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Now here’s what you might have missed on Stockhead this week, but everyone else didn’t, and liked the most.
For small cap investors, education technology has come increasingly into focus in the wake of the COVID-19 disruption.
And the shift hasn’t escaped the attention of small cap fund managers, some of which have increased their allocation to the space on a sectoral basis.
Others have taken a high-conviction view on specific stocks.
Sam Jacobs spoke to Harley Grosser, principal and founder at Sydney-based investment company Capital H Management, to find out who he likes in the sector.
Another crypto sector has a rocket under it, but this time it’s not Bitcoin and, according to experts, has actual revenue attached.
Decentralised finance, or defi in the crypto lingo, is an almost $US1bn ($1.5bn) industry; it cracked the billion mark when markets generally were peaking in February.
It’s an example of how crypto assets are continuing to mature into investable products that are attractive to more than just the sector’s evangelists, says Apollo Capital chief investment officer Henrik Andersson.
Rachel Williamson has the details on the rapid growth of this crypto sector.
2020 has been a tough year for the markets but some 33 ASX stocks have been able to shrug off COVID-19 jitters and more than triple.
These 30+ stocks have gained over 200 per cent between January 1 and June 15, with seven rallying 500 per cent. Investors in those stocks will be happy.
Want to know who these standouts are? Read on if you missed it.
Gold keeps going strong while markets get hammered by the next round of economic implications of COVID-19.
Garimpeiro’ columnist Barry FitzGerald says gold explorers are normally ditched during equity market volatility like that seen last week. But this time around they are benefiting from gold’s resilience.
But with the better known goldies remaining at elevated levels, just where are the opportunities?
B Fitz has some ideas, check them out if you missed it first time around.
Silica sand is not one of the better-known commodities, but it is coming into its own.
It is used for things like flat and container glass as well as solar panels and medicine vials.
But because all of these things need high-purity silica sand, supply is becoming an issue at the same time demand is rising.
Find out just how big this market could be and who wants to cash in on it.
The stringent regulations and difficulties faced by junior resources companies to remain listed on Australia’s main bourse has sent some in search of a more favourable exchange to list…