The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Tony Bell, Chief Investment Officer at Vunani Fund Managers.
Bell chose the following three companies as his stock picks for the week:
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Montauk has 14 sites in the US that convert garbage-gas into electricity.— Tony Bell, Chief Investment Officer at Vunani Fund Managers
Montauk does different stuff to what Sasol does.— Tony Bell, Chief Investment Officer at Vunani Fund Managers
Montauk gets carbon credits that they sell.— Tony Bell, Chief Investment Officer at Vunani Fund Managers
I’m attracted to the disruptive side of Sygnia.— Tony Bell, Chief Investment Officer at Vunani Fund Managers
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