BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- Many stocks trading under $5 have limited analyst coverage, so it's never a good sign for investors when a majority of researchers recommend dumping shares. Just as some under-$5 stocks react positively to favorable coverage, others can see their share prices negatively influenced by an analyst's bearish view. The following 10 U.S. stocks trade below $5 and have garnered the highest percentage of sell ratings from analysts (minimum three analysts covering the stock).10. Level 3 Communications (LVLT) is an integrated communications services provider. The stock is down more than 20% over the last 12 months. On May 6, Level 3 reported an adjusted first-quarter loss of 11 cents a share, matching the Thomson Reuters average estimate. Core network services (CNS) revenue fell 1% from a year ago, although it increased 15% from the fourth quarter.
Stocks Under $5 With the Most Sell Ratings
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