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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by CashDiMkpa: 11:29am On Aug 13, 2020
Mcy56:

Lol. Maybe you should declare free drinks too. grin

Noo...na assist I was assist you today na? Make dem no kill my sister with question.

Abi make i dey go house?

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by lancee(m): 11:33am On Aug 13, 2020
Mcy56:

grin grin
If it gets to 18, why selling? To go and wait at Meshpips' 11.9 junction ? grin

grin ..Who knows ...Will sell some

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 11:35am On Aug 13, 2020
CashDiMkpa:
Noo...na assist I was assist you today na? Make dem no kill my sister with question.
Abi make i dey go house?
Lol. grin
No go oooo. Okay Peter will pass some bottles of Guinness/Malta Guinness to you to be cooling body. grin
Carry on boss. Make I go take back seat, after all nobody dey entertain me here self. grin
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by lancee(m): 11:36am On Aug 13, 2020
Mcy56:

grin grin
If it gets to 18, why selling? To go and wait at Meshpips' 11.9 junction ? grin

Be like say those forces don dey comot for zee ..watching
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 11:42am On Aug 13, 2020
lancee:
Be like say those forces don dey comot for zee ..watching
Commot? How?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by lancee(m): 11:45am On Aug 13, 2020
Mcy56:

Commot? How?


profit takers from 15 and lower /dumpers
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by TLAX: 11:48am On Aug 13, 2020
lancee:


Be like say those forces don dey comot for zee ..watching

Be patient...the way i see it Zenith will get to N18.50 or thereabout and then progress to 19.80 - 20.00. Hopefully within the remaining part of 2020. For it to move materially beyond that price, "My Thesis" is that it will take a major event, maybe unifying of exchange rates and devaluation to see it take-off like a rocket before settling at a higher price level.

If that catalyst does not come, Zenith has a character which will not change materially.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 11:49am On Aug 13, 2020
lancee:
profit takers from 15 and lower /dumpers
I no see that one o.
....and if there be any, then it could be those ones that are skeptical of what the result may bring...........
Zee get some kind of orisirisi investors.... grin

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by lancee(m): 11:52am On Aug 13, 2020
TLAX:


Be patient...the way i see it Zenith will get to N18.50 or thereabout and then progress to 19.80 - 20.00. Hopefully within the remaining part of 2020. For it to move materially beyond that price, "My Thesis" is that it will take a major event, maybe unifying of exchange rates and devaluation to see it take-off like a rocket before settling at a higher price level.

If that catalyst does not come, Zenith has a character which will not change materially.


Hopefully ..Thanks sir
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by lancee(m): 11:54am On Aug 13, 2020
Mcy56:

I no see that one o.
....and if there be any, then it could be those ones that are skeptical of what the result may bring...........
Zee get some kind of orisirisi investors.... grin

Nice observation ...will keep watching

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 12:04pm On Aug 13, 2020
@Peterichy if to say you don add Star larger to your Guinness maybe you would have been sitting on N4+ gain now, but you're busy looking at year end. grin
Lol. I just like to pull Peter's legs. grin

Let me come and be going and leave the stage for the anchor of today....... Cashdimkpa over to you.... cool

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by CashDiMkpa: 12:18pm On Aug 13, 2020
Mcy56:
@Peterichy if to say you don add Star larger to your Guinness maybe you would have been sitting on N4+ gain now, but you're busy looking at year end. grin
Lol. I just like to pull Peter's legs. grin

Let me come and be going and leave the stage for the anchor of today....... Cashdimkpa over to you.... cool

Don't go too far o...... angry angry angry

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Truth234(m): 1:03pm On Aug 13, 2020
Unilever Overseas Holdings Purchased 17m Shares in Unilever Nigeria

Unilever Nigeria Plc on Wednesday disclosed that Unilever Overseas Holdings B.V, a substantial shareholder, bought total shares of 17,023,490 in Unilever Nigeria Plc.

This, the company disclosed in its latest statement released through the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

https://investorsking.com/unilever-overseas-holdings-purchased-17m-shares-in-unilever-nigeria/
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Willie2015: 1:09pm On Aug 13, 2020
Forces holdin SEPLAT don rest....
We see them by year end 30th & 31st Dec
to push it to abv 600
Nestle gettin some nice bids....
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by naturalflow: 1:09pm On Aug 13, 2020
egwue:
I need some help.
I am filling e-dividend forms for my shares and would send scanned copies to the registrars by mail. But the challenge is that I don't know my Bank Account Opening Date. Is this a mandatory field in the forms? Can the forms be processed if this field is left blank?

Guide from any of the experienced people in this forum will be highly appreciated. Thanks for your help
look for any sweet date that is more than 6months put jareee.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Josh121(m): 1:16pm On Aug 13, 2020
naturalflow:
look for any sweet date that is more than 6months put jareee.

Doesn’t work that way, a phone call
To the bank will fix that , why use a sweet date when it easy to call the bank and get the real date
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by naturalflow: 1:19pm On Aug 13, 2020
Josh121:


Doesn’t work that way, a phone call
To the bank will fix that , why use a sweet date when it easy to call the bank and get the real date
lol,have you done this before?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by OBAGADAFFI: 1:27pm On Aug 13, 2020
Truth234:
Unilever Overseas Holdings Purchased 17m Shares in Unilever Nigeria

Unilever Nigeria Plc on Wednesday disclosed that Unilever Overseas Holdings B.V, a substantial shareholder, bought total shares of 17,023,490 in Unilever Nigeria Plc.

This, the company disclosed in its latest statement released through the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

https://investorsking.com/unilever-overseas-holdings-purchased-17m-shares-in-unilever-nigeria/

wow grin grin grin

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Josh121(m): 1:29pm On Aug 13, 2020
naturalflow:
lol,have you done this before?

Yes
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by naturalflow: 1:36pm On Aug 13, 2020
Josh121:


Yes
the registrars went to check your opening date from the bank,and then returned it to you right.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 1:40pm On Aug 13, 2020
CashDiMkpa:

Don't go too far o...... angry angry angry
grin tongue
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 1:46pm On Aug 13, 2020
egwue:
But the challenge is that I don't know my Bank Account Opening Date. Is this a mandatory field in the forms? Can the forms be processed if this field is left blank?
Simply walk into any branch of your bank, go to customer care and request to know your acct opening date......it will be checked on the system and given to you right away.
Or, a simple phone call will do like Josh said.
It's better to leave it blank than cook up any date.......but more better to fill it......because it will afford you an opportunity to know the date.....should you want to use it on another form or for any other purpose.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 1:51pm On Aug 13, 2020
Transcorp:
One deep pocket is woundjuring the stock by selling at 59/58/57 kobo ....and bargain hunters picking .......
Zee: Quite a lot of transactions at 16.75........observing it's next route when they're done in this junction.....
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Mcy56(f): 2:16pm On Aug 13, 2020
For transcorp, I think this is the type of opportunity the long termers always look for.
Below 60 kobo should be a good bargain to jump in for keep. Year low was 54kobo.

Not any form of advice.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by egwue: 2:43pm On Aug 13, 2020
Mcy56:

Simply walk into any branch of your bank, go to customer care and request to know your acct opening date......it will be checked on the system and given to you right away.
Or, a simple phone call will do like Josh said.
It's better to leave it blank than cook up any date.......but more better to fill it......because it will afford you an opportunity to know the date.....should you want to use it on another form or for any other purpose.

Thanks a lot. Well appreciated.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by 1kinggy(m): 3:44pm On Aug 13, 2020
egwue:
I need some help.
I am filling e-dividend forms for my shares and would send scanned copies to the registrars by mail. But the challenge is that I don't know my Bank Account Opening Date. Is this a mandatory field in the forms? Can the forms be processed if this field is left blank?

Guide from any of the experienced people in this forum will be highly appreciated. Thanks for your help

You can leave it blank. It's not a showstopper. I have done forms without it and got paid.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Truth234(m): 4:08pm On Aug 13, 2020
OBAGADAFFI:


wow grin grin grin

Hope you are liking the publications.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by BullBearMkt(m): 4:36pm On Aug 13, 2020
Willie2015:
Forces holdin SEPLAT don rest....
We see them by year end 30th & 31st Dec
to push it to abv 600
Nestle gettin some nice bids....
grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Tvegas(m): 6:58pm On Aug 13, 2020

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by OBAGADAFFI: 8:16pm On Aug 13, 2020
Truth234:


Hope you are liking the publications.

Great

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Coolcash1: 9:22pm On Aug 13, 2020
Tvegas:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-08-13/wary-nigerians-spurn-enticing-stock-valuations-amid-naira-risks

This article is worth reading as it confirms most of our positions here.

The FPI guys have been avoiding our market since the beginning of Emefielenomics that has led to wide divergence in official and parallel market rates thereby creating overnight millionaires at the expense of overall national prosperity and absence of clear policy direction. To be honest there is nothing new in the report as the current lull in the market is a testament to low appetite of this guys to come in despite the cheapness of our stocks compared to other emerging markets prices.

Nigeria is at the brink of slipping into another recession and the only way out is uniformity of forex rates.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Tvegas(m): 9:57pm On Aug 13, 2020
Coolcash1:


The FPI guys have been avoiding our market since the beginning of Emefielenomics that has led to wide divergence in official and parallel market rates thereby creating overnight millionaires at the expense of overall national prosperity and absence of clear policy direction. To be honest there is nothing new in the report as the current lull in the market is a testament to low appetite of this guys to come in despite the cheapness of our stocks compared to other emerging markets prices.

Nigeria is at the brink of slipping into another recession and the only way out is uniformity of forex rates.
For heaven's sake they should just unify the rates once and for all. They are aiming for N550 next. Do whatever needs to be done now and damn the consequence.

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