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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield asked Rand Swiss Portfolio Manager Singa Gungqisa to discuss his stock picks for the week.
Gungqisa chose the following three companies:
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
You should be looking for companies that own assets offshore.— Singa Gungqisa, Rand Swiss
You get a great discount on the [Brait] share price.— Singa Gungqisa, Rand Swiss
ST Microelectronics will benefit as the demand for microchips increases over time.— Singa Gungqisa, Rand Swiss
People have an obsession with beauty… L’Oreal will continue to grow and grow… They have dominant brands in an industry not prone to disruptions.— Singa Gungqisa, Rand Swiss
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