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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Vunani Securities Small and Medium Market Cap Analyst Anthony Clark for his weekly “Stock Pick Monday” feature.

Clark suggested you add the following three companies to your portfolio:

  • Consolidated Infrastructure Group

  • Sygnia Holdings

  • Santova

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

Consolidated Infrastructure Group has been a favourite of mine for five to seven years.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Consolidated Infrastructure Group connects power stations to the grid.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Consolidated Infrastructure Group is fairly immune to the low oil price.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Sygnia Holdings is a big dividend payer.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Sygnia Holdings is a market disruptor.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Sygnia Holdings is well placed to benefit from Treasury’s push for lower costs.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Santova is flying very far underneath the radar.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Santova procures goods and services internationally for suppliers. It’s doing this very well.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

Santova is a fast growing rand-hedge company.

Anthony Clark, Vunani Securities

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