3 Biggest ASX Iron Companies in 2022

Like many industries, the mining industry was impacted by the pandemic, but for iron ore, the effect was slightly different.

Since 2016 the price of iron had been on a slow steady rise; however, in the spring and early summer of 2021, iron ore spiked to a high of AU$294.03. This lasted only a short while as prices plummeted to AU$131.97 in the latter half of 2021.

This was the result of demand and supply chains playing cat and mouse. In response to the pandemic, China — the world’s biggest producer of steel — began major construction to keep the economy afloat. Iron ore suppliers around the world were short-staffed and unable to keep up with the demand due to COVID-19. Large demand and short supply meant higher prices, but when the suppliers finally returned to work, the demand was no longer present. Production was also paused during the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

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What are the biggest iron ore companies listed on the ASX? Read on to learn more.


5 Biggest Australian Lithium Companies in 2022

The rise of the worldwide electric vehicle revolution has brought ever-increasing interest in lithium, which is used in the lithium-ion batteries that power these machines.

Many market experts anticipate that lithium demand will increase in coming years, which is why it’s good for investors to have an idea of the biggest ASX-listed companies that are focused on the battery metal.

Here the Investing News Network lists the top five ASX lithium stocks by market cap. The following information was generated using TradingView’s stock screener and was correct as of May 17, 2022.

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Lithium demand has surged over the last couple of years, attracting investor attention. Before jumping in, learn about the top Australian lithium stocks by market cap.

Gold Investing

Best 3 ASX Gold Stocks (Updated May 2022)

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While 2021 was a disappointing year for gold, analysts are optimistic about the outlook for 2022.

The yellow metal passed the US$2,000 per ounce mark as tensions between Russia and Ukraine heated up, but has since pulled back to trade closer to US$1,800. However, diverse factors could combine to push it higher.

Demand for gold jewellery, gold bars and coins, and the metal’s use in the technology sector are still going strong, and supply is also a growing concern due to decreased gold exploration efforts in recent years.

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The gold price is trading lower than some market watchers would prefer, but the top-performing ASX gold stocks so far this year are making leaps.

Energy Investing

5 Biggest ASX Uranium Stocks in 2022

2020 and 2021 were breakout years for uranium. Between January and September 2021, prices jumped from US$29.63 per pound to US$50.63 and they have remained above US$40 since then.

In the first quarter of 2022, sentiment surrounding the energy fuel was still holding strong. After uranium's two consecutive years of growth amid the pandemic, investors and companies alike are optimistic about the future.

Below the Investing News Network has listed the biggest uranium stocks on the ASX by market cap. Data for this list was obtained on April 14, 2022, using TradingView's stock screener.

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What are the largest ASX uranium stocks? Here's a brief look at the biggest uranium companies by market cap in 2022.

ASX Tech Stocks: 9 Biggest Companies in 2022

Australia may be nicknamed the "land down under," but it's far from under when it comes to the economy.

According to the Economist, any country can learn from Australia’s economic conditions, which include affordability, a low public debt level and rising income. Impressively, before the COVID-19 worldwide shutdown, Australia's economy had not experienced a recession in more than 30 years.

The country's tech sector is a major earner, and was worth over AU$8 billion in 2018; it is anticipated to possibly hit AU$19 billion by 2030. Australia is a technologically advanced country with a rapidly growing tech industry.

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What are the top ASX tech stocks? Here’s a breakdown of what investors need to know about the biggest tech companies in Australia.

Top 3 ASX Cannabis Stocks of 2022

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Australia's cannabis industry has had ups and downs in recent years.

Cannabis, which can be cultivated for medicinal and scientific purposes in the country, takes up a particularly tricky and political pocket of the healthcare sector, but continues to generate investor interest.

How have Australian cannabis stocks performed in the first few months of 2022? Below the Investing News Network has gathered the top ASX cannabis stocks year-to-date. The following information was correct as of April 4, 2022, and was collected using TradingView's stock screener. Read on to learn more.

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What are the top ASX cannabis stocks of 2022 so far by share price performance? Here's a look at the biggest gainers in the space.

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