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Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Elai147: 4:13pm On May 27, 2013
Agriculture is the main point of national transformation agenda. It’s also a major rallying point at the stock market. Okomu Oil Palm Plc and Presco Plc are the two dominant stocks in the agriculture sector. With market capitalisation of about N72 billion, the two stocks account for some 90 per cent of total market capitalisation of the five stocks listed under the agriculture sector. With hectares of palm oil plantations, they represented the vast agriculture potential of Nigeria. Both Okomu Oil Palm and Presco are integrated agricultural companies with oil palm plantations, palm oil mills, crushing plants and oil refining plants. They engage in cultivation of oil palm and extraction and refining of palm oil into finished products. They are major suppliers of specialty fats and oils to several large and medium companies. Besides similarity of business operations, the two companies shared several similarities including the location of their farms in Edo State and substantial foreign shareholdings. They are also companies of nearly the same size and run the same business year.
Okomu Oil Palm, the older and the larger of the two companies, was incorporated in 1979 and listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in 1991, the same year Presco was incorporated. Okomu Oil Palm opened yesterday with a market capitalisation of N46.26 billion, nearly twice the market value of Presco Plc, which opened at N25.38 billion. Besides, Okomu Oil Palm has a larger balance sheet; including total assets and net assets.
Presco became a public limited liability company and listed its shares on the NSE in 2002. With total assets of N28 billion and net assets of N17.1 billion, Presco still boasts of substantial capacity in the largely small-sized operations that dominate the agriculture sector.
But though they share several similarities, latest fundamentals of Presco and Okomu Oil appear to be illustrating the proverbial rain that showers on sugarcane and bitter leaves farms. While the audited reports for 2011 had shown striking fundamental similarities with all key indices of the two agricultural stocks jumping to new highs, latest audited reports and accounts for the year ended December 31, 2012 show striking fundamental dissimilarities.
From turnover to profit and returns, Presco extracted itself as the better of the two companies, and with sustained growths, assumed the leadership of the industry in terms of turnover and profitability. Both actual and underlying profit and loss measures placed Presco ahead with its real operational profit twice that of Okomu Oil. Okomu Oil failed to sustain its growth momentum as decline in sales coloured the bottom-line negative. With the bumper harvest in 2012, Presco now outpaces competition in all key averages, setting long stride that will require equally jumpy growth by the competing stocks to catch up.

Sales Generation
Okomu Oil Palm could not sustain its previous jumpy sales growth as sales revenue dropped by 8.8 per cent in 2012 as against impressive growth of 82.7 per cent. Average sales growth in the past two years thus stood at 36.95 per cent. The top-line performance in 2012 was the poorest in recent years. It had increased sales by 52 per cent in 2010.
Presco grew its turnover by nearly a third, sustaining year-on-year impressive growth in sales that had seen the top-line expanding annually by an average of 45 per cent in recent years. Presco’s gross incomes rose by 32 per cent in 2012 compared with increase of 58.5 per cent and 35 per cent in 2011 and 2010 .

Profitability
Both actual and underlying profitability indices of the companies showed the same colouration as the top-line. Presco consolidated its profitability and leveraged on higher sales and increasingly efficient cost management to displace Okomu Oil Palm as the highest-profitable agric stock. Okomu Oil Palm’s actual pre and post tax profits dropped marginally, although the underlying profit-making capacity remained steadied.
Presco was clearly in better grip of cost management and profitability. Gross profit doubled by 107 per cent in 2012 as against increase of 84 per cent in 2011. Profit before tax leapt by 229.8 per cent in 2012, consolidating 93 per cent recorded in 2011. After taxes, net profit jumped by 378 per cent in 2012 as against 55 per cent in 2011.
On the other hand, Okomu Oil Palm recorded a decline of 6.7 per cent in profit before tax, a reversal from impressive growth of 136 per cent recorded in 2011. Net profit after tax also reversed with a negative of 8.5 per cent in 2012 as against growth of 141 per cent in 2011.
On the average, Presco significantly outperformed its competitor with average pre-tax profit growth of 162 per cent as against Okomu Oil Palm’s 65 per cent. Presco’s average net profit growth in recent years stood at 216 per cent compared with 66 per cent recorded by Okomu Oil Palm.
Besides, there was significant improvement in the profit-making capacity of Presco compared with almost flat position of its peer. Presco’s gross profit margin improved from 47.5 per cent in 2011 to 74.3 per cent in 2012, indicating average margin of about 61 per cent. Pre-tax profit margin also more than doubled from 32 per cent to about 80 per cent, representing average pre-tax profit margin of about 56 per cent. Okomu Oil Palm’s average profit margin has steadied at 42.35 per cent in recent years, hovering between 41.9 per cent in 2011 and 42.8 per cent in 2012.

Actual Returns
Returns to shareholders and other stakeholders also showed similar patterns to profit and sale trends. While Presco improved underlying returns considerably, Okomu Oil Palm’s returns dwindled to their recent lows. Presco returned 32 per cent on average assets in 2012 as against 10.9 per cent in 2011, indicating average return on total assets of 21.5 per cent over the years. Return on equity-to shareholders who provided the equity funds, also improved from 9.6 per cent to 50 per cent. This indicates average return on equity of about 30 per cent.
Okomu Oil Palm’s returns generally fell below average in 2012 with average returns of 14 per cent and 14.1 per cent on total assets and equity funds respectively. Returns on total assets and equity funds had stood at 20 per cent and 21 per cent respectively in 2011. Average returns on assets and equity thus stood at about 17 per cent and 17.4 per cent.

The Bottom-line
There is no doubt about the immediate, medium and future prospects of the agriculture sector. In spite of the pervasive influence of crude oil on national income, agriculture remains the dominant sector of the Nigerian economy. With estimated land area of 910,768 square kilometres out of a total area of 923,768 square kilometres, Nigeria is largely an agrarian economy with agriculture the largest sector and biggest employer. Nigeria’s arable land use stands at more than 33 per cent. From the North to the South, from West to East, Nigeria’s climate and terrain are suitable to cultivation and breeding. Notable agriculture produce across the regions include Cocoa, Peanuts, Palm oil, Corn, Rice, Millet, Cassava, Sorghum, Yams, Rubber, Cattle Sheep, Goats, Timber, Fish among others.
Over the years, agriculture has shown considerable resilience and it has increasingly become a major catalyst for Nigeria’s growing Gross Domestic Products (GDP). Government’s fiscal policy measures aimed at encouraging domestic agricultural companies also appeared to be impacting positively on the sector. The Federal Government has granted several incentives to agriculture sector including a zero duty on agricultural machinery and equipment with effect from January 31, 2012. Besides, many agricultural companies had benefitted from financial incentives from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which helped to reduce financial leverage and pressure on the bottom-line. More than before, there is a strong linkage between the central government and the private agric operators, which enabled Nigerian farmers to make input and directly benefit from government’s policies.
The performance of Presco and Okomu Oil reflected the differing potential of each operator, although the macroeconomic environment generally remains positive. The difference appears to lie in the growth and investment plans of the companies. Presco has maintained a meticulous investment programme which included planting and replanting of new and existing plantations and expansion of processing capacity.

Source: http://thenationonlineng.net/new/business/presco-vs-okomu-oil-same-weather-different-planters/

PRESCO ALL THE WAY !

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Peterwins(m): 3:17pm On May 28, 2013
Impressive analysis.
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by momodub: 12:05pm On May 29, 2013
nice one thanks for breakdown
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by presiade(m): 12:13pm On May 29, 2013
Ok. The two companies are really worth investing in anytime, just as GTBank and FBNH in the banking sector.
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Itoroetti(m): 12:18pm On May 29, 2013
Happy to see agric firm coming up this way and gaining the trust of nigerians.lest I forget,yakubu aiyegbeni once played for okomu oil fc

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Nobody: 12:44pm On May 29, 2013
Sorry oh, am not a tribalist, but this is what our so called northern leaders should have done. But ena? Mun sa edo a bayan gida wani. Sai muyi ta zagi chewa 'imba yi de mu ba ba nijeria'. Ya kamata mu tashe fa, kafin dare ya kama mu abechi!

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by jude33084(m): 1:03pm On May 29, 2013
Itoroetti :
Happy to see agric firm coming up this way and gaining the trust of nigerians.lest I forget, yakubu aiyegbeni once played for okomu oil fc

W☺☺w! You remembered smiley

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by DonaldGenes(m): 1:19pm On May 29, 2013
impressive glowing signs of GEJ uncommon transformation.the man tried sha...but it saddens me why few people are reading this post...if na woman thing you will see 1000 views and 500 guest..mtcheww
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by bejo2k: 1:34pm On May 29, 2013
Elai147: Agriculture is the main point of national transformation agenda. It’s also a major rallying point at the stock market. Okomu Oil Palm Plc and Presco Plc are the two dominant stocks in the agriculture sector. With market capitalisation of about N72 billion, the two stocks account for some 90 per cent of total market capitalisation of the five stocks listed under the agriculture sector. With hectares of palm oil plantations, they represented the vast agriculture potential of Nigeria. Both Okomu Oil Palm and Presco are integrated agricultural companies with oil palm plantations, palm oil mills, crushing plants and oil refining plants. They engage in cultivation of oil palm and extraction and refining of palm oil into finished products. They are major suppliers of specialty fats and oils to several large and medium companies. Besides similarity of business operations, the two companies shared several similarities including the location of their farms in Edo State and substantial foreign shareholdings. They are also companies of nearly the same size and run the same business year.
Okomu Oil Palm, the older and the larger of the two companies, was incorporated in 1979 and listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in 1991, the same year Presco was incorporated. Okomu Oil Palm opened yesterday with a market capitalisation of N46.26 billion, nearly twice the market value of Presco Plc, which opened at N25.38 billion. Besides, Okomu Oil Palm has a larger balance sheet; including total assets and net assets.
Presco became a public limited liability company and listed its shares on the NSE in 2002. With total assets of N28 billion and net assets of N17.1 billion, Presco still boasts of substantial capacity in the largely small-sized operations that dominate the agriculture sector.
But though they share several similarities, latest fundamentals of Presco and Okomu Oil appear to be illustrating the proverbial rain that showers on sugarcane and bitter leaves farms. While the audited reports for 2011 had shown striking fundamental similarities with all key indices of the two agricultural stocks jumping to new highs, latest audited reports and accounts for the year ended December 31, 2012 show striking fundamental dissimilarities.
From turnover to profit and returns, Presco extracted itself as the better of the two companies, and with sustained growths, assumed the leadership of the industry in terms of turnover and profitability. Both actual and underlying profit and loss measures placed Presco ahead with its real operational profit twice that of Okomu Oil. Okomu Oil failed to sustain its growth momentum as decline in sales coloured the bottom-line negative. With the bumper harvest in 2012, Presco now outpaces competition in all key averages, setting long stride that will require equally jumpy growth by the competing stocks to catch up.

Sales Generation
Okomu Oil Palm could not sustain its previous jumpy sales growth as sales revenue dropped by 8.8 per cent in 2012 as against impressive growth of 82.7 per cent. Average sales growth in the past two years thus stood at 36.95 per cent. The top-line performance in 2012 was the poorest in recent years. It had increased sales by 52 per cent in 2010.
Presco grew its turnover by nearly a third, sustaining year-on-year impressive growth in sales that had seen the top-line expanding annually by an average of 45 per cent in recent years. Presco’s gross incomes rose by 32 per cent in 2012 compared with increase of 58.5 per cent and 35 per cent in 2011 and 2010 .

Profitability
Both actual and underlying profitability indices of the companies showed the same colouration as the top-line. Presco consolidated its profitability and leveraged on higher sales and increasingly efficient cost management to displace Okomu Oil Palm as the highest-profitable agric stock. Okomu Oil Palm’s actual pre and post tax profits dropped marginally, although the underlying profit-making capacity remained steadied.
Presco was clearly in better grip of cost management and profitability. Gross profit doubled by 107 per cent in 2012 as against increase of 84 per cent in 2011. Profit before tax leapt by 229.8 per cent in 2012, consolidating 93 per cent recorded in 2011. After taxes, net profit jumped by 378 per cent in 2012 as against 55 per cent in 2011.
On the other hand, Okomu Oil Palm recorded a decline of 6.7 per cent in profit before tax, a reversal from impressive growth of 136 per cent recorded in 2011. Net profit after tax also reversed with a negative of 8.5 per cent in 2012 as against growth of 141 per cent in 2011.
On the average, Presco significantly outperformed its competitor with average pre-tax profit growth of 162 per cent as against Okomu Oil Palm’s 65 per cent. Presco’s average net profit growth in recent years stood at 216 per cent compared with 66 per cent recorded by Okomu Oil Palm.
Besides, there was significant improvement in the profit-making capacity of Presco compared with almost flat position of its peer. Presco’s gross profit margin improved from 47.5 per cent in 2011 to 74.3 per cent in 2012, indicating average margin of about 61 per cent. Pre-tax profit margin also more than doubled from 32 per cent to about 80 per cent, representing average pre-tax profit margin of about 56 per cent. Okomu Oil Palm’s average profit margin has steadied at 42.35 per cent in recent years, hovering between 41.9 per cent in 2011 and 42.8 per cent in 2012.

Actual Returns
Returns to shareholders and other stakeholders also showed similar patterns to profit and sale trends. While Presco improved underlying returns considerably, Okomu Oil Palm’s returns dwindled to their recent lows. Presco returned 32 per cent on average assets in 2012 as against 10.9 per cent in 2011, indicating average return on total assets of 21.5 per cent over the years. Return on equity-to shareholders who provided the equity funds, also improved from 9.6 per cent to 50 per cent. This indicates average return on equity of about 30 per cent.
Okomu Oil Palm’s returns generally fell below average in 2012 with average returns of 14 per cent and 14.1 per cent on total assets and equity funds respectively. Returns on total assets and equity funds had stood at 20 per cent and 21 per cent respectively in 2011. Average returns on assets and equity thus stood at about 17 per cent and 17.4 per cent.

The Bottom-line
There is no doubt about the immediate, medium and future prospects of the agriculture sector. In spite of the pervasive influence of crude oil on national income, agriculture remains the dominant sector of the Nigerian economy. With estimated land area of 910,768 square kilometres out of a total area of 923,768 square kilometres, Nigeria is largely an agrarian economy with agriculture the largest sector and biggest employer. Nigeria’s arable land use stands at more than 33 per cent. From the North to the South, from West to East, Nigeria’s climate and terrain are suitable to cultivation and breeding. Notable agriculture produce across the regions include Cocoa, Peanuts, Palm oil, Corn, Rice, Millet, Cassava, Sorghum, Yams, Rubber, Cattle Sheep, Goats, Timber, Fish among others.
Over the years, agriculture has shown considerable resilience and it has increasingly become a major catalyst for Nigeria’s growing Gross Domestic Products (GDP). Government’s fiscal policy measures aimed at encouraging domestic agricultural companies also appeared to be impacting positively on the sector. The Federal Government has granted several incentives to agriculture sector including a zero duty on agricultural machinery and equipment with effect from January 31, 2012. Besides, many agricultural companies had benefitted from financial incentives from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which helped to reduce financial leverage and pressure on the bottom-line. More than before, there is a strong linkage between the central government and the private agric operators, which enabled Nigerian farmers to make input and directly benefit from government’s policies.
The performance of Presco and Okomu Oil reflected the differing potential of each operator, although the macroeconomic environment generally remains positive. The difference appears to lie in the growth and investment plans of the companies. Presco has maintained a meticulous investment programme which included planting and replanting of new and existing plantations and expansion of processing capacity.

Source: http://thenationonlineng.net/new/business/presco-vs-okomu-oil-same-weather-different-planters/

PRESCO ALL THE WAY !
THis post just comprises of alot of percentages but no real analysitical analysis of both companies balance sheet or profit and loss account .. to a lame man these looks very impressive but in actual fact its not ..... you can not analyses a company's profitability based solely alone on its turn over or return on total asset........... but rather it should be done based on the ratios.... return on capital emplied(ROCE)..... the company with the highest turn over or profit after tax doesnt nessecarily mean its the best investment... it has to be judge based on the capital employed by both companies<>>>>> i can give you an example if the capital employed by a company is N100,000(net fixed asset and current) and it has a profit after tax of N20,000...while a company that employes N10,000 has a profit of N8000... although N20,000 is higher,..... the second company is more profitable..... also an important reason of using the net fixed asset and current(Assets minus liability) is becuase although a company has a high turnover it can also have a very high labilities.. So your analysis doesnt provide the full picture..... if you want a proper analysis upload the two companies last balance sheet as well as profit and loss account for year 2012

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by nep2ra(m): 1:35pm On May 29, 2013
As a Nigerian, can I invest in these companies from abroad?
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by prince13: 1:44pm On May 29, 2013
you can do well and fine from any where,You get a good stock broker on open an account with them and you can start investing all the way.
nep2ra: As a Nigerian, can I invest in these companies from abroad?
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by fados4sure(m): 1:55pm On May 29, 2013
Edo is moving hater should kill themselves
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by anonimi: 1:57pm On May 29, 2013
bejo2_k: So your analysis doesnt provide the full picture..... if you want a proper analysis upload the two companies last balance sheet as well as profit and loss account for year 2012

Thanks for shedding further light on this.
Hopefully the poster can provide the two documents for both companies and you can provide some of the ratios subsequently.
However one must note that ratios, while they are very good reliable tools, talk about past performance and current capability and may not also show FUTURE prospects, which is what an investor SHOULD BE really concerned about.
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by esere826: 2:03pm On May 29, 2013
@OP

Ok, them try small for their analysis
but lets take this up a notch
I am extremely critical of the nigerian stock exchange because of corruption, cooking the books and lack of information

Analysts would do better to map the success/sales of an industry/coy to actual consumer behaviour
Why are they making profit?
Who are they selling to?

For example
-if analysis shows that Nigerians have stopped importing xyz metric tonnes of oil, and local production is in short supply to meet the demand. Then I understand
-if analysis tells me that businesses are now uing xyz tonnes of palm oil instead of diesel for their energy needs, then I understand
-if analysis tells me that Nigerians have increased their love for palm oil. Then I understand
-if analysis tells me that we are now exporting palm oil to South Africa with a population of over 50 million people, then I understand.

However, when all I see is that company A made PQR profit, and that KPMG, PWC, Delloitte, etc auditted the accounts, then I say wait a minute. Same companys that auditted the Nigerian banks before the crash? Akintola Williams Delloite -Same company that assured the subsidy fiasco?


Uhmmmmmmmm
ok naw I probably have the anointing of Thomas Didimus
But how come I understand the LSE dynamics etc more than the Nigerian one

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Tinyemeka(m): 2:05pm On May 29, 2013
Donalð Genes: impressive glowing signs of GEJ uncommon transformation.the man tried sha.

Explain please.

@ Topic, going by the analysis, how come Okomu is priced far higher than Presco? As at April ending, Okomu share price was more than 3 times the value of Presco. Even after Okomu was re-valued to half the former share price, it is still higher than Presco. Tuesday, it closed N47.25 against Presco's N30. Why? Investors do not see the fundamentals as Premium Times has analysed?

Capital market experts opinions are welcomed please.
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by bejo2k: 2:11pm On May 29, 2013
YH you right about past performance and capabilities are good but all those factors are not quantifiable going forward .....becuase companies can uses impressive figure to hide their liability and current financial status ... the must important thing is to find out the companies liabilities and try to figure out why the company haa a sudden jump in return on total asset of 12.9percent...... if you know these facts then you can be able to check and make adqueate investment but i dont think the person that made this post can bring the...... profit and loss account or the balance sheets.. becuase most of these figures are made up figures.... to get people interested
anonimi:

Thanks for shedding further light on this.
Hopefully the poster can provide the two documents for both companies and you can provide some of the ratios subsequently.
However one must note that ratios, while they are very good reliable tools, talk about past performance and current capability and may not also show FUTURE prospects, which is what an investor SHOULD BE really concerned about.

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Omexonomy: 2:23pm On May 29, 2013
nep2ra: As a Nigerian, can I invest in these companies from abroad?
most edo indegene are into this busines yet the price of palm oil and other derivaties are expensive every day. Come and establish ur own farm in edo state with the help of Fg. NIFOR you will surly succed.
A PALM TREES CAN GIVES UR THE FOLLOWING.
50 to 60 liters of palm oil.
100kg of broken palm kernel seeds for export. 30 bunch of broom which every houshold need
more than 200 liters of palm wine.
The list are more than 19.
Imagine you are having a small plantation of ur own.

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by tunergy(m): 2:28pm On May 29, 2013
bejo2_k: THis post just comprises of alot of percentages but no real analysitical analysis of both companies balance sheet or profit and loss account .. to a lame man these looks very impressive but in actual fact its not ..... you can not analyses a company's profitability based solely alone on its turn over or return on total asset........... but rather it should be done based on the ratios.... return on capital emplied(ROCE)..... the company with the highest turn over or profit after tax doesnt nessecarily mean its the best investment... it has to be judge based on the capital employed by both companies<>>>>> i can give you an example if the capital employed by a company is N100,000(net fixed asset and current) and it has a profit after tax of N20,000...while a company that employes N10,000 has a profit of N8000... although N20,000 is higher,..... the second company is more profitable..... also an important reason of using the net fixed asset and current(Assets minus liability) is becuase although a company has a high turnover it can also have a very high labilities.. So your analysis doesnt provide the full picture..... if you want a proper analysis upload the two companies last balance sheet as well as profit and loss account for year 2012

Prof You can follow the link or just obtain the financials of the two companies and give "the comprehensive comparative analysis" this guy Don try do him own. OSHA do your own too.

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by tunergy(m): 2:34pm On May 29, 2013
anonimi:

Thanks for shedding further light on this.
Hopefully the poster can provide the two documents for both companies and you can provide some of the ratios subsequently.
However one must note that ratios, while they are very good reliable tools, talk about past performance and current capability and may not also show FUTURE prospects, which is what an investor SHOULD BE really concerned about.
Having in mind that this two companies are not subjected to the same operating environment + having different overheads and I believe there is a very material gap in their market capitalization, hence how do you pitch dem against each other without being bias?
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by anonimi: 2:40pm On May 29, 2013
tunergy:
Having in mind that this two companies are not subjected to the same operating environment + having different overheads and I believe there is a very material gap in their market capitalization, hence how do you pitch dem against each other without being bias?


Please tell us how do you make investment decision on two (or more) possible alternatives if you do not "pitch dem against each other"
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Itoroetti(m): 2:40pm On May 29, 2013
jude33084:

W☺☺w! You remembered smiley
Yes,I do remember.imagine all this big firm do have their own sporting club.imagines the numbers of talent that would spring out of nigeria.imagine;airtel,mtn,glo,zenith bank,access bank,gtb and dangote cement all having their various football clubs or basketball club,so many talent would have been discoverd and nurtured for growth in this country.
Back then,we had first bank ,union bank,julius begger,okomu oil,mobil,all having their clubs with football talent abounding there-in,but now,no more.all the do is post their profit for us to see.
Thumbs up to okomu oil.

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Omexonomy: 2:41pm On May 29, 2013
Most of the produce are consumed localy tell gej to do more so that we can export
Donalð Genes: impressive glowing signs of GEJ uncommon transformation.the man tried sha...but it saddens me why few people are reading this post...if na woman thing you will see 1000 views and 500 guest..mtcheww
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by anonimi: 2:43pm On May 29, 2013
bejo2_k: becuase most of these figures are made up figures.... to get people interested

...like the Edo-centric poster below

fados4sure: Edo is moving hater should kill themselves

grin grin grin
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by anonimi: 2:46pm On May 29, 2013
Omexonomy: Most of the produce are consumed localy tell gej to do more so that we can export

The FG sets policies etc but do not forget that there are state governors and LGAs who have their 1999 consitution-ally specified roles also.

The president is not a DO ALL in a democratic, somewhat federal arrangement.
Hold other ELECTED PUBLIC servants responsible and accountable also.
Thanks!!!
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Omexonomy: 2:49pm On May 29, 2013
tunergy:
Having in mind that this two companies are not subjected to the same operating environment + having different overheads and I believe there is a very material gap in their market capitalization, hence how do you pitch dem against each other without being bias?
follow this link https://www.nairaland.com/1302983/shares-okomu-start-off-loading

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by anonimi: 2:53pm On May 29, 2013
Itoroetti :

Yes,I do remember.imagine all this big firm do have their own sporting club.imagines the numbers of talent that would spring out of nigeria.imagine;airtel,mtn,glo,zenith bank,access bank,gtb and dangote cement all having their various football clubs or basketball club,so many talent would have been discoverd and nurtured for growth in this country.
Back then,we had first bank ,union bank,julius begger,okomu oil,mobil,all having their clubs with football talent abounding there-in,but now,no more.all the do is post their profit for us to see.
Thumbs up to okomu oil.

Businesses are set up ESSENTIALLY to make profit for their owners. If the sports venture does not tie in to that, it will be very foolish of the management to venture into such otherwise they should and will get sacked.
No sentiments please!

What Nigerian sports needs to flourish is to be PRIVATISED as much as possible with government simply regulating. I see there is a slow move towards that and we are feeling the impact slowly in football for example. You should find out about the South African PSL football league.

Government has no business doing business. QED!
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Omexonomy: 2:55pm On May 29, 2013
Follow this link you might get what you want https://www.nairaland.com/1302983/shares-okomu-start-off-loading
bejo2_k: YH you right about past performance and capabilities are good but all those factors are not quantifiable going forward .....becuase companies can uses impressive figure to hide their liability and current financial status ... the must important thing is to find out the companies liabilities and try to figure out why the company haa a sudden jump in return on total asset of 12.9percent...... if you know these facts then you can be able to check and make adqueate investment but i dont think the person that made this post can bring the...... profit and loss account or the balance sheets.. becuase most of these figures are made up figures.... to get people interested
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by Omexonomy: 3:04pm On May 29, 2013
Though NIFOR are trying their best. To me all the state gov are dead those that are not dead are thieves.
anonimi:

The FG sets policies etc but do not forget that there are state governors and LGAs who have their 1999 consitution-ally specified roles also.

The president is not a DO ALL in a democratic, somewhat federal arrangement.
Hold other ELECTED PUBLIC servants responsible and accountable also.
Thanks!!!
Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by nep2ra(m): 3:05pm On May 29, 2013
Omexonomy: most edo indegene are into this busines yet the price of palm oil and other derivaties are expensive every day. Come and establish ur own farm in edo state with the help of Fg. NIFOR you will surly succed.
A PALM TREES CAN GIVES UR THE FOLLOWING.
50 to 60 liters of palm oil.
100kg of broken palm kernel seeds for export. 30 bunch of broom which every houshold need
more than 200 liters of palm wine.
The list are more than 19.
Imagine you are having a small plantation of ur own.

Wow!!! Thanks for the information.

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by nep2ra(m): 3:06pm On May 29, 2013
prince13: you can do well and fine from any where,You get a good stock broker on open an account with them and you can start investing all the way.

Thanks for the information.

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by uncle2010: 3:19pm On May 29, 2013
Tinyemeka:

Explain please.

@ Topic, going by the analysis, how come Okomu is priced far higher than Presco? As at April ending, Okomu share price was more than 3 times the value of Presco. Even after Okomu was re-valued to half the former share price, it is still higher than Presco. Tuesday, it closed N47.25 against Presco's N30. Why? Investors do not see the fundamentals as Premium Times has analysed?

Capital market experts opinions are welcomed please.
This is something worth looking into. Maybe the market is undervaluing Presco which will be good for a value investor......I will dust my BUFFETOLOGY BOOK LATER to analyse the two companies like Buffet does.@OP, Thanks for bring this to light.

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Re: Presco Vs Okomu Oil Shares by anonimi: 3:26pm On May 29, 2013
Omexonomy: Though NIFOR are trying their best.


I imagine that as an Edo person you know that NIFOR is a federal government research agency and its revival is a direct result of Jonathan's FRUITFUL efforts to rejuvenate our agricultural and agro-allied sectors.


To me all the state gov are dead those that are not dead are thieves.

I also imagine you can agree with me that the best way to wake them up from their "dead" sitaution is not by trying to "tell gej to do more". That is a guaranteed way for the states and LGAs to continue their free ride at our expense- the hardworking, toiling and tax-paying citizens of this POTENTIALLY great country.

IF we can wake all the tiers of government to do half of what the Jonathan administration is doing, we probably won't see our girls scrambling to go and work in Italy at all costs with the renewed opporunities in our country.

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