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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by emmanuelewumi(m): 6:22pm On Jun 17
omohz:


What about Dunlop


Their massive land at Ikeja is now leased by different churches

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Nobody: 6:31pm On Jun 17
emmanuelewumi:



Their massive land at Ikeja is now leased by different churches

Years ago it's was a good company , what happened sir
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ukay2: 6:49pm On Jun 17
emmanuelewumi:



Unfortunately no tyre company in Nigeria for now. I guess there are other industries that are using rubber eg makers of insulator materials


Forex earnings
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by ukay2: 6:51pm On Jun 17
Ojoboak:

They may be earning forex by exporting the rubber, if no local user/buyer. That i think is really good for them.

Now you understand the things making more money for Okomuoil plc grin

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Macsjebs(m): 1:56am On Jun 18
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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Elsueno: 9:25am On Jun 18
wow...i-invest did something really surprising, they seem to be sending my dividend payments directly to my bank account. Any body using them here grin Seriously dis dey motivate me cause I hate filling those forms for dividend in the past
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by fidtopade: 9:31am On Jun 18
DrAwo:
Infact, the price of crude palm oil has started dropping...

Now we'll see how the profits and revenue of okomu and presco holds up...
These company do not export their product due to government policy. So, I do not think the price of palm oil in the international market will really affect their profitability. Rather, their profit will be driven by the product scarcity and inflation within the country. Note: these companies stop exporting since year 2016/2017.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by emmanuelewumi(m): 9:52am On Jun 18
fidtopade:
These company do not export their product due to government policy. So, I do not think the price of palm oil in the international market will really affect their profitability. Rather, their profit will be driven by the product scarcity and inflation within the country. Note: these companies stop exporting since year 2016/2017.


They charge their industrial customers according to the prevailing price in the International market.


Manufacturers of biscuits, noodles, soap, cosmetics, vegetables oil, etc use their products as tax materials
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by erwinschro: 10:01am On Jun 18
Elsueno:
wow...i-invest did something really surprising, they seem to be sending my dividend payments directly to my bank account. Any body using them here grin Seriously dis dey motivate me cause I hate filling those forms for dividend in the past


Please can someone explain the process with the forms? is it still required? I generally wasn't a dividend investor, but it seems to be a very important investment strategy in this market

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yMcy56(f): 10:06am On Jun 18
GTB
Suspended! Guess they're coming back as HOLDCo now. smiley

BUACEM
Today 18th is the last qualification date for dividend lovers....

PRESCO
Quite a lot of crossings @76.....

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by moneymanager: 10:28am On Jun 18
Technical suspension on an industry leading stock on the NSE and not a single news about it
At least one good thing came-out of it, now we know who's been buying GTB and keeping the price up
The vigilance to have seen it so quickly only means one thing
We greet you ma undecided

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yMcy56(f): 10:41am On Jun 18
rebekah2011:
Disastrous Q1
We need to know and analyse what brought about the loss in the fair value of the Asset @ FVTPL which spoilt the good result.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yMcy56(f): 10:44am On Jun 18
moneymanager:
Technical suspension on an industry leading stock on the NSE and not a single news about it.
Welcome to NSE where action precedes info and awareness. grin
We've been complaining about this SEC's lazy and carefree attitudes of nowadays.
The officer who's supposed to post it before now may remember to upload the letter now that it's under suspension.
......but I think GTB will come back stronger.......my opinion.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yMcy56(f): 11:22am On Jun 18
ZENITH
Quite a lot of transactions and cross deals..........
Is something happening in the background here?
Anyway, Zee should use the opportunity of GT's suspension to fly joor. cheesy

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by MishdaFish: 11:38am On Jun 18
Elsueno:
wow...i-invest did something really surprising, they seem to be sending my dividend payments directly to my bank account. Any body using them here grin Seriously dis dey motivate me cause I hate filling those forms for dividend in the past

Had same experience last year. It's understandable If you provide same CHN while opening. I did and it was seamless.

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by rebekah2011(m): 11:40am On Jun 18
Please run away from that stock oooo. There is about 12b loan that the coy borrowed to one oil and gas company that I really do not know much about. The Chairman and one other Director through their SPV are both looking to inject about N4.8b into the company.
yMcy56:

We need to know and analyse what brought about the loss in the fair value of the Asset @ FVTPL which spoilt the good result.
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yMcy56(f): 12:00pm On Jun 18
rebekah2011:
Please run away from that stock oooo. There is about 12b loan that the coy borrowed to one oil and gas company that I really do not know much about. The Chairman and one other Director through their SPV are both looking to inject about N4.8b into the company.
Any link to this info oga mi?
..because sometimes lat year they sold shares worth certain amount to two coys @54k as can remember posting it here that time.......this was in pursuant to the ongoing recapitalisation. Don't know how far they've gone with the capital base anyway.

Btw, does insurance lend money?
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by rebekah2011(m): 1:08pm On Jun 18
They have subsidiaries that can be used to execute transactions like this.
yMcy56:

Any link to this info oga mi?
..because sometimes lat year they sold shares worth certain amount to two coys @54k as can remember posting it here that time.......this was in pursuant to the ongoing recapitalisation. Don't know how far they've gone with the capital base anyway.

Btw, does insurance lend money?

Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Biafran4life(m): 1:12pm On Jun 18
JB just dash me money to Cook Fisher man soup for 10 times. I was not expecting it thought they had paid me. The only dividend I am expecting is uacn and I have plan to buy better orthopedic foam with it. When Fidelity finally pays me na to arrange more gym stuff
Time to spend some dividend money on myself after reinvesting most

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by sellydion: 1:29pm On Jun 18
Biafran4life:
JB just dash me money to Cook Fisher man soup for 10 times. I was not expecting it thought they had paid me. The only dividend I am expecting is uacn and I have plan to buy better orthopedic foam with it. When Fidelity finally pays me na to arrange more gym stuff
Time to spend some dividend money on myself after reinvesting most

0.40k per share Humm
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by PETERiCHY(m): 2:05pm On Jun 18
PETERiCHY:


HOLD your PEACE.

TRANSCORP will fully REPRICE and PEAK in July after their 2021 H/Y result is OUT. that will be 3mths from now.

KNOW this and know PEACE.

BARGAIN HUNTERS TAKE NOTE!

*ThE OcToPuS*


WEAK HANDS are free to dispose their TRANSCORP holdings @ N0:90,k.
By this time next month WE MOVE.

BARGAIN HUNTERS TAKE NOTE!

*ThE OcToPuS*

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yMcy56(f): 2:23pm On Jun 18
sellydion:
0.40k per share Humm
Volume speaks..... grin

Meanwhile...... ZENITH to the moon!! cheesy
Sighted @23.80.....
The volumes @23.50 no be here.....
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by locodemy(m): 2:24pm On Jun 18
PETERiCHY:



WEAK HANDS are free to dispose their TRANSCORP holdings @ N0:90,k.
By this time next month WE MOVE.

BARGAIN HUNTERS TAKE NOTE!

*ThE OcToPuS*

I concur.
Closed @ 0.92kobo
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by yMcy56(f): 2:50pm On Jun 18
rebekah2011:
They have subsidiaries that can be used to execute transactions like this.
You may be right....
.......but in the case of the attached 4.8B from Charles Enterprise and Arubiewe, it's not loan at all......but fund injection from new investors for accumulation of some % of shares of MBENEFIT @54k.

This was in pursuant of the recap capital base and, it was made public last year....... allocation was just pending SEC's approval.
We can't refer to this as loan nah.......don't mind my amateurish view o. smiley
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by rebekah2011(m): 3:28pm On Jun 18
You are looking for where the loan is. Check this
yMcy56:

You may be right....
.......but in the case of the attached 4.8B from Charles Enterprise and Arubiewe, it's not loan at all......but fund injection from new investors for accumulation of some % of shares of MBENEFIT @54k.

This was in pursuant of the recap capital base and, it was made public last year....... allocation was just pending SEC's approval.
We can't refer to this as loan nah.......don't mind my amateurish view o. smiley

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by debostar(m): 3:55pm On Jun 18
How can I contact investment one?Does anyone have their number . They have not been responding to my emails
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by megawealth01: 4:36pm On Jun 18
grin
locodemy:


I concur.
Closed @ 0.92kobo
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Elsueno: 4:36pm On Jun 18
erwinschro:


Please can someone explain the process with the forms? is it still required? I generally wasn't a dividend investor, but it seems to be a very important investment strategy in this market

I think ur stock broker is in the best position to explain that process..but I think it was also discussed several times on this thread too
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by BianuBianu: 5:05pm On Jun 18
omohz:


What about Dunlop

Their land is occupied by churches, where people go to pray to get jobs in places like Dunlop

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Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by Dsticks47(m): 5:18pm On Jun 18
debostar:
How can I contact investment one?Does anyone have their number . They have not been responding to my emails
Good day sir.
You can reach me via the Contact details on my signature, or better still you can call our toll free number (but you will have to wait till on Monday).
Regards
Goriola David

Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by emmasoft(m): 5:19pm On Jun 18
Folks, remember to compound your gains
By investing your sukuk gains in Abacus money market fund for more gains.
Read my earlier post or call me to get details
Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by pluto09(m): 6:01pm On Jun 18
rebekah2011:
You are looking for where the loan is. Check this



Thank you for this....
I actually didnt see it.

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