In the past few days, the following three small-cap stocks have been under the radar of investors. With few developments, the needle has been fluctuating lately. Below is a snippet of the trading scenario for the stocks:
IQ3CORP LIMITED (ASX: IQ3) is a financial company in the corporate finance and advisory domain. The IQ3Corp stock was trading at a market price of $0.240 and has seen a flat daily price change as at August 15, 2018. The stock has seen a performance change of -4.00% over the past 12 months but was up 50% in past one month. The company has seen an increase of $55K i.e. 12% on the balance sheet at the end of March 2018 with cash and cash equivalents at the end of June 2018 of $513k. Compared to $2,280K in Q3 FY18, customer receipts were $2,058K in Q4 FY18 for the company. iQ3 continues to maintain a financial position of zero external debt. The group has a market capitalization of AUD 24.94 million and EPS of -0.001 AUD.
DOMACOM LIMITED (ASX: DCL), the group into financial services and investment management, witnessed its stock trade at a market price of $0.099 and has seen a daily price change of -$ 0.001 and a percentage change of -1% as at August 15, 2018. The stock has seen a performance change of 5.26% year to date. The company after tying up a partnership with rural start-up Cultivate Farms has occupied its fractional property investing platform to the bush. Under this partnership, Cultivate Farms will match or source to aspiring or next generation farmers, the appropriate properties from farmers looking to retire. The group has a market capitalization of AUD 11.66 million and EPS of -0.057 AUD.
SEAFARMS GROUP LIMITED (ASX: SFG), a shrimp aquaculture company, traded at a market price of $0.120 and has seen a flat daily price change as at August 15, 2018. The stock has seen a performance change of 112.62% over the past 12 months. The company has for the expansion of project sea dragon world class breeding program being put in place; and for its highly successful founder stock center at Exmouth in Western Australia, it has committed for further capital. Exmouth is an important part of the biosecurity strategy for the $1.5 billion project sea dragon. The group has a market capitalization of AUD 200.04 million and EPS of -0.020 AUD.
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