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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.
Why invest in Acorn Capital Investment Fund?
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.
News & Insights
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Acorn Capital Resources and Energy Analyst Karina Bader talks about junior resource companies and how investors can try to make money as the companies move from explorers to developers to producers.
Dr Alex Birrell, CEO of CleanSpace, discusses how pandemics and the current health crisis was crisis was always a question of “when” and not “if”.
Acorn Capital Investment Fund Ltd. (ASX: ACQ), portfolio manager Rick Squire talks about the energy and resource sectors, some of the funds best ideas and outlook for commodities and energy prices as the world emerges from OCIVD-19 lockdown.