AB InBev (ANH:JSE) is bottoming out above R1,000 per share after making its high a little over R2,000 in Feb 2016. Looking at the European listing, the share has only been this oversold twice before and both times a massive rally followed.
The downward spiral is as a result of increasing debt, emerging markets falling out of favour, the Rand strengthening and the market pricing in a dividend cut in the full-year results to December.
ANH’s emerging market exposure will provide it with superior growth over the long-term it should be able to cut its debt by over 50% in the next five years.
For the first time since listing on the JSE, AB InBev has been added to several indices (All Share, Large Cap, Large and Mid-Cap, Industrial 25, Value, Growth, Shareholder weighted Al Share, Shareholder weighted Industrial 25). Index tracking funds will be buyers as new inflows come.
Buy AB InBev below R1,100 for a move to R1,500 over the coming months
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Short Term Ideas
• Sasol: Buy below R430, target R460.00 (Longer term profit target in update below)
• Goldfields: Closed at target of R45.25 for a 28.37 % gain.
Long Term Ideas
• Sasol: Long term buy below R430. Target R550.
• AB InBev: Buy below R1,100 with a target of R1,500
• Richemont: Buy dips below R95. Target R130.00.
• Remgro: A break above R210 is needed to open up R230. Buy below R200.00
• Coronation: Sentiment still negative. Buy dips below R50.00 for a move back to R80
• Shoprite: Stuck in Trading range below R200. Hold.
• Aspen: Bottoming out. Add below R150.00, keep exposure appropriate.
• Sygnia: Moving in the right direction. Add below R8.
• MTN: Accumulate on dips below R80.
• Glencore: Buy below R52.50.
• Naspers: Break out imminent, buy below R3,000. Target R3,800
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