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I think we should always be very careful in whatever securities we buy from NSE cos MRS or chevron has shown me that NSE and other regulators may be unaware of what they(business owners) do to their reports. Please lets always analyze the balance sheets properly so that other people will not buy based on what we say.
But are you sure the speculated 100bln is not just a mistake? I used to own texaco shares before Otedola and Aliko started fighting over it and I left 'cos I know they were actually fighting for the right to laden this coy with hitherto clean books, and have moved on. But i can ask my contacts (if there is still a pharohs who knows moses) there if they could confirm that the goodwill is indeed about that huge. If it is, I agree with those who say that this coy is a no go for now.
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Old 17th June 2010, 05:41 PM
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Do you by any chance know of any Stock Broking house that accepts palmi to open a stock broking account and also accepts palmi to buy stocks at NSE?.
Yes I do - but the one I know does it only for geniunine part-time wheelbarrow pushers who are more interested in buying and selling in the NSE, instead of where the next meal will come from.

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But are you sure the speculated 100bln is not just a mistake? I used to own texaco shares before Otedola and Aliko started fighting over it and I left 'cos I know they were actually fighting for the right to laden this coy with hitherto clean books, and have moved on. But i can ask my contacts (if there is still a pharohs who knows moses) there if they could confirm that the goodwill is indeed about that huge. If it is, I agree with those who say that this coy is a no go for now.
check the MRS/chevron thread and you will see the discrepancies in their 2008 YE report and 2009 YE report that I commented on. I was checking it in the office today and noticed those( bold ) parts and I wish a banker or accountant in-house could tell us if such reports could be written that way.
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I think we should always be very careful in whatever securities we buy from NSE cos MRS or chevron has shown me that NSE and other regulators may be unaware of what they(business owners) do to their reports. Please lets always analyze the balance sheets properly so that other people will not buy based on what we say.
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I think I read the lower highs lower lows from you first.
Betting against the naira short term looks dicey.
Speculating on selling on the next lower high and buying back at a lower low in Aug/Sep perhaps could give more units on the target stock for this trend in the short term (This should not be attmpted on the SLS banks as things here are still dodgy. One is tempted to gamble due to the possible upsides but the threat of liquidation still hovers around)
Chei, no be from me you read am o Anyway, I was only one of a number of people (Pumping, KoD etc) who expressed that view.

Selling high to buy back low can be good especially if a stock still has a long way to fall. Getting this right is key. For example, a stock which has fallen 40% is closer to ground than one which has only fallen 5% (all things being equal).
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Please o, I just got my dividend warrant yesterday for DangFlour and it says it was issued on 16.12.10. meaning it has expired two days ago. I got to the bank where this was pointed out to me. Abeg hope say no be say my money don go be dat.
Please what can i do to get my money o, do i just go to the registrars and have them issue me another one, since i never collect the money, my money no fit loss o ?

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Please o, I just got my dividend warrant yesterday for DangFlour and it says it was issued on 16.12.10. meaning it has expired two days ago. I got to the bank where this was pointed out to me. Abeg hope say no be say my money don go be dat.
Please what can i do to get my money o, do i just go to the registrars and have them issue me another one, since i never collect the money, my money no fit loss o ?
Oga ebi like say the date you type wrong but i am sure u mean 16.12.09. any way just take it to the registrar of the company and they will stamp it with a new date.
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Oga ebi like say the date you type wrong but i am sure u mean 16.12.09. any way just take it to the registrar of the company and they will stamp it with a new date.
Ah, Oga mi. Tuale sir. Thank you so much. E be like say na my confusion cause the error. Thank you sir, again.
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Index: 25,861.93

Deals: 6,330

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Value: N 5,422,815,389.51

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Chei, no be from me you read am o Anyway, I was only one of a number of people (Pumping, KoD etc) who expressed that view.

Selling high to buy back low can be good especially if a stock still has a long way to fall. Getting this right is key. For example, a stock which has fallen 40% is closer to ground than one which has only fallen 5% (all things being equal).
Pulled an exit on Flour Mills this week. The good profit cannot pay for the losses I am still carrying on many other stocks should I exit now. Watching if I can re-enter to buy more units after a couple of months. If not tough. Still watching a few others for a lower high.
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Pulled an exit on Flour Mills this week. The good profit cannot pay for the losses I am still carrying on many other stocks should I exit now. Watching if I can re-enter to buy more units after a couple of months. If not tough. Still watching a few others for a lower high.
The goodies from Flour Mill is already due,
What makes you think the price will go lower ?
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Hope Dims for Market Makers
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Stakeholders Predict Improved Liquidity, Equities Rebound
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Regulation: SEC to Sign MoU with Morocco
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Low Prices, Strong Regulation and Buy Opportunities
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Recapitalisation: Rights Issue to The Rescue
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Capital market investors vow to stop Bill on unclaimed dividends - Businessday
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Index :25,554.35

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The goodies from Flour Mill is already due,
What makes you think the price will go lower ?
Because it exhibited this trend in the last three years at about this time. Though that is not a guaranty it will repeat this year.
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