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Old 8th November 2012, 07:44 AM
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My broker charges me 1.35% for both sell and purchase transactions and also deducts the following; CSCS-0.36%, NSE-0.30% and 0.08% for STAMP DUTIES.

There are further 5% VAT deductions on the NSE and CSCS fees.

Are these rates competitive or can I get a lower brokerage commission elsewhere.
so effectively you pay 2.018%. Ask for your internal account yourself, your buy may be lower and sells higher. Some of the brokers don't like talking about the charges.
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Old 8th November 2012, 07:51 AM
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mine charges 1.855% for buy and 2.1855 for sell, seems my sell is higher than what you posted. Different brokers charge different commissions, if the charges matter that much then you can do research and switch brokers.

better still, for high volumes you can negotiate the charges, someone mentioned so in one of the previous posts...I think
most of the brokers charge around this but if you have money like Bra waan$$$ you can negotiate to get it lower
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Good-morning to you,
Please has anyone gotten a link to any high ranked manager in lead capital to make a huge complain to? I only have a link to my account officer and customer care .
It would be well appreciated.thanks
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Please has anyone gotten a link to any high ranked manager in lead capital to make a huge complain to? I only have a link to my account officer and customer care .
It would be well appreciated.thanks
call customer care and ask to speak to someone higher up, or you can go to their office...
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Please has anyone gotten a link to any high ranked manager in lead capital to make a huge complain to? I only have a link to my account officer and customer care .
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while i don't know what your complain is, i'll advice you use the customer service. They are usually responsive
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Please has anyone gotten a link to any high ranked manager in lead capital to make a huge complain to? I only have a link to my account officer and customer care .
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check your pm please.
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Please, house, can anyone who has ever had dealings with Lead Capital advise me? I want to open an account with an efficient stockbroker that has an initial deposit within the 20 - 50k band. I found Lead Capital and I would be a prodigal son if I don't ask for parental advice from you all here.
Expecting your kind responses. You can leave me a Private Message too. Thanks.
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you do not specify either online or offline stock broker but i guess online broker.
online stock brokerage in Nigeria is still a problem to investors especially when it comes to funding as they require huge capital.
to trade the nigeria stocks, open account with ngtradeonline.com and you would just seventy thousand naira (N70,000) to start investing as of the time writing this post.
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you do not specify either online or offline stock broker but i guess online broker.
online stock brokerage in Nigeria is still a problem to investors especially when it comes to funding as they require huge capital.
to trade the nigeria stocks, open account with ngtradeonline.com and you would just seventy thousand naira (N70,000) to start investing as of the time writing this post.
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Yes, it is an online stockbroker I am looking for. This ngtradeonline.com? Which registered stockbroker owns it? And it appears to be a new site.
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Happy New Year All,

I'm new here. Can someone please recommend a stockbroker with good online service for managing ones portfolio from abroad.

Danyluma
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I'm new here. Can someone please recommend a stockbroker with good online service for managing ones portfolio from abroad.

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Hello house Pls my stock broking firm introduce a policy ( scaning of mandate and sending via email ) as against E mail or text message that was the order before now. I want to send my stocks from the firm to another firm Pls how long does it take for transfer to be completed. Thanks.
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Hello house Pls my stock broking firm introduce a policy ( scaning of mandate and sending via email ) as against E mail or text message that was the order before now. I want to send my stocks from the firm to another firm Pls how long does it take for transfer to be completed. Thanks.
Maximum of 2 weeks.
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Hello house Pls my stock broking firm introduce a policy ( scaning of mandate and sending via email ) as against E mail or text message that was the order before now. I want to send my stocks from the firm to another firm Pls how long does it take for transfer to be completed. Thanks.
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Maximum of 2 weeks.
It could be more than 2 weeks. He would need to push them to do it. No broker will act on such request without the client insisting on getting it done...
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Hello house Pls my stock broking firm introduce a policy ( scaning of mandate and sending via email ) as against E mail or text message that was the order before now. I want to send my stocks from the firm to another firm Pls how long does it take for transfer to be completed. Thanks.
This policy is however a good thing to protect both you and them so why do you want to leave them? abi dem offend you before?
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This policy is however a good thing to protect both you and them so why do you want to leave them? abi dem offend you before?
Offenses are inevitable in human interaction. However It has not gotten to an irreconcilable level. My problems with the policy are (1) The stress of going to scan it since I don't have scanning machine attached to my internet system. (2) When their internet system is down and they can not download the mandate I may loss an Opportunity that day.
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Offenses are inevitable in human interaction. However It has not gotten to an irreconcilable level. My problems with the policy are (1) The stress of going to scan it since I don't have scanning machine attached to my internet system. (2) When their internet system is down and they can not download the mandate I may loss an Opportunity that day.
Point 1 is null and void in these days of ubiquitous cameras on mobile phones, see a link below for Android apps that turn your mobile into a scanner.

http://mashable.com/2011/09/03/andro...t-scanner-pdf/

Point 2 is less clear but I hear internet services are much better in Naija these days with mobile broadband services which I also hear aren't too expensive. If you can rely on them to receive your text messages then its shouldnt be too hard for them to make receiving email with scanned pics more reliable based on their new policy.

Both are not insurmountable obstacles and look appealing when offset against the security of a document trail that protects both of you.
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Point 1 is null and void in these days of ubiquitous cameras on mobile phones, see a link below for Android apps that turn your mobile into a scanner.

http://mashable.com/2011/09/03/andro...t-scanner-pdf/

Point 2 is less clear but I hear internet services are much better in Naija these days with mobile broadband services which I also hear aren't too expensive. If you can rely on them to receive your text messages then its shouldnt be too hard for them to make receiving email with scanned pics more reliable based on their new policy.

Both are not insurmountable obstacles and look appealing when offset against the security of a document trail that protects both of you.
Internet, Electricity,Phone services are still erratic in nigeria. They should always be a back up plan for services that depend on them. However I have 2 other broking firm that are doing well and makes use of alternative back ups of text message and E mail. Why give my life extra stress with this other firm. My argument is that this firm should not be stereotype.
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It could be more than 2 weeks. He would need to push them to do it. No broker will act on such request without the client insisting on getting it done...
GBAM...Let me also add that you might need to personally take the transfer request form to your stockbroker for them to execute it. My previous borker refused to sign off till I showed up at their door
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GBAM...Let me also add that you might need to personally take the transfer request form to your stockbroker for them to execute it. My previous borker refused to sign off till I showed up at their door
How dem go wan lose a customer like Sir Hispy99 when the portfolio itself qualifies for 75% tax if it was in France.
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