Small Cap Stocks Down Under 26 November 2021: Cobram Estate Olives, Aerison Group, ClearVue Technologies

Cobram Estate Olives: Worth the risks

In today’s edition of Small Cap Stocks Down Under, you won’t be shocked to find out that Cobram Estate Olives, based in Lara, Victoria, is involved in the farming and sale of olives and olive products. The name really does say it all. This stock is a rather recent edition to the ASX, listing on 11 August 2021 at an opening price of $1.87 per share. Initial shareholders have done well so far, but the company does have a significant amount of debt, raised no capital during the compliance listing and is in the middle of a tricky expansion into the United States. So, is it time to stock up on olives or is your investment likely to end up getting pressed?


Also in today’s edition, a look at construction services provider Aerison Group (ASX: AE1) and solar power generating, see-through glass developer ClearVue Technologies (ASX: CPV).


Click here to read the previous edition of Small Cap Stocks Down Under published 19 November 2021

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