Johannesburg Stock Exchange - South African company MiX Telematics lists on the New York Stock Exchange. Photo - YouTube
South African company MiX Telematics lists on the New York Stock Exchange. Photo - YouTube

10 Winners And Losers From Johannesburg Stock Exchange Tech Shares In 2017

By Peter Pedroncelli, 5:15 am AFKI Original

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange has seen a mixed bag of success and failure for tech stocks over the last year, with some companies thriving while others failed to live up to expectations. Share prices among the tech stocks varied significantly during the course of 2017, with telecoms companies generally struggling with loses while telematics companies experienced excellent gains throughout the 12-month period.

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    The Johannesburg Stock Exchange is set to welcome a new tech listing in October, with data technology company 4Sight Holdings joining the South African bourse next month. The development represents the first new tech listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in almost three years, with 4Sight Holdings listing on the JSE’s Alternative Exchange – AltX. The last JSE tech listing was Cartrack in 2014.

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  • 10 Worst Performing Tech Stocks On The Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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    The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Ten tech stocks did poorly on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange over the course of the year which ended on June 30, and investors linked to those particular companies will be disappointed with the performances of their stocks during that period. While big names such as Vodacom and Naspers grew their valuations on the JSE, the likes of Telkom and Blue Label Telecoms lost value over the period.

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