Hi Guys, I want to first say I have never traded OTC stocks and I know they in general have a bad reputation and it is rightfully earned. The difference between OTC and exchange traded stock is not a difference in the starting prices of the stock (dollars vs pennies) but a lack of disclosure. Sometimes companies that want your investment don't want you to know everything about their business. Ergo, making it a tricky and risky process to invest in companies, that might have great potential to become leading companies. Lets be honest, OTC is how many stocks get started. I want to show you a stock I have had my eye on -- QPSA . This stock traded for pennies in 2009 now its $12.70 a share. Its on online dating website for hispanic/latino persons. A dollar invested in this company in 2009 would have returned you 1000 today. What do you guys think of investing in a stock OTC for the long term on the potential of it becoming a great business? Should you put more weight on fundamentals? Is liquidity an issue in these types of stock (owning a large share and being unable to sell them quickly?). Let me know how you guys feel. Thanks!