Free float in demand

Basson, Handrie
May 2001
Finance Week;05/11/2001, p40
Explains the advantages of free float in evaluating stocks. Expected shift to exclusive accommodation of freely tradeable shares in South Africa-based Johannesburg Stock Exchange indices; Consideration of shares that have the potential to become available for investors to buy and sell.


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