3 Small-Cap Stocks On The Rise – 3DP, KAM And KNM

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The 2018 financial year saw equity markets deliver investors, another 12 months of strong returns as global share markets continued to rise. On a more sector level, consumer staples were up 30.3%, information technology rose 33.4%, healthcare was up 26.6%, materials gained 29.7% and energy gained 41.9%. Meanwhile, telecommunications were down 30.7%, utilities fell 0.6% and banks retreated 1.1%. Where financial services and technology are among the liked sectors by the investors. Following the ASX are few stocks which rose to the day and were seen in green:

POINTERRA LIMITED (ASX: 3DP) – The net cash used in the operating activities is worth A$0.114 million for the quarter ending 30 September 2018 while the net cash used in investing activities is worth A$0.012 million. As at the end of the quarter June 30, 2018 the cash and cash equivalent $1.251 million with no debt. The company made a net loss of $1,660,843, for the year ended 30 June 2018 which is a negative sign. However, Pointerra has successfully secured enterprise DaaS (Data as a Service) sales agreements with US and international prospects in the AEC (Architecture, Engineering & Construction), ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and Surveyor/Mapping sectors. As at November 6, 2018, the stock of 3DP traded at a market price of $0.060 and it has witnessed a performance change of 17.07% over the past one year. 

K2 ASSET MANAGEMENT HOLDINGS LTD (ASX: KAM) – The company’s revenues from ordinary activities is down by 18.14% to $14,075,362 from previous corresponding period because of which the net profit/loss for the period attributable to members was also down to 14.41% to $5,220,070. All K2 Funds provided unitholders with strong absolute returns for the 2018 financial year. In line with the Fund performance returns, K2 received management fees totaled $5.9 million and performance fees totaling $7.6 million for the year, bringing total income to $14.1 million and profit after tax to $5.2 million. The company’s shareholders received a fully franked dividend of 0.5 cent per share in February 2018. No further dividend has been declared for the full year end. As at November 6, 2018, the stock of KAM traded at a market price of $0.115 and it has witnessed a performance change of -65.38% over the past one year.

KNEOMEDIA LIMITED (ASX: KNM) – Over the year, compared to the 2017 sales of $133,760 the group has continued to build sales of $533,404. However, the net loss for the year was $2,349,082 as compared to 2017 loss of $1,285,911, with the increase primarily due to the non-cash share-based payment expenses of $660,833. The Group’s net assets increased to $3,706,185 compared to 30 June 2017 net liabilities of $121,463 due to increased sales and revenue recognition and the further reduction of convertible note debt to zero. No dividends have been paid or declared since the commencement of the financial year. The Directors do not recommend that a dividend be paid for the year ended 30 June 2018. As at November 6, 2018, the stock of KNM traded at a market price of $0.036 and it has witnessed a performance change of 21.74% over the past one month.


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