XAR, KAPE, MOS, ESYS: Should you invest in these next-gen stocks?

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Highlights

  • The next-gen stocks are the stocks that belong to sectors, like information technology (IT), software, internet, artificial intelligence, gaming, telecommunications, and so on.
  • The London Stock Exchange is home to over 200 fast-growing technology companies with high growth potential in the long term.

The world is seeing new and more advanced and innovative technologies emerging almost every day. The next-gen stocks are the stocks of the company that belongs to sectors like information technology (IT), software, internet, artificial intelligence, gaming, telecommunications, and so on. 

The next-gen stocks are on the radar of investors as many companies’ share prices and earnings rocketed over the last two years.

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Last two years, the next-gen stocks were closely watched by investors as many companies’ share prices and earnings surged with the increase in the demand for cybersecurity, remote working, and food and grocery delivery. The London Stock Exchange is home to over 200 fast-growing tech companies, which have high growth potential in the long term, as per experts.

Here are 4 UK next-gen stocks that investors can keep an eye on.

Xaar plc (LON: XAR)

London-headquartered technology company Xaar Plc is engaged in the development of digital inkjet technology. With a market cap of £168.66 million, Xaar Plc’s shares were trading at GBX 215.50, by 0.23%, at 2:40 PM (GMT+1) on 10 June 2022. The FTSE All-Share listed company has provided its shareholders with a negative return of -0.13% over the last one year as of 10 June 2022, while its return on a year-to-date basis stands at 17.98%.

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Kape Technologies Plc (LON: KAPE)

UK-based privacy-first digital security software company Kape Technologies Plc is engaged in the development and distribution of a variety of digital products in the online security space. The software company has announced that several of its privacy brands have expanded their platform capabilities and offerings, in addition to enhanced features. 

With a market cap of £1,217.60 million, the FTSE AIM 100-listed company has provided its shareholders with a return of 11.48% in the last one year as of 10 June 2022. Its shares were trading at GBX 345.00, up by 0.58%, at 2:40 PM (GMT+1) on 10 June 2022.

The London Stock Exchange is home to over 200 fast-growing technology companies.

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Mobile Streams Plc (LON: MOS)

The UK-based mobile content and data intelligence company, Mobile Streams Plc specialises in net-generation content, such as NFTs, Gaming, and Esports. The share of the FTSE AIM All-Share listed provider of media entertainment content to mobile devices was trading at GBX 0.30 at 2:40 PM (GMT+1) on 10 June 2022. With a market cap of £9.67 million the company’s share value has appreciated by 12.83% as of 10 June 2022.

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Essensys Plc (LON: ESYS)  

Essensys Plc is a leading software company that offers mission-critical software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform and cloud services to the flexible workspace segment of the commercial real estate sector. The FTSE AIM All-share listed company’s market cap stands at £52.47 million, the shares were trading at GBX 80.50, down by 0.62%, at 2:40 PM (GMT+1) on 10 June 2022. Its share value has depreciated by -70.01% over the last one year and its YTD return stands at -68.65%.

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