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Microcap Stocks to Watch

Mark Tobin

Well, another reporting season has come and gone. After sifting through literally hundreds of microcap results my assessment was that it was a very average reporting season for microcaps. A few standouts with good beats to guidance and strong outlook statements but the vast majority came in soft or missed... Show More

Microcap Managers continue to outperform ETF’s

Mark Tobin

We are on the home stretch of FY18 and microcap and small caps indexes have continued to demonstrate strength. Once again, microcaps significantly outperformed large caps. The S&P/ASX All Ordinaries Accumulation Index returned a -3.69% for the Q3FY18. In contrast, the S&P/ASX Emerging Companies Index posted a -1.85% return in... Show More

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What's driving the stellar run in small caps?

Livewire Exclusive

Small caps have surged in recent months. The Emerging Companies index (XEC), which includes stocks such as HUB24, Appen, Imdex, and Updater in its top ten constituents, has gained 17% over the last six months. There are scores of stories from the small end of transformative wins, not least in... Show More

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Skydive the Beach - Out of the flying plane and into Cairns shire.

Dean Fergie

SKB has made a company transformative move in its acquisition of Cairns based adventure tourism company, Raging Thunder (RT). This marks SKB's first move outside its traditional skydiving business and opens up a myriad of new opportunities and prospects to its young, but already incredibly successful, business model. Show More

Why Freelancer (ASX:FLN) is likely to become Australia's largest global online technology business.

Dean Fergie

With August 2016 reporting season having now kicked off, investors will again focus on real numbers versus 'blue sky' technology promises. FLN sets itself well apart by having a genuine cash-flow positive business that has proven itself over an 8 year lifespan. Show More

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Why Afterpay (ASX:AFY) is one of Cyan's top small-cap picks.

Dean Fergie

This morning the recently listed Afterpay (ASX:AFY) announced its first quarter results with all metrics (merchants, end-customers, merchant sales and, importantly, fees to AFY) up over 100% in the June quarter. Even before today's announcement, the stock had risen more than 60% since its ASX debut in early May 2016.... Show More