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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by BullBearMkt(m): 4:07pm On Dec 07
mendes911:


Oga mi, you and parables self. Please shine your touch light and let us know in clear terms what the candle says. LOL.
...daily candlestick price is bullish with very high volume, weekly is getting strong as well. NSE just passed a long term resistance at 39,000. Cautious in the sense that index might want to retest the new support (if it can hold it or not)
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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Agbalowomeri: 4:09pm On Dec 07
mendes911:


Ok. Thanks.

Ha me just dey repeat wetin fuxer dey always talk o grin
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by mendes911: 4:12pm On Dec 07
Agbalowomeri:


Ha me just dey repeat wetin fuxer dey always talk o grin

I know naww. LOL.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by mendes911: 4:14pm On Dec 07
BullBearMkt:

...daily candlestick price is bullish with very high volume, weekly is getting strong as well. NSE just passed a long term resistance at 39,000. Cautious in the sense that index might want to retest the new support (if it can hold it or not)
grin grin grin grin grin

And if index blast through again tomorrow, where's the next support? 41.2k or 42.2k?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by BullBearMkt(m): 4:19pm On Dec 07
mendes911:


And if index blast through again tomorrow, where's the next support? 41.2k or 42.2k?
...lol! 41k before 42k, but need to contends with minor 40.5k 1st
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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by mendes911: 4:21pm On Dec 07
BullBearMkt:

...lol! 41k before 42k, but need to contends with minor 40.5k 1st
grin grin grin grin grin

I know sir. 41k might not be support. LOL.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by BullBearMkt(m): 4:24pm On Dec 07
mendes911:


I know sir. 41k might not be support. LOL.
...but there is actually a resistance at 41k area and close to 43k region
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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by OBAGADAFFI: 4:32pm On Dec 07
DaV8King:


The GTB of Tier 2 grin

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Bianco1: 4:57pm On Dec 07
Agbalowomeri:


What percentage can crypto loose in a day

Culled from Traders Advantage:

Morning Commentary – Bitcoin $15,000

“It was just a short time ago that our little son seemed like an infant. Look at the pictures of him: just mere change on the floor; miniscule satoshi’s to be sure.” Ha ha! That’s what Mr. & Mrs. Bitcoin would be saying today as they looked upon the value of their currency-like son.
The wee-lad of a few cents per coin has grown into a redwood tree! It’s now a hulking mass of “money” all over the place. Last night the price of Bitcoin traded north of $14,000 on one of the most popular crypto-exchanges; however, just a few hours ago it already traded $15,000!
Will it pause before it makes another 100% gain? Or will it just make like a central bank-rigged stock exchange and close slowly but surely higher day after day? Hmmm, one wonders!?

From ZeroHedge we read the following:
One of the regions in the world with the most active Bitcoin community is South Korea where so many Koreans have embraced bitcoin that the prime minister recently warned that cryptocurrencies might corrupt the nation’s youth.
As Bloomberg reports, while neighboring Japan hosts more transactions by some measures, Korea punches far above its weight: In the 24-hour period through Wednesday evening in Seoul, about 21 percent of the world’s bitcoin trades on fee-charging venues involved the Korean won, according to Coinmarketcap.com. The country accounts for about 1.9 percent of the world economy.
As Korean policy makers grow increasingly worried that the mania has gone too far, the nation could become a focus for bitcoin traders around the world. Korea’s top financial watchdog, which briefly roiled cryptocurrency markets with its ban on initial coin offerings in September, said this week that it has “grave concerns” about overheated speculation and has formed a task force with other government bodies to increase supervision.
While it’s unclear what measures will emerge from Korea’s cryptocurrency task force, the government seems intent on acting. The tax authority is considering a levy on cryptocurrency trading gains, Yonhap News reported on Tuesday, while Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon warned last month that cryptocurrencies could become gateways to pyramid schemes and other illicit activity if left unchecked.

Like so many S&P500, Dow, and Nasdaq investors; Bitcoin buyers wonder if there will be a CONTINUATION of the current “Santa Claus” (never-ending) rally? An answer calls out from the mist that says, “Why not? If you just believe and click those ruby shoes together, you can go back to Kansas a mega-winner. So yes Scarecrow, it can go up forever!”
I would buy it too, but I’d rather buy a pull-back. Funny thing is – that never seems to happen in Bitcoin (and centrally-planned equities).
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 5:12pm On Dec 07
Princkez:
the once rejected stone @#3
Brother tell them o grin
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by safepaulooo: 5:14pm On Dec 07
Based on q3 who can help with TP for FBNH
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by currentprice: 5:48pm On Dec 07
where is DeRuggedProf
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by NaijaAI: 5:52pm On Dec 07
Please who can give stock recommendation for the boys...
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by mendes911: 5:58pm On Dec 07
currentprice:
where is DeRuggedProf

Busy counting his loot. Who do you think is responsible for 75% of today's trade?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 6:16pm On Dec 07
NaijaAI:
Please who can give stock recommendation for the boys...
OANDO AND FLOUR MILL .
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 6:18pm On Dec 07
currentprice:
where is DeRuggedProf
What of loco
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by emmanuelewumi: 6:28pm On Dec 07
ihedioramma:
OANDO AND FLOUR MILL .


Please stop misleading people . Oando is a goner.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 6:36pm On Dec 07
emmanuelewumi:



Please stop misleading people . Oando is a goner.
Why quote me ? give him/her your's and let's see .
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Agbalowomeri: 6:39pm On Dec 07
ihedioramma:
Why quote me ? give him/her your's and let's see .

Pastor don vex o

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Jejebaba: 6:43pm On Dec 07
Does anyone has his morgan account updated for today's stock purchase /sale?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by soloniger(m): 6:51pm On Dec 07
currentprice:




is ACCESS BANK bro

i have access for N20 which is like 100% to currentprice
i have zenith for N40 which is like 60% to currentprice

this fairprice is my own fair opinion Ooo
grin

Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by DeRuggedProf: 6:52pm On Dec 07
currentprice:
where is DeRuggedProf

Present Sir!!!

Was busy skinning ACCESS BANK from some profit I took yesterday..... grin
Recall my post that some FULL BIDS get K-LEG...... grin

NB: I felt like a hero when I sold FBNH sometime back @ N3.70 and it fell to N3.20. Those who bought from me and held till today are vindicated..... grin

Still in Diamond and Tony..... grin

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by DeRuggedProf: 7:05pm On Dec 07
emmanuelewumi:



Please stop misleading people . Oando is a goner.

OANDO, unfortunately, for now, is a LAZARUS, but in AD .
For the mathematically inclined, that is a resurrection probability of one(1) in A BILLION.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by kolaish(m): 7:13pm On Dec 07
ihedioramma:
OANDO AND FLOUR MILL .
hmmm. Ihedi! Ihedi!! Ihedi!!! How many times did I call you? You are looking for trouble.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 7:28pm On Dec 07
kolaish:
hmmm. Ihedi! Ihedi!! Ihedi!!! How many times did I call you? You are looking for trouble.
grin let me see your face cheesy
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 7:29pm On Dec 07
kolaish:
hmmm. Ihedi! Ihedi!! Ihedi!!! How many times did I call you? You are looking for trouble.
grin let me see your face cheesy . Is what i have i gave out now .
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 7:31pm On Dec 07
Agbalowomeri:

Pastor don vex o
Oga Agba see me o, why alway's me ?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 7:40pm On Dec 07
DeRuggedProf:


OANDO, unfortunately, for now, is a LAZARUS, but in AD .
For the mathematically inclined, that is a resurrection probability of one(1) in A BILLION.
DPROF may you see your children's children . Impossibility is where there brain stop working . And it is that impossibility make's BUHARI go back in power, the same to NESTLE from #200+ to #1400+, the same with AP/FO from #9 to #300+ what of UBN from nothing to #7+ now or have every one forget UBN PROBLEM that time?

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Agbalowomeri: 7:47pm On Dec 07
ihedioramma:
Oga Agba see me o, why alway's me ?

You be Balloteli?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ihedioramma: 8:01pm On Dec 07
Agbalowomeri:

You be Balloteli?
grin But i first ask you o ?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yok: 8:38pm On Dec 07
WHERE MSCI INVESTED ADDITIONAL FUNDS ON 6 DECEMBER 2017/SOME EQUITIES APPROACHING RESISTANCE LEVELS

For 6 December 2017. MSCI uploaded on Dangote Sugar, Diamond and Fidelity. No wonder those equities were good gainers for that day.

The Equities that are close to major resistance level includes: Dangote Sugar, Fidson. For Transcorp, this level of NGN1.53 seems to be a liquidation point for some major holders, previous posts on this forum have indicated this. Let us see if Transcorp will go past this level in this bull season.

The problem of Transcorp seems to be the fact that so many people have loaded up immediately after the release of the 3rd Quarter report, but price failed to advance as expected (see daily chart of 15 October, level has been strong since July 2017) and as at now are in a loss/just want to breakeven and get out.

Below were the additions by MSCI. I will continue to monitor this, but may now be weekly or monthly. If want the excel sheet, you can e-mail me.

Caution: Investing is a risky venture. This is just my opinion and I cannot be liable for any loss suffered as a result of following this recommendation All data used are assumed to be correct, but you may need to verify some of the figures independently.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by PETERiCHY(m): 8:49pm On Dec 07
PETERiCHY:
STOCK MARKET is a CULT either you kill it or get killed -Peterichy

*ThE OcToPuS*

Some folks rightnow grin grin

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