The Penny Stock Screener that I use

Personally, I use the google penny stock screener. I find it absolutely perfect for finding penny stocks. It is extremely flexible you should be able to find the type of stocks that you are looking for.

If you go to to google’s stock screener, you will end up with something like this infront of you:

google penny stock screener

To search for penny stocks you will need to click the “Add criteria” button. When you do this you will see something like this on your screen:

penny stock screener price

When you see this screen, click on the “Price” link, then click on “Last price”. After this click on the “Add criteria” button on the right.

google penny stock screen saver with price criteria

Now you should see the “Last price” option in the search criteria. You can enter the stock price range that you would like to see. If you want to see stocks priced between $0 and $5 enter these figures in the boxes. Alternatively, you can use the sliders between the two price boxes.

Once you have done this, you just need to scroll down to the bottom of the page in your browser and you will see the results like this.

Once you have these results, if a particular penny stock is to your liking you can then click on the link to the particular company for more details.

This particular penny stock screener is very customizable, you can search by many different criteria including valuations, dividends, financial ratios, operating metrics and much more.

The google stock screener is the one I use for penny stocks. Yahoo, Morning Star and MSN also have penny stock screeners too.