Calgro is looking cheap.— Keith McLachlan, Fund Manager at AlphaWealth
Blue Label Telecoms is defensive and very cash generative.— Keith McLachlan, Fund Manager at AlphaWealth
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Keith McLachlan, Fund Manager at AlphaWealth.
McLachlan chose the following two companies as his stock picks for the week:
Calgro M3 (down 26% year-to-date with a R2.3 billion market cap)
- Blue Label Telecoms and (up 78% year-to-date with R14.1 billion market cap)
McLachlan explains his reasons for buying these companies in the audio below.
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