From explorers to pharma players, oil & gas and student housing real estate – there are 12 stocks set to list on the ASX in the next month.

But please note that these listing dates are extremely speculative. If you’re interested, contact the company direct for a better idea of when they expect to start trading on the ASX.


Felix Gold (ASX:FXG)

Listing: 25 January

IPO: $10m at $0.20

The explorer is targeting the discovery of multi-million ounce deposits in the Fairbanks District of the Tintina Gold Belt in Alaska, which is largely underexplored but still home to multiple +10 Moz gold deposits like:

Plus, it hosts emerging potential Tier 1 discoveries including Nova Minerals’ (ASX:NVA) Estelle Project (373m averaging 3.8g/t gold) and Freegold’s (TSX:FGL) Golden Summit Project (188m @ 3.69g/t and 573m @ 1.21g/t).

Felix is the second largest landholder in Fairbanks, with four projects: Treasure Creek, NE Fairbanks, Grant-Ester and Liberty Bell.

Drilling at all four projects is planned from Q2 2022.


Cosmos Metals (ASX:CMO)

Listing: 27 January

IPO: $7m at $0.20

The Great Boulder Resources (ASX:GBR) spinoff raising $5m to $7m at 20c per share to tackle the multi-commodity ‘Yamarna’ project.

Yamarna already includes a couple of copper-nickel-cobalt discoveries at ‘Mt Venn’ and ‘Eastern Mafic’, with mineralisation at Mt Venn extending over 1.5km “and offering near-term resource definition potential”.

There are also known gold, chromite, vanadium, and uranium occurrences to test, CMO says.

The team includes Ziggy Lubieniecki, who is credited with the discovery of the neighbouring +6Moz Gruyere gold deposit.


Haranga Resources

Listing: 27 January

IPO: $6.5m

The African gold, lithium and uranium explorer is focused on the ‘Saraya’ advanced-stage uranium-lithium-tin project, explored by French Government-owned Areva prior to 2010. That work included an estimated 48,000m drilling.

The project is mainly hosted by granites and pegmatite units which is also prospective for lithium, tin, tantalum and niobium, with spodumene (lithium minerals) having been visually reported.

The ‘Issia’ gold project in Cote d’Ivoire is proverbial stone’s throw from Tietto Minerals’ (ASX:TIE) 3.02Moz ‘Abujar’ project, which should produce its first gold bar in the fourth quarter of 2022.


Belararox Limited (ASX:BRX)

Listing: 28 January

IPO: $6m at $0.20

The explorer focused on securing and developing resources to meet the surge in demand from the technology, battery and renewable energy markets.

It’s focused on developing the Belara Project and the secondary Bullabulling Project tenements located in New South Wales and Western Australia respectively, which it says have the potential for zinc, copper, gold, silver, nickel and lead resources.

The IPO funds are expected to be used over the next 24 months to undertake drilling and exploration programs to upgrade the resource estimates to current standards and increase the extent of the resources.


Firebrick Pharma (ASX:FRE)

Listing: 28 January

IPO: $7m at $0.20

The pharmaceutical development and manufacturing company has developed a breakthrough nasal spray medicine that targets the viral cause of the common cold – called Nasodine Nasal Spray.

It contains the broad-spectrum antimicrobial agent, povidone-iodine and in clinical studies, Nasodine has been shown to be well-tolerated as a four-times-daily nasal spray.

The funds are expected to go towards the second Phase 3 trial this year.

Patents have been filed worldwide on its use as a treatment and preventative for the common cold, however, it is not yet approved for sale in Australia.


My Rewards International (ASX:MRI)

Listing: 31 January

IPO: $7m at $0.20

The employee and consumer rewards, loyalty and engagement program offers a cloud-based, ecommerce platform where members can access exclusive discounts and offers, and businesses can reward their employees for their loyalty and performance.

It boasts that its connected more than 4.6 million members with over 4,500 suppliers and has big name clients like Telstra, Ria Money, Ramsay Health, MLC and AIG.

And there’s room to grow – globally, the loyalty management market is estimated at US$7.6 billion in 2020, forecast to grow to US$15.5 billion by 2026 at a CAGR of 15.3%.

As part of the IPO, the company will acquire Perx Rewards Pty Ltd, adding $12.5m revenue to the My Rewards Business.


Top End Energy (ASX:TEE)

Listing: 31 January

IPO: $6.4m at $0.20

The company is exploring for oil, gas and other associated product streams (including helium and hydrogen) – and aims to be a net zero emissions energy producer.

The company will hold a 100% interest in a granted hydrocarbon permit in Queensland, where it plans to undertake geological, geophysical and engineering studies, aeromag and gravity surveys, seismic acquisition as well as the plug and abandon of the Barwinock 2 well.

In the Northern Territory, the company will hold a 50% interest in 30 hydrocarbon exploration permit applications totalling ~160,000km2.

The company aims to secure application grants, seismic acquisition and to undertake seismic interpretation and drilling prospect generation.


Alright that’s January done.


Here’s some listings to look forward to in February:



5E Advanced Materials (ASX:5EA)

Listing: 1 February

5EA is set to become the new name and parent company of American Pacific Borates Limited (ASX:ABR) – with the company set to list the US via a Nasdaq Direct Listing in February.

All shares held by ABR shareholders will be transferred to 5EA – and ABR says it will be possible to transfer holdings from ASX CDIs to NASDAQ shares and vice versa.

The focus is still on the development of the Fort Cady Borate Project, which hosts a multi-generational borate resource where boric acid, borate specialty materials, gypsum and potassium sulphate (SOP) will be produced for the global market.


WA1 Resources (ASX:WA1)

Listing: 1 February

IPO: $6m at $0.20

The spinout of private project generator Tali Resources will list with three WA exploration projects — the flagship ‘West Arunta’ plus ‘Madura’ (IOCG) and ‘Hidden Valley’ (nickel, copper, PGEs).

Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits (IOCG) — like BHP’s Olympic Dam mine or more recent Oak Dam discovery  — can be tremendously large, and simple-to-process concentrations of copper, gold and other elements like uranium.

Hidden Valley contains a number of potential intrusive bodies considered prospective for mafic-ultramafic intrusion-hosted Ni-Cu-PGE sulphides, à la Chalice Mining’s (ASX:CHN) Julimar.


Andrean Mining Limited (ASX:ADM)

Listing: 14 February

IPO: $6m at $0.20

The explorer is focused on its Colombian high-grade copper-gold-silver-zinc project called El Dovio – a high-grade VMS system with grades to 104g/t gold and 17% copper.

ADM is targeting a maiden JORC resource in an initial 15,000m drilling campaign with a scoping study to follow.

Plus, the company says Colombia is emerging as a major new mining destination, with majors like Anglogold Ashanti (ASX:AGG) developing new copper and gold mines in country.


US Student Housing REIT (ASX:USQ)

Listing: 16 February

IPO: $45m at $1.38

The REIT aims to acquire and manage high-quality purpose-built student housing assets in close proximity to top-tier public universities across the United States,and drive value through operational strategy and capital upgrades – and is the only Australian-listed property trust with a primary strategy in investing in US student housing.

USQ says the sector fundamentals have been resilient during periods of economic instability due to ever-growing enrolment demand driven by demographics and little reliance on overseas students.

The portfolio will have a strong mix of assets owned and/or operated by joint venture partners Auctus Investments Group (ASX:AVC), a private markets asset manager based in Melbourne, Australia, and Student Quarters, an Atlanta-based student housing owner and operator, for up to five years.


Catalano Seafood (ASX:CSF)

Listing: 24 February

IPO: $6m at $0.20

The seafood processor, wholesaler, retailer and exporter has plans to expand its distribution network, aiming to roll out its Seafood Management Solution to supermarkets.

Along with increasing its sales and marketing capabilities, the company will also use the funds to upgrade processing equipment.