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Please can anyone tell me where i can invest regular cash that will yield compound interest over time @ 20% monthly.
20% only? I can think of Bernie Maddoff, but he is in jail sha....better be careful not to turn your search of 20% monthly interest into 100% permanent loss.
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Since old layers chickens produces an average of 2 eggs per day. I will suggested you buy 100 old layers chickens at the rate of =N=1000 each. Considering the projected 2 eggs per day, at the end of the month, each chicken would have produced about 60 eggs. Multiply 60eggs by 100 chickens, it will give you 6000 eggs. Since one egg cost about =N= 40, Multiply =N=40 by 6000 eggs and you will get like =N= 240,000. That is poultry for you. This will yield you more than 200% considering your projected 20%. I hope this will be of good help to you.
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Since old layers chickens produces an average of 2 eggs per day. I will suggested you buy 100 old layers chickens at the rate of =N=1000 each. Considering the projected 2 eggs per day, at the end of the month, each chicken would have produced about 60 eggs. Multiply 60eggs by 100 chickens, it will give you 6000 eggs. Since one egg cost about =N= 40, Multiply =N=40 by 6000 eggs and you will get like =N= 240,000. That is poultry for you. This will yield you more than 200% considering your projected 20%. I hope this will be of good help to you.
if only business were this simple, consider cost of land/housing, water, food, labour, heating (cause chickens and cold weather dont mix), drugs and vet services, transportation to market etc o and farmers sell their eggs for like N15 not N40. So basically your maths is way off
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Since old layers chickens produces an average of 2 eggs per day. I will suggested you buy 100 old layers chickens at the rate of =N=1000 each. Considering the projected 2 eggs per day, at the end of the month, each chicken would have produced about 60 eggs. Multiply 60eggs by 100 chickens, it will give you 6000 eggs. Since one egg cost about =N= 40, Multiply =N=40 by 6000 eggs and you will get like =N= 240,000. That is poultry for you. This will yield you more than 200% considering your projected 20%. I hope this will be of good help to you.
This is upside-down economics! What of the costs? You have to feed the chickens and manage them ko o? And the risks nko? You fit get one disease that can kill all of them the first week.
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This is upside-down economics! What of the costs? You have to feed the chickens and manage them ko o? And the risks nko? You fit get one disease that can kill all of them the first week.
No mind the man. What ALL of you do not know is that the business is already registered with AMC.
After collecting loans from ALL of you (bankers) without any collateral, the asset will be passed over to AMC in case of ....
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if only business were this simple, consider cost of land/housing, water, food, labour, heating (cause chickens and cold weather dont mix), drugs and vet services, transportation to market etc o and farmers sell their eggs for like N15 not N40. So basically your maths is way off
I am not even worried about the risks and cost of the investment, the main issue with me is REVENUE ASSURANCE. If I bring 6000 crates to the market every month, am I sure I can sell all at N20? There is heavy competition from the likes of Livestock, Obasanjo farms that have branded their eggs and control major outlets.

This is a business I am interested in the long term, my worry is only revenue assurance. I will appreciate help or information in this regard.
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I am not even worried about the risks and cost of the investment, the main issue with me is REVENUE ASSURANCE. If I bring 6000 crates to the market every month, am I sure I can sell all at N20? There is heavy competition from the likes of Livestock, Obasanjo farms that have branded their eggs and control major outlets.

This is a business I am interested in the long term, my worry is only revenue assurance. I will appreciate help or information in this regard.
as for the market, you'll have no problems if you produce 10k crates everyday the market would absorb it. The question you should be asking your self is can you produce those eggs profitably and can you devote 110% of your time to this business cause thats what it would take for you to be successful. I'd honestly advise you to look into pig farming cause its easier to manage and thou less profitable you've got a better chance of success.
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as for the market, you'll have no problems if you produce 10k crates everyday the market would absorb it. The question you should be asking your self is can you produce those eggs profitably and can you devote 110% of your time to this business cause thats what it would take for you to be successful. I'd honestly advise you to look into pig farming cause its easier to manage and thou less profitable you've got a better chance of success.
many thanks Oga Nosa, I really appreciate this insight. Like I said, this is my long term plan, I will continue to accumulate information and take step by step progress.

Seriously Pig fear me O, I hope pigs are not aggressive? Sir, is the market as wide as compared with chicken and eggs? considering the "religious" thing?
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Since old layers chickens produces an average of 2 eggs per day. I will suggested you buy 100 old layers chickens at the rate of =N=1000 each. Considering the projected 2 eggs per day, at the end of the month, each chicken would have produced about 60 eggs. Multiply 60eggs by 100 chickens, it will give you 6000 eggs. Since one egg cost about =N= 40, Multiply =N=40 by 6000 eggs and you will get like =N= 240,000. That is poultry for you. This will yield you more than 200% considering your projected 20%. I hope this will be of good help to you.
Forgive my question o, do we now have eggs that cost N40 each in Nigeria now? that will mean eating eggs will be on xmas day only for many families now and only 'big boys and girls' will be able to eat eggs...God help us in that country o .
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many thanks Oga Nosa, I really appreciate this insight. Like I said, this is my long term plan, I will continue to accumulate information and take step by step progress.

Seriously Pig fear me O, I hope pigs are not aggressive? Sir, is the market as wide as compared with chicken and eggs? considering the "religious" thing?
the market for pork meat is mostly in the east and in the south. As with most agricultural produce, you would be able to sell all that you produce so rather than worrying about demand you should worry more about being able to produce profitably. When ever you're ready let me know cause my family is into farming so i could give you pointers on what to expect.
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@all pls i need help.I hv searchd over lagos 4 d ARM DISCOVERY FUND form bt i cldn't get it.I went to various GT bank,they told me dat they don't gv the form any more.Also is it wise 2 invest in stocks now bcause it's lk the NSE is riddled wit corruption and SEC is not doing anything.There is an air of uncertainty and i don't wnt to take foolish risk.
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@all pls i need help.I hv searchd over lagos 4 d ARM DISCOVERY FUND form bt i cldn't get it.I went to various GT bank,they told me dat they don't gv the form any more.Also is it wise 2 invest in stocks now bcause it's lk the NSE is riddled wit corruption and SEC is not doing anything.There is an air of uncertainty and i don't wnt to take foolish risk.

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Talking of "good" customer service and customer appreciation, even with my "tasere" units for ARM, dem send birthday wishes to me...abi Nija don dey better for certain corner ke?
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AGM Notice

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meetings for the ARM Discovery Fund and ARM Aggressive Growth Fund will be held on Monday, October 11, 2010 at the Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos at 10.00am and 12 noon respectively.
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