Four Aussie Innovator Stocks That Could Shoot up after the Lockdown

Discover the little known small-cap stocks best placed to capitalise on post-pandemic megatrends…

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Dear Reader,

In this brand-new report, Australian market experts Ryan Dinse and Lachlann Tierney profile four innovative Aussie firms positioned to take advantage of post-pandemic trends in the tech and retail space.

What’s the potential here?

Picture getting your hands on Amazon.com, Inc [NASDAQ:AMZN] stocks before the dawn of the internet age. An investment of just $100 during its 1997 IPO is worth over $14,500 today!

Could these stocks achieve the same ‘superstar’ status?

If you read Ryan and Lachlann’s report, you’ll see that they have every chance.

And, right now, they are selling for pocket change on the ASX. So if you want to have a punt, download ‘Four High-Value Small-Caps That Could Go Exponential right now…

You’ll discover:

  • Explosive Small-Cap Stock No.1: This innovative online marketplace has profited greatly due to the global shift to online sales. Plus, its focus on Intellectual Property (IP) has edged out its closest competitors. Along with recent strong interest from leading analysts, you can expect demand for its stock to surge.
  • Explosive Small-Cap Stock No.2: This groundbreaking app allows families to track the safety of loved ones. To date, their user base has grown at a rapid rate. This is expected to accelerate when families spend more time apart as schools and workplaces reopen. We recommend you check it out before its stock gets rerated…
  • Explosive Small-Cap Stock No.3: This online retailer is another clear winner with the global shift towards online sales. Providing competitive offerings to consumers, it is on track to becoming a dominant mini-conglomerate…
  • Explosive Small-Cap Stock No.4: This cutting-edge firm specialises in workforce performance and protection technology. It’s well-positioned to cash in as more companies increase their risk management budgets for the upcoming financial year…

You’ll discover why Ryan Dinse finds these four Aussie firms of interest in this brand-new Money Morning report: ‘Four High Value Small-Caps That Could Go Exponential’.

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