The Penny Stock Egghead, Nathan Gold knows the red-hot penny shares and, more importantly, he knows when to buy them. Timing is the key to making the most of your penny stock investments. Like any experienced penny stock trader, Nathan Gold knows that most penny stock trades are worthless and wasteful. Instead of promising results with a nervous flurry of trades, Nathan Gold asks you to listen to his advice and make an average of one smart trade per week. These targeted trades are the result of good information about micro-cap stock companies and a lot of hard thinking about their futures.

Micro-cap stocks are attractive because of their unique ability to grow exponentially due to their small starting values. If a stock is worth 5 cents and then it increases in value just five more cents, then it has doubled its price. The same increase of five cents in an established stock worth hundreds of dollars per share does nothing for your portfolio. That is why penny stocks are a target of many get-rich-quick schemes.

However, the Penny Stock Egghead is not for people who want to get-rich-quick with no thinking or hard work. Nathan Gold informs his subscribers about penny stocks that are certain to see an upswing in their price. He does this with particular stocks and then counsels patience. Sometimes the right red-hot penny shares need weeks or even months to mature properly before being sold for incredible returns.

Not too long ago, Nathan Gold told his subscribers about a lighting technology company called AXTG. While it was only trading at 75 cents, he was certain that it was due for a breakout. An investor who put 1,000 into this stock at the time of Nathan Gold’s recommendation would have reaped a significant return in just two weeks when AXTG was trading at 3.47. That investor would have been holding stocks worth more than 4,600.

If the same investor had left just two thousand dollars in AXTG and invested the rest in International Gas and Oil Holding when Nathan recommended, then he or she would have seen an even bigger return over the next three months. At the time of Nathans recommendation, IGOH was trading at just two cents per share. A few months later, this still-modestly priced stock was trading at 25 cents. However, this meant that the investor who put a little more than 2,600 into the stock at two cents now held nearly 33,000 in stocks.

A series of similar investments followed. The Penny Stock Egghead advised that the best red-hot penny shares were those of a company that had suffered serious, but unwarranted, setbacks in its stock price in 2008. Certain that the fundamentals of the company were better than many thought, Nathan Gold recommended buying it. It returned more than fivefold and people who had been following Nathans advice would have made more than a million dollars off this advance.

The Penny Stock Egghead can tell you which penny shares to buy for making money with some thought and prompt action. Nathan Golds advice is thoughtful and targeted. If you subscribe you receive a 60-day, risk-free trial. There is no obligation to buy. But you deserve to know more information.