The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Ashburton Fund Manager Suvasha Kander.
Kander chose the following three companies as his stock picks for the week:
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Steinhoff is a diverse business with a lot of rand hedge qualities.— Suvasha Kander, Ashburton
Steinhoff has a healthy balance sheet.— Suvasha Kander, Ashburton
Aspen should deliver good operating performance going forward.— Suvasha Kander, Ashburton
Aspen’s leadership and asset quality are first class.— Suvasha Kander, Ashburton
EOH’s revenue ex-South Africa will grow.— Suvasha Kander, Ashburton
Short-term economic headwinds will have a limited impact on EOH.— Suvasha Kander, Ashburton
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