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Acknowledging the inherent perils of penny stocks is paramount. These diminutive shares may appear enticingly economical, but proceed with caution – their fall may well be infinite. A select few, however, priced at under twenty-five cents, boast an auspicious analyst following, albeit amidst a sea of uncertainty. While one man’s opinion isn’t gospel, expert support, however singular, carries weight. In this intricate dance of risk and reward, some penny stocks may just surprise you – for better or for worse. If you’re a daredevil at heart, here are the low-priced equities to consider.

Cue Health (HLTH)

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Situated in San Diego, Cue Health (NASDAQ: HLTH) specializes in healthcare technology. Their portfolio includes diagnostic platforms catering to a broad spectrum of users – individuals, enterprises, healthcare providers, payors, and public health agencies. Notably, Cue Health also offers COVID-19 testing kits. Despite the allure of a 20-cent price tag, HLTH has plummeted almost 15% since the year’s commencement and a staggering 91% over the last year. Such sharp declines typify the precarious nature of penny stocks. Despite slight Q3 earnings improvements, Cue Health consistently underperformed earnings predictions in Q1, Q2, and Q4.

Analysts project Cue Health to report $71.53 million in sales by year-end and potentially escalate to $115.79 million by 2025, compared to last year’s $70.94 million revenue. With a consensus moderate buy rating and a 75-cent price target, HLTH could yield a 282% upside.

Americas Gold and Silver (USAS)

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Established in 1998, Americas Gold and Silver (NYSEAMERICAN: USAS) focuses on exploring, developing, and producing mineral assets across North America. Their interests span gold, silver, zinc, lead, and other byproducts. Notably, the company boasts 100% stakes in the CosalΓ‘ Operations, encompassing 67 mining concessions over 19,385 hectares in Sinaloa, Mexico.

While USAS shares receded by nearly 19% since January, experiencing a 54% slump in the past year, analysts remain sanguine. Following a robust Q4 2023 production quarter, where silver output surged to 580,000 ounces from approximately 380,000 ounces a year prior, sales for fiscal 2024 are forecasted to reach $115 million.

H.C. Wainwright’s Heiko Ihle endorses USAS with a β€œbuy” rating and an 80-cent target, implying a striking 294% growth potential, making it a compelling choice for intrepid traders.

Clinigence (NUTX)
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Established in 2011 and headquartered in Houston, Clinigence (NASDAQ: NUTX) functions as a network of micro-hospitals. These compact inpatient centers, as per the University of Southern California, exist on two to three-story buildings spanning 20,000 to 50,000 square feet.



High Risk, High Reward: A Deep Dive into NUTX Stock

High Risk, High Reward: A Deep Dive into NUTX Stock

The Rollercoaster Ride of NUTX Stock

Embarking on the journey of investing in NUTX stock is akin to boarding a rollercoaster without any safety harness. The stock has witnessed a tumultuous ride this year, with a staggering loss of nearly 52% since the beginning of the year, and a jaw-dropping plunge of over 91% in the past 52 weeks. This is not a voyage for the faint-hearted, to say the least.

The Bright Yet Skeptical Horizon

Analysts find themselves standing at the crossroads of intrigue and skepticism when it comes to NUTX stock. The company envisions sales of $316.2 million for fiscal 2024, coupled with a hopeful decrease in loss per share to just 1 cent for the year. Contrast this with the bleak scenario of 2022, where the loss per share stood at a daunting 67 cents, with revenue a paltry $219.29 million. The trajectory seems optimistic, but caution remains the buzzword.

Betting on Extreme Rewards

Within the landscape of penny stocks, NUTX shines as a beacon of both promise and peril. Amidst the muted chorus of analysts, Benchmark’s Bill Sutherland emerges as a solitary voice endorsing NUTX shares with a resounding β€œbuy” rating, accompanied by a bold $1 price target. An astronomical 938% upside potential is dangled like a carrot, tempting those who seek the thrill of extreme returns from their investments.

Penny Stocks and Prudent Caution

The allure of penny stocks is undeniable, akin to the alluring dance of sirens amidst treacherous waters. InvestorPlace offers a prudent reminder about the perils inherent in trading low-volume stocks with market caps under $100 million, a domain often frequented by scam artists and market manipulators. A cautious approach is advised, akin to navigating through a minefield, with vigilance as the shield against potential pitfalls.

On the date of publication, Josh Enomoto did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the InvestorPlace.com Publishing Guidelines.

A former senior business analyst for Sony Electronics, Josh Enomoto has helped broker major contracts with Fortune Global 500 companies. Over the past several years, he has delivered unique, critical insights for the investment markets, as well as various other industries including legal, construction management, and healthcare. Tweet him at @EnomotoMedia.


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