The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Anthea Gardner, CEO of Cartesian Capital.
Gardner chose the following three companies as her stock picks for the week:
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Sun International management has streamlined the business, and it’s going to pay off.— Anthea Gardner, CEO of Cartesian Capital
PSG is at a slight discount to fair value. Capitec Bank is still doing well – it has overtaken Standard Bank in terms of customers.— Anthea Gardner, CEO of Cartesian Capital
MediClinic is a defensive share you really need in your portfolio.— Anthea Gardner, CEO of Cartesian Capital
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