3 Best Performing ASX shares in week 2, 10 January 2022

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, January 17, 2022

3 Best performing ASX shares: Clearvue Technologies (ASX:CPV) shot up 77.8% last week, followed by IOUpay (ASX:IOU) that went up 54.8%. Rounding out the 3 Best Performing ASX shares last week is Brainchip (ASX:BRN) that had a massive run before coming back down to finish the week up 54.6%.


1. Clearvue Technologies (ASX:CPV)

Industry: Basic Materials

Clearvue Technologies (ASX:CPV) provides solar energy solutions. The company offers building integrated photovoltaic, glass and building surfaces, thin film photo voltaic cells and panels, and other building materials. Clearvue Technologies serves building and agricultural industries in Australia.

Market Cap: $102M

12 month high / low: $0.99 – $0.22


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2. IOUpay (ASX:IOU)

Industry: Technology

IOUpay (ASX:IOU) provides fintech and digital commerce software solutions and services that enable its institutional customers to securely authenticate end-user customers and process banking, purchase and payment transactions. The company’s business divisions consist of Mobile Banking, Digital Payments and Digital Services in South East Asia.

Market Cap: $132M

12 month high / low: $0.85 – $0.15





3. Brainchip (ASX:BRN)

Industry: Technology

BrainChip Holdings Limited (ASX:BRN) is an ASX-listed semiconductor company that is currently in the early stages of commercializing Akida, its neuromorphic digital chip. By integrating the Akida technology into their products, BRN’s customers and prospects can bring the benefits of one of today’s most advanced technologies in Artificial Intelligence to their respective end-customers.

Check out Pitt Street Research’s coverage of BrainChip here!

Market Cap: $2.5BN

12 month high / low: $1.895 – $0.365





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