Jamie Carr Columnist

Holy guacamole, as the caped crusader used to suggest, you can definitely say there’s a bit of volatility in the market when a share of the calibre of Capitec starts flying around like a plastic bag in a hurricane.

Fear of the unknown has gripped investors by the short hairs, and it’s a bit like being a character in Hilary Mantel’s latest Tudor doorstopper of a novel, lurking around town waiting to be carried off by the sweating sickness while the nobles disappear to their country estates at a full gallop.

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