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Three 3D Printing Stocks For Your Portfolio
Added On - 1/17/2018 4:34:47 PM
From heavy duty oil and gas equipment to making figurines of Richmond cult hero Dustin Martin, the use of 3D printing technology is boundless.
Smooth Driving For Connected Cars?
Added On - 1/11/2018 12:31:29 PM
Backed by car maker Ford, chat show host Larry King, a white rapper and a Bollywood songstress, Hear Me Out offers a 'hands-free' alternative to Facebook and Twitter. But not all automotive-related 'internet of things' plays have enjoyed smooth driving conditions.
Checking Up On Asthma Stocks
Added On - 12/19/2017 11:27:50 AM
The global asthma market is huge, but developing asthma prevention and management devices has hardly been a wheeze for the listed Adherium and Respiri. It doesn't help when some patients adopt a novel approach to usage.
Finding 'Fare' Value In Taxi Stocks
Added On - 12/14/2017 5:14:18 PM
An ASX newcomer is offering an exposure to both the taxi and ride share sectors at a time when listed stalwart Cabcharge is fighting back. Which stock represents the 'farest' value?
4 Auto Stocks Worth A Test Drive
Added On - 12/6/2017 5:50:44 PM
Such is the fragmented nature of the $10 billion car dealership industry that the biggest dealer chain - the Perth based Automotive Holdings - still only accounts for 6 per cent of the market.
Two Undiscovered Rare Earth Stocks
Added On - 11/30/2017 12:58:51 PM
While investors continue to enthuse about lithium, two mine developers are eyeing two little-known elements that commonly occur in mineralisation with the battery metal.
Molopo Shareholders Exchange Boardroom Blows
Added On - 11/22/2017 1:57:54 PM
In the case of the Molopo saga, there's been enough blood and gore of a corporate variety to do a Coen Brothers script proud.
Brawling At BPS Technology
Added On - 11/21/2017 3:56:30 PM
BPS stock is either a bargain, or cheap for a reason if the hostilities continue.
Two Small Caps Searching For Green Chemistry
Added On - 11/17/2017 12:44:30 PM
The common thread with Leaf and the soon to be listed Bio-gene is not just a greener approach to chemical processes. They also boast former long-serving Nufarm chief Doug Rathbone on their boards.
Pilbara Gold Rush Form Guide
Added On - 11/10/2017 3:28:36 PM
Like any self-respecting miner, Mike Jones experienced his Pilbara gold epiphany at the front bar of Kalgoorlie's Palace Hotel late one night during August's Diggers & Dealers bash.
Shining A Light On Altech Chemicals
Added On - 11/9/2017 1:33:34 PM
Altech plans to build a 4500 tonnes per annum processing plant in the Malaysian state of Jahor to convert the material, shipped from Fremantle, to high purity alumina.
ASX Exposure To Berkshire Hathaway
Added On - 11/3/2017 4:20:05 PM
Value conscious investment legend Warren Buffett would be proud of the listed investment company's rationale for not charging any base or performance management fees.
Is OBJ A Beauty?
Added On - 10/31/2017 4:11:40 PM
The biotech outfit has developed the world's first transdermal delivery system that improves the performance of products (such as cosmetics) delivered through the skin.
Universal Coal Overcomes Dual Headwinds
Added On - 10/27/2017 11:01:45 AM
With a powerful September quarter performance, the ASX-listed South African coal miner is defying both the investor gloom pervading the sector and fears that its home country is too risky a place to do business.
MGM Taps Into Wireless Future
Added On - 10/24/2017 6:19:37 PM
Adelaide based minnow MGM Wireless holds high hopes for its self-developed smart watch that targets the 4-12 year old set (or, more accurately, their safety conscious parents).
Hub24 Building Solid Platform
Added On - 10/20/2017 4:31:00 PM
The news that ANZ Bank will divest most of its wealth management arm to IOOF is sweet music to HUB24 chief Andrew Alcock, because it reflects how the banks are distracted in the all-important 'platform' sector.
Diverse Johns Lyng Eyes IPO
Added On - 10/18/2017 12:38:25 PM
The Johns Lyng group is well known in insurance circles for its restoration building businesses, but majority owner Scott Didier has built a wider web of enterprises than most folk would appreciate.
LatAm Autos At The Crossroads
Added On - 10/13/2017 3:07:54 PM
Carsales 'mini me' Latam has driven investors down the wrong road since listing three years ago, but after a strategic re-set the Latino car ads house looks to be headed in the right direction.
Elanor Sorts Out Who's Who In The Zoo
Added On - 10/11/2017 10:53:24 AM
Koalas will be off-limits at a proposed new zoo in Western Sydney - much to the relief of the incumbent facility.
Ocean Grown Abalone Dives Into ASX IPO
Added On - 10/6/2017 1:10:53 PM
An abalone grower is seeking to join the expanding ASX-listed seafood sector, but will it be a tasty morsel for investors?
Change Financial Quits Monkeying Around
Added On - 10/3/2017 1:31:16 PM
ChimpChange was never going to 'ape' the majors. To date, the company's funky moniker and logo has served it well in attracting US millennials to its debit Mastercard-based transaction product. The trouble is, the wider audience (including the investment community) are less fond of the simian shtick.
Stargroup Sees ATM Opportunity
Added On - 9/29/2017 12:55:12 PM
ATM operator Stargroup is hoping for a very nice withdrawal after the Big Four banks caved in on foreign ATM fees.
Two Small Caps With A 'Hire' Purpose
Added On - 9/22/2017 2:46:14 PM
After 'firing' the hero to zero dud 1-Page, investors again are backing recruitment stocks with a 'hire' purpose.
Merger The Ideal Packaged Solution
Added On - 9/20/2017 10:39:30 AM
Controlled by Anthony Pratt's brother in law Raphael Geminder, Pro-Pac is paying $177.5m in cash and scrip for Integrated Packaging Group (majority owned by private-equiteer Advent Partners).
CannPal Prepares To Bring Pot To Pets
Added On - 9/15/2017 9:57:04 AM
The latest aspirant to the bulging listed medical cannabis sector is bow-wow-wowing to a new trend of developing veterinary drugs over human therapies. But there are regulatory implications for all the pot stocks.
Two Small Caps For Artificial Intelligence Investors
Added On - 9/8/2017 3:21:05 PM
These two minnows - one of them an IPO - are striving to make the human brain redundant while striking fear into the hearts of errant motorists and gamblers along the way.
Stocks In The Baby-Making Business
Added On - 9/1/2017 4:48:00 PM
A pregnant pause, or the advent of a more permanent decline? The country's biggest providers of assisted reproductive services - ARS to friends - are contending with a downturn in the baby-making business, even though the age of an average mum has crept up to 31.
Certainty In Invocare, But Earnings Growth?
Added On - 8/31/2017 3:41:15 PM
In the circle of life, every organic being must die and that makes the country's dominant funeral and crematoria provider the ultimate defensive stock.
PharmAust Points The Bone At Cancer
Added On - 8/28/2017 1:01:50 PM
There are plenty of cases of human drugs being repurposed for veterinary use, but not so much the other way around. That makes PharmAust different to other early stage drug developers as it targets cancer treatments for both people and their four-legged friends.
Anatara Investors Look To Pig Out
Added On - 8/25/2017 12:55:19 PM
Porkers of the world rejoice! If Anatara's drug rollout goes to plan, soon their short lives in the sty will be healthier and just that little bit longer.
MyFiziq On The Hunt For Financial Health
Added On - 8/25/2017 8:35:45 AM
MyFiziq has devised an app that not only measures overall body weight more accurately than the standard BMI (body mass index) or tape measure, but also measures specific bodily regions across 72,000 data points.
Mayur Sands Come To The Market
Added On - 8/21/2017 1:04:48 PM
In a variation of the coals-to-Newcastle theme, this eclectic multi-commodity resource house plans to ship one million tonnes of sand from PNG to Sydney.
Which Other Bank?
Added On - 8/18/2017 3:53:03 PM
Kina's wealth-management operations hold 6.2bn kina of funds under management and 5.6bn kina of funds under advice, which is not insignificant in the PNG context.
Resapp Searches For Remedy
Added On - 8/11/2017 3:44:38 PM
The best-performing ASX stock of 2015, ResApp has joined the list of biotech stocks suffering an embarrassing - and surprising - clinical setback.
Water Merger In Search Of Fluency
Added On - 8/7/2017 3:18:55 PM
Speaking of water, about the only Australian aspect of the globalized, New York headquartered Fluence (formerly Emefcy) is it happens to be listed on the ASX.
CropLogic Plants IPO Seed
Added On - 8/4/2017 4:40:11 PM
If new IPO CropLogic has its way, it's not just Eric Olthwaite who will be getting excited about rain gauges and precipitation.
Two Small Cap Power Plays
Added On - 7/28/2017 2:51:14 PM
Northern Cobalt's upcoming IPO will test just how much investors still crave the battery metal. In the meantime, oil and gas explorer Whitebark is determined to prove there's still a buck to be made out of dirty hydrocarbons.
Defend Your Portfolio With These Small Caps
Added On - 7/21/2017 4:23:09 PM
For two small caps exposed to the industrial military machine here and in the US, increased defence and anti-terrorism spending is a godsend.
Scouring The Silver Sector
Added On - 7/14/2017 3:47:09 PM
All things that glisten are not silver, with investors reeling from an unexplained sharp global sell off in the grey metal. For a handful of wannabe ASX-listed silver producers, it's business as usual.
Health Check On 1st Group
Added On - 7/10/2017 1:42:08 PM
1st Group is an online search and appointment service for health and beauty care professionals. A similar product, PetYeti, provides a similar service for vet practices and has 500 practices signed up.
Caterpillar Backs Bricklaying Robot
Added On - 7/7/2017 11:36:03 AM
The robotics innovator is on the noblest of human quests: to eliminate the scourge of brickie's crack from building sites globally.
Political Heavies Lose Big On Biotech
Added On - 7/4/2017 5:12:56 PM
Bizarrely, the NZ-based Innate was an investment of choice for a group of White House insiders.
Redflex Hits A Speedbump
Added On - 6/30/2017 4:46:04 PM
Just as the traffic camera operator looked to be 'moving forward' - obeying all speed limits and red lights of course - along comes another snafu for the strife-prone company.
Alderan & Golden Mile Drill Investors
Added On - 6/26/2017 12:51:36 PM
We wouldn't describe demand for new junior resource listings as effervescent, but this duo has made it to the starting line despite June being more of a time to shed dud scrip rather than take on new speccie plays.
Syrah Moves From Explorer To Miner
Added On - 6/22/2017 11:40:20 AM
After five years of speculative hype, the ASX-listed graphite sector is about to come of age with sector big daddy Syrah poised to start production at its massive Balama mine in Mozambique.
CT1 Shortens The Odds On Food Safety
Added On - 6/19/2017 12:34:22 PM
When Terry the cook from Fawlty Towers said 'what the eye don't see the chef gets away with', he was oblivious to the enormous business risks posed by food contamination.
Connecting The Dots On Veriluma
Added On - 6/16/2017 1:09:24 PM
Just as we got used to the notion of big data analysis, along comes a tool that doesn't even need hard numbers to analyse and predict a particular situation.
Eagle Health Eyes China Vitamin Boost
Added On - 6/13/2017 1:47:45 PM
It's tempting to view this one as a miniature Chinese version of nutraceuticals group Blackmores or the privately owned Suisse - because it is.
Healthy Reception For Oliver's IPO
Added On - 6/9/2017 3:47:54 PM
The health food evangelist behind this impending listing faces a (literally) heavyweight task: weaning truckies and travelling families at roadside stops from fried dim sims to chia pods, pita pockets and green beans served in a French-fries style packet.
What's The Deal With Pot Stocks?
Added On - 6/1/2017 5:27:29 PM
With the ASX-listed cannabis sector in a sharp retreat since late March, some investors are wondering whether they're seeing the bourse's equivalent of Fidget Spinners - those finger-held gadgets infiltrating playgrounds in the same was as marbles and Yo-Yos all those years ago.
Uncovering Value In Rox
Added On - 5/26/2017 3:33:23 PM
Rox chief Ian Mulholland is perplexed why the WA gold and nickel explorer's market valuation is less than it was last October, just before the company said it would sell its Reward zinc tenement in the NT for $20m cash.
Mareterram No Raw Prawn
Added On - 5/24/2017 3:41:15 PM
At the risk of coming the raw prawn with investors, the WA-based fishing operator presents its own sums as to why the worth of its fishing licences alone justifies its market valuation.


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