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Is he holding the stock of the University of Ibadan?
No but he still decided to continue working, even thogh he could afford to live on his investment.
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Please don't compare Bosun, who holds his whole life in NB, with Atedo, who holds only a fraction of his wealth in NB. Even Dangote has a diversified portfolio with all the wealth he can milk from Dangote cement, if he decides to go the way of the oil company I don't want to mention.
His portfolio size in NB should be about 60%, but it will be better to reduce it to about 15%.
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No but he still decided to continue working, even thogh he could afford to live on his investment.
I am sure nobody is against working even if you have a billion dollars. Waaan$$ is still working...

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No but he still decided to continue working, even thogh he could afford to live on his investment.
Some people may die if they suddenly stop going to work, not necessary because of the pay, but because this is what they have been doing for the past decades. The number one killer of most retirees is boredom.

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We also have Prof. Francis Idachaba, a retired of Professor of Agricultural Economics at University of Ibadan, I don't think Prof. is a well known brand, except may be in academics. He is a Naira billionaire in stocks, but he still chose to lecture until he retired about 4 years ago.

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I am sure nobody is against working even if you have a billion dollars. Waaan$$ is still working...The problem is concentrating all your wealth in one single place: your salary, profit sharing, dividends, capital appreciation all from one single entity.
Oga mi sir, my holy book tells me to choose between idleness & starving; and working & eating. The specific command is "Whoever will not WORK, let him not EAT".

I love banga and starch. So I guess I will keep working
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Pls Im doing a research on NSE breweries stock and I want to know if former Nigerian Breweries PLC CEO Festus Odimegwu went to Consolidated Breweries after he left NB PLC.
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Festus Odimegwu of Felix Ohiwere??? Maybe i'm the one mixing up things sha....
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Festus Odimegwu of Felix Ohiwere??? Maybe i'm the one mixing up things sha....
Sir Dr.Awo, it was Festus Odimegwu that was the former MD of NB. He had to step down when he got entangled in Politics while still holding the post of the MD. As to Dr Vincenta11's question, I do not know if he went to Consolidated Breweries after stepping down.The board had wanted him to move to Heineken but he had political ambitions. This might give you some insights to your question (Odimegwu sacked as Nigerian Breweries MD - Proshare)
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This is one stock I will like to have in my Portfolio considering its Legacy. However, the current price of N176 is just a no no. That is an earnings yield of just 3% based on TTM Eps. Though a remarkably profitable company results have been flat for the last three quarters or so making that yield unsurmountable going forward.

I did a review of the results in my blog last week and strongly loathe its negative working capital (about N39billion). Entry level for me here is probably N33 which by the way is highly unlikely. The market wouldn't allow that..considering the impact on the ASI. One major pitfall with circuit breakers is that they can sustain an overvalued share price for too long.

What is your maximum price entry for this stock?
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This is one stock I will like to have in my Portfolio considering its Legacy. However, the current price of N176 is just a no no. That is an earnings yield of just 3% based on TTM Eps. Though a remarkably profitable company results have been flat for the last three quarters or so making that yield unsurmountable going forward.

I did a review of the results in my blog last week and strongly loathe its negative working capital (about N39billion). Entry level for me here is probably N33 which by the way is highly unlikely. The market wouldn't allow that..considering the impact on the ASI. One major pitfall with circuit breakers is that they can sustain an overvalued share price for too long.

What is your maximum price entry for this stock?
I had this coy for about 4 years (after they declared 1:1 bonus) and it did not appreciate from the 40s, for a long time and I was getting peanuts as dividend. I lost patience and sold it off. I don't think I have patience for stocks without potential for 10% dividend yield.
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This is one stock I will like to have in my Portfolio considering its Legacy. However, the current price of N176 is just a no no. That is an earnings yield of just 3% based on TTM Eps. Though a remarkably profitable company results have been flat for the last three quarters or so making that yield unsurmountable going forward.

I did a review of the results in my blog last week and strongly loathe its negative working capital (about N39billion). Entry level for me here is probably N33 which by the way is highly unlikely. The market wouldn't allow that..considering the impact on the ASI. One major pitfall with circuit breakers is that they can sustain an overvalued share price for too long.

What is your maximum price entry for this stock?
ARM just released a review of NB... Their fair value is put at N121, thereabout...

Earnings Flash: Nigerian Breweries Plc Six months ended 30th June 2013 - Proshare

Personally, i wont think about thinking about buying NB until it loses at least 50% of its present price...
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This is one stock I will like to have in my Portfolio considering its Legacy. However, the current price of N176 is just a no no. That is an earnings yield of just 3% based on TTM Eps. Though a remarkably profitable company results have been flat for the last three quarters or so making that yield unsurmountable going forward.

I did a review of the results in my blog last week and strongly loathe its negative working capital (about N39billion). Entry level for me here is probably N33 which by the way is highly unlikely. The market wouldn't allow that..considering the impact on the ASI. One major pitfall with circuit breakers is that they can sustain an overvalued share price for too long.

What is your maximum price entry for this stock?
NB would get back to the 40's (inflation adjusted) it'll just take a few years. When the foreigners pull out these are the sort of stocks that get hammered
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ARM just released a review of NB... Their fair value is put at N121, thereabout...

Earnings Flash: Nigerian Breweries Plc Six months ended 30th June 2013 - Proshare

Personally, i wont think about thinking about buying NB until it loses at least 50% of its present price...
N121??? I don't even bother about reading reviews from Investment Advisors cos at the end to make a gain whether you buy or sell. N121??? Hell no
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NB would get back to the 40's (inflation adjusted) it'll just take a few years. When the foreigners pull out these are the sort of stocks that get hammered
N40? Have you factored in what had happened in the firm between 2008 and now in terms of capacity building/acquisitions by the parent company?

It will take another global catastrophe as seen in 2008 for NB to come to that level again.
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