Battersby’s holding of Speedcast, the satellite services company, is worth $16,424 and remains the best-performing stock tip of all.
Dan Silver, the co-CEO of Stake, also had a good week, consolidating his position in second place with a portfolio worth $114,456, up from $111,163 last week.
Silver’s original $10,000 in Electro Optic Systems, a defence and space technology company, is worth $13,810. Nickel Minerals is his second-best performer with his original $10,000 worth $13,303.
Angie Ellis, of 20 20 Investments, slips from first to third with Alacer Gold, Galilee Energy, Mincor and iSignthis offsetting her good performers to take her total portfolio value to $112,820. She holds the second-best performer of all, MyFiziq, which is worth $16,333.
The sharemarket, as measured by the S&P/ASX 300 index, was almost 1 per cent higher at 6,717 points at the close on Thursday – the day the Shares Race race ended for the week.
The Shares Race is a fantasy shares game that runs for six weeks. Players start with $100,000, divided evenly across 10 stocks. Their progress is reported weekly.