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McLachlan reckoned you need not look much further than these three JSE-listed shares:
- Master Drilling Group
For more detail; listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
CSG Holdings is, effectively, an early stage Bidvest.— Keith McLachlan, Alpha Wealth
Metrofile is one of those beautiful companies where you can profit from bureaucracy… It’s trading at a 9% dividend yield…— Keith McLachlan, Alpha Wealth
[Master Drilling Group] earns two thirds of its revenue outside of South Africa… It has deep competitive advantages…— Keith McLachlan, Alpha Wealth
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