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How you can buy Capitec and other JSE shares at 20%, 30% and 50% discounts

by , 03 April 2019
How you can buy Capitec and other JSE shares at 20%, 30% and 50% discounts
Right now Capitec shares trade at R1,384.

But what if I told you that you could get hold of these shares - and benefit from their upwards movement - at a discount of 20%?

My guess is this sounds like a great opportunity?

In fact, if you could get a share like Capitec - but end up paying as much as 20% less, why would you not jump at the opportunity?

Well, I've uncovered scores of these opportunities on the JSE lately.

I call these ‘wealth explosion shares' and investing in them can make you thousands instantly.

Let me explain…
 
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How you can invest in these ‘Wealth Explosion Shares’
 
In the financial world there’s a term called ‘holdings company discount’.
 
What this refers to is a discount investors apply to the share price of a company that ‘holds’ other investments.
 
For example – PSG Group is an investment holdings company.
 
It holds investments in Capitec, PSG Konsult, Zeder, Curro and Stadio.
 
If you consider the value of these investments (which we know – because these investments are mostly listed on the JSE) you’ll see that PSG is worth R320 per share. At the same time – its shares trade on the JSE at only R268. That means you get PSG at a 16.25% discount to the value of the investments it holds.
 
This includes Capitec, Curro and Zeder.
 
Effectively you could go out and buy Capitec, Zeder and Curro shares – at full price. Or you could simply buy PSG shares – and get the other ones at a big discount.
 
This discount – referred to as the holdings company discount – is an opportunity for astute investors.
 
You see – whenever the ‘holdings company’ sells these investments it gets full market value (or even more) for them. But investors apply a discount to the share price. So you get the ‘discount’ plus the premium as a profit when that happens…
 
So why do investors apply a ‘holdings company discount’?
 
There has been research done on the phenomena and the main reasons are: 
1. Noise traders don’t fully appreciate the value of the underlying investments of holdings companies
 
2. Liquidity of the investments a holdings company has requires a discount to compensate for risk
 
3. Holdings companies have management fees. 4.
 
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How you can make a mint from holdings company discounts
 
Because of the factors I named above – holdings companies tend to have discounts all the time. But these discounts are typically small. Around 5-10%. And when things look shaky in the economy it turns to 20% discount.
 
Here’s where it gets interesting – once a company sells some of their investments and gets full value (or a premium) for them you get to pocket big time.
 
For example – Just today a company called York Timber sold one of its plantations for R54 million. The plantation was only valued at R39 million on its books.
 
That means a profit of R15 million – or a 38% premium to the asset’s value.
 
But the interesting thing is that York’s value, based on the value of all its investments minus its debt, sits at R9.43 – while its share price is a mere R1.40…
 
That’s a discount of 85%!
 
Now imagine the company sells more of its assets – raising cash… Investors could make a fortune.
 
Then there are companies like Trematon – its investments amount to R4.68 per share – while its share price sits at 290c…
 
I’ve actually uncovered at least 6 penny stocks with these kind of 20%, 30%, 50% and bigger discounts right now.
 
 
Here’s to unleashing real value,
Francois Joubert,
Editor, Red Hot Penny Shares
 
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