Grow your wealth as you grow Australian innovation.
Invest in innovation, growth, efficiency and diversity.
A diverse portfolio of emerging companies including biotech & fintech, resources & manufacturing.
- Pre-Tax NTA#$1.11
- Estimated Dividend Yield*3.5%
# As at 31 August 2017
* Estimated as at 31 August 2017
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We research and invest in the most attractive Australian based small and emerging companies.
We believe innovation takes many forms and can be found in all industries.
We look for companies that allocate their resources to deliver improved productivity outcomes and a sustainable competitive advantage.
We believe that smaller companies can grow faster than large companies, relative to their size contributing more to the growth of the Australian economy.
Diverse investments offering windows of opportunity into new growth economies and less efficient markets.
Acorn Capital Investment Fund (ASX:ACQ) is a listed investment company that invests in a diverse portfolio of emerging Australian companies. Emerging Companies (or Microcaps) are defined as those with an equity valuation that is below that of the 250th largest ASX company. Such companies may be either ASX-listed or unlisted and Australian incorporated (or have an Australian nexus). ACQ provides investors with a means to gain exposure to invest and support the innovation and growth characteristics of these businesses.Find out more
Manufacturing in Australia – innovate or die
By Ben Dalling – Portfolio Manager, Industrials 15 September 2017 Australian manufacturing’s obituary has been written many times over the past decade. However, we believe these reports are greatly exaggerated. There are attractive investment opportunities in Australian manufacturing, particularly where companies are innovating in this space. This is the first of a series of articles […]
Finding gold in the resources sector
By Rick Squire, Portfolio Manager – Resources 31 August 2017 Gold explorers can deliver outsized returns when they are successful in making a major new discovery. The sheer magnitude of the universe (some 200 ASX-listed companies are exploring for gold) means many of the companies are not covered by independent external research. As a result […]