03/02/2014 - 14:08

Waterberg WA's top performing stock in 2013

03/02/2014 - 14:08


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Waterberg WA's top performing stock in 2013

The Waterberg Coal Company was Western Australia’s best-performed listed entity in 2013, providing a whopping 38,748 per cent return to shareholders, according to BNIQ data.

The latest figures from BNIQ’s Total Shareholder Return survey showed Waterberg grew its market capitalisation to $21.6 million in 2013, while the company’s share price rallied from 0.08 cents in February last year, to close December at 15.5 cents.

Other solid performers were Cossack Energy, with provided a 1,744 per cent return to shareholders, and Applabs Technologies, which provided total shareholder return of 964 per cent.

Healthcare group Admedus recorded a 686 per cent return to investors in 2013, while Atrum Coal rounded out the top five with a 632 per cent gain.

For three-year returns, Cossack Energy was WA’s standout performer, providing a return of 319 per cent.

Waterberg was second with a 106 per cent return to shareholders, followed by Sirius Resources, which lodged 86 per cent TSR, Gondwana Resources, which recorded an 84 per cent TSR and Admedus, which lodged 77 per cent TSR.

Over five years, Sandfire Resources was the top performing WA stock, providing a 138 per cent return to investors.

The worst-performing WA stocks included Red Mountain Mining, Minbos Resources, White Eagle Resources and Mirabela Nickel, which all lodged TSR figures of -97 per cent, and Cell Aquaculture, at -96 per cent.

Comprehensive TSR data is located on the BNIQ website


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