Veteran stockbroker David Shapiro this week published an overview of the worst performers on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange so far this year.
The weakness of South Africa’s economy is clear when looking at the company reports, says Shapiro.
Many recently booming stocks appear on the list which includes the likes of Tiger Brands, Capitec Bank, MTN, Woolworths, Sanlam, Naspers and Vodacom.
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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