Top 5 Small Cap Stocks With Huge Growth Potential in Australia

In this video we are going to go through 5 Small Cap Stocks, which I believe have huge growth potential in Australia, and can possibly deliver great returns in the future. Hope you enjoy the video 🙂 Jake —————————- Top…

Top 5 Small Cap Stocks With Huge Growth Potential in Australia

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In this video we are going to go through 5 Small Cap Stocks, which I believe have huge growth potential in Australia, and can possibly deliver great returns in the future.

Hope you enjoy the video 🙂

Jake

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Top 5 Small Cap Stocks With Huge Growth Potential in Australia

STOCK No. 1: Bailador Technology Investments Ltd (ASX: BTI)

Over the past year the company share price has increased by 82.18% And 32.37% in the last 6 months with the stock currently trading at $1.84, and a market cap off $259.41m.

Bailador Technology Investments operates in the Financial Sector and is an Australian based company that invests in the information technology and media sector. Some of their notable early stage investments were in Lendi, DocScorp and Viostream.

Bailador provides investors the opportunity to gain exposure to early, high growth tech investments by investing in their stock.

STOCK No 2: Intega Group Ltd (ASX: ITG)

In the last 12 month Intega’s stock has increased by 229.63%. In the last 6 months it has increased by 67.92%, with a current share price at $0.89 and a market cap of $370.23m.

Intega Group Limited is an Australia-based engineering service provider. The Company is primarily engaged in quality, testing and measurement businesses that operate in Australia, New Zealand, US, UK and Canada.

The company realised some impressive earnings growth of 54.8% in comparison to the prior year, and also increased its underlying EPS from 1.16c to 2.13c, which is probably why the share price has been gaining traction as well.

STOCK No 3: CogState Limited (ASX: CGS)

CogState’s share price has risen by over 109.82% in the past year. And that has not stopped over the past 6 months, where the share price has taken an even sharper rise by 158.24% at $2.35 a share and increased its market cap to $405.61m.

CogState is a tech company that operates in the Healthcare industry, They have two main products that help with early stage detection of memory loss, mainly associated with Alzhimers.

These products are in two markets, the first being the clinical trials market, where the majority of revenue has been generated for Cogstate over the past 20 years, and the second is Healthcare Market where the technology is used by individuals and physicians.

STOCK No 4: XRF Scientific Limited (ASX: XRF)

XRF Scientific is another stock that has been making huge price gains in the past year of 120%.

And that has not stopped over the past 6 months with a 78.38% price gain. The share price has moved from $0.20 to $0.66 in the same period of time.

XRF Scientific is a technology company that operates in the materials and mining sector. The company manufactures machinery, specialized chemicals and instruments that helps mining companies analyse material samples.

STOCK No 5. Bisalloy Steel Group (ASX: BIS)

Over the past year, Bisalloy share price has gained a modest 44.68%.

However in the last 6 month the price has moved quite substantially by 98.06% moving from a share price of $1.03 to currently trading at $2.04 with a $94.00m Market Capitalisation.

Bisalloy Steel operates in the Materials Sector and is Australia’s only manufacturer of high-strength structural, wear-resistant and armour steel plates using quenched and tempered steel. Bisalloy products are used in the mining, construction, general fabrication and defence sectors.

The company has an extensive distribution network across Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, the People’s Republic of China and the United Arab Emirates.

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