Paramus NJ, the Paramus Police repot a missing person, possibly endangered: Kenneth Pinte, 20yo, male, 6’2”, 150 lbs, black hair, brown eyes, olive skin. Last seen on 4/18 wearing a white and red hoodie, black pants, black shoes, black backpack. Anyone with information should call the Paramus Police Department at 201-262-3400.
Paramus NJ, Mosquito Control is everyone’s responsibility; please do your part by preventing mosquitoes from breeding on your property. For more information on mosquitoes and mosquito control contact the Bergen County Mosquito Control Program at 201-634-2880 or 201-634-2881 and or visit our website at https://www.co.bergen.nj.us/mosquito-control.
Paramus NJ, It was a crazy scene at Bergen Town Center in Paramus where a parked car was seen crushed by another car.According to officials, nobody was inside the crushed car Tuesday at the center.Witnesses say the driver showed up about half an hour later crying.
Palisades Park NJ, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division on Civil Rights announced today that the Division has issued a Finding of Probable Cause (FPC) against a North Jersey real estate agency that allegedly failed to show a prospective renter an apartment on the basis of the renter’s national origin and spoken language.
KayMax Realty, Inc., the agency that handled the Bergen County rental unit, is listed as a Respondent in the Finding of Probable Cause along with the couple who owns the dwelling.
KayMax and the couple are accused of violating the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD) in 2018 by declining to rent a four-bedroom apartment to prospective tenant Anna Ceylan, who was seeking to move to New Jersey from New York City, and by making statements indicating that they would only rent to a person who was Korean or spoke Korean.
Lodi NJ, The Lodi Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance regarding a suspicious incident/possible kidnapping that occurred last night, 4/15/2019 at approx. 9:20 PM.
The Lodi Police received a 911 call of a possible kidnapping in the area of Summer and Autumn Streets (area behind the old K Mart). The caller stated that he heard a female yell “no get off me” and noticed a male grab her and put her into a white SUV. The vehicle was being operated by anothermale, which then drove off. The caller described the involved parties as:
Penny stocks are an enticing way to get into stocks because you don’t need that much to invest, but can still make a profit. But the stock game, and an exciting game at that, isn’t easy and you need to learn and study what it’s all about before you even think of trading. And like a game or sport, you want the odds to be in your favor to win.
Let’s first get our feet grounded a bit to know more about penny stocks.
What are penny stocks?
According to the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), the penny stock definition is any trading under $5.00 per share. The reason they’ve gained so much popularity over the years is because they’re cheap. Small traders don’t have the capital to invest in mega companies, so they invest in smaller companies. These stocks might require a different approach than other stocks. Penny stocks can also be risky and volatile. If the price is spiking high and low and moving quickly and/or erratically, the stock would be considered volatile. This can happen in a very brief time, sometimes in just hours or even minutes. For the record, this can either work for you or against you.
How risky is it?
Living is risky, especially if you tend to live haphazardly. No one is going to lie to you here and tell you penny stocks don’t come with their own risks, so you shouldn’t act haphazardly. But risk is just the nature of all stocks. So, we’ll give you some starting tips that you really need to follow to lessen your risks.
Trust no one:
It sounds cool that you got an inside tip from someone. But don’t take things at face value and check that tip up by yourself no matter who or where you got it from.
Check the company:
You need to know what to check for. It’s easy to present a business concept, but how well that company is doing is another story. How well are they and their growing market share expanding? Do they have solid intellectual property, as well as copyrights and trademark? Are they prepared for the long haul against competition? It can happen that you invest penny stocks in a struggling company that takes a surprising turn for the better. You need guidance on which companies are worth investing in and basically learn how to invest.
Start with paper trading:
If you really want to get good at penny stocks you can start with what is called paper trading. In this trading, you’re investing in real companies but with no money or make believe money; hence the name paper trading. You won’t lose a penny and at the same time hone your skills.
The answer to ‘can you make money with penny stocks?’ is always a yes. But you need to understand better the ins and outs of it and the different strategies used. You also need to learn more about patterns on the market and how to spot them. Your best way to make money is by applying the rules of general trading, and remain patient as well.
Palisades NJ, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo and Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced today the establishment of the North Jersey Regional Cold Case Task Force and the charging of a defendant in a 2005 cold case.
The Task Force, which originated as a joint effort between the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti and the New Jersey State Police under the direction of Colonel Patrick J. Callahan, has now expanded to include detectives from the Essex County and Passaic County Prosecutor’s Offices, and the Newark Police Department. It is dedicated to investigating and bringing closure to unsolved homicide and sexual assault cases in the three counties involved.
Trenton NJ, Senator Joe Pennacchio (R-26) released the following statement in response to reports that a summit attended by a number of prominent elected officials, including New Jersey’s own U.S. Senator Cory Booker, opened with chants praising convicted cop-killer Joanne Chesimard.
Pennacchio has been a vocal advocate for the return of Chesimard. He and fellow Senate Republican, Sen. Anthony Bucco (R-25) have long sponsored a State Senate resolution, SR-15, urging Chesimard’s extradition from Cuba.
Ridgewood NJ, In light of the recent tragedy in South Carolina, Assemblyman Kevin J. Rooney shares a few tips to keep in mind when using ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft. According to the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office, here are the steps you can take to ensure a safe ride: