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Top 3 Best Small Cap Stocks To Buy Now On The ASX For 2019

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Even though small-cap stocks tend to have much more risk and volatility involved than blue-chip shares, having some exposure to small caps and their potential upside can add strong upside potential for your portfolio.

A compliment of small-cap investments in a blue chip portfolio can be the shot needed to add that extra 5-10% in capital growth you probably won’t see in big players such as Commonwealth Bank, Wesfarmers and QBE.

With the market correction towards the end of 2018, small-cap and growth stocks have been hit hard. With prices much lower than towards the middle of 2018 and valuations well off its highs, there are a lot more opportunities in the market now that you can get set on for the next rally up.

The best small cap stocks to buy now are generally driven by three factors within the markets, understanding these forces helps us time the market and buy or sell small-cap stock at the most opportune moments. Read more

Top 5 Best Dividend Stocks To Buy Now On The ASX For 2019

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If you are entering a stage where you are looking for stocks that pay a strong, reliable and predictable dividend, the best place to look is for companies that are mature and dominant in their field.

With the market correction towards the end of 2019, a lot of stocks which were trading at a lower yield due to strong a stock price are now yielding much higher than before. The great thing about corrections in the market is that even though the market is pricing stocks at a much lower price, the fundamentals of the stock hasn’t changed. This means that there are many bargains to be had when markets correct.

If you are looking to buy these stocks for the long-term and looking for a strong stable dividend, these are some of the best dividend stocks to buy now on the ASX for 2019.

However, if you want to time the market and maximise your dividend yield by purchasing these stocks when they are oversold, check out our article here on how to buy income stocks using technical analysis. Please note that all the dividend yields are quoted grossed up which means it includes the franking credits and will also be higher or lower depending on the share price on the day.

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Top 5 High Growth Best Stocks To Buy Now On The ASX For 2019

by Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director No Comments

Picking the best stocks to buy now is hard, but if you dig hard enough, the ASX has a number of hidden gems that can provide strong growth for your portfolio.

With the correction towards the end of 2018, growth stocks have been hit hard and brought down some of the more ridiculous valuations investors have priced in. Even though the stocks have become cheaper, the narrative of the story hasn’t changed. This means with a correction comes opportunity.

Growth stocks are generally driven almost entirely by qualitative factors such as first mover advantage, quality and quantity of assets, permits and technology. Quantitative factors such as profit, revenue and so forth taking a back seat. Even though it is imperative that their financials are sound, when it comes to growth stocks, we are buying the story and perceived future value.

However, the very nature of valuing companies through qualitative factors means that there is a lot of room for error, opinion and subjectivity. This means that high growth stocks tend to be small-cap, high risk and highly speculative.  Read more

Top 5 Best Shares To Buy Now On The ASX For 2019

by Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director Henry Fung - Partner Managing Director No Comments

The Australian stock market this year has experienced a lot more volatility than in 2017. However, with volatility, comes opportunity.

With the market in the depths of a correction towards the end of 2018, those who are brave enough to pick up a bargain have a wealth of opportunity with many stocks trading well below their fair value.

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Why People Infrastructure Shares (ASX PPE) Is A Stock To Buy

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People Infrastructure Ltd (ASX PPE), a workforce management company, provides contracted staffing and human resources outsourcing services in Australia and New Zealand. The company offers recruiting, on-boarding, rostering, timesheet management, payroll, and workplace health and safety management services. It serves community service, mining, general industrial, infrastructure, construction, food processing, childcare, government, landscaping, and hospitality sectors. Read more

Are Freedom Foods Shares (ASX FNP) A Stock To Buy?

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Freedom Foods Group Ltd (ASX FNP) sources, manufactures, sells and distributes specialty cereal and snacks, plant and dairy-based beverages and nutritional products. Freedom Foods shares has a footprint in China, South East Asia FNP’s health-focused cereals and snacks are sales leaders on e-commerce site Tmall and JD.com, the two most significant online e-commerce websites in China. Freedom Foods have also entered North America since 2015. Read more

Why PWR Holdings (ASX PWH) Is A Stock To Buy

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PWR Holdings Limited (ASX PWH) is an Australia-based company which produces world-class cooling solutions for motorsports and automotive industry.

Apart from providing high-performance radiators, intercoolers and oil coolers for its elite customers such as Formula One, V8 Supercars, NASCAR and DTM, PWH also support customers by customising products to suit their specific cooling requirements. PWR holdings shares have seen stable growth in its sales revenue and accumulated the market capitalization of AU$314 million. Apart from its main business, PWH also generates revenue from automotive aftermarket, emerging technologies and OEM – original equipment manufacturers. Read more