These three companies have been racking up healthy gains over the past year.
Global Geoscience (ASX: GSC)
The Global Geoscience share price continues to charge, notching up another 10% on Wednesday, adding to gains enjoyed by shareholders over the past year exceeding 60%.
The company plans to mine lithium and boron and hopes to disrupt the duopoly of Turkey’s Eti Maden and Rio Tinto Limited (ASX: RIO) which controls the boron market in the United States, reportedly worth about $3.2 billion per year.
Taylor Collinson put a 50 cent price target on Global Geoscience shares back in July.
Global Geoscience shares are currently trading at around 33 cents.
Tungsten Mining NL (ASX: TGN)
Tungsten Mining shareholders have enjoyed a staggering run over the past year with the company’s share price gaining more than 478%.
And, after gaining another 5% on Wednesday, the Tungsten Mining share price is showing little sign of slowing down.
Tungsten Mining aims to discover and develop tungsten deposits in Australia with operations in Queensland and Western Australia.
Tungsten Mining stated that tungsten, a hard metal used for a range of applications from mining to jewellery, is becoming more valuable as demand increases globally with China displaying the greatest appetite for the raw material.
Seafarms Group Ltd (ASX: SFG)
The Seafarms Group Ltd share price was up again on Wednesday, rising 6.25% and adding to gains of more than 120% over the past year.
Seafarms, an aquaculture company with operations in Australia, New Zealand and Vietnam, has grown its business to become the largest producer of farmed prawns in Australia.
Seafarms is continuing its attempts to expand through an initiative called Project Sea Dragon which aims to establish a series of prawn farms in Australia’s north.
Project Sea Dragon is expected to benefit from government initiatives aimed at developing the region.
Seafarms secured funding for Project Sea Dragon from Japan’s Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd, one of the world’s leading seafood companies.
The company posted a net loss of $20 million for FY2018 but it appears investors are confident in Seafarms’ ability to turn things around.
It's been a nail-biter of a reporting season here in the first half of 2018.
But the real action, in my opinion, is what companies are doing with dividends.
What does this mean for you? Well there is one stock I've found that could very well turn out to be THE best buy of 2018. And while there's no such thing as a 'sure thing' when it comes to investing - this ripper might come as close as I've ever seen.
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