Growth Stocks

Looking for growth stocks? These ASX shares can be looked at in 2022

  • October 15, 2021 02:00 PM AEDT
  • Ashish
A growth stock is a stock of a company that is known to deliver a substantial and sustainable positive cash flow going forward.

A growth stock is a stock of a company that is known to deliver a substantial and sustainable positive cash flow going forward. Such a stock’s revenues and earnings are expected to increase at a faster rate than the average company within the...

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Hot stocks for Christmas

Hot stocks for Christmas

  • October 09, 2021 01:32 AM AEDT
  • Samta
5 ASX growth stocks to look at before 2021 ends

5 ASX growth stocks to look at before 2021 ends

  • October 08, 2021 02:45 PM AEDT
  • Ashish

A growth stock belongs to a company which delivers substantial and sustainable positive cash flow compared to an average company within the same industry. In addition, revenues and earnings of growth stocks are expected to grow at a faster rate tha...

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Why are Appen shares tanking?

Why are Appen shares tanking?

  • October 08, 2021 01:49 PM AEDT
  • Samta

Highlights Appen’s shares have collapsed from a previous high of AU$13.82 in late August. US Treasury yields have negatively impacted the tech and growth shares. Appen’s group revenue declined by 2% to US$196.6 million in 1H21 ...

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ASX Shares to look at during the Festive Season

ASX Shares to look at during the Festive Season

  • October 04, 2021 12:32 AM AEDT
  • Samta

Highlights Many ASX stocks have surged over 35% during the last three months. A powerful momentum is likely to be seen in the ASX equity markets during the festive season. OAK, AAJ and AMT delivered over 35% returns for the last three months ...

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Utility stocks to watch out for in October

Utility stocks to watch out for in October

  • September 30, 2021 03:32 PM AEST
  • Samta

Highlights The Australian Government has been taking several measures to manage the utility sector from negative impact of COVID-19. In FY2020, the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) also implemented pandemic response plan. CCE and PO3 d...

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ASX shares that delivered over 100% returns in last three months

ASX shares that delivered over 100% returns in last three months

  • September 30, 2021 09:36 AM AEST
  • Samta

Highlights Selling in the healthcare and the materials sectors impacted the ASX benchmark on Tuesday. Many companies announced to pay dividend to their shareholders yesterday. IKW, PAN, PPY and ID8 delivered over 100% returns in the last thre...

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Three ASX growth stocks navigating their way to life highs

Three ASX growth stocks navigating their way to life highs

  • September 21, 2021 04:45 PM AEST
  • Manisha

Highlights  Businesses that are expected to grow sales and earnings faster than other players in their market are referred as growth stocks. Domino's Pizza significantly increased its global food sales and store count in FY21. Ramsay Heal...

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Five ASX stocks with the highest returns this year

Five ASX stocks with the highest returns this year

  • September 09, 2021 06:18 PM AEST
  • Aayush

In 2021, a lot of stocks have turned out to be multi-baggers for investors, especially for those who dived in to buy shares at dirt-cheap valuations after markets crashed in March last year. The one-sided rally seen in the global markets has also i...

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5 ASX growth stocks to watch out for in August

5 ASX growth stocks to watch out for in August

  • August 25, 2021 07:14 PM AEST
  • Aayush

Growth stocks have always been favourite for investors who are willing to pay a premium on the value of the company in order to tap foreseeable growth opportunities. Generally, these stocks are expected to grow above the industry’s average gr...

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Five growth stocks that more than doubled in 2021

Five growth stocks that more than doubled in 2021

  • July 21, 2021 02:33 PM AEST
  • Ashish

Growth stocks belong to companies with substantial cash flow and earnings expected to increase at a faster rate compared to an average company within the same industry. Investors earn gains via growth stocks in relatively less time. Stocks of techn...

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Top 10 stocks that have crossed 100% growth this year

Top 10 stocks that have crossed 100% growth this year

Growth stocks allow investors to lock-in large gains in a fairly less amount of time. Often, stocks that are new to the market can record high growth if they are promising enough. Technology and innovation-oriented firms are generally at the top of...

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About Growth Stocks

An ASX growth stock is defined as a share of a company that is expected to grow at an above average rate as compared to the broader market or the respective sector. These stocks generally do not pay dividends as almost all capital is reinvested back into the business to stimulate that high anticipated growth. Therefore, investors expect a high capital appreciation on their investment and not a high dividend payout.

As these companies have higher growth visibility, these stocks generally trade at a premium, making them a relatively expensive bet. Best growth stocks could be screened with a lot of metrics, and the most popular amongst them is the price to earnings ratio or P/E ratio. It compares the companies’ earnings with its current share price in order to determine how expensive or cheap the share is trading. Therefore, growth stocks are preferred by those investors that have a relatively higher risk appetite as the margin of safety is less due to high premiums, in case the company falls short of expectations.

Most of the growth stocks on ASX and other exchanges worldwide are mid-cap and small-cap companies. They have a higher potential to grow exponentially than an already well-established company that is generally closer to the phase of maturity.

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