There are three small caps that look poised to end the year on a high even as the Santa Rally is starting to look like The Grinch.The so-called Santa Clause...

Brendon Lau

Vantage Point Partners

There are three small caps that look poised to end the year on a high even as the Santa Rally is starting to look like The Grinch.The so-called Santa Clause Rally officially starts two weeks before Christmas and extends to end January. This period has typically seen the ASX gain around 2% on average, but the big sell-off in the US on the back of another oil price slump and weaker than expected Chinese industrial production data will see our market come under renewed selling pressure today. Still, it's not all doom and gloom in small cap land as there are three that are exhibiting positive chart patterns AND are supported by bullish fundamentals. This is why they are considered to be double blessed. The three are automotive parts and services company AMA Group (AMA), medical device developer Impedimed (IPD) and diagnostic imaging facilities operator Capital Health (CAJ). Click for more (VIEW LINK)


Brendon Lau
Associate Director - Investor Relations
Vantage Point Partners

I am with Australia's leading small caps investor relations and media relations firm, Media & Capital Partners. I worked as a small caps analyst and journalist prior to MC Partners. Views are my own and should not be regarded as advice or...

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