The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Purple Group Portfolio Manager Mpho Maile.
Maile suggests investing in the following three companies:
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
The JSE has a diverse income stream.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
The JSE is a fixed cost business.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
The JSE has been a monopoly for some time.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
The new stock market won’t materially impact on the JSE.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
Calgro M3 is doing spectacularly!— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
Calgro M3 is diversifying its income stream into memorial parks.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
Calgro M3 is a good business with a favourable price.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
Holdsport is benefiting from the growing popularity of outdoor sport and the outdoor lifestyle.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
Holdsport is trading at a very low P/E of 10 with a dividend yield of about 4%.— Mpho Maile, Purple Group Portfolio Manager
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