The leading shares are the leading shares for a reason.— Petri Redelinghuys, Herenya Capital Advisors
Redelinghuys reckoned you need not look much further than these three:
Versarien (UK listed)
Glencore (JSE listed)
- Firstrand (JSE, Namibian Stock Exchanged listed)
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