The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Joseph Busha, Managing Director at JM Busha Investment Group.
Busha spoke about, what he thinks, are the hottest stocks on the JSE right now:
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Netcare is well-established and their earnings are going to improve.— Joseph Busha
Netcare is very established in the UK.— Joseph Busha
Investec will return a bit more to shareholders.— Joseph Busha
Woolworths’ Australian investments will pay off.— Joseph Busha
Woolies is nicely diversified.— Joseph Busha
My wife contributes quite a lot in terms of Woolies’ income!— Joseph Busha
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