Which top 3 NZX stocks are trading under NZ$1?

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Which top 3 NZX stocks are trading under NZ$1?

 Which top 3 NZX stocks are trading under NZ$1?
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  • Penny stocks trade at a low price and are illiquid in nature.
  • Some penny stocks can prove to be multibaggers due to their massive growth potential.
  • However, they come with certain risks.

Penny stocks are high-risk and high-reward investments. Companies that issue them may grow into big corporations with above-average revenues, or they may fail pathetically in their early years, leading to massive losses.

Let’s have a look at 3 NZX stocks that are trading under $1.


3 NZX penny Stocks and their returns.   

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Wellington Drive Technologies Limited (NZX:WDT)

High-efficiency motors supplier and IoT solutions provider, Wellington Drive, notified in a trading update on 15 December that it anticipated revenue to be nearly US$47 million and an EBITDA of roughly $3.9 million for FY21 in spite of being affected by production limitations and increased costs.

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The Group appointed David Burden as its Chief Customer Officer. WDT expects its revenue to be roughly US$60 million in FY22 and the resulting profit will be reinvested in developing infrastructure and expanding staff and infrastructure.

On 31 December, MWE ended the trading session at $0.205, up 5.13% from its previous close.

Bremworth Limited (NZX:BRW)

Bremworth, a renowned carpet and flooring manufacturer, made aggressive moves in FY21 to implement its all-wool and natural fibres plan.

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Due to its decision to abandon synthetics, the Group's revenue fell 5% in FY21. Wool carpet sales, on the other hand, grew rapidly in H2 due to strong consumer demand in New Zealand and Australia.

BRM has a strong balance sheet and is well funded to carry out its five-year strategy.

On 31 December, BRW ended the trading session at $0.72, down 1.37% from its previous close.

The New Zealand Refining Company Limited (NZX:NZR)

NZ’s sole oil refining company, NZR, reported RAP throughputs of 1.6 Mbbls in September/October 2021 because of Auckland's Level 4 and Level 3 lockdowns, and this was 37% lower than the same time the year before.

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Furthermore, the Group has raised about $48.5 million in new stock, including a $39-million placement of extra shares last month, to fund private storage facilities and those under discussions.

On 31 December, NZR ended the trading session at $0.94, up 2.17% from its previous close.

Bottom Line

Penny stocks are low priced but carry risk and volatility.

(NOTE: Currency is reported in NZ Dollar unless stated otherwise)


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