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Woolies and Botswana’s Choppies are great companies to invest in right now

The Money Show presenter Bruce Whitfield interviewed IG’s Head of Premium Clients Travis Robson on his stock picks for the week.

Robson chose the following three:

  • Choppies (CHP)

  • Woolies (WHL)

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This article first appeared on 702 : Woolies and Botswana’s Choppies are great companies to invest in right now


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