3 best performing ASX shares in week 11, 14 March 2022

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, March 21, 2022

Best performing ASX shares

This week’s best performing ASX shares were Berkeley Energia (ASX:BKY), up 73.5%, Incannex Healthcare (ASX:IHL), up 46.2%, and 4DMedical (ASX:4DX), up 41.3%.



1. Berkeley Energia (ASX:BKY)

Industry: Energy

Berkeley Energia Limited is a high impact, clean energy company focused on bringing its wholly owned Salamanca project into production. This world class uranium project is being developed in an historic mining area about three hours west of Madrid, Spain.

Market Cap: $190m

12 month high / low: $0.14 – $0.68


Berkeley Energia



2. Incannex Healthcare (ASX:IHL)

Industry: Healtcare

Incannex Healthcare Limited (formerly Impression Healthcare Limited) is an innovator and developer of medicinal cannabinoid pharmaceutical products with global export capability.

Market Cap: $805M

12 month high / low: $0.195 – $0.755


Incannex Healthcare



3. 4DMedical (ASX:4DX)

Industry: Healtcare

4DMedical Limited is a medical research technology and development company of a non-invasive respiratory imaging solution using four-dimensional imaging. This four-dimensional lung imaging technology utilises proven, patented mathematical models and algorithms to convert X-ray scans into quantitative data to enhance the capacity of physicians to manage patients with respiratory and lung diseases.

Market Cap: $252

12 month high / low: $0.55 – $2.07





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