3 best performing ASX shares in week 13, 28 March 2022

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, April 4, 2022

Best performing ASX shares

The three best performing ASX shares in the week of 28 March 2022 were Latin Resources (ASX:LRS), up 90.8%, Venture Minerals (ASX:VMS), up 61.9%, and Etherstack plc (ASX:ESK), up 53.6%.


1. Latin Resources (ASX:LRS)

Industry: Basic Materials

Latin Resources Limited (ASX:LRS) is an Australian-based mineral exploration company with several mineral resource projects in Latin America and Australia. The Australian projects include the Cloud Nine Halloysite Project near Merredin, WA, Lachlan Fold Gold Projects in NSW and the Big Grey Project in the Paterson region, WA.

Market Cap: $217m

12 month high / low: $0.027 – $0.20


Latin Resources



2. Venture Minerals (ASX:VMS)

Industry: Basic Materials

Venture Minerals (ASX:VMS) has refocused its approach to developing the Mount Lindsay Tin-Tungsten Project in northwest Tasmania.

Market Cap: $122M

12 month high / low: $0.035 – $0.16


Venture Minerals



3. Etherstack plc (ASX:ESK)

Industry: Software & Services

Etherstack plc (ASX:ESK) is a provider of wireless communications software to the Professional/Land Mobile Radio and defence industries in Europe, Asia and North America. Their products cover wireless protocol stacks, IP-based communication networks, cryptographic communication solutions, Software Defined Radio and Software Communications Architecture compatible waveforms.

Market Cap: $52m

12 month high / low: $0.26 – $0.69





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