June 17, 2010 10:43 ET

Premiere Penny Stocks Issues Investing Watchlist: BP p.l.c., DIRECTV, Nokia, and Sirius XM Radio, Inc.

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - June 17, 2010) - a leading source for value investing research, offers its stock alert newsletter to the investment community. PremierePennyStocks provides its subscribers with early information on cheap and under-valued stocks with the potential to deliver gains of 100% - 200% or more. In order to receive our FREE, comprehensive newsletter just sign up at

As our subscribers know, the stocks you buy are less important than when you buy them. This is the straightforward philosophy that drives Premiere Pennies in our search for the most promising and overlooked companies on the market today. Our team specializes in finding companies ripe for a profitable turnaround or a profitable run, and today announces four stocks to watch closely: BP p.l.c., DirecTV, Nokia, and Sirius XM Radio, Inc.

CEO Doug Suttles recently agreed to purchase 32 of the miracle oil-cleanup machines touted weeks ago by Kevin Costner. John Malone has stepped down as chairman at DirecTV and slashed his control over the company. Nokia admits yesterday that while the world has changed, they have failed to change with it. What could this mean for investors? Sirius announced yesterday that they will broadcast live play-by-play coverage of this years U.S. Open Golf Championship.

In addition to finding undervalued stocks, Premiere Pennies notifies subscribers to promising small cap, micro cap, and penny stock picks. These are companies which are mostly overlooked by the usual mainstream Wall Street advisors, and which have enormous gain potential. Such cheap stocks are the perfect match for investors seeking credible investments which do not require a million dollar outlay to enjoy substantial rewards.

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