3 shares serving up big gains in 2018

Here are three shares that could be worth keeping an eye on after notching up solid gains on Friday.

Redbubble Ltd (ASX: RBL)

‘Red’ and ‘bubble’ are two words that you don’t normally want associated with your stock.

But for Redbubble Ltd shareholders, who have enjoyed gains exceeding 40 per cent over the past year, it’s a different story.

The Redbubble share price was up another 7.2 per cent on Friday with the company’s shares now trading for about $1.41.

Redbubble, an online marketplace for artists selling “uncommon designs” on products such as apparel, bags and housewares, posted a net loss after tax of $7.6 million for financial year (FY) 2017.

However, the company expects to move into EBITDA profitability during the second half of FY 2018.

Zyber Holdings Ltd (ASX: ZYB)

The Zyber Holdings Ltd share price gained more than 13 per cent on Friday, adding to returns exceeding 400 per cent over the past year.

Zyber Holdings, based in Vancouver, Canada, develops data sharing software that it claims overcomes common security issues.

In FY 2017, Zyber Holdings reported a loss of more than $2 million, which the company partly attributed to the acquisition of Zyber Secure Mobile Solutions Inc.

For the quarter ended 30 September 2017, Zyber Holdings reported a loss of $174,000, mainly consumed by administrative and corporate costs, and finished the quarter with $1.57 million in cash.

Stavely Minerals Ltd (ASX: SVY)

The Stavely Minerals Ltd share price was up by almost 35 per cent on Friday as the company announced it had made an encouraging discovery at its copper project and entered into a joint-venture agreement with a subsidiary of Navarre Minerals Limited (ASX: NML).

Stavely Minerals stated drilling at its Stavely Copper Project had provided the exploration company with encouraging results.

The mineral exploration company also announced that its joint-venture agreement with Black Range Metals Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Navarre Minerals, would give the company greater exposure to the Stavely Volcanic Belt in Victoria.

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