Posted on 17 January 2012.
Medical penny stocks are issued by some of the many new companies that are at the forefront of the latest medical advances and biotech inventions. These companies are often small and underfunded. While they are publicly traded, they do not meet the listing standards set by the stock exchanges and the Securities and Exchange Commission. These deficiencies are usually due to their insufficient assets and their failure to report sufficient information to the public.
The companies behind medical penny stocks, however, should not be ignored due to these flaws. The medical and biotech sectors of the economy are two of the most vibrant areas in a down market. The technologies and techniques produced by some of the newest medical businesses continue to revolutionize treatment and diagnosis of some of the most destructive diseases. These innovative corporations also work on life-extending technologies that could possibly earn them great financial interest in the future.
The company behind one of the hottest medical penny stocks right now is Allezoe Medical Holdings. This company is working at the leading edge of organ transport devices. Their specialization is not in the organ transplants themselves. Instead, Allezoe seeks to improve the critical stage of transplant which involves transport of donated organs. They have developed a device known as the Life Cradle, which includes a permanent platform for holding organs and a disposable component which actually comes into contact with donated organs.
Allezoe is like many other small, innovative medical companies. They are seeking to convince the medical world and their investors of the viability of their organ transplant device. If they are successful, Allezoe could be one of the many medical penny stocks to breakout in the near future and turn investors’ stakes into fortunes.
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