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Old 9th February 2013, 02:45 PM
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I don't agree with U. Wema bank is being pump because of it anticipated fund raising. Unity bank is not pump. After this present rally of sentiment, the next rally by march will be base on audited results. Can Unity bank deliver? Presently the EPS for 3rd is 8K less than some insurance coy. I don't see Unity easily crossing N1. Then after audited result may gravitate down toward car pack. This is my own thinking may be wrong. Contra opinion are welcomed.
Unity Bank and Wema Bank closed .91k and N1:43k respectively yesterday. I believe that Unity Bank will cross the N1 mark by next week. Have you noticed the increasing volumes and deals being recorded by Unity Bank of late. I believe that some smart investors are accumulating the shares of the bank in anticipation of some good news.
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Unity Bank and Wema Bank closed .91k and N1:43k respectively yesterday. I believe that Unity Bank will cross the N1 mark by next week. Have you noticed the increasing volumes and deals being recorded by Unity Bank of late. I believe that some smart investors are accumulating the shares of the bank in anticipation of some good news.

What are the reasons behind the accumulation? Are you sure they are not accumulating the stock based on speculation.

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Unity Bank and Wema Bank closed .91k and N1:43k respectively yesterday. I believe that Unity Bank will cross the N1 mark by next week. Have you noticed the increasing volumes and deals being recorded by Unity Bank of late. I believe that some smart investors are accumulating the shares of the bank in anticipation of some good news.

Even if there were smart investors currently in the market, which I doubt there are, they won't be buying unity bank.

I've been watching the discussions on this forum recently and at the same time relating it to the book which I'm currently reading and the similarities are scary.
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Unity Bank and Wema Bank closed .91k and N1:43k respectively yesterday. I believe that Unity Bank will cross the N1 mark by next week. Have you noticed the increasing volumes and deals being recorded by Unity Bank of late. I believe that some smart investors are accumulating the shares of the bank in anticipation of some good news.
What good news are U expecting in a stock that has EPS of 8k. P/e ratio of almost 12. No of shares of 37,000,000,000units. The best unity bank can make for annual audited result is 13k imagine what they may pay as dividend. Even if they give bonus they are already over bloated. The largest in the banking sector. I don't know why they are accumulating it but once their purpose is achieve the stock will go on offer and fingers will be burnt. My advice to any body holding it is sale once u make profit and leave the rising alone. Golden word for the day. Do not dabble with things U don't have enough information on.
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Unity Bank and Wema Bank closed .91k and N1:43k respectively yesterday. I believe that Unity Bank will cross the N1 mark by next week. Have you noticed the increasing volumes and deals being recorded by Unity Bank of late. I believe that some smart investors are accumulating the shares of the bank in anticipation of some good news.
Bros, on what basis is this "belief" anchored? So because people are accumulating it means that they are smart and are anticipating good news? I hope you also realize that "smart" people were accumulating in anticipation if "good news" before the last market crash?
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Bros, on what basis is this "belief" anchored? So because people are accumulating it means that they are smart and are anticipating good news? I hope you also realize that "smart" people were accumulating in anticipation if "good news" before the last market crash?
That's the definition of gambling.

Anyway, comments like this should show that the end is not far away!
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Unity Bank and Wema Bank closed .91k and N1:43k respectively yesterday. I believe that Unity Bank will cross the N1 mark by next week. Have you noticed the increasing volumes and deals being recorded by Unity Bank of late. I believe that some smart investors are accumulating the shares of the bank in anticipation of some good news.
Good news are generated and do not fall from sky. From the indices I initially gave U it does not look as if the good news will be generated. Any accumulation in unity bank is pure gambling left to chance and not investing. If I see a man with big stomach and I tell U am waiting for when the man will deliver how will describe me? Bros shine U eyes. Not all big stomachs are pregnancy
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That's the definition of gambling.

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Exactly! And its gonna be televised
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Pls whats the present commission rate for both buy and sell orders on the NSE? I think it used to be 2.5% and 2.7% respectively.... Or has this changed?

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around 1.86 and 2.42 for buy and sales respectively. There is a slight variability in the 2nd decimal points among brokers but if your are like like Bra waan$$$, you can negotiate it lower
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What good news are U expecting in a stock that has EPS of 8k. P/e ratio of almost 12. No of shares of 37,000,000,000units. The best unity bank can make for annual audited result is 13k imagine what they may pay as dividend. Even if they give bonus they are already over bloated. The largest in the banking sector. I don't know why they are accumulating it but once their purpose is achieve the stock will go on offer and fingers will be burnt. My advice to any body holding it is sale once u make profit and leave the rising alone. Golden word for the day. Do not dabble with things U don't have enough information on.
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Good news are generated and do not fall from sky. From the indices I initially gave U it does not look as if the good news will be generated. Any accumulation in unity bank is pure gambling left to chance and not investing. If I see a man with big stomach and I tell U am waiting for when the man will deliver how will describe me? Bros shine U eyes. Not all big stomachs are pregnancy
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Make una hold fire joo! I am becoming reckless and I know it. Unity may not be favoured by fundamentals, but well supported by market sentiments and psychology.

If I follow mean reversion average, a bet on Unity bank may be better rewarding than over priced GTB..

6 months ago I was making a bold statement I will never buy Unity bank and Wema bank, but today! having hit my year 2013 profit targets, the stocks I now want are the very risky stocks with limited downside and significant upside potential.

I shamefully loaded Unity and its 4% of my portfolio. I am watching this market.

Forward PE is 7.45, P/B is 0.63 and ROE is "terrible" at 8.5%
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Make una hold fire joo! I am becoming reckless and I know it. Unity may not be favoured by fundamentals, but well supported by market sentiments and psychology.

If I follow mean reversion average, a bet on Unity bank may be better rewarding than over priced GTB..

6 months ago I was making a bold statement I will never buy Unity bank and Wema bank, but today! having hit my year 2013 profit targets, the stocks I now want are the very risky stocks with limited downside and significant upside potential.

I shamefully loaded Unity and its 4% of my portfolio. I am watching this market.

Forward PE is 7.45, P/B is 0.63 and ROE is "terrible" at 8.5%
I like ur confidence. Enjoy the party while it last. Remember to off load before it turns to offer. Remember be afraid while they are greedy and greedy while they are afraid. Any how the good thing about it is that it constitute about 4% of ur portfolio so u can afford to include it as bad loan if the unexpected happens.
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Make una hold fire joo! I am becoming reckless and I know it. Unity may not be favoured by fundamentals, but well supported by market sentiments and psychology.

If I follow mean reversion average, a bet on Unity bank may be better rewarding than over priced GTB..

6 months ago I was making a bold statement I will never buy Unity bank and Wema bank, but today! having hit my year 2013 profit targets, the stocks I now want are the very risky stocks with limited downside and significant upside potential.

I shamefully loaded Unity and its 4% of my portfolio. I am watching this market.

Forward PE is 7.45, P/B is 0.63 and ROE is "terrible" at 8.5%
Yeah, d bull is on rampage. Unsustainable optimism! We ar getting there!!
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Make una hold fire joo! I am becoming reckless and I know it. Unity may not be favoured by fundamentals, but well supported by market sentiments and psychology.

If I follow mean reversion average, a bet on Unity bank may be better rewarding than over priced GTB..

6 months ago I was making a bold statement I will never buy Unity bank and Wema bank, but today! having hit my year 2013 profit targets, the stocks I now want are the very risky stocks with limited downside and significant upside potential.

I shamefully loaded Unity and its 4% of my portfolio. I am watching this market.

Forward PE is 7.45, P/B is 0.63 and ROE is "terrible" at 8.5%
I see three problems here.
  1. Representative bias
  2. Confirmation bias
  3. Overconfidence

I am sure you know what I am talking about.
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Make una hold fire joo! I am becoming reckless and I know it. Unity may not be favoured by fundamentals, but well supported by market sentiments and psychology.

If I follow mean reversion average, a bet on Unity bank may be better rewarding than over priced GTB..

6 months ago I was making a bold statement I will never buy Unity bank and Wema bank, but today! having hit my year 2013 profit targets, the stocks I now want are the very risky stocks with limited downside and significant upside potential.

I shamefully loaded Unity and its 4% of my portfolio. I am watching this market.

Forward PE is 7.45, P/B is 0.63 and ROE is "terrible" at 8.5%
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I see three problems here.
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  3. Overconfidence

I am sure you know what I am talking about.

@Don Afolabi
I was in similar shoes (except for the 4% part, mine wasn't even up to 50,000 units ) but still I don commot my profit, leaving only my principal in the stock*, if e like make e dey rise, if e like make a fall I don benefit from unity bank at least.

*learnt that from someone here, cant remember who though.
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I see three problems here.
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I am sure you know what I am talking about.
All the bias listed above are neither good nor bad, I am free of loss avoidance psychological bias.
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I don't agree with U. Wema bank is being pump because of it anticipated fund raising. Unity bank is not pump. After this present rally of sentiment, the next rally by march will be base on audited results. Can Unity bank deliver? Presently the EPS for 3rd is 8K less than some insurance coy. I don't see Unity easily crossing N1. Then after audited result may gravitate down toward car pack. This is my own thinking may be wrong. Contra opinion are welcomed.
Note that UNITY BANK hit N1.00k today, against your expectation.

Don't be surprised that UNITY BANK will overtake WEMA bank soonest. Recall what some persons and I have said, that UNITY BANK and WEMA BANK stocks are political stocks.

Keep watching.
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Note that UNITY BANK hit N1.00k today, against your expectation.

Don't be surprised that UNITY BANK will overtake WEMA bank soonest. Recall what some persons and I have said, that UNITY BANK and WEMA BANK stocks are political stocks.

Keep watching.
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Looks like profit taking has started today on Unity and Wema.
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