Alice Queen Focused on Grassroots Exploration Projects

Blue-chips stocks have underperformed in 2016, so it makes sense to look beyond the traditional blue-chip stocks and also focus on the small-mid cap sector. Above all, companies with a focus on gold mining and exploration have outperformed the broader market. Australian gold and base metals exploration company Alice Queen Limited (ASX:AQX) is one of those companies that many have not heard of yet.

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Why You Might Be Better-Off Investing In Small Caps This Year

Following the Global Financial Crisis in 2008/09, blue chip stocks were the place to invest your money. If you would have bought Commonwealth Bank (ASX:CBA) back in January 2009,you would have tripled your money by now and on top received fully franked dividends year after year. Not a bad investment at all. However, financial conditions in 2016 are much more challenging, especially given the high valuations of Australia’s leading blue-chip stocks. While many ‘large caps’ continue to pay attractive dividends and others seem to trade at reasonable valuations, capital growth opportunities appear somewhat limited. It is time for investors to diversify into small-mid caps stocks.

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The Digital Outdoor Media Sector Is Growing

On average 11.2 million people commute weekdays by train across NSW, VIC and WA, according to research recently conducted by Nielsen. According to Outdoor Media Alliance (OMA), around 72% of all Australian adults have seen a digital billboard in the past month and around 78% of those people have agreed that digital advertising is ‘attention grabbing’. It has been established that a ‘cross track’ ad is viewed 8 times longer than the average.

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Big Un Limited Set for Future Growth

Big Un Limited (ASX:BIG) is a mobile content and enterprise marketer that offers low cost video production and distribution services for small to medium enterprises (SME). The company is based in Australia and has its operations in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, USA and UK. The company was founded in 2013 and listed on the ASX in December 2014 via a reverse merger with Republic Gold Ltd. The stock is traded under the ticker code BIG.

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CM8 & FLN – Two Of The Hottest Stocks On The ASX

Crowd Mobile (ASX:CM8) and Freelancer (ASX:FLN) are two of the hottest stocks currently on the ASX. Both companies have been on a hot streak, with Freelancer’s share price gaining over 59 per cent in the last twelve months and Crowd Mobile gaining 94 per cent since listing via a reverse merger in January this year. Let’s have a closer look at the two companies and what’s been driving the share prices.

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Fatfish Invests In South-East Asia

Fatfish Internet Group Ltd (ASX:FFG) is an Australian investment company focused on technology. It specialises in delivering capital and resources to concept stage internet ventures in the South East Asian region. Fatfish’s principal assets include a portfolio of unlisted investments which is supported by co-investment partnerships with the Government’s of Malaysia and Singapore.

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Will Crowd Mobile’s Aggressive Growth Strategy Pay Off?

So far this year Crowd Mobile Limited has launched in Denmark, Turkey and the Asian markets. However the most recent partnership with Track Holdings appears to be the most significant announcement so far. As we have seen with companies such as G8 Education (GEM) or Greencross Limited (GXL), expansion through acquisition may result in higher funding risks, which may negatively impact the share price. Will Crowd Mobile’s aggressive growth strategy pay off?

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Nemex Goes All The Way With Biometric Security

Nemex Resources (ASX:NXR) is an Australian based resources company with a current focus on biometric security through a tactical investment in Wavefront Biometric Technologies (WBT). WBT is an Australian based biometric technology developer and has developed a single sensor multi-biometric system built around a patented cornea based technology and incorporating other unique aspects of the eye.

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