Do these 10 NZX-listed penny stocks carry growth prospects?

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Do these 10 NZX-listed penny stocks carry growth prospects?

 Do these 10 NZX-listed penny stocks carry growth prospects?
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  • Investors like to consider stocks that have good growth prospects.
  • Even penny investing can give growth.
  • Let’s see why they hold potential.

There are many stocks on the NZX that are cheap. If an investor has a focus on a company’s value, market capitalisation and growth plans, rather than the price of the share, penny stocks are a good option. In fact, some growth companies are penny with their stock priced at less than $1.

Some investors do believe in their potential, especially those with a risk appetite. They buy these cheap stocks in bulk and even a minor movement in stock prices make them earn big time.

Penny investing can be very profitable sometime because of growth plans of a company. Many large companies of today started off as penny stocks. In the technological world, Apple Inc and Microsoft also started off as penny stocks.

Let’s look at some NZX-listed penny stocks that have a growth potential.

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Geo Limited (NZX:GEO)

Geo last announced the resignation of its Non-Executive Chairman and an important stakeholder in the company. However, he is likely to seek re-election as a Non-Executive Director at the company’s AGM in November.

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On 13 July, GEO was down by 1.61% at NZ$0.122.

Allied Farmers Limited (NZX:ALF)

ALF announced its updated earnings guidance after it completed the acquisition of its partner New Zealand Rural  Company (NZX:NZL). The Group reported that the earnings attributable the ALF from NZRLM would be approximately NZ$500,000 to NZ$600,000 pre-tax. The Company didn’t provide the overall guidance for the Company as it said that it had to become more certain.

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On 13 July, ALF was trading flat at NZ$0.610, at the time of writing.

Cavalier Corporation Limited (NZX:CAV)

CAV is a woolen carpets brand, which has its business in Australia as well. The Company reported recently that it had secured a NZ$1.9 million grant from the Ministry of Primary Industries as a part of its sustainable food and fibre programme. The grant is specially to fund its research programme on how to make fibre more sustainable.

On 13 July, CAV was trading up by 2% at NZ$0.510, at the time of writing.

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General Capital Limited (NZX:GEN)

GEN of late announced that it had reported a 33% rise in its revenue and total assets. The Group has grown its lending book in Q3 of FY2021.

Since Q3, the Company has grown even more and is getting the support of its investors and good opportunities.

On 13 July, GEN was trading flat at NZ$0.056, at the time of writing.

Cannasouth Limited (NZX:CBD)

It is a cannabis company that uses it for health purposes. This Company has great potential even though the NZ regulatory environment is not very friendly at the moment. Recently, CBCD released a medicinal cannabis industry report showing the opportunities that exist in this space.

Of late, the Company has also ventured into growing cannabis in green houses, something that will make it popular in Europe.

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On 13 July 2021, the stock was trading down by 2.13% at NZ$0.460, at the time of writing.

Blis Technologies Limited (NZX:BLT)

BLT is a very strong company and has been growing across geographies. Recently, it announced that it had entered a long-term deal with Probi AB, a Swedish company, and this partnership is expected to help BLT in its growth.

On 13 July, BLT was trading flat at NZ$0.073.

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NZ Windfarms Limited (NZX:NWF)

NWF is a wind energy company. Recently, it announced the terms of its 4th Variable Volume Fixed Price Agreement (VVFPA) for quarter of its production from 1 October 2022 to 30 June 2023. The price reflects increased electricity prices in comparison to previous ones and that will reflect in the revenues.

On 13 July, NWF was trading flat at NZ$0.285, at the time of writing.

Wellington Drive Technologies Limited (NZX:WDT)

WDT is a tech company that is into Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud-based results for fleet management. WDT has been doing well and is expected to do well in the future. In its recent announcement, the Company said that its EBIT was in accordance with the forecast that the Company had returned to profitability and received several orders for its specific products like ECR 2motor.

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On 13 July, WDT was trading up by 1.01% at NZ$ 0.100, at the time of writing.

Sky Network Television Limited (NZX:SKT)

Recently, the Company has signed deals with several entertainment and media companies like NBC Universal and ESPN for more on-demand content to its customers.

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On 13 July, Sky Network Television Limited was down by 1.76% at NZ$ 0.167, at the time of writing.

Smartpay Holdings (NZX:SPY)

SPY is a tech company. On Wednesday, it announced that it would hold its annual shareholders meeting in September. Before that, it had announced its full-year results. Those reflected revenue growth of 19.7% at NZ$33.8 million over pcp.

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On 13 July, the stock was trading down by 2.33% at NZ$0.840, at the time of writing.


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