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Old 30th November 2012, 06:11 PM
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Default nigeria stockt analysis technipue

among technical analysis techniques , the RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX is powerful techniques that works in nigeria stock market . With a little creativity , it pin point more fact . To use it .the formulae is
RSI = 100-(-100)/1 + RS

where RS = AVERAGE HIGH/ AVERAGE LOW

now it is left with you and your experience to know the number of day you will to compute the RS and you will need the high and low price of each day for d analysis.
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Old 30th November 2012, 06:17 PM
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Default three principles of graham benjamin

* buy a business not a stock
* ignoring the fluctuations of the stock market
* maintaining a margin of safety
the above principles may be for long term perspective. Use wisely
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Goldsun, Nosa, Migiets, I understand but you Oracle, you of all people, na you come betray me like dis . Ok make I confess.

Na true, I dey scope Zanny (that was her pet name) but she no gree. I try everything, still no shows. I come go. When she was in charge of Transport, I went to meet her to 'settle' me. Me tell am say you no fit do dis job, abeg find me something before dem remove you. She laugh, she agree she no fit do the job (in 2009 we was indicted by a Senate committee) but nothing go remove am. Still she no find me something. Then she went to Petroleum. I was very happy. Now, she would have no excuse no to "find me something". I went to her as usual. When she saw me she was excited, This was the conversation:
Zanny: Eni!!, long time
Eni: (with a frown) Zanny, don't Eni me. Me sef wan chop fuel subsidy money.
Zanny: For where? If I say you no chop, you no chop
Eni: (I cool down small), Madam, the madam
Zanny: (cuts in) It's a matter of cash (sounded like thrash). Ok, I will do something, wait small
Eni: Zanny, what's this rumour with you and Jona. It can't be true.
Zanny: (cuts in angrily) Who told you, who told you!! You no dey mind your business, na the reason I no gree you. (bursts out laughing)
So where are we now? Act 3 Scene 2
Eni: (thinking... how I wish the rumour was about me)
Eni: WHat next after Petroluem? Finance?
Zanny: Aso Rock!
Eni: Aso Rock??
Zanny: (with absolute confidence) Yes, Aso Rock!
Eni: Is he going to make you Vice President or Chief of Staff?
Zanny: See you, mumu. Remain there.. (bursts out laughing hysterically then total silence)
Eni: Hmmm... you're going to be ..
Zanny: (interrupts) Are you thinking what I'm thinking? (then a mischevious look on her face)
But before I could respond, a call come in from one of the fuel subsidy barons and our meeting ended abruptly.

Stay tuned for more

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I go die for laughter o!

I joined SMN to learn more how to analyse stock and understand financial management but you guys don turn am to mini movie theater, scripting new tales by the day.

And all these for free? Including my stock market education?

I no fit thank una enough!
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I go die for laughter o!

I joined SMN to learn more how to analyse stock and understand financial management but you guys don turn am to mini movie theater, scripting new tales by the day.

And all these for free? Including my stock market education?

I no fit thank una enough!
many times people dey ask why i dey laugh, dem no know say na SMN world i dey
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Correct Man. where go be your headquarter, jattu or ogbona or fugar abi na agenebode?
Of which, oga bivins na my zones you dey call like that...
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many times people dey ask why i dey laugh, dem no know say na SMN world i dey
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many times people dey ask why i dey laugh, dem no know say na SMN world i dey
Them don nearly give up on me for my office o, unto say I go dey look screen dey laugh like fish...lol
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Of which, oga bivins na my zones you dey call like that...
Ozao abe? na be say na we we na . I hail ooo iyokpame
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Ozao abe? na be say na we we na . I hail ooo iyokpame
Shuooooo. hmmmmmmmmmm. e be like say i get many competitors for my Afenmai state governorship ambition in Republic of Edo come 2015 in SMN. I need to watch oga bivins1 very carefully. This his greetings is pure and undiluted Etsako.
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I hope your wife is not reading this one sha.

Tell your ladies to up their customer service if they want to retain market share. Free importation and exportation of goods and services is good for the global economy. This will make each economy to determine where its strength lies and play up to it.

As for the indiginization policies, I hope you know GTB and Zenith bank have been Nigerian owned right from scratch. And UBA became what it is because of the merger with STB. STB was a rising star in the banking industry, if you remember.
She no dey read am. Even if she dey read am. she no say i just dey use am to illustrate my point.

If not for not for the indiginisation policy Nigerians would not have owned shares and also become managers of the banks.

GTB, Zenith Bank etc came about during the regime of IBB in 1990. Nigeria was under banked at that peiod, I am not sure if FBN, union and UBA had up to 400 branches in 1990.


I think a situation whereby unskilled workers find it difficult to get jobs because there jobs had been taken by foreigners is not too good.
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But they get 1% of the turnover as Royalty and technical aid fees, besides the raw materials used by the Nigerian firm are bought from the foreign investors, they also control the management of the company.

We need to ask them why, they left in the 80s and 90s, only for them to come back in 2000.
They reduced there holdings between this period, that was the era of fake drugs and military era. They increased there holdings in 2000 when NAFDAC was established.

I actually got a job as a Medical Representative in this company in 2001, but I turned down the offer because I did not want to go to Kano.
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No. I was deluged with barrage of investors willing to sell their MTN shares to Nigerians but they got the cold shoulder all around. Everyone had the opinion that "stock is bad investment". Now they have seen South African buyers and we are crying foul.
I guess it was because the stock was not listed. an average investor will want a stock that he can easy dispose whenever the need arises.
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The Board of Directors unanimously believes that the proposal is in the best interest of the continued growth of the Company, the shareholders, employees, customers, the community and Nigeria. The Board of Directors intends to recommend it ti GSK Nigeria shareholders.

The proposal will be subject to requisite shareholder, Regulatory and Court approvals including those of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Further development will be communicated to shareholders in due course.

Signed

Company Secretary
November 26, 2012.
There will be a court ordered meeting where shareholders will vote that the directors of the company should take any decision on behalf of the shareholders which is in the best interest of GSK consumer plc shareholders interest.It is more like a blank cheque
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Ozao abe? na be say na we we na . I hail ooo iyokpame

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Shuooooo. hmmmmmmmmmm. e be like say i get many competitors for my Afenmai state governorship ambition in Republic of Edo come 2015 in SMN. I need to watch oga bivins1 very carefully. This his greetings is pure and undiluted Etsako.
O so, Iyokpame n' ojo ... sadly me still dey learn Etsako o,sadly I'm more comfy with yoruba (mother's language things o)

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nor be me go follow you do 2015 o, I still get till like 2027
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There will be a court ordered meeting where shareholders will vote that the directors of the company should take any decision on behalf of the shareholders which is in the best interest of GSK consumer plc shareholders interest.It is more like a blank cheque
na today companies begin dey do am? no be wetin Oando bin wan use as excuse?
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She no dey read am. Even if she dey read am. she no say i just dey use am to illustrate my point.

If not for not for the indiginisation policy Nigerians would not have owned shares and also become managers of the banks.

GTB, Zenith Bank etc came about during the regime of IBB in 1990. Nigeria was under banked at that peiod, I am not sure if FBN, union and UBA had up to 400 branches in 1990.


I think a situation whereby unskilled workers find it difficult to get jobs because there jobs had been taken by foreigners is not too good.
Hmm... anybody that decides that he wants to be an unskilled worker will only have himself to blame. Nigerians are smart and know how to adapt to new realities everyday. That is the reason there is a rush for foreign degrees as our educational system fall apart. Go and ask the unskilled workers in the US and UK, things are getting pretty hard for them too. If jobs are not shipped to China, computers are taking over the jobs. If you decide to remain unskilled, that is your own cup of tea. All these stories about lack of opportunities are just... well, stories. You deal with many artisans everyday and ou can testify to it that 95% of Nigerian artisans are just there to fleece you, if you don't monitor them tightly. That is not a good way to make it in life.

Many workers remain unskilled because instead of getting skills, they'd rather spend their time watching Chelsea or chasing women. If you cannot read or write, there is something called adult education. Go get it!

Opportunities don't look for people. People get prepared and arm themselves enough to be able to see an opportunity when it comes. If we decide to hold back our development because of "unskilled workers" then we will all have ourselves to blame.
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I guess it was because the stock was not listed. an average investor will want a stock that he can easy dispose whenever the need arises.
An average investor will always earn average returns...
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Hmm... anybody that decides that he wants to be an unskilled worker will only have himself to blame. Nigerians are smart and know how to adapt to new realities everyday. That is the reason there is a rush for foreign degrees as our educational system fall apart. Go and ask the unskilled workers in the US and UK, things are getting pretty hard for them too. If jobs are not shipped to China, computers are taking over the jobs. If you decide to remain unskilled, that is your own cup of tea. All these stories about lack of opportunities are just... well, stories. You deal with many artisans everyday and you can testify to it that 95% of Nigerian artisans are just there to fleece you, if you don't monitor them tightly. That is not a good way to make it in life.

Many workers remain unskilled because instead of getting skills, they'd rather spend their time watching Chelsea or chasing women. If you cannot read or write, there is something called adult education. Go get it!

Opportunities don't look for people. People get prepared and arm themselves enough to be able to see an opportunity when it comes. If we decide to hold back our development because of "unskilled workers" then we will all have ourselves to blame.
Indeed, how do you monitor them? The problem is that they all know that the job owner is in a very weak position that he cannot do the job physically by himself. You give them a job on lump sum basis and they strive to collect the total contract sum before they even start the work. You refuse, call another artisan and you get the same result. You give the job out on day rate basis and you'll discover while money is steadily being spent, very little work is being done. You are not getting value for money. On top of all that your materials keep on disappearing. The experience can be devastating.

When you diligently inquire why things have turned for the worse like this, they tell you na so everybody dey look for money, even sef see the politicians wey dey ride jet, civil servants wey no dey touch their salary sef, the law enforcement people nko? etc. Where do we go from here?
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Indeed, how do you monitor them? The problem is that they all know that the job owner is in a very weak position that he cannot do the job physically by himself. You give them a job on lump sum basis and they strive to collect the total contract sum before they even start the work. You refuse, call another artisan and you get the same result. You give the job out on day rate basis and you'll discover while money is steadily being spent, very little work is being done. You are not getting value for money. On top of all that your materials keep on disappearing. The experience can be devastating.

When you diligently inquire why things have turned for the worse like this, they tell you na so everybody dey look for money, even sef see the politicians wey dey ride jet, civil servants wey no dey touch their salary sef, the law enforcement people nko? etc. Where do we go from here?
You will discover that these set of people make the most noise in shouting corruption at the government. They hide under the guise that they are smart. Somebody in my house told me that they have stopped recharging their PHCN pre-paid meters for more than a year now because when it was installed, they called in somebody that adjusted it and yet this same guy is the first to shout corruption at the government.
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http://www.gsk.com.ng/common/pdf/GSK...essRelease.pdf


This is the press release from GSK.

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