The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Matthew Auerbach, a fund manager at Capricorn Fund Managers.
Auerbach chose the following three companies as his stock picks for the week:
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Blue Label’s acquisition of 30% of Cell C could be a real game changer.— Matthew Auerbach
Sun International has spent a lot of time cleaning up the portfolio.— Matthew Auerbach
The market is missing the opportunities sitting outside of South Africa for Discovery. This could be a Tencent moment for Discovery!— Matthew Auerbach
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