Today, we’ll look at the best shares to buy right now that we think are undervalued stocks on the ASX in 2021.

Even though we are trading near highs after the huge rally from all the stimulus, the world right now is flush with cheap money and we expect the market to continue to be bullish in the short to medium term.

As the coronavirus comes under control, a lot of these stocks are looking highly attractive with good valuations or strongly geared into the recovery.

Best Shares to Buy Right Now which are Undervalued Stocks on the ASX

These stocks are the best share to buy right now as they show strong potential but are considered to be undervalued stocks as they have not necessarily rallied along with the rest of the market.

Unlike dividend-paying blue-chip shares which tend to hold their value better, these stocks tend to be higher risk.

If you are looking for something with an even higher risk for a better potential return, we have a list of the 5 best penny stocks on the ASX.

Coles (ASX COL)

Coles

Coles Group (ASX:COL) is an Australian retail chain operator.

The company has built a solid reputation for itself as a consistent dividend-paying and defensive stock.

Coles shares fared reasonably well throughout COVID.

Despite suffering a 1.7% drop in revenue and a 32% drop in profits in FY20 it remained profitable and honoured shareholders’ expectations of dividend payments.

The company has made good progress through FY21, but COVID concerns in Australia prevented that progress from being translated into significantly higher returns.

However, we believe the company is a good post-COVID dividend and defensive play.

The company is also a significantly better buy than Woolworths on a valuation basis.

Read the full article on how Coles (ASX:COL) made our ASX undervalued stocks list.

Qantas Airways (ASX QAN)

QANTAS

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted almost every business sector in a way that hasn’t been seen before in the modern world.

The travel and hospitality industries have faced an existential threat due to a practical standstill in tourism and business travel.

However, the hardship brought by the pandemic might prove to be a boon for industry leaders as it weeds out smaller or weaker competitors.

This has been the case for Qantas Airways (ASX:QAN).

After Virgin’s bankruptcy, Qantas is in a position to dominate Australia’s domestic sector with solid liquidity and a near-monopoly.

Additionally, Qantas has been named as one of the world’s most financially secure airlines during the pandemic.

Furthermore, the recent lockdown could be an upside catalyst for the stock as the vaccination rate accelerate across Australia.

Read the full article on how Qantas (ASX:QAN) made our ASX undervalued stocks list.

A2 Milk (ASX:A2M)

A2M

A2 Milk Company Ltd (ASX:A2M) has been a stock market darling over the past few years due to its fast-growing business and robust performance.

However, contrary to initial assessments, COVID-19 handed a blow to the company’s fortunes.

The pandemic severely impacted one of A2M’s major sales channels, hurt the company’s outlook, and resulted in multiple downgrades.

As with all hyper-growth stocks, any perceived apprehensions about the company’s operations will trigger a severe correction.

The recent three child policy announced by China as well as expectations of borders openings could revitalise the diagou revenue channel in mid-2022.

Even though there are China trade tension and headwinds, we expect demand to continue to rise along with a recovery in revenue in the Diagou channel.

Read the full article on how A2 Milk (ASX:A2M) made our list of 5 best shares to buy right now.

Piedmont Lithium (ASX:PLL)

Piedmont

Piedmont Lithium (ASX: PLL) is developing a mine for lithium hydroxide and its byproducts.

The stock has benefited from the recent market rally in tech and clean energy stocks because it is linked to the rising popularity of EVs. Lithium is core to the batteries used in EVs and for grid storage.

It is also used in the batteries of laptops and cell phones, as well as in the glass and ceramics industry.

The company has also inked a deal in September 2020 to supply one-third of its spodumene production to Tesla.

Additionally, the lithium industry is expected to grow 37% YoY.

Read the full article on how Piedmont Lithium (ASX:PLL) made our list of 5 best shares to buy right now.

Freelancer (ASX:FLN)

Freelancer

Freelancer Ltd (ASX:FLN) is an Australia-based online freelance portal with a worldwide reach.

The company, a pioneer of the gig economy has since morphed into the largest freelance portal by the number of users.

The company’s growth plateaued in the years leading up to the pandemic due to stiff competition from rivals such as Toptal, UpWork and Fiverr.

However, the pandemic was a shot in the arm for the company and revitalized its business due to the transition to online and remote work.

The company benefited from a massive rise in demand for popular gigs due to the acceleration of digitisation caused by the pandemic.

Read the full article about Freelancer (ASX:FLN) on how the stock made our ASX undervalued stocks list.

How We Pick The Best Shares To Buy Right Now

Stock markets are generally driven by three factors within the markets.

Understanding these forces helps us time the market and buy or sell stock at the most opportune moments.

In general, the markets and stocks are firstly driven on a short-term basis via supply and demand imbalances.

This is the order flow on a day to day basis as investors buy or sell a stock for different reasons.

This order flow is generally hard to forecast and requires strong technical analysis and understanding of the underlying market to properly time.

Secondly, markets and stocks are driven by macroeconomic forces in the medium-term.

Factors include but are not limited to changes in interest rates, consumer sentiment, government policies and so forth.

Understanding the nuances and how the different countries interact with each other in terms of trade and politics is key to understanding the forces that drive the markets as a whole.

Finally, stocks in the long-term are driven by fundamentals. Factors include but are not limited to quantitative factors such as earnings growth, profit margin and return on equity.

Qualitative factors include factors such as competition, operating environment, political and policy environment.

To be able to pick the best shares to buy now, it is essential to combine market timing, macroeconomic and fundamental analytics.

Tell us about you

Find us at the office

Eastmond- Sukel street no. 62, 79540 Hanga Roa, Easter Island

Give us a ring

Jaquelinee Wrate
+74 201 709 645
Mon - Fri, 9:00-15:00

Reach out