Most mainstream investment pros will tell you that it’s impossible to time the market. That you should just buy a bunch of shares and hold them for life. I think that’s not only wrong…it’s irresponsible.
If you’re being fed this advice, you could be passing up opportunities to make a lot of money. That’s why we’d like to show you three of the hottest Aussie small-cap and growth stocks for 2015.
Sign up to the free daily financial email Money Morning now, and you’ll receive the names of these companies, and their ticker symbols. They won’t replace your stable dividend earners, but they could multiply your initial investment many times over.
We believe these companies should be part of every Aussie investor’s portfolio…including yours.
- Hot Aussie Stock #1: This well-known fast food company is sitting on a $28 million profit, and with online business booming, further growth seems inevitable. At the current rate of progress, you could be looking at five-year profit of 86%.
- Hot Aussie Stock #2: This Aussie upstart offers cutting-edge medical services. Think MRI, Doppler ultrasound, and CT scans. It’s grown 460% in the last five years, and you could make similar returns in the next five years if the company keeps growing at its current rate.
- Hot Aussie Stock #3: Ever heard of ‘dark fibre’? This IT services company uses it to provide highly customised data transfer services. If that doesn’t mean much to you, the potential return will…this company could repeat its 2,450% 5-year growth as tech-savvy clients turn to ‘dark fibre’.
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