The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Eugene Goosen of ORA Fund Managers about his stock picks for the week:
Goosen chose the following three companies.
- Standard Bank
Scroll down to read some quotes from the audio below.
Bidvest’s European business is doing extremely well. The South African business is well-diversified.— Eugene Goosen
Onelogix is not a short-term play. This is a three to five year play.— Eugene Goosen
You buy Standard Bank for its African exposure. It’s extremely successful in the rest of the Continent.— Eugene Goosen
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