Ascendis is a growth story via acquisitions.— Thato Mashigo
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With Sibanye you have to take a view on gold... Sibanye pays dividends; the others don’t...— Thato Mashigo
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Thato Mashigo, Portfolio Manager at Mvunonala Asset Management.
Mashigo chose the following three companies as his stock picks for the week:
- Sibanye Gold
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