ASX Stocks

In this exclusive report, we cover the best and worst-performing ASX stocks of 2021, as well as historic ASX data: PE ratio, dividend yields, performance, and sector and index analysis.

Top Performing ASX Stocks of 2021

Here are the top-performing ASX stocks in the mid-large cap sectors.

1. Cettire ASX: CTT (560.26%)

Cettire is an online fashion retailer with a range of products from over 500 designers. Including high-end names like Prada, Gucci, Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, and Valentino.

The retailer has had the most impressive gains amongst the mid-large cap ASX stocks, with a massive jump of 560.26% in 2021.

More than 90 percent of Cettire’s revenue comes from international markets and most of its customers (64 percent) are in the US. COVID lockdowns have lead to a boom period for online retails as numbers rocketed across the board, and CTT is a perfect example. 

Cettire’s sales have risen from $545,000 in 2018 to $22.8 million in 2020. Sales up a massive 331 per cent to $18.5 million in the March quarter

CTT was founded in 2017, and its unique platform allows for automation of a lot of their sales side, allowing for reduced costs and massive scalability. The group went public in late 2020 raising $65 million in capital at 50 cents per share. This valued them at $190.6 million on listing, today their market cap is over $1.6 Billion.

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2. Vulcan Energy Resources ASX: VUL (389.42%)

Vulcan is aiming to become the world’s first lithium producer with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. Its ZERO CARBON LITHIUM™ Project intends to produce a battery-quality lithium hydroxide chemical product from its combined geothermal energy and lithium resource, which is Europe’s largest lithium resource, in Germany.

Vulcan’s goal is to produce zero-carbon lithium and other battery metals such as Copper, Nickel and Cobolt.

Shares in Vulcan Energy (VUL ASX) started the year trading at around $0.52 per share but over the last twelve months have exploded to trade at new 52-week highs of $15.34.

The company has a price to sales ratio of 0 as Vulcan Energy shares are yet to generate any revenue.

3. Novonix ASX: NVX (289.1%)

NOVONIX is a battery materials and technology company, enabling an electrified future for electric vehicles and grid energy storage. We bring better battery technology to market rapidly by leveraging our advanced R&D capabilities, proprietary technology, and strategic relationships. Source, Novonix Group

Novonix has acquired a large array of impressive clients and relationships including;

  • Huawei
  • Hinda
  • Bosch
  • Panasonic
  • LG
  • Samsung
  • Dyson
  • Phillips 66

The increased demand and reliance on environmentally conscious efficient battery power has been a key catalyst for the success of Novonix Group. The group is focused on longer-life batteries, higher energy efficiency, reduced chemical usage, reduced waste generation, and cleaner power inputs.

Our vision is to accelerate the adoption of battery technologies for a cleaner energy future.

4. Imugene ASX: IMU (280.79%)

Imugene is a cancer treatment research company that seeks to find a universal therapy that is able to target broad cancer types irrespective of their origins. 

Imugene hopes to uncover the holy-grail of cancer treatment

IMU is up to 10-year highs after announcing they have enhanced their portfolio with novel CD19 expressing oncolytic virus.

On the back of this announcement, ROTH Capital upgraded its guidance for Imugene share price to a twelve-month target of 43 cents.

ROTH Capital expects these products to bring in royalties of $1.7 billion by the year 2031. View their report here.

5. PPK Group ASX: PPK (228.35%)

PPK Group (ASX: PPK) is a diversified investment company with interests in a range of highly prospective and innovative technologies with broad application and high growth potential. PPK has interests in batteries, ballistic armor, dental products, mining technology, and boron nitride nanotubes (BNNTs)

The group has six key investments:

BNNT Technology Ltd

BNNT is leading the world in the development, manufacture, and commercialization of Boron Nitride Nanotubes (BNNT’s).

BNNT’s have extraordinary mechanical properties and are considered the world’s strongest and most advanced fiber and offer significant material benefits in aviation, automotive, space travel, power generation, batteries, electronics, and defense. PPK acquired a 50% interest in BNNT Technology Ltd in March 2019.

Craig International Ballistics Ltd

Craig International Ballistics (CIB) is a leading supplier of body armor to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Police Forces. PPK holds a 45% interest in CIB.

Li-S Energy Pty Ltd

Li-S is planning to use BNNT’s to overcome three major hurdles in the commercialization of Lithium Sulphur batteries. PPK holds a 58% interest in Li-S Energy.

Advanced Mobility Analytics Group Pty Ltd (AMAG)

Advanced Mobility Analytics Group Pty Ltd (AMAG) aims to be the world’s leading digital platform provider for proactive road safety analytics and management. PPK acquired a 20% in the company in 2020.

3D Dental Technology Limited

3D Dental Technology aims to infuse BNNT into nanocomposites with frequently used dental materials including zirconia, lithium disilicate, alumina, and ceramic composite. PPK has a 45% interest in the business.

PPK Mining Equipment

PPK Mining Equipment designs manufactures, and services the industry renowned range of COALTRAM flameproof and explosion-proof diesel Load Haul Dump (LHD) utility vehicles.

The group’s key investments have gathered a rise in investor interests with macro-economic demand. Similarly to Novonix, PPK has managed to capitalize on the global surge in battery technology demand. Arguably Australia-China tensions have pushed investor interest in the defense industry as well.

Worst Performing Stocks of 2021

Here are the worst-performing ASX stocks in the mid-large cap sectors.

1. Appen ASX: APX (-71.6%)

Appen provides and works with data used for the development of machine learning and artificial intelligence. Some of the data types include speech and natural language data, image and video data, text and alphanumeric data, and relevant data to improve search and social media engines.

We provide high-quality training data with our leading technology platform, managed services, and our global crowd to power AI globally.

Appen went public back in January 2015. The company started off at 50 cents a share and raised $15 million in capital, giving it a market cap of $47.3 Million

We also draw your attention to the recent share price decline in technology
stocks in the US which may be impacting sentiment around the technology sector in Australia.Source: Appen’s release to the ASX share price enquiry

This quote is after Appen’s massive share price crash of 21% in a single day. This came as the companies mediocre results disappointed investors.

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2. A2 Milk ASX: A2M (-64.16%)

A2 Milk operates in the commercialization of A1 protein-free branded milk and related products. Their products are sourced from cows specially selected to naturally produce milk with only the A2 beta-casein protein. 

Australia and New Zealand are the company’s established markets. A2M shares became popular due to their massive growth in exporting infant formula to the Chinese markets.  

On the 10th of May, A2M released their fourth downgrade since September 2020, as COVID’s macroeconomic impact has practically ended the company’s daigou channel, due to the complete reduction of tourism and international travel. 

The barrage of downgrades and bad news has sent the share price tumbling in 2021.

3. AGL Energy ASX: AGL (-60.57%)

AGL Energy Ltd is a key player in Australia’s generation and retailing of electricity and gas for both residential and commercial customers. It is also Australia’s biggest climate polluter, with 85% of its electricity coming from the burning of coal, making it not a very ESG friendly investment.

AGL’s share price has collapsed to a 19-year low, as it has continued to drop over the last five years.

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AGL’s EPS fell by 31.6% to 86.2 cents.

The downfall of AGL has come from a string of earnings downgrades, followed by a disappointing result as their Revenues fell 10% over the previous year to $10.9 billion. 

4. Polynovo ASX: PNV (-58.79%)

PolyNovo develops and commercializes innovative medical devices using its NovoSorb technology in the treatment of burns, surgical wounds, and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy. Source, ASX

NovoSorb is a family of proprietary medical-grade polymers that can be expressed in a variety of physical formats. NovoSorb polymers have advantageous properties such as biocompatibility and design flexibility. These properties underpin novel medical devices designed to support tissue repair before they biodegrade in situ into biocompatible by-products via established pathways. Source, PolyNovo

Polynovo price was impacted after the release of its half-year financial results. Although we saw sales growth it was below investor expectations. Lockdowns and restrictions on elective surgeries have impacted PNV greatly.

5. Kogan ASX: KGN (-56.26%)

Whilst it’s hard to put a finger on exactly what has gone wrong for KGN ASX over the past year if you scroll out a little the 5-year performance is still extremely impressive. In our opinion shares are simply taking a breather as they were likely overvalued based on price to sales and price to earnings.

The Kogan stock price rallied over the COVID-19 pandemic. Reaching a massive PE of over 65x and a high price to sales ratio. 

The company has spread itself thin on capital in a massive bet on loading up on inventories and acquisitions.

Whilst the company is competing in a space we greatly believe will continue to grow, there is still the key risk of other competitors entering the space. We are interested to see how Kogan’s bet will pay off.

ASX Stocks: Historic Performance

ASX All Ordinaries Total Return

The ASX All Ordinaries Total Return benchmarks the performance of ‘All Ords’ after accounting for dividends, representing the total return for ASX stock investors.

ASX All Ordinaries

Historic Returns Per Year

Over the 40-year timeframe from 1980-2019 we can see the historic annual return for ASX stocks (Accounting for dividends). Over this time frame, a total of 10 years have had negative returns.

ASX Stocks

The Average Annual Return has been 13.27%

Investment Timeframe

The Time Horizon of Risk: 7 Years

Investing in stocks generally isn’t recommended for the short term. If you’re needing your cash within a year or so, the stock market probably isn’t the place.

The recommended investment timeframe for shares should be at least three years and preferably even seven years or more.  Shares tend to be highly volatile over the shorter term, meaning you are likely to produce negative returns and lose capital. Although over the longer-term shares have the potential to produce high returns, with reduced risks.

Here’s the Proof:

We see taking the market over random 7-Year time frames, the ASX All Ordinaries have not lost capital. This appears to be true across any 7-year period, except surrounding the 2008 GFC crash.

As our investment timeframe reduces to 3 Years we start to experience a loss in 14.3% of periods. With a short-term time frame of 1.5 Years, we realize a loss in 35.7% of periods.

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ASX Stocks: Market Fundamentals

All Ords Historic PE Ratio Chart

All Ords Historic Dividend Yield

ASX Stocks: Sectors


The energy sector is made up of two industries:

  • Energy Equipment & Services industry covering oil & gas drilling, equipment & services companies.
  • Oil, Gas & Consumable Fuel industry covering companies engaged in exploration, production, refining, marketing, storage and transportation.
Ticker CodeXEJ

Top Holdings:

  • Woodside Petroleum Ltd (WPL)
  • Santos (STO)
  • Soul Pattinson WH (SOL)


The materials sector is made up of five industries:

  • Metals & Mining industry covering gold, steel, silver, copper, aluminum, precious metals, minerals & other diversified metals & mining companies.
  • Chemicals industry covering commodity, specialty & diversified chemicals, fertilizers & agricultural chemicals and industrial gases.
  • Construction materials industry for companies involved in the manufacturing and sale of construction materials.
  • Container & packaging industry for companies that manufacture and supply container and packaging products.
  • Paper & forest products industry for forestry plantation, paper and timber companies.
Ticker CodeXMJ

Top Holdings:

  • BHP Group Limited (BHP)
  • Fortescue Metals Group (FMG)
  • Rio Tinto (RIO)


The industrials sector is made up of three industry groups:

  • Capital Goods industry covering construction & engineering, machinery, aerospace, building products, electrical engineering & industrial conglomerates.
  • Commercial & Professional Services industry for companies offering commercial services & supplies and professional services.
  • Transportation industry covering airlines, road, rail, marine, air freight, logistics and transportation infrastructure companies.
Ticker CodeXNJ

Top Holdings:

  • Transurban Group (TCL)
  • Sydney Airport Limited (SYD)
  • Brambles Limited (BXB)

Consumer Discretionary

The consumer discretionary sector is made up of four industry groups:

  • Retailing industry for speciality and multiline retailing companies, internet and direct marketing retailers and distributors.
  • Consumer Services industry covering hotels, restaurants and leisure companies as well as other diversified consumer services companies.
  • Consumer Durables & Apparel industry for companies related to household durables, leisure products, textiles, apparel and luxury goods
  • Automobiles & Components industry for companies manufacturing and supplying automobiles and their components.
Ticker CodeXDJ

Top Holdings:

  • Wesfarmers Limited (WES)
  • Aristocrat Leisure (ALL)
  • Domino’s Pizza (DMP)

Consumer Staples

The consumer staples sector is made up of three industry groups:

  • Food, Beverage & Tobacco industry contains packaged foods, agricultural products, brewers, distillers, soft drinks and tobacco companies.
  • Household & Personal Products industry contains companies producing products like toiletries, vitamins, supplements and other health and household products.
  • Food & Staples Retailing industry contains companies involved in food and drug distribution and retail.
Ticker CodeXSJ

Top Holdings:

  • Woolworths Group Limited (WOW)
  • Coles Group Limited (COL)
  • Endeavour Group Limited (EDV)


The health care sector is made up of two industry groups:

  • Health Care Equipment & Services industry for health care equipment, supplies, providers, services and technology companies.
  • Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology & Life Science industry for companies that produce and supply pharmaceuticals, biotechnology products, and life science services and tools.
Ticker CodeXHJ

Top Holdings:

  • CSL Limited (CSL)
  • Sonic Healthcare Limited (SHL)
  • Fisher & Paykel Healthcare (FPH)


The financials sector is made up of three industry groups:

  • Diversified Financials industry group covering capital markets like asset management, diversified financial services, consumer finance and mortgage REITs.
  • Insurance industry group for companies involved in life and health, multi-line, property and casualty, reinsurance and insurance brokers.
  • Banks industry group for regional and diversified banks, thrifts and mortgage finance companies.
Ticker CodeXFJ

Top Holdings:

  • Commonwealth Bank (CBA)
  • Westpac Banking Corp (WBC)
  • National Australia Bank (NAB)

Information Technology

The information technology sector is made up of three industry groups:

  • Software & services industry group includes companies that offer it consulting, data processing, internet services, application and systems software.
  • Technology hardware & equipment industry group covers companies that create and distribute electronic equipment and instruments, technology hardware, storage, peripherals and communications equipment
  • Semiconductors & semiconductor equipment industry group is made up of technology companies that manufacture and supply semiconductors and semiconductor equipment.
Ticker CodeXIJ

Top Holdings:

  • Afterpay Limited (APT)
  • Xero Limited (XRO)
  • WiseTech Global Limited (WTC)

Telecommunication Services

The communication services sector is made up of two industry groups:

  • Media & entertainment industry group includes a range of companies involved in advertising, broadcasting, publishing, movies, entertainment, interactive media and services.
  • Telecommunication services industry group includes companies involved in mobile and integrated communications services.
Ticker CodeXTJ

Top Holdings:

  • Telstra Limited (TLS)
  • REA Group Ltd (REA)
  • TPG Telecom Limited (TPG)


The utilities sector is made up of five industries:

  • Electric utilities industry includes electricity generator, retailer and metering providers.
  • Gas utilities industry includes gas transmission, storage, processing, compression and gas-powered generation companies.
  • Multi-utilities industry includes companies offering a wide range of utility services.
  • Water utilities industry includes companies involved in water supply and water and wastewater technology.

Independent power and renewable energy producers industry includes independent companies that energy through renewable and non-renewable sources.

Ticker CodeXUJ

Top Holdings:

  • APA Group (APA)
  • Mercury NZ Limited (MCY)
  • Origin Energy Limited (ORG)

Real Estate

The real estate sector is made up of two industries:

  • Equity Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) industry covering companies or trusts engaged in the acquisition, development, ownership, leasing, management and operation of property.
  • Real Estate Management & Development industry covering companies engaged in activities including development & sales, management or real estate services.
Ticker CodeXPJ

Top Holdings:

  • Goodman Group (GMG)
  • Scentre Group Limited (SCG)
  • Mirvac Group (MGR)

ASX Stocks Indices

ASX 20

The S&P/ASX 20 is designed to measure actively traded and highly liquid securities that are among the 20 largest securities listed on the ASX. The ASX 20 is Australia’s narrowest index and contains the ASX top 20 stocks by float-adjusted market capitalization. It accounts for roughly 49% of the entire equity market.

Resources: S&P ASX 20

ASX 20 Facts

Ticker XTL
No. Constituents20
Weighted MethodFloat-Adjusted Market Cap Weighted
RebalancingQuarterly: March, June, September, December
Calculation FrequencyReal Time
Launch DateApril 3 2000
First Value DateAugust 23 2000

ASX 20 Fundamentals

  • PE (Trailing): 20.68
  • PE (Projected): 15.74
  • P/B: 2.3
  • Indicated Dividend Yield: 3.94%
  • P/Sales: 2.92
  • P/Cash Flow:12.1
  • Mean Total Market Cap: $64.146 Billion
  • Largest Constituent Weight: 14.3%

ASX 20 Breakdown

ASX Stocks
Source, S&P ASX 20

ASX 20 Performance (Annualized)

1 Year31.65%
3 Year10.57%
5 Year11.16%
10 year9.91%

ASX 20 Index-Linked Products

  • iShares S&P/ASX 20 ETF: ILC
  • Smartshares Aus Top 20: OZY

ASX 200

The S&P/ASX 200 is recognized as the institutional investable benchmark in Australia. The S&P/ASX 200 is designed to measure the performance of the 200 largest index-eligible stocks listed on the ASX by float-adjusted market capitalization. Representative, liquid, and tradable, it is widely considered Australia’s preeminent benchmark index. Source, S&P

The index acts as the key benchmark for the Australian share market allowing us to track Australian equity performance.

Resources; S&P ASX 200

ASX 200 Facts

Ticker XJO
No. Constituents200
Weighted MethodFloat-Adjusted Market Cap Weighted
RebalancingQuarterly: March, June, September, December
Calculation FrequencyReal Time
Launch DateApril 3 2000
First Value DateMarch 31 2000

ASX 200 Fundamentals

  • PE (Trailing): 27.27
  • PE (Projected): 17.12
  • P/B: 2.12
  • Indicated Dividend Yield: 3.32%
  • P/Sales: 2.51
  • P/Cash Flow: 12.72
  • Mean Total Market Cap: $11.445 Billion
  • Largest Constituent Weight: 8.4%

ASX 200 Breakdown

ASX Stocks

ASX 200 Performance (Annualized)

1 Year28.15%
3 Year9.87%
5 Year10.94%
10 year10.31%

ASX 20 Index-Linked Products

  • BetaShares Aus Equities Bear Hedge ETF: BEAR
  • BetaShares Australian Eqs Strong BrH ETF: BBOZ
  • BetaShares Geared Australian Equities ETF: GEAR
  • BetaShares Managed Risk AUS Shr ETF: AUST
  • Intelligent Investor AUS Eq Inc ETF: INIF
  • iShares Core S&P/ASX 200 ETF: IOZ

All Ordinaries

The All Ordinaries index orAll Ords” is considered a total market benchmark for the Australian stock market. The index represents the 500 largest companies in the Australian equities market and accounts for 95% of Australia’s equity market.

Resources: S&P ASX All Ordinaries

ASX All Ordinaries Facts

Ticker XAO
No. Constituents500
Weighted MethodMarket Value Weighted
RebalancingAnnually: March
Calculation FrequencyReal Time
Launch DateDecember 31 1979
First Value DateAugust 23 2000

ASX All Ordinaries Fundamentals

  • PE (Trailing): 28.8
  • PE (Projected): 17.36
  • P/B: 2.14
  • Indicated Dividend Yield: 3.22%
  • P/Sales: 2.45
  • P/Cash Flow: 13.26
  • Mean Total Market Cap: $5.016 Billion
  • Largest Constituent Weight: 7.2%

ASX All Ordinaries Breakdown

ASX Stocks

ASX All Ordinaries Performance (Annualized)

1 Year29%
3 Year10.56%
5 Year11.29%
10 year10.40%

ASX All Ordinaries Index-Linked Products

  • The S&P/ASX All Ordinaries index has no linked products

ASX All Technology

The S&P/ASX All Technology Index is designed to be a comprehensive measure of technology-oriented companies listed on the ASX. The newest index was created in 2020, after the rise in Australia’s technology sector with stocks like XERO, and Afterpay.

Resources: S&P/ASX All Technology

ASX All Technology Facts

Ticker XTX
No. Constituents79
Weighted MethodCapped Float-Adjusted Market Cap Weighted
RebalancingQuarterly: March, June, September, December
Calculation FrequencyReal Time
Launch DateFebruary 14 2020
First Value DateMarch 21 2020

ASX All Technology Fundamentals

  • PE (Trailing): 634.83
  • PE (Projected): -100.87
  • P/B: 8.41
  • Indicated Dividend Yield: 0.75%
  • P/Sales: 9.06
  • P/Cash Flow: 80.55
  • Mean Total Market Cap: $2.503 Billion
  • Largest Constituent Weight: 21.5%

ASX All Technology Breakdown

ASX Stocks

ASX All Technology Performance (Annualized)

1 Year28.56%
3 Year24.08%
5 Year23.57%
10 year

ASX All Technology Index-Linked Products

  • BetaShares S&P/ASX Australian Tech ETF: ATEC

Small Ordinaries

The S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries represents the small-cap component of the ASX. The index is designed to measure companies included in the S&P/ASX 300, but not in the S&P/ASX 100. The index accounts for 12% of Australia’s equity market.

Resources: S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries

ASX Small Ordinaries Facts

Ticker XSO
No. Constituents195
Weighted MethodCapped Float-Adjusted Market Cap Weighted
RebalancingQuarterly: March, June, September, December
Calculation FrequencyReal Time
Launch DateApril 3 2000
First Value DateAugust 23 2000

ASX Small Ordinaries Fundamentals

  • PE (Trailing): 178.44
  • PE (Projected): 18.11
  • P/B: 1.53
  • Indicated Dividend Yield: 2.18%
  • P/Sales: 1.84
  • P/Cash Flow: 14.56
  • Mean Total Market Cap: $1.788 Billion
  • Largest Constituent Weight: 2%

ASX Small Ordinaries Breakdown

ASX Stocks

ASX Small Ordinaries (Annualized)

1 Year29.51%
3 Year10.09%
5 Year10.99%
10 year6.72%

ASX Small Ordinaries Index-Linked Products

  • iShares S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries ETF: ISO
  • SPDR S&P/ASX Small Ordinaries ETF: SSO

Emerging Companies

The S&P/ASX Emerging Companies (XEC) is is the premier benchmark to measure the performance of microcap stocks in the Australian equity market. It contains up to 200 companies that ranked between 350 and 600 by float-adjusted market capitalization.

Resources: S&P/ASX Emerging Companies

ASX Emerging Companies Facts

Ticker XEC
No. Constituents197
Weighted MethodFloat-Adjusted Market Cap Weighted
RebalancingSemi-Annually: March, September
Calculation FrequencyReal Time
Launch DateJuly 30 2009
First Value DateDecember 31 2003

ASX Emerging Companies Fundamentals

  • PE (Trailing): -36.7
  • PE (Projected): 10.92
  • P/B: 3.22
  • Indicated Dividend Yield: 1.06%
  • P/Sales: 2.148
  • P/Cash Flow: 35.07
  • Mean Total Market Cap: $335 Million
  • Largest Constituent Weight: 3.7%

ASX Emerging Companies Breakdown

ASX Stocks

ASX Emerging Companies (Annualized)

1 Year43.28%
3 Year19.68%
5 Year13.54%
10 year5.56%

ASX Emerging Companies Index-Linked Products

  • The S&P/ASX Emerging Companies index has no linked products


This index measures the 30-day implied volatility of the Australian stock market using the mid of real-time bid/ask prices of the S&P/ASX 200 put & call options. It is a real-time index that offers a reflection of investor sentiment regarding the expected volatility of the Australian headline index, the S&P/ASX 200.

The VIX calculates the amount of volatility expected over the next 30 days

  • High readings (20+) are bearish and indicate uncertainty 
  • Normal readings (15 to 20) suggest a slight bullish bias
  • Low readings (<15) are bullish and indicate low volatility

Resources: S&P ASX 200 VIX

The VIX was established on the 21st of September 2010 and tracks back to June 2, 1999.

ASX Stocks: Full list of Indices

All OrdinariesXAO
ASX All TechnologyXTX
ASX Midcap 50XMD
All Australian 50XAF
All Australian 200XAT
Small OrdinariesXSO
Emerging CompaniesXEC
Comm Services (Sector)XTJ
Cons. Discretionary (Sector)XDJ
Cons. Staples (Sector)XSJ
Energy (Sector)XEJ
Financials (Sector)XFJ
Health Care (Sector)XHJ
Industrials (Sector)XNJ
Information Tech. (Sector)XIJ
Materials (Sector)XMJ
Real Estate (Sector)XRE
Utilities (Sector)XUJ
ASX 200 BanksXBK
ASX 200 Financials excl. A-REITXXJ
ASX 200 ResourcesXJR
ASX 300 Metals and MiningXMM
All Ordinaries GoldXGD

Most Talked About ASX Stocks Mid-2021


Mesoblast has found their products Remestemcel-L reduces the mortality rate of COVID patients with moderate to severe ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome).

“Remestemcel-L reduced mortality by 75% and increased days alive off mechanical ventilation in patients under age 65 when combined with dexamethasone, in comparison with controls on dexamethasone.”

Mesoblast has the potential to take a large burden on the cost and availability of healthcare.

Last year the FDA granted Fast Track designation Mesoblast for the treatment of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) due to COVID-19.


Zip Co Limited (Z1P) offers point-of-sale credit and payment solutions to customers and providing a variety of integrated Retail Finance solutions to merchants across numerous industries, both online and in-store.

They are a key Buy-Now Pay-later provider.

Following the imminent acquisition of Afterpay by US giant Square, Z1P has been on the radar more so than ever.

Askari Metals

Askari Metals is one of the ASX’s latest and most promising junior copper-gold explorers. The company has an extremely low enterprise value of ~$2.77 million.

Askari boasts a massive five 100% owned copper and gold projects, located in the lucrative Lachlan Fold Belt of NSW and WA

Askari Metals (ASX:AS2) is an early-stage copper-gold explorer about to drill for high-grade copper-gold right next to billion-dollar copper-gold producer SandFire Resources.

AS2:ASX was listed on the ASX on July 11th with an IPO price of $0.20 through lead manager Peak Asset Management. The share price ended the day up ~25% to $0.27. 

ASX Dividend Stocks of 2021

FMG 17.33%

FMG is the highest yielding blue-chip stock, with a very attractive yield of 17.33%.

DPS (Trailing 12-Month)$2.47
Gross DPS (Trailing 12-Month)$3.5286
Dividend yield12.13%
Gross yield17.33%
Payout Ratio79%
DRP DiscountNo

AGL Energy 17.08%

AGL’s theoretical yield has grown massively as its share price has dropped significantly over the last 5-years. With AGL reducing its dividend recently, the stock seems like a dividend trap. AGL is currently unprofitable.

DPS (Trailing 12-Month)$0.92
Gross DPS (Trailing 12-Month)$1.0949
Dividend yield14.35%
Gross yield17.08%
Payout Ratio-20%
DRP DiscountNo

AMP 12.76%

Much like AGL, AMP’s massive yield has arisen from its falling share price. We have seen massive cuts in AMP’s dividend. For these reasons, we will never invest in a company based solely on its dividend yield.

DPS (Trailing 12-Month)$0.10
Gross DPS (Trailing 12-Month)$0.1429
Dividend yield8.93%
Gross yield12.76%
Payout Ratio1,449%
DRP DiscountNo

How to Buy ASX Stocks?

You can buy ASX shares using a CHESS-Sponsored broker like pearler. When buying shares through a CHESS Sponsored broker it means the ASX has a record of you owning those shares directly. When you join one of these brokers you get given a HIN (Holder Identification Number), and the shares are then attached to you, via that number. You can have multiple numbers at multiple online brokers.

Buying shares through a low-cost flat-free broker like pearler can help save money on brokerage fees.

ASX Stocks

When you hold shares through a CHESS Sponsored broker it means YOU own them directly, rather than someone else holding them on your behalf. Some other brokers, operate under a custodian model, meaning that THEY hold the shares on your behalf.

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