Three Small-Cap Stocks to Own Right Now

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If you’re like most investors, you’ll be content parking your money in bigger blue chips like BHP or CBA.

But no investment in the share market is ever truly ‘safe’. While you may not lose as much with blue chips, you won’t likely gain as much either.

The small-cap stock sector, without a doubt, smashes their large-cap competitors in terms of average returns.

The ASX Small Ordinaries index performed three times better than the ASX 200 in 2018.

So why do most investors, fund managers, and even mainstream media ignore this potential goldmine of massive returns?

Because it takes work! There’s not as much information on small-cap companies, the shares are often thinly traded, and naturally…there’s more risk involved.

But with a little digging, you too can uncover hidden gems with lots of potential.

We’ve put together a brand-new report called: ‘The Best Small-Cap Stocks to Own Today’ that aims to help you get the ball rolling on your small-cap research.

Download a copy today and you’ll learn about:

  • The dairy king that could be crowned the next a2 Milk. This nutritional dairy company has a growing range of premium products including — what could be their hottest one soon thanks to insatiable demand from China — organic baby formula. The vertically integrated company also control their whole supply chain from farm to shipping, meaning no middleman and more profits.
  • The Aussie telco that’s dominating their niche of the market. You might never have heard of this company, but they’ve already built one of the biggest networks in Australia. They’ve even expanded to New Zealand, the US, and Europe. But it’s their move into the Asian market that’s really exciting. With revenues in excess of $50 million this small-cap is full of growth potential.
  • The fashion chain bucking the trend of retail. This company is doing so well they’re actually opening brick and mortar stores around Australia while most of their competition is downsizing. They target a unique demographic and they practically own the market at this point. Better yet, they’re using their strategy to buy up competitors and expand their fashion footprint in Australia.

You’ll learn about these three hidden gems in our brand-new report: ‘The Best Small-Cap Stocks to Own Today’.

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