Here are three top penny stocks I think could deliver excellent long-term shareholder returns. This is why they’re on my Stocks and Shares ISA shopping list today.

A penny stock for the construction boom

The homes shortage that’s driving prices in the UK through the roof (so to speak) isn’t confined to our corner of Europe. Naturally, this means homebuilders on the continent need to get frantically building too. And this plays into the hands of SIG, a building products supplier with operations in Northern and Eastern Europe.

This penny stock’s share price just spiked to 14-month peaks around 47p per share. And I reckon it can keep rising as it recovers from 2020’s washout (like-for-like sales rose 4% in the last three months of last year). That said, there’s a risk the Covid-19 ‘third wave’ sweeping across Europe could snap off these green shoots of recovery.

A golden

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Let’s do the Conga – showcase one of the most popular Salesforce AppExchange products – Chengappa Buttiyanda

In this session we’ll discuss,

Come join us to showcase one of the most popular Salesforce AppExchange products – CONGA!


  • Intro – 5 Mins
  • Product Features and capabilities: Digital Documents – 10 mins
  • Use Case Demonstration: The Evolution of the Solution—2 Use cases and the advantage of having conga over other products. —20 mins
  • Q&A – 10 mins

Venue : Online
Date : 12/May/2021
Time : 5.00PM AEST / 3.00PM SGT / 12.30PM IST

Also, stand a chance to win Certification Voucher & SWAG’s From Conga


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If you want to market your property for rent or sale, you need an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). But how much does an EPC cost, and what’s the process for getting one? Here’s a rundown of what you should know. 


What is an EPC? 

An EPC is proof of a property’s energy efficiency. It’s broken down into a few sections. 

Estimated energy costs

The EPC estimates how much it costs to run utilities, like lighting and heating. It also estimates the cost of running hot water.

To be clear, these costs are just estimates. The real bills could be higher or lower. 

Energy efficiency rating

Properties receive a ‘ranking’ or score based on their current energy efficiency. The score runs from ‘A’ (very energy efficient) to ‘G’ (least energy efficient). This part of the EPC looks very much like the energy rating stickers you find on appliances like … Read more

Social proof is a necessity of every marketing strategy. The question is, what counts as a testimonial and what doesn’t? In this episode, you’re getting a look inside ELITE Coach, DM Certified Partner, and Founder and CEO of Joza Marketing Dave Albano’s Lab Workshop on how to build a testimonial machine. Hear Dave talk about how he’s been able to create a testimonial machine that drives traffic and conversions.

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The wave of new companies coming to the market continues apace. The latest new-stock-on-the-UK-block is re-commerce business musicMagpie. Trading of its shares began today on the (junior) AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. As someone who only very recently used its services and loves small-cap stocks, I’m keen to look into the investment case for the company. Should I buy MMAG shares today?

What is musicMagpie?

Founded in 2007, musicMagpie is a dream for anyone who likes to declutter. It specialises in “refurbished consumer technology“. It takes the stuff we no longer want — including smartphones, video games consoles, CDs and DVDs — and then sells it on. Previous owners get some fuss-free cash for their unwanted things and the company pockets the (often sizeable) difference between what it pays to acquire them and what it goes on to sell them for.

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