On Stockhead today, Guy le Page’s hot iron ore stocks to watch, the pot plays that have tripled in a year, and a new kaolin RTO is on this week.

 

But first… the day ahead.

 

TRADING HALTS

Today:

Volt Resources (ASX:VRC) – execution of vendor agreements
Carbon Revolution (ASX:CBR) – capital raising

Wednesday:

Security Matters (ASX:SMX) – capital raising
Fin Resources (ASX:FIN) – acquisition
Rumble Resources (ASX:RTR) – capital raising
TZ (ASX:TZL) – capital raising
AnteoTech (ASX:ADO) – capital raising

 

MARKETS

Gold: $US1,781.33 ($2,283.46) (+0.23%)

Silver: $US26.22 ($33.61) (+0.89%)

Oil (WTI): $US61.98 (-0.26%)

Oil (Brent): $US65.72 (-0.59%)

Coal: $US88.02 (-2.07%)

Iron 62pc Fe: $US177.58 (+0.62%)

AUD/USD: $US0.7798 (+0.64%)

Bitcoin: $US52,833.80 (+9.67%)

 

WHAT GOT YOU TALKING YESTERDAY?

WA’s finest (only) daily rag The West Australian allegedly confuses a One Nation staffer for veteran, puts him on Page 1. Whoops.

 

What’s the easiest way to pump a few bagz into your stock? Just mention hydrogen.

 

And ‘Dr Copper’ — like iron ore – continues to defy the naysayers.

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YESTERDAY’S WINNERS

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Monday gains were led by hydrogen play Hexagon Energy Material (ASX:HXG), which jumped sharply in afternoon trade following the release of its 4C filing shortly after 2pm EST.

Also rising strong off the back of a 4C filing was Singapore-based education technology platform 8VI Holdings (ASX:8VI).

8VI said monthly subscriber numbers for its financial education app continued to climb. The company booked net operating cash inflows of more than $5m, on cash receipts of $10.668m.

 

YESTERDAY’S LOSERS