Small-Cap Stocks On The Rise - 3DP, NES, ADX

  • Oct 31, 2018 AEDT
  • Team Kalkine
Small-Cap Stocks On The Rise - 3DP, NES, ADX

ASX has witnessed its worst fall since August 2015 in the month of October with every sector closing in red while some stocks had other ideas and closed in green on the month end. Here are three of the stocks on the rise:

POINTERRA LIMITED (ASX: 3DP) – The company recently provided updates regarding co-operation between Prairie and Jastrz?bska Spó?ka W?glowa SA. As at June 30, 2018 with cash reserves of A$11 million, the company remains in a financially strong position. The company has significant growth in customer invoicing and cash receipts. In terms of domestic utility sector customer moves to full enterprise license and there is material growth in US sales pipeline. Cash receipts from customers during the quarter up from $30K in Q4 FY18 amounted to $81K, which was driven by an increase in sales invoiced during the quarter to $175K, compared to $28K in Q4 FY18. The stock is trading up by 200% at $0.084 as at October 31, 2018. However, the stock has witnessed a performance change of -30.00% over the past 12 months. 

NELSON RESOURCES LIMITED (ASX: NES) – Nelson completed its maiden drilling program of 23 RC drill holes for a total of 1,210m at the Socrates Gold Project. For the year ended 30 June 2018, net loss of the company, after providing for income tax, amounted to $1,145,673 as compared to loss at 30 June 2017. For the previous year lower losses were incurred due to lower activity levels when the company was unlisted. The net assets of the Company at 30 June 2018 were $5,026,049 as compared to 30 June 2017 of $433,300. Capital raising and the acquisition of 79 Exploration Pty Ltd attributed to the improvement in net assets. Due to the capital raising completed with the IPO, the cash and cash equivalents have increased by $3,435,565 from $212,725 at 30 June 2017. The stock is trading up by 30.435% at $0.150 as at October 31, 2018. However, the stock has witnessed a performance change of -45.24% over the past 12 months.

ADX ENERGY LIMITED (ASX: ADX) – The company has signed an agreement with SDP Services Limited to farmout a 50% interest in the d 363 C.R-. AX Permit containing the Nilde Oil Redevelopment Project and the successfully tested Norma and Naila oil discoveries Offshore Italy. Key financial indicators for the Group, with prior period half-year comparison were net loss for the half-year after tax attribute to members of the Parent Entity for the year decline from $1.70 million in June 30, 2017 to $1.32 million. Net cash from investing activities increased to 13,581 in 2018 from loss of $(3,000) in 2017 indicating improvement in portfolio performance while Net cash from financing activities decreased from $1,904,145 in 2017 to $681,557 in 2018. The stock is trading up by 30% at $0.013 as at October 31, 2018 trading near its 52-week low. However, the stock has witnessed a performance change of -16.67% over the past 12 months.


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