The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Thato Mashigo (Portfolio Manager at Mvunonala Asset Management), Caroline Cremen (Portfolio Manager at Adviceworx), Nadir Thokan (Investment Analyst at 27Four) and Gary Booysen (Director at Rand Swiss).
These four investment experts shared what they believe should be the hottest stocks of the year:
Listen to the interview in the audio below for more detail (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Sanlam is a high quality business with very conservative accounting... it is well capitalised...— Thato Mashigo
Sirius Property gets a lot of government support... it borrows at very low interest rates...— Thato Mashigo
Old Mutual and AVI have consistent cash flows and strong management.— Caroline Cremen
Mediclinic has a large margin of safety.— Gary Booysen
At this price you’ve got to buy it [Woolworths].— Gary Booysen
Standard Bank has reported very good earnings numbers.— Nadir Thokan
Steinhoff has ambitions to be the world’s fifth largest discount retailer.— Nadir Thokan
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