While many small-cap stocks have been on an uptrend lately; and most of the times, the stocks move based on significant developments and investors’ view of the developments and future impacts. Small-cap sector is thus prone to many risks as opposed to blue-chip and mid-cap, and below are two stocks of the category that were discussed lately for slipping on ASX.
LiveTiles Limited (ASX: LVT) is an information technology company and for $20 million worth of shares in software company LiveTiles, Stockbrokers Citi and Blue Ocean Equities are seeking buyers. At a 21.9 percent discount the deal was priced. In the last 12 months, LiveTiles has aligned itself to Microsoft’s ‘AI-first’ vision and becomes a key strategic partner in the data and AI space. LiveTiles is again a major sponsor in the award which comes ahead of Microsoft’s flagship partner conference. Held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas from July 15-19 Microsoft Inspire is attended by over 21,000 people from around the world. The company traded at a market price of $0.670 on August 09, 2018 as it slipped owing to the share placement and purchase plan update, and has seen a performance change of 219% over the past 12 months.
OncoSil Medical Limited (ASX:OSL) is a health care medical device company and focusing on oncology. For pancreatic cancer, the company is commercializing a break through implantation radiation treatment; and is targeting more than $2bn market opportunity to improve standard of care. Manufacturing and logistics have been optimized for supply of commercial quantities. U.S. FDA-approved IDE is in place and safety run-in is underway; then CE Marking is expected in near-term. Its incorporation date was 2005 and is based in Berry Street, North Sydney, Australia.
The company was trading at a market price of $0.180 as at market open on August 10, 2018, and has seen a performance change of 83.67% over the past 12 months. The group has fallen about 12% in last five days. It has commercialized a breakthrough implantation for pancreatic cancer. To improve standard for care, the company is targeting more than 2 billion market opportunity. The enterprise value of the company is A $ 122.1 million and the market capitalization stands at $112.35 million. The company claims to have a first in class technology, and highly experienced management team. The Company also received an additional cash refund of $0.6 million in January 2018 following lodgment of the 2016/17 amended tax return.
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