside for penny stocks should not be more than 5%-7% of the total money allocated towards equities.
Also, you need a very strong framework to separate the men from the boys in the penny stock universe. A framework that not only enables you to zero in on the right penny stock at the right price but also helps you avoid those big losers.
Happy Penny Stock Investing!
(This article is syndicated from Equitymaster.com)
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