Yesterday’s climb gives Qantas shareholders a year-to-date return of 83.7%. What has caused the stock to appreciate so aggressively? There are three catalysts that come to mind.
From an investment perspective, there are a few ways to play this gas crisis. Australia desperately needs to develop new sources of gas to supply the domestic market. There are a number of small companies developing their reserves now to do this in the years to come.
Markets make opinions, goes the old saying. Nowhere is that more true than in the oil market right now. More broadly, the rally in oil prices tells you the global economy is healthy. That should keep stocks moving higher in 2017.
Kathmandu Holdings [ASX:KMD] released their full-year results for the 2017 financial year. The outdoor retailer rose 5.9% to $2.06 per share.
This morning Premier Investments Ltd [ASX:PMV] fell almost 3% to $13.35 per share. What happened to the share price?
This morning G8 Education Ltd [ASX:GEM], a listed early childcare provider, climbed 3.2% to $3.89 per share. What happened to G8 Education share price?
Shares in Aquabotix Ltd [ASX:UUV] gained 33% today. What caused Aquabotix Share Price to Rise?
The share price of GetSwift Ltd [ASX:GSW], has continued its September bull-run, climbing a whopping 22.8% today alone. It’s just another success story that goes to show the strength of the small-cap sector.
The market can be extremely complex and confusing. While investing seems pretty simple in hindsight, knowing what to do in the present moment is not so easy. It’s why so many amateur and professional investors fail to outperform the market over the long run.
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