On Stockhead today, why supply chains are sexy and TVs will stay cheap, the grey nomads primed to lead the tourism rebound, but the road is still a little bumpy and our latest StockTalk podcast.

But first…


The day ahead

It’s a quiet day on the local economic front, but there’s a raft of global economic data points coming up to end the week.

It kicks off in Asian trade with the release of China’s monthly triple-shot; industrial production, retail sales and fixed-asset investment figures for April.

Elsewhere, a busy schedule out of the US will include April data for industrial production and retail sales, along with the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index for May.

The following companies are in trading halts and are expected to exit in the next two trading days:


Superior Resources (ASX:SPQ) – capital raising
Australian Finance Group (ASX:AFG) – capital raising
Breville (ASX:BRG) – capital raising
Nvoi (ASX:NVO) – capital raising
New Zealand Coastal Seafoods (ASX:NZS) – capital raising


Roots Sustainable Agricultural Technologies (ASX:ROO) – capital raising
Wide Open Agriculture (ASX:WOA) – material licence and option agreement
Hot Chili (ASX:HCH) – capital raising
Torian Resources (ASX:TNR) – capital raising



Gold: $US1,730.05 ($2,658.74) (+0.86%)

Silver: $US15.86 (+1.41%)

Oil (WTI): $US27.66 (+9.37%)

Oil (Brent): $US29.37 (+7.54%)

Coal: $US56.32 (-0.05%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US86.84 (+1.06%)

AUD/USD: $US0.6461 (+0.09%)

Bitcoin: $US9,659.39 (+3.82%)


What got you talking yesterday

On Twitter, there was plenty of interest in Reuben Adams’ deep dive on the state of play in the uranium sector.

Are we seeing a uranium renaissance, or another false dawn? It’s a complex question, but this comprehensive analysis covers all the key areas investors need to know about.

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Also, be sure to check in at 10.20am each morning for our daily 10 at 10 column — a live summary of winners & losers at the opening bell.

These were the most tipped stocks (weekly) on Stocks in Play:

Yesterday’s winners

Code Company Price % Change Volume
AMD Arrow Minerals 0.007 40.00% 4.17M
AX8 Accelerate Resources 0.025 38.89% 254.24K
PEC Perpetual Resources Ltd 0.024 33.33% 933.50K
RGL Riversgold 0.016 33.33% 37.12M
CZL Consolidated Zinc 0.004 33.33% 10.76M
CYY Coventry Resources 0.022 29.41% 603.86K
KGM Kalnorth Gold Mines 0.009 28.57% 10.00K
SSG Shaver Shop 0.55 27.91% 2.56M
DDD 3D Resources Ltd 0.003 25.00% 2.00M
VRC Volt Resources 0.01 25.00% 30.75M
PGY Pilot Energy 0.02 25.00% 282.32K
MAN Mandrake Resources 0.027 22.73% 51.32M
TON Triton Minerals 0.057 21.28% 5.48M
PSC Prospect Resources Ltd 0.076 20.63% 312.92K
AWV Anova Metals Ltd 0.012 20.00% 3.26M
BLV Blossomvale Holdings 0.24 20.00% 158.21K
TIN TNT Mines 0.185 19.35% 9.28M
BRB Breaker Resources NL 0.22 18.92% 847.28K
GML Gateway Mining Ltd 0.013 18.18% 2.80M
LCL Los Cerros 0.053 17.78% 2.46M
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Yesterday’s losers

Code Company Price % Change Volume
ID8 Identitii 0.1 -66.67% 1.26M
PCL Pancontinental Oil&Gas 0.001 -33.33% 1.47M
ALT Analytica Ltd 0.002 -33.33% 227.14K
HCD Hydrocarbon Dynamics 0.017 -26.09% 8.67K
CLZ Classic Minerals Ltd 0.002 -25.00% 35.61M
TAR Taruga Gold Ltd 0.013 -23.53% 8.36M
HLX Helix Resources 0.007 -22.22% 393.54K
GED Golden Deeps Ltd 0.007 -22.22% 7.12M
XTC Xantippe Resources 0.002 -20.00% 5.00M
RNX Renegade Exploration 0.002 -20.00% 200.00K
DLC Delecta Ltd 0.004 -20.00% 88.50K
IVZ Invictus Energy 0.018 -18.18% 1.20M
EXL Elixinol Global 0.223 -17.59% 7.55M
RAG Ragnar Metals 0.005 -16.67% 2.00M
ADX Adx Energy Ltd 0.005 -16.67% 344.43K
CE1 Calima Energy 0.005 -16.67% 2.59M
PPL Pureprofile Ltd 0.005 -16.67% 200.00K
HNR Hannans Reward Ltd 0.005 -16.67% 2.73M
RES Resource Generation 0.051 -15.00% 121.00K
CY5 Cygnus Gold 0.046 -14.81% 22.20K
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