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MEI has been hit very hard. I own some though my holdings in Remgro. MEI, Does anyone have a view on buying MEI at these levels?
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Prevailing wisdom is that dollar reflation will lead to a selloff in bond, bond proxy and safety-first stocks. So US/UK financials and value stocks, especially those that benefit from fiscally expansionist policies are the order of the day.
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Prevailing wisdom is that dollar reflation will lead to a selloff in bond, bond proxy and safety-first stocks. So US/UK financials and value stocks, especially those that benefit from fiscally expansionist policies are the order of the day.
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I wouldn't rush in until it starts moving up (falling knives and all that).
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its behaving like Woolies
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its behaving like Woolies
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Read in a report somewhere, the Noors acquisition not going so well. The countries national health scheme, thiqua, I thinks it is called, has issued a directive to their members that if they want to use private hospitals they must pay 20% of the bill. T/over has therefore dropped significantly.How they fix this, not so sure.
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Yes, something that might hit SA as well under the national health drive. So beware, the notion that it is good to buy into health care because everyone gets sick, can bite you. Same with clothes and foods... all have to be cladded and eat, but is the investment and returns sutainable.
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Yes, something that might hit SA as well under the national health drive. So beware, the notion that it is good to buy into health care because everyone gets sick, can bite you. Same with clothes and foods... all have to be cladded and eat, but is the investment and returns sustainable.
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