Penny Stock Investing Course

Well it’s been a few months since I launched my Penny Stock Investesting courses and to date it has been a hugely rewarding experience for me. Communicating with students, answering questions and watching some of them grow in such a short period of time has been amazing. These courses were never designed as a means of selling someone a digital …

The $50k Challenge!

I have officially kicked off the $50k Challenge and started investing $50,000 in the share market with live buys and sells. This will ensure complete transparency through this experiment. I will also be providing brief reasons for buys and sells as I go. To make the updates easy to follow I have created a $50k Challenge page on my site …

The $50k Challenge – Update 24

The $50k Challenge Update 24 – 05/10/2021 Stock Code: EQN Shares Purchased: 150,000 Share Price: $0.20  Reason for Buying SOI: 95,500,001 Shares escrowed: 50,000,000 Cash: $9,000,000 Listing price: $0.20 Market Cap: $19m EV: $10m EQN is an iron ore explorer located in the in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Its existing Hamersley Iron Ore project has a global Mineral …

The $50k Challenge – Update 23

The $50k Challenge Update 23 – 04/10/2021 Stock Code: ZEO Shares Sold: 175,000 Share Price: 0.087 Total Profit: 1,350% / $13,950 Shares remaining: 490,000 Reason for Selling As per my last sale last week, I am very much still bullish on ZEO, however I need to clear funds for a new stock that will enter the $50k challenge shortly. This …

The $50k Challenge – Update 22

The $50k Challenge Update 22 – 21/09/2021 Stock Code: ZEO Shares Sold: 167,000 Share Price: 0.09 Total Profit: 1,400% / $14,000 Shares remaining: 665,000 Reason for Selling From a fundamental’s perspective, ZEO has been a fantastic performer as management continue to delivery/execute on the companies’ objectives. I am very much still bullish on ZEO, however I need to clear funds …

The $50k Challenge – Update 21

The $50k Challenge Update 21 – 09/07/2021 Stock Code: BMM Shares Purchased: 190,000 Share Price: $0.20 SOI: 45,000,000 Cash: $6,500,000 Listing price: $0.20 Market Cap: $9,000,000 EV: $2,500,000 Reason for buying: Director ownership: One director is subscribing for $200,000 in shares in the IPO. Other directors only own options. BMM however is a spin out from JDR who owns 22% …

The $50k Challenge – Update 20

The $50k Challenge Update 20 – 28/05/2021 Stock Code: LCD Shares Purchased: 476,000 Share Price: $0.08 Total Profit: $28,250 Reason for selling: LCD has been a good performer over the past few months through their acquisition Murchison Gold project. I have decided to sell LCD solely due to the fact that I needed to clear up funds for an upcoming …

The $50k Challenge – Update 19

The $50k Challenge Update 19 – 14/01/2021 Stock Code: PF1 Shares Purchased: 34,482 Share Price: $0.29 Total Shares: 196,645 Reason for Purchasing more: Since my original purchase on 24/11 one of the directors has purchased shares on market on 3 separate occasions which is fantastic. Since listing he has now purchased over $300k worth of additional shares on market. Iron …

The $50k Challenge – Update 18

The $50k Challenge Update 18 – 24/11/2020 Stock Code: EMD Shares Purchased: 352,941 Share Price: 0.087 Reason for buying Low market cap of $18m with $2m in cash Board of Directors own 32% of the register Top 20 own 59% of the register No debt Cannabis sector just starting early phase bull market due to recent legislative changes. EMD undervalued …

The $50k Challenge – Update 17

The $50k Challenge Update 17 – 23/12/2020 Stock Code: 8CO Shares Sold: 255,000 Share Price: 0.12 Total Profit: 85% / $14,025 Reason for Selling Ultimately I sold 8CO for two main reasons. Firstly their revenue growth stalled and the expected uptick when COVID restrictions were lifted did not occur. Secondly the entire payments sector has died out with the majority …

Q&A with The Stockrocker

Tell us a bit about you and what got you into the share market in the first place? I first arrived in Australia in 1983 as a refugee when I was 10 years old. I was born in Cambodia just before the civil war of 1974-1979 which saw over 2 million people (25% of the population) slaughtered during the genocide. …

Q&A with The Gladiator

What did the first few years of your investment journey look like? So growing up my parents invested quite a bit in real estate so in my late teenage years I saved to buy an investment property of my own. Coming towards the end of the GFC in 09 the property market wasn’t great in Australia so I was able …