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Three Hot Pot Stocks For 2021 and beyond

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Learn our top three Aussie firms we believe are set to dominate the legal cannabis market…and where big pot profits could be up for grabs in 2021 and beyond.

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How You Could Make Profitable Trades Consistently Even During Volatile Markets

Trading veteran Murray Dawes reveals his unique strategy that can help you clock up steady gains in any market while limiting your downside risk.

In this brand new report, trading expert Murray Dawes explains his process aimed at making bigger, more frequent wins, and fewer, smaller losses, even during a crashing market.

Through the worst of the coronavirus crash, where the ASX 200 lost six years of gains in a single month, Murray was able to guide his clients to gains of 58%, 68% and 205% — all while managing risk super tightly.

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Four Little-Known Small-Cap Stocks that Cannot Be Ignored

Small-cap analyst Ryan Clarkson-Ledward reveals four undervalued stocks that could potentially soar in 2021.

  • Small-Cap #1: This media stalwart has been battered to just 3.5% of its all-time high price…yet its revenue and profits just recently surpassed its 2008 high. With a renewed focus on online revenue through major partnerships with Google and Facebook, we believe this stock has the potential to rebound significantly.
  • Small-Cap #2: This innovative mobile app allows families to track the safety of loved ones. Already enjoying a 37% increase in year-on-year revenue, its user base growth is expected to accelerate post-lockdown when families spend more time apart. We recommend checking out this stock before workplaces and travel fully reopen.
  • Small-Cap #3: This ‘buy now, pay later’ (BNPL) platform caters to major expenses — from home renovations to medical treatments. Considering BNLP transactions shot up by 669% from 2015 to 2019, it is on the right side of a fast-growing trend. And with an impressive $43.4 million in net profit, it could prove to be a less risky stock pick compared to Afterpay.
  • Small-Cap #4: This property developer could turn into one of the biggest beneficiaries of Australia’s massive land grab. Boasting a stellar 85% year-on-year growth, sales are likely to explode as money floods the property market amid rock-bottom interest rates. We believe there is a lot of room for this stock to grow.
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Three Lithium ‘Bounce Back’ Stocks for 2021

Top Lithium Stocks in 2021

Adoption of electric vehicles is predicted to explode by 500% in the next 10 years…and given lithium’s crucial role in EV batteries, our Money Morning experts believe the sector is on the cusp of a major revival in 2021.

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  • Explosive Lithium Stock #1: This innovative producer supplies raw material for rechargeable batteries. Through its partnership with a global car manufacturer, it aims to capitalise on the rapidly growing electric car market. Investing early could result in rewarding returns…
  • Explosive Lithium Stock #2: This groundbreaking lithium company is well-placed to profit from Europe’s 100% reliance on imported lithium. Given its geographical advantages, as well as close collaboration with the EU, its stock is set to rise over the long haul.
  • Explosive Lithium Stock #3: This little-known miner is the main supplier to several lithium-hungry corporations. Demand is expected to shoot up further as it enters the lucrative Chinese market. Currently trading under $1, our experts believe this stock is currently going cheap.
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