The market doesn’t want to go down; it just wants to go better!— David Shapiro, Sasfin
Don’t be scared… valuations are not excessive now…— David Shapiro, Sasfin
Markets around the world are, seemingly, in good health.
It’s the same in South Africa, despite the struggling economy.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange is trading at an all-time high.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Sasfin veteran David Shapiro.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
‘We’re only starting now!’— David Shapiro, Sasfin
At long last we’re getting synchronised growth in the world economy.— David Shapiro, Sasfin
We’re seeing an improving global economy.— David Shapiro, Sasfin
I can put forward a strong case for buying this market.— David Shapiro, Sasfin
Naspers, I love it!— David Shapiro, Sasfin
When does this come to an end? When the US starts to raise interest rates…— David Shapiro, Sasfin
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