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Old 8th August 2008, 04:05 AM
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Ferdinand Oil keeps investors in the dark

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“This is beyond intrinsic value, regulators should quickly step in so as to check the trend; before investors get trapped and lose money in the company following its recent price regime” the market source said.
No worries! They will respond someday. A serious coy will take negative publicity seriously. I doubt this coy knows the implication of their silence if they even exist at all.

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No worries! They will respond someday. A serious coy will take negative publicity seriously. I doubt this coy knows the implication of their silence if they even exist at all.
I can bet you that Ferdinand Oil is another Afroil if not worse. Center Point Sec. may be an offshoot of the Defunct Center Point marchant Bank and as such, would have wharehoused Ferdinand oil shares which they are selling because some people buy stocks on impulse. SEC should look into this one too.
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A clear example of why to heed to advice to buy into a company, not just buying stocks.

waaan5: this one pass Afroil. These guys'll be making about more than 590% on each share sold; and that for a company that's not doing any business, and with assets worth zilch.

The advice is basic: people ought to check out what they're buying.
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A clear example of why to heed to advice to buy into a company, not just buying stocks.

waaan5: this one pass Afroil. These guys'll be making about more than 590% on each share sold; and that for a company that's not doing any business, and with assets worth zilch.

The advice is basic: people ought to check out what they're buying.
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Unfortnately, many don't especially when the market is bullish.
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Default Re: Ferdinand Oil Mill

This stock along with 8 others have been approved for delisting


http://www.234next.com/csp/cms/sites...774-147/DAILY_ STOCK_REPORT:_NSE_delists_companies.csp
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money don enter bush . the name sef suppose let people know say na heavy jogba company. another one bite the dust
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money don enter bush . the name sef suppose let people know say na heavy jogba company. another one bite the dust
You no go kill me with laughter! You never know how very near the point you are on this one. I used to know the original Ferdinand when I was a boy. An unserious palm kernel crusher. I was appalled when I saw his sole proprietor business listed on the NSE. I think he did this because he wanted cheap funds especially soft loans from the Nigerian Bank of Commerce and Industry then (now defunct, not sure the exact name). He and Onwuka interbiz (hi tech?) were peers and had folded long ago with nothing on ground and nobody paying any attention to the stocks until the frenzy period of 2007 - 2008 when people started buying just anything in the secondary market. This is a classical example of 'know the business you want to invest before parting with your money'.

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This stock along with 8 others have been approved for delisting


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Kindly tell us the names of the 8 others that was approved for delisting. the link you provided is not functional. or is this thesame delisting story we heard earlier this year. ????
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Kindly tell us the names of the 8 others that was approved for delisting. the link you provided is not functional. or is this thesame delisting story we heard earlier this year. ????
This one is dated 13th may 2009, try the link below
Welcome to Financial Standard News

The delisted companies included
1.Footwears & Accessories Plc,
2.Ferdinand Oil Mills Plc
3.Christileb Plc
4.BCN Plc
5.Liz-Olofin & Company
6.Epic Dynamic Plc
7.Oluwa Glass Company Plc
8.Aba Textile Mills
9.Asaba Textile Mills Plc
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