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    Stock Picks for 2008!

    A new year signals a new beginning! Last year's market conditions can best be described as tumultuous but investors were still able to make a reasonable return. What does 2008 hold for us? Most analysts predict a tougher year ahead but if you make smart choices based on the quality of the company you're investing in, you can't go wrong!

    Here are my stock picks for 2008 (some already form a part of my online portfolio which I will continue discussing next week):

    1. African Bank Investments Limited - ABIL
    2. Stefanutti & Bressan - S&B
    3. Famous Brands - Fambrands
    4. Vox Telecom - VOX
    5. SABMiller - SAB

    Let me know what you think of my choices and submit your own top 5 stock picks for 2008. We'll publish them on this blog and at the end of the year we'll review our readers' choices and see who performed the best in 2008!

    Email your stock picks to editor@marketviews.co.za.

    Permalink2008-01-09, 11:39:24, by Marika Email , 22 comments
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    Comments, Trackbacks:

    Comment from: Babs Reddy [Visitor] Email
    My top 5 stocks for 2008:

    1. Telkom
    2. Woolies
    3. JD Group
    4. Standard bank
    5. Goldfields
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-09 @ 18:05
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    David Yutar:

    1) Merafe
    2) Vox
    3) Simmers
    4) DRD
    5) Newgold
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-14 @ 14:10
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    Erika Barocsi-Kayser:

    Blue Label Telkoms, Simmers, Afdawn, Abil and Celcom.
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-14 @ 14:11
    Comment from: Big B [Visitor] Email
    How about a bit of speculation - Matodzi.

    Nu-World
    JD Group
    Metorex
    PPC
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-15 @ 15:20
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    Malcolm T:

    DRD Gold
    PanAf
    Simmers
    Miranda
    Diamond Core Resources
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-15 @ 15:28
    Comment from: Andrew [Visitor] Email
    MY FIVE FOR 2008

    INVESTEC PLC
    MASSMART
    PSG
    CADIZ
    TELKOM
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-16 @ 09:38
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    E. Haacke:

    1. Investec PLC
    2. Gbgold
    3 Imuniti
    4. Vox telekom
    5. Coronation F M
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-16 @ 09:40
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    Allan McMillan:

    Dawn
    Group 5
    Basil Read
    WG Wearn
    Primeserv
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-17 @ 11:05
    Comment from: Melusi Moloi [Visitor] Email
    M&R holdings
    Standard bank
    Aveng
    Telkom
    investec plc
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-18 @ 09:35
    Comment from: JC [Visitor] Email
    Standard Bank
    JD Group
    Group 5
    Afdawn
    Rainbow Chicken
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-20 @ 23:19
    Comment from: jacques Nell [Visitor] Email
    Gooderson Leisure
    African Bank
    Vox Telecoms
    Simmers
    Metorex
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-21 @ 13:36
    Comment from: Josh Greenberg [Visitor] Email
    My Stock Picks for 2008:

    - Blue Label Telecoms
    - Stefanutti & Bressan
    - M&R holdings
    - Merafe
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-22 @ 09:16
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    Jacques Nell:

    African Bank
    Vox Telecom
    Metorex
    Simmers
    Gooderson Leisure
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-22 @ 09:26
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    Harold:

    Durban Deep (now DRDGold)
    Naspers
    Bidvest
    African Bank Investments Limited
    InvestecPLC
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-22 @ 09:59
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    Dawie Bredenkamp:

    ENALENI (enl)
    PPC (ppc)
    ABSA
    Value (vle)
    SABmiller (SAB)
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-01-22 @ 15:22
    Comment from: Marika [Member] Email
    PD Selahle:

    1.Merafe
    2.Murray and Roberts (MRHLD)
    3.MTN
    4.Richemont
    5.Simmers
    PermalinkPermalink 2008-04-08 @ 09:01
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    PermalinkPermalink 2008-09-22 @ 13:12
    Comment from: Indian stock market [Visitor] · http://www.cafestocks.com/
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    PermalinkPermalink 2008-10-21 @ 11:33
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    PermalinkPermalink 2008-10-23 @ 07:47
    Comment from: mlgreen8753 [Visitor]
    That's interesting. I am considering an investment I heard about on Breast Cancer Investing. Hopefully it will be a good one. It's a company called Mentor Capital (MNTR) who has a 20% stake in a biotech company that could possibly be releasing a new breast cancer treatment that might result in stock price gains for Mentor Capital.
    PermalinkPermalink 2009-09-17 @ 23:24
    Comment from: Stock Picks [Visitor]
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    PermalinkPermalink 2011-11-01 @ 15:27

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