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Trading OTC stocks is just like trading any other security but pay special attention to the volume, liquidity and spreads as they can be thinly traded. SEC document filing requirements are different too which adds another layer of risk. To learn more about investing in any market condition, sign up today for Online Trading Academy’s FREE workshop and get our Wall Street Insider Kit as a bonus.

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