Small Cap Stocks Down Under 16 October 2020: Oceania Healthcare, Vita Group, VEEM

Small Cap Stocks Down Under Edition #4

Oceania Healthcare: You can teach an old dog new tricks

Today in Small Cap Stocks Down Under, Headquartered in Sydney, Oceania Healthcare owns and operates over 40 different retirement centres and villages around New Zealand. The company’s retirement villages have a minimum age requirement of 70 years. However, with New Zealand’s aging population, and KiwiSaver and Superannuation program, we believe this age requirement is likely not to be a problem. The company has plenty of villas, apartments and care suites stock on hand and we believe the future is bright for Oceania Healthcare.

Also in today’s edition, a look at retail operator Vita Group and marine manufacture VEEM.

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