Penny shares

At MoneyWeek, we’ve been a supporter of penny shares for more than a decade. Throughout that time we’ve published Red Hot Penny Shares and Penny Sleuth to help private investors get to grips with the FTSE small-cap and Alternative Investment Market (Aim) to find the best growth companies in the UK.

Although riskier and more volatile than other forms of investment, the capital growth potential of penny shares is large and exciting. With a small portion of your investment pot, it can be fun and rewarding to invest in a select group of penny shares. Here at MoneyWeek, we can show you ways to research and find the best growth companies in the UK.

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How to buy and sell penny shares

Small-cap stock expert David Thornton explains the ins and outs of investing in penny shares.

How to build your penny share portfolio

David Thornton outlines his simple rules for how private small-cap investors can manage their portfolio.

Where to find penny shares

David Thornton explains what penny shares are, and where to find small-cap stocks to invest in.

Latest articles on penny shares

Should you worry when a CEO leaves without reason?

One of David Thornton’s investment rules of thumb is that you must be wary when a CEO goes for no obvious reason.

How one marketing specialist makes money in a warzone

This newly listed marketing company could be an interesting long-term prospect for investors who like frontier markets, says David Thornton.

There’s good money in widgets

Filling a niche role is a great way for small companies to compete in crowded markets. David Thornton looks at one British small-cap company doing just that.

The Luis Suarez approach to banking regulation

When footballers break the rules, they are punished. When bankers do it, shareholders are punished. It’s time that changed, says David Thornton.

This corporate matchmaker helps companies find new ideas

This small-cap company aims to match its clients with academics and researchers hoping to identify the next big thing. It’s one to keep a close eye on, says David Thornton.

Valuing penny shares that don't make any money

David Thornton outlines some things to think about when valuing a company that has never made a profit and may never have made a sale.

Why the Pentagon needs this Aim-listed company

Data security has become a major concern for any organisation. David Thornton looks at one small-cap company that’s providing the solution.

This Aim share is cashing in on a global data trend

‘Photonics’ is a branch of technology that’s growing fast, and has huge long-term potential. This small-cap British engineer is in the forefront of the market, says David Thornton.

Why small-cap shares beat large

Returns from investing in successful small companies are consistently better than returns from investing in large companies. Small-cap expert David Thornton explains why, and how you can get in on the action.

This small British success story is taking on ‘big auto’

This niche engineer operates in a sector of the automotive industry that could reap huge dividends, says David Thornton. It’s well worth keeping an eye on.

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