Brokers are urging you to buy these 2 newly listed ASX stocks today

Our market continues to build on gains for 2021 and those looking for new buying opportunities will want to read on.

| More on:
New ASX share buy ideas

Image source: Getty Images

You’re reading a free article with opinions that may differ from The Motley Fool’s Premium Investing Services. Become a Motley Fool member today to get instant access to our top analyst recommendations, in-depth research, investing resources, and more. Learn More

Our market continues to build on gains for 2021 and those looking for new buying opportunities will want to read on.

Brokers have initiated research coverage on two new ASX stocks that have recently hit the bourse.

The Ansarada Group Ltd (ASX: AND) share price is the latest "buy" rated stock from Moelis Australia. The investment bank started covering the governance platform provider following its reverse takeover of The Doc Yard Ltd (ASX: TDY).

The latest high-growth ASX IT stock to buy

The cloud-based platform allows companies to securely share sensitive documents, such as for board meetings, takeovers and audits.

This means the AND share price should benefit from the expected rebound in mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in 2021.

If you believe that high-growth tech stocks will keep delivering this year, then Ansarada might be a good one for your watchlist.

Multiple catalysts to drive the Ansarada share price

There are other reasons why Moelis likes the stock. This includes good subscription growth potential and expected positive earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) this financial year.

"Overall, we expect AND to benefit from the global trend of increased regulation on security and data management and exhibit strong growth over CY21 as M&A markets recover and revenue diversifies across new & enhanced platform use cases," said Moelis.

Moelis' 12-month price target on the stock is $1.83 a share.

Better than forecasts growth

Another new entry to the ASX that is worth watching is the Liberty Financial Group Pty Ltd (ASX: LFG) share price.

The analysts at Macquarie Group Ltd (ASX: MQG) initiated coverage on the recently listed financial services group with an "outperform" recommendation.

"Better-than-expected margins, book growth and asset quality vs Prospectus assumptions should support earnings ~15% above Prospectus NPATA, in our view," said the broker.

"Liberty is benefiting from wider-than-anticipated net interest margins, with BBSW (1mth) ~9bps below the RBA cash rate vs a long-term ~20bps premium."

Winning by a big margin

A modest 10 basis point (0.1 percentage point) change in margins will have a 6.3 percentage point impact on net profit before amortisation of acquired intangible assets (NPATA).

"Liberty should remain a leader in the non-bank sector, with its industry position supported by well-developed capital management capability, high level of funding stability and cost efficiency," added Macquarie.

"Interestingly, Liberty is the only Australian non-bank finance company with a public investment-grade issuer rating."

The broker's 12-month price target on the LFG share price is $8.27 a share.

Motley Fool contributor Brendon Lau owns shares of Macquarie Group Limited. The Motley Fool Australia owns shares of and has recommended Macquarie Group Limited. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Bruce Jackson.

More on Cheap Shares

footwear asx share price on watch represented by look holding shoe and looking intently
Cheap Shares

2 cheap ASX shares I'm considering buying now

These stocks look too cheap to ignore for me.

Read more »

Two excited woman pointing out a bargain opportunity on a laptop.
Cheap Shares

5 potentially cheap ASX shares being bought by insiders

Insiders see value in these companies.

Read more »

Woman and man calculating a dividend yield.
Cheap Shares

Macquarie names 6 ASX shares to buy in July after tax-loss selling

Investors might find a bargain as falling stocks cop a tax-driven smackdown.

Read more »

Two happy shoppers finding bargains amongst clothes on a store rack
Cheap Shares

2 ASX shares that would pass Peter Lynch's favourite valuation metric

Looking for cheap ASX shares relative to their growth prospects?

Read more »

Person with a handful of Australian dollar notes, symbolising dividends.
Cheap Shares

2 cash-rich ASX companies to buy now

Here are two ASX-listed shares boasting substantial cash reserves.

Read more »

A woman scratches her head, is this a no-brainer?
Cheap Shares

Are Woolworths shares a no-brainer buy?

Analysts see huge value in this retail giant's shares at current levels.

Read more »

A male investor sits at his desk looking at his laptop screen holding his hand to his chin pondering whether to buy Macquarie shares
Cheap Shares

'Undervalued': 3 ASX 300 shares to buy following significant share price falls

Experts have named these ASX shares as buys.

Read more »

Smiling couple looking at a phone at a bargain opportunity.
Cheap Shares

2 ASX 200 shares this fund manager rates as really cheap buys

These 2 ASX shares could be too good to ignore.

Read more »