Plus, closer a look at how many shares each Energy One director owns, and the tenure of CEO Shaun Ankers.
Energy One (ASX: EOL)
These four companies are businesses I want to own for the long term (and I’d like to own more of, at the right price).
Energy One (ASX: EOL) reported a weak profit result but still grew recurring revenue by 16%, in what was a tough half.
The market responded to Energy One’s acquisition of a competitor by bidding up the Energy One share price.
Some stocks have high multiples and higher growth rates, others have lower multiples and lower growth rates. Here’s how I decided which one to choose.
FY 2021 was a Synchronous Bloom for Energy One (ASX:EOL) but growth will be harder to find in FY 2022.
Energy One (ASX: EOL) is a high risk micro-cap stock but makes a profit and is in an interesting position for global growth.
Energy One (ASX: EOL) shares have enjoyed a strong run and today the company says it is tracking ahead of guidance.
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Energy One Limited (ASX: EOL) has announced a share purchase plan for retail investors.
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