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Investment / Re: Penny Stocks Alert In Nigeria Stock Exchange Market by ogedanny: 5:29pm On Sep 16
Here are tips to pick great penny stocks to buy in NSE market:

Look for penny stock with consistent sales growth history.

Make sure net profit margin growth is also in line with sales growth (10pcnt)

Make sure they are also growing in cash by comparing trends in current ratio and operational earnings

Choose a penny stock with low debt to capital below 0.5. Avoid companies that are highly exposed to interest rate risk.

Make sure their share price is growing in line with their fundamentals ( 20pcnt in d last 1yr)

Buy this penny stock and allow your investment to run for atleast 1yr - 5yrs
Investment / Re: Penny Stocks Alert In Nigeria Stock Exchange Market by ogedanny: 6:26pm On Sep 14
Transcorp plc is the best penny stocks with greatest potential for growth in d longterm:

Reason for my pick: Ugheli Power Plant, new contract for d construction of transcorp hotel in lagos and PH, Oil sector contribution and diversification of agric business. Longterm potential is high
 
Investment / Re: Penny Stocks Alert In Nigeria Stock Exchange Market by ogedanny: 8:43am On Sep 09
I a placing a close watch on Custodian and Allied Insurance plc.
Investment / Penny Stocks Alert In Nigeria Stock Exchange Market by ogedanny: 8:18am On Sep 09
I am creating this thread for investors in Nigeria Stock Market expecially those interested in buying hundred of thousands units of a penny stock with a 1-5naira price increase.

Not all stocks dt trade for 5naira or less r penny stocks. Let's share great penny stocks news and alert in Nigeria stock exchange.

No advert pls.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Investment / Re: Best Performing Stocks In Nigeria Stock Exchange by ogedanny: 4:07pm On Sep 04
transcorp is currently overpriced, wait for the stock to retrace, though it has big upside potential.
 
 
Investment / Re: Best Performing Stocks In Nigeria Stock Exchange by ogedanny: 1:01pm On Sep 02
transcorp has more upside potential
Investment / Re: Best Performing Stocks In Nigeria Stock Exchange by ogedanny: 6:06pm On Sep 01
A Martin Zweig screen for Nigeria Stocks.
US investor Martin Zweig has delivered consistently above average returns by screening for companies that have achieved 'reasonable gains in sales and earnings'. A stock screen based on his approach, run by the American Association of Individual Investors has delivered cumulative gains of over 1,329.8 per cent between January 1998 to the end of April 2009.
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Martin Zweig is widely regarded in the US as one of the greatest stock pickers of all time and his easy-to-replicate approach, detailed in his book "Winning on Wall Street", has delivered consistently above average returns. A portfolio based on Investors Chronicle's version of Zweig stock screen produced strong positive returns between 2005 and 2007, but was hit by the market turmoil of 2008. Even so, it has still outperformed the FTSE 100 index by 3.1 percentage points over that period. And the American Association of Individual Investors runs a 'Zweig' screen that has delivered performance little short of astonishing: cumulative gains of over 1,329.8 per cent from the start of 1998 to the end of April 2009, compared with a rise of 9.6 per cent in the Nasdaq Composite and a fall of -6.2 per cent for the S&P 500.
Zweig doesn't like over paying for shares he regards as exciting - his aim is to identify high growth firms at a reasonable price, or as he himself puts it, companies demonstrating 'reasonable gains in sales and earnings'. Above all, he seeks consistency. For Zweig, earnings growth must be seen quarter on quarter, year on year - and it must be seen to be accelerating. In practice, that means he wants earnings that are growing faster than they were a year ago, and over the preceding three years.
But what makes him different from other growth style investors is that he also thinks value investing has a role to play - you shouldn't overpay for shares with poor fundamentals. In other words, he wants growth but not at any cost. So he also wants to buy at a price/earnings (P/E) ratio that is not too far above the average for the market.
But Zweig is also keen on three other key measures - sales growth, buying by insiders and share price momentum. He specifically demands that sales should be growing as fast as or faster than earnings.

This screen delivered PRESCO PLC
Investment / Re: Best Performing Stocks In Nigeria Stock Exchange by ogedanny: 3:37pm On Sep 01
I jst added lafarge Africa Plc as a strong buy.
Investment / Re: Best Performing Stocks In Nigeria Stock Exchange by ogedanny: 11:02am On Sep 01
I am placing a strong buy on Oando shares for long term capital gain>

Despite a slow growth in its 5year EPS down to 5.59% following a poor performance in 2011 as stated in the annual report:

In 2011, the Group witnessed growth, with an impressive 55% increase in revenues, reaching N586.6 billion. With a Profit before tax of 24.5 billion, profit after tax was however lower at N3.4 billion, following necessary write-downs of 9.6 billion which provide a clean slate for future growth.

If you are a smart investor, you will see that the company has a 5year revenue growth of 29.35% which is impressive and above my selection criteria.

Only that its 2011, performance was slowed down by 9.6 billion write down which one-off. If you calculate the firms value without factoring it suct cost, Oando is highly undervalue based on our valuation metrics.

In 2012, the company has reduced the cost of goods sold as a percent of sales, selling, general and administrative expenses as a percent of sales and interest paid as a percent of sales. These improvements contributed to 265.43% net income growth from 3bn to 10bn.

we expect this performance to continue in the nearest future (2013, 2014 and 2015) following some key market moving news that would impact the stocks bottom line:

1. Shell-led group close to selling Nigeria oilfields for $5bn
2. Oando to seal deal for ConocoPhillips’s Nigerian assets

3. Nigeria’s homegrown hydrocarbons sector needs international capital to grow
4. Commodity traders eye Nigerian oil deals
5. Nigerians eye domestic oil production

share your comments and opinion.
 
Career / Re: FREE ACCA Past Questions For ICAN New Syllabus Exam by ogedanny: 10:07am On Aug 29
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Career / Re: FREE ACCA Past Questions For ICAN New Syllabus Exam by ogedanny: 5:38pm On Aug 27
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Romance / Re: 15 Differences Between The Boy You Date And The Man You Marry by ogedanny: 12:47pm On Aug 27
lol!
Romance / 15 Differences Between The Boy You Date And The Man You Marry by ogedanny: 12:43pm On Aug 27
When you’re dating a guy, it’s easy to think he’s perfect. You’re in a love haze, so be careful because there are definite differences between the boy you date and the man you marry. It’s true that people can change, so don’t ditch a guy just because he seems like a slacker at first. It’s okay to give him a chance to prove himself. However, if you don’t eventually see some of these characteristics, don’t be afraid to dump him and move on to someone new. If you’re young and having fun at this point in your life, it’s okay to date around and have flings, but before long you’re going to want to settle down, so make sure you do it with a quality man, not an immature boy.

The boy you date asks you to “hang out,” which involves less commitment than a date. He wants to have fun with no strings attached.
The man you marry asks you out on dates and is clear about his intentions with you. He wants to be with you and wants you to know where you’re headed.
The boy you date talks with you about people you know from your past, or pokes fun at that guy at the bar, or only shares funny stories because he can’t connect on a deeper level.
The man you marry can hold a conversation with you about books, movies, music, and other common interests. This makes for a more substantial relationship in the long run.
The boy you date will say he never wants to get married or have kids, and nothing will change his mind. Don’t try–this is a red flag that he’s not Mr. Right!
The man you marry might change his mind about wanting to marry and have kids after he’s met you.
The boy you date hears your attitude, takes it personally, and starts firing it right back at you until it spirals into a major fight.
The man you marry can handle your attitude and talk you down from a ledge. This is especially important when you have major life crises or a bad day at work.
The boy you date calls you mean and immature names to make himself feel like a winner.
The man you marry fights fairly. He doesn’t call you names or use physical force, no matter how angry he gets.
The boy you date cares too much about looks, and will tease you for looking sloppy until you fix yourself back up to his standards.
The man you marry understands that everyone has good and bad days as far as looks go, and won’t hurt your feelings or love you less if your weight fluctuates or you have a bad hair day or forget to shave for awhile.
The boy you date will say “I’m sorry” because he just wants you to cheer up or stop nagging him. He says “I love you” because he doesn’t want to lose you, even though he doesn’t really feel the meaning of the words.
The man you marry will say “I’m sorry” because he honestly is, and he never meant to hurt you with his words or actions. He says “I love you” because he truly means it, and wants you to feel that love every minute of your life.
The boy you date will expect to have things done for him because that’s what his mom did, and that’s what other girls have done for him, and he doesn’t have to take care of himself.
The man you marry will know how to take care of himself: how to cook, clean, do laundry, pay bills, and more–because he’s already a man. It’s important for people to have this figured out before they’re ready to marry, which is a great way to tell what type your guy is.
The boy you date doesn’t want to meet your friends because he just wants to be alone with you all of the time.
The man you marry wants to hear stories about your friends until he can meet them and get to know them himself.
The boy you date well, you’re too embarrassed to take him to meet your parents, not that he’d ever bring it up himself.
The man you marry wants to meet your parents, and impresses them when he does.
The boy you date is always the one you fantasize about marrying, because he’s cute and all you do is have fun together (until the first big blow-up…).
The man you marry is never a sure thing. You hem and haw over if he’s right, if you should settle down with him, if your relationship can make it long term.
The boy you date doesn’t listen to you or fully engage in conversations. He nods while you talk, then changes the subject or just tells you what you want to hear.
The man you marry cares about what you have to say. He wants to know your thoughts and opinions on anything from major issues to tiny moments from your day.
The boy you date runs at the first sign of trouble because it’s too much drama for him, and he doesn’t want anything tying him down.
The man you marry sticks with you through tough times because he’s committed to you and the relationship, and wants to see it through to the end.
The boy you date doesn’t reach for the check, and huffs if you ask him to split the bill with you.
The man you marry pays when he takes you out, even after you grab the check and insist five times that it’s your turn to pay.
The boy you date never gives you security. You don’t know how he feels or what he’s up to when he’s not with you, and your friends might even have money riding on how long you’ll last.
The man you marry will make you feel secure. You’ll always know he loves you, you’ll be able to trust him, and you’ll know that you two can make it through anything.
Romance / Re: 14 Differences Between The Girl You Date And The Woman You Marry by ogedanny: 9:05am On Aug 27
true talk
Romance / Re: 14 Differences Between The Girl You Date And The Woman You Marry by ogedanny: 5:42pm On Aug 26
hmm
Romance / 14 Differences Between The Girl You Date And The Woman You Marry by ogedanny: 2:45pm On Aug 26
Think about one of the questions below for a moment.

If you are married, in what way is the girl you dated different from the woman you married? If you are single or dating, in what way do you want the woman you marry to be different from the girl you are dating? What thoughts come to your mind? I bet you have a few thoughts, I also do.

After being married for over 3 years to my awesome wife, l can testify that the girl l dated is different from the woman l proudly call my wife. She has definitely improved in ways I never imagined, and for the better.

If you go through dating and your marriage journey, you will inevitable look back to realize the girl you dated is different from the woman are married to. To clarify, l do not mean she would become a brand new person. What l mean is that her priorities and perspective about life and marriage will improve in many ways. Hopefully, for the better.

Either way, the woman you marry will not be the same as the girl you dated.

1. The girl you date does not want to meet your family or friends, she wants you all to herself.
The woman you marry wants to know your family and friends. She knows without them, you would not be where you are, and who you are today.

2. The girl you date is overly worried about her nails been done all the time, her eyelashes looking in a certain style, and being beautiful for her peers. Her physical beauty is important to her.
The woman you marry is not overly worried about her nails being done. Instead, she is worried about being beautiful for her man, even if that means wearing no makeup. She focuses on her internal beauty and character building, because she knows real beauty comes from within.

3. The girl you date only cares about her career and her vision for life. She comes before the relationship, and does not make her future plans with you in mind.
The woman you marry cares about your career and your vision of life as well as her own. She knows you also have a plan, and works together with you to achieve the goals you both have. The marriage is her priority.

4. The girl you date loves the financial cushion you can provide. She also expects something back whenever she gives.
The woman you marry wants to build a financial cushion with you. She believes that two heads will always be better than one. When she gives, she does not expect anything back.

5. The girl you date believes she knows everything.
The woman you marry is open to learning something new, and knows there is always room for improvement.

6. The girl you date is scared to tell you her deepest secrets.
The woman you marry will share her deepest secrets with you, even if it means losing you. She trusts you, and shares everything with you. She knows honesty is always the best policy.

7. The girl you date does not get excited about marriage and children (even if she wants to have some one day).
The woman you marry gets excited about marriage and starting a family with you.

8. The girl you date shows her cleavage all the time.
The woman you marry is more modest because she knows her attributes are for your eyes only.

9. The girl you date is not concerned about cooking for you.
The woman you marry loves not only to cook, but chooses delicious and healthy meals. The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach after all, right?

10. The girl you date is overly concerned about how long you will be around, and how she can keep you.
The woman you marry is not too concerned about keeping you because she knows you want to have a future with her. She is mature enough to know you can never force someone to stay and that you each have to choose each other every day, again and again.

11. The girl you date is not willing to compromise with you.
The woman you marry is willing to compromise, and sees compromise as a necessity for a healthy marriage

12. The girl you date thrives on constant attention from you.
The woman you marry mirrors your affection and thrives on providing you with the love, support, and respect you need.

13. The girl you date tries to change who you are and compares you to her ex.
The woman you marry accepts you for who you are and will not compare you to her ex. She knows you are the best and that you cannot change another person no matter how hard you try.

14. The girl you date has to be entertained.
The woman you marry is someone you can have fun with, relax, do activities, or do nothing together and still enjoy each other’s company.

What are your thoughts on these differences between the girl you date and the woman you marry?

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