The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Bright Khumalo, Portfolio Manager at Vestact.
Khumalo discussed, what he believes, are the hottest stocks on the JSE right now:
Rand Merchant Investment Holding
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You want to buy Rand Merchant Investment Holding because of OUTsurance.— Bright Khumalo, Portfolio Manager at Vestact
AdvTech is in growth mode – trying to catch up with Curro.— Bright Khumalo, Portfolio Manager at Vestact
Steinhoff was out of favour for a long time, but this is an amazing business!— Bright Khumalo, Portfolio Manager at Vestact
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