4 Stocks Taking Charge

  • Oct 04, 2018 AEST
  • Team Kalkine
4 Stocks Taking Charge

Four stocks from varied sectors trading at less than a dollar and taking charge on the Australian stock exchange are discussed herein. With S&P/ASX 200 also closing higher at 6176.3 up by 30.23 points these stocks are worth looking at.

CAULDRON ENERGY LIMITED (ASX: CXU) – The profit of the Consolidated Entity after providing for income tax amounted to $173,299 as at 30 June 2018, as compared to $11,954,682 loss as at 30 June 2017. The directors do not recommend the payment of a dividend and no amount has been paid or declared by way of a dividend to the date of this report. With the available cash and cash equivalents at end of financial year 2018 on $1.9 million the company represents decent liquidity. The execution of a farm-in agreement (Agreement) with Oceltip Metals Pty Ltd (Oceltip) has been recently announced by the company. The stock has surged by 19.355% to $0.037 as at October 4, 2018. It has undergone a performance change of 10.71% over the last one month.

RUBICOR GROUP LIMITED (ASX: RUB) – About 5.3% below the previous year, the company’s revenue for the year was $189.1 million which is consistent with the disposal of the group’s 51% shareholding in Ensure Group in April 2017. Compared with a $14.6 million profit the previous year, statutory EBITDA decreased to a $1.2 million loss. This was largely due to the reversal of deferred tax assets and impairment of assets. Compared to the profit in FY 2017 of $15.5 million, the company reported a statutory loss after-tax of $13.6 million. With available cash at 30 June 2018 was $0.6 million down from $2.0 million FY2017. The stock has surged by 22.222% to $0.022 as at October 4, 2018 very close to its 52-week low. It has undergone a performance change of -21.74% over the last one month. 

BIGTINCAN HOLDINGS LIMITED (ASX: BTH) – For BTH FY18 was a successful year with strong growth in all areas of the business. Annualized Recurring Revenue (ARR) up 41% from June 2017, hit a record of $15.4m at June 2018. Total revenue was up by 42% of $13.1m for FY18, and the net loss after tax was broadly in line with forecasts of $6.6m. Given the desire to continue investing in the business the Board has not declared any dividend this year. With over 90% of revenue earned outside Australia, in FY18 statutory operating revenue of $ 13.1m was up 42% on FY17. The stock has surged by 8.451% to trade at $0.385 as at October 4, 2018. It has undergone a positive performance change of 12.70% over the last one month.

G MEDICAL INNOVATIONS HOLDINGS LIMITED (ASX: GMV) – The Company has recently entered into a Controlled Placement Agreement (CPA) with Acuity Capital. Over the coming 28-month period, the CPA provides the company with up to AUD$10 million of standby equity capital. The revenue from ordinary activities has increased 100% to $1.001 million. The Company had a net loss of US$ 8.509 million versus US$ 21.740 million in the comparable period of 2017. For the half-year ended 30 June 2018, no dividend has been paid or recommended to be paid. With available cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period of $3.204 million the company represents a healthy balance sheet position. The stock has surged by 12.857% to trade at $0.395 as at October 4, 2018. It has undergone a positive performance change of 6.06% over the last one month.

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