5 Stocks that investors are turning their heads to – DGH, YPB, PDZ, KNL and 3DP

  • Sep 07, 2018 AEST
  • Team Kalkine
5 Stocks that investors are turning their heads to – DGH, YPB, PDZ, KNL and 3DP

DESANE GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITED (ASX: DGH) – The company has reported on a pro forma basis, for the financial year 2018, the revenue growth of 11.5% to $357.3 million. While the EBITDA growth was also of 12.5% to $115.7 million. Resulting into a net profit growth of 7.7% for FY18 to $52.9 million. Also, with the rise in earnings per share of 7.3% to 9.2 cents, company brought total dividends to 8 cents per share 50% franked, by declaring a dividend of 4 cents per share which is 70% franked. The stock was thus trading at a market price of $1.320 with a daily price change of 22.222% as at September 07, 2018. In the last one year, the stock has noted a performance change of -13.77%.

YPB GROUP LTD (ASX: YPB) – The company has recently secured a significant new distribution partner, Shenzen Meixin Electronics Co in China which creates a channel for YPB into the global electronics consumer goods market. Company’s revenue from ordinary activities increased from previous year to $1,007,000 which is up by 21.6%. The cash and cash equivalents at the end of the financial half-year were of $369,000. There were no dividends paid, recommended or declared during the current or previous financial period. The stock was thus trading at a market price of $0.021 with a daily price change of 23.529% as at September 07, 2018. In the last one year, the stock has noted a performance change of -59.52%. 

PRAIRIE MINING LIMITED (ASX: PDZ) – Updates regarding co-operation between Prairie and Jastrz?bska Spó?ka W?glowa SA was recently provided by the company. As at June 30, 2018 with cash reserves of A$11 million, the company remains in a financially strong position. With respect to potential co-operation regarding Prairie’s two Polish coal projects Prairie and JSW have entered into a Non-Disclosure Agreement. The stock was thus trading at a market price of $0.585 with a daily price change of 18.182% as at September 07, 2018. However, the stock has undergone a performance change of -9.17% in the last one year. The market capitalization of the company is $105.08 million.

KIBARAN RESOURCES LIMITED (ASX: KNL) – The cash and cash equivalents at the end of the financial half-year were of $2.9 million. Through the issue of 19,828,573 fully paid ordinary shares to institutional, professional and sophisticated investors, the company had raised $2,776,000. As a part of the pilot plant testwork program currently underway in Germany, the company has provided an update on the application of its proprietary eco-friendly purification process to existing global graphite feedstocks. The idea is to secure larger share of lithium-ion battery market through diversification. The stock was thus trading at a market price of $0.180 with a daily price change of 12.5% as at September 07, 2018. The stock has undergone a performance change of 6.67% in the past one year.

POINTERRA LIMITED (ASX: 3DP) – The company’s revenue has increased by 52% to $840,048 in FY 2018. However, the company reported a net loss of 27% which is down to $1,660,843 and there were no dividends paid, recommended or declared during the current or previous financial period. The cash and cash equivalents at the end of the financial half-year 2018 were of $1,385,834. The company continues to work with paying customers in the surveyor, AEC and Utility sectors in this region. Internationally the company visited sales targets in US region. The stock was trading at a market price of $0.029 with a daily price change of 3.571% as at September 07, 2018 which is near its 52-week low. The stock has undergone a performance change of -9.68% in the last one year.

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