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Old 18th December 2012, 07:35 PM
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oga Waan$$$5 see money
Na just 2500 units i get, just sold 1500 units for roughly 1m last week. Got the alert from my bank this afternoon.
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Na just 250000 units i get, just sold 150000 units for roughly N100m last week. Got the alert from my bank this afternoon.
No problem, na still money
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Na just 250000 units i get, just sold 150000 units for roughly N100m last week. Got the alert from my bank this afternoon.


Amen, I pray I get to that level soonest.
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Nestle hits new all time high on dividend hopes
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Oga Emma, where is this stock going?
na 1,000 una go see this stock soonest!

but can the market makers tempt the shareholders of this company to sell? only time will tell!
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na 1,000 una go see this stock soonest!

but can the market makers tempt the shareholders of this company to sell? only time will tell!
I'd love to hear your opinion when this stocks price starts falling, there are a lot of blue chip US companies with better fundamentals and less risk so...
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How much will Nestle even pay as dividend? Can they pay 10% of N850? Then what are they hoping?
for some people 2% dividend yield of NESTLE may be sweater than 6.4% dividend yield of NEM
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for some people 2% dividend yield of NESTLE may be sweater than 6.4% dividend yield of NEM
AT&T has a dividend yield of approximately 5%, if you're a foreign investor where would you park your funds?

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How much will Nestle even pay as dividend? Can they pay 10% of N850? Then what are they hoping?
I dont think the hope is pinned on dividend alone, I think they are also hoping for bonus
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I dont think the hope is pinned on dividend alone, I think they are also hoping for bonus
Bonus is just "playing with the mirror" your wealth is still the same. Dividend creates some liquidity.
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AT&T has a dividend yield of approximately 5%, if you're a foreign investor where would you park your funds?

I dey wait for reality to bite
that way take sometime but who cares
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that way take sometime but who cares
don't be so sure
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I dont think the hope is pinned on dividend alone, I think they are also hoping for bonus
bonus is not a return, if anything it increases the number of shareholders (assuming folks sell some of their bonus) thus increase, marginally, cost of the company
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for some people 2% dividend yield of NESTLE may be sweater than 6.4% dividend yield of NEM
See inside trading who tell u say NEM dividend yield we be 6.4%?
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See inside trading who tell u say NEM dividend yield we be 6.4%?
NEM paid 5kobo as dividend in the last financial year which they they can still pay in the current financial year based on their Q3 financial result, calculate the dividend yield at current price. Insider trading is unethical and would not be associated with me. BTW who i be, am just a small boy.
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don't be so sure
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NEM paid 5kobo as dividend in the last financial year which they they can still pay in the current financial year based on their Q3 financial result, calculate the dividend yield at current price. Insider trading is unethical and would not be associated with me. BTW who i be, am just a small boy.
If Nem pay 5k as dividend they no try at lot
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See inside trading who tell u say NEM dividend yield we be 6.4%?
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NEM paid 5kobo as dividend in the last financial year which they they can still pay in the current financial year based on their Q3 financial result, calculate the dividend yield at current price. Insider trading is unethical and would not be associated with me. BTW who i be, am just a small boy.
Dividend yield is relative.6.4% is for those that joined the rally recently. If NEM delivers 5k,remember that some major shareholders of NEM like Sir Oracle and Sir Hispy99 will still get a dividend yield circa 10%. What guaranteed savings account gives that in Nigeria today? Even the Fixed Income securities are already going below 11%.
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