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|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Superboss: 12:13pm On Jan 10|
Pls, how did u buy the shares?
I just downloaded the APP and filled the next info but don't know what to do next.
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by BrainBright: 12:57pm On Jan 12|
Please can you put me through on BAMBOO, I'm new to the system
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by nigerianservice: 2:42pm On Jan 25|
If you use Bamboo, please buy AMARIN CORP shares now and make good money for yourself
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by lovetterrison(m): 1:08pm On Jan 28|
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|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by KIIDZ: 11:16am On Jan 30|
Hi Good Morning,
Please I Bought Stocks On Bamboo From Atlas Air,Facebook,Amazon and AMD.
Instead of increasing my Money has just been dropping from $19 it's now at $18.
I'm New To This And I don't know what to do.
Please I Need Help.
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by yoursidenigga(m): 11:33am On Jan 30|
If the stock prices go down, your money goes down with them... Just the value of the stock that you bought remains constant. The money will increase once the stock prices increase
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Willmichael(m): 1:40pm On Jan 30|
Lol.... I don laugh tìrẹ. What do you think stock trading is?
There's an help page on the app. Read it up. Then read up to 30 pages on this thread
You'll have better insights into owning and trading stocks.
Research a stock before buying. Don't just buy on recommendation only.
Don't expect a stock to always give you positive returns in a very short time. The market may fluctuate. But, if you did enough DD, and you believe in the stock, it'll meet your expectations over the long term.
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by cele22(m): 3:56pm On Jan 30|
The best approach to invest in foreign stocks and Hedge funds is through stock platforms.
I recommend Emirate global capital market, they ensures good ROI.
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|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 7:38pm On Jan 30|
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 7:39pm On Jan 30|
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 7:41pm On Jan 30|
frankfab:How has your experience been so far?
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 7:42pm On Jan 30|
mishow4:Yes, but don't get angry once the shares go over $200
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 7:43pm On Jan 30|
nigerianservice:why? What's are the fundamentals?
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 7:45pm On Jan 30|
Here is the US stock market pick alert (USMPA)
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|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by nigerianservice: 8:04pm On Jan 30|
Hamachi:Am new here. I did a little online search on the stock, bought and its been on the green, so I wanted others to benefit
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 8:17pm On Jan 30|
nigerianservice:Which platform are you using?
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 8:42pm On Jan 30|
Biden's Latest Move Just Handed the Vaccine Market to These 2 Companies
They can't vaccinate the whole world against COVID-19 -- but they may vaccinate all of the U.S.
Jan 30, 2021 at 6:55AM
It's no secret that we need several companies' products to gain approval in order to meet worldwide demand for a coronavirus vaccine. Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) and Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) reached commercialization first when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted their vaccine candidates Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) late last year. Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ), AstraZeneca (NASDAQ:AZN), and Novavax (NASDAQ:NVAX) are close behind. If each produced vaccines at top capacity, we still wouldn't have enough supply to immunize everyone worldwide. So, globally, there is plenty of business for all.
But how about if we look at only the U.S.? Here, the story is different. And it means fewer vaccine makers may prevail -- especially after President Joe Biden's latest move. The government is trying to buy enough vaccines for nearly every American -- from Pfizer and Moderna. And that means these early players may be about to take hold of the entire U.S. market. Let's take a look at what that means for Pfizer and Moderna today and down the road.
IMAGE SOURCE: GETTY IMAGES.
Increasing total orders
The U.S. government is seeking to increase its total order of doses from both companies from 400 million to 600 million. The U.S. population totals about 330 million. And the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines involve two doses. So, if every person wanted a vaccine, we would need 660 million doses. If the Biden administration succeeds in increasing its order for Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, that leaves little room for another player to sell a rival vaccine.
For Pfizer and Moderna, of course, this is excellent news. We can estimate revenue by using the figure the U.S. government paid earlier for doses. That's $19.50 a dose for Pfizer's vaccine and $15 for Moderna's. The government already has ordered 200 million doses of each vaccine and now is aiming to buy another 100 million from each company. The total represents $5.8 billion in revenue for Pfizer and $4.5 billion for Moderna.
Of course, both companies now have to show they can deliver. Moderna expects to produce 200 million doses for the U.S. by the end of June. Pfizer and its partner BioNTech (NASDAQ:BNTX) have said they will supply the U.S. with that number of doses by the end of July.
Success here would secure both companies' positions as top coronavirus vaccine providers for the U.S.
But for how long? At least during this year and likely into 2022. And Moderna might have two more advantages on the horizon. The biotech company is testing its coronavirus vaccine in teens ages 12 through 17. If all goes well in this phase 2/3 trial, the company hopes to win an EUA in time for the fall back-to-school period. Moderna also is investigating a booster shot specifically targeting the South African coronavirus variant. That's the strain considered most likely to evade the efficacy of current drugs and vaccines.
What about the future?
But what happens to Pfizer and Moderna's U.S. market leadership in the future? That will depend somewhat on how the companies manage new strains -- and the logistics of delivering their vaccines. It also will depend on something they can't control: the competition.
If rivals bring more efficacious or easier-to-use vaccines to market, Pfizer and Moderna may lose market share. For instance, Johnson & Johnson is studying a one-dose vaccine in phase 3 trials. And smaller player Vaxart (NASDAQ:VXRT) is working on a vaccine in the form of a shelf-stable oral tablet. These features eventually could give them an edge.
But let's return to the present. Right now, Pfizer and Moderna are about to capture the entire U.S. market -- and make billions of dollars. With their first-to-market advantage, they're each likely to hold onto a portion of the worldwide market as well. So, even if they eventually lose some of the U.S. market down the road, their overall position should remain strong.
Right now, President Biden's policy represents opportunity for Pfizer and Moderna. They're steps ahead of pharmaceutical and biotech rivals, and those rivals will have to show their vaccines are more efficacious or far easier to distribute in order to steal the lead.
Adria Cimino has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool recommends Johnson & Johnson and Moderna Inc. The Motley Fool has a disclosure polic
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by sellydion: 4:24pm On Feb 01|
Please how long does it take Trading 212 to credit accounts using bank transfer,
I did bank transfer since 27th Jan, I am still yet to be credited.
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by ElectronicMoney(m): 2:02pm On Feb 18|
So this means that their commission is fixed
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Jerry59(m): 2:21pm On Feb 18|
ElectronicMoney:Yeah, Trove is better IMO
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by SteveOfu: 2:58pm On Feb 18|
BrainBright:They have a WhatsApp group den them a mail
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by ElectronicMoney(m): 5:51am On Feb 22|
I'm also curious as to why investment and trading brokerage platforms now request for BVN even PiggyVest and Cowrywise also ask for your BVN. I thought BVN should only be requested by loan apps or finance houses when a person is seeking credit from them
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by omotola90(m): 8:57am On Feb 22|
ElectronicMoney:both cowrywise and piggyvest are both microfinance banks or houses. It's very safe... But you know, cbn hasn't given them the license to run like a commercial bank... The sole reason they cant give out debit card... It's very safe
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by ElectronicMoney(m): 5:43pm On Feb 23|
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by DextrousDavid(m): 8:01pm On Feb 23|
baba, this your link no work na. e dey show "invite link reset"
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by ozome15(m): 5:25pm On Feb 24|
Adanielo:Please sir am a Newie in stock investment.
Please what are the key future one should look out when you talk about the
fundamentals of the company.
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by yazga: 5:30pm On Feb 24|
ozome15:Welcome on board, register with my link on trove
You have to look out for the companies fundamentals
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 8:00pm On Feb 25|
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by DextrousDavid(m): 9:12pm On Feb 25|
baba the link no work abeg.. been trying to upload a screenshot of it since sef.
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by Hamachi: 6:35am On Feb 26|
DextrousDavid:Are you on Telegram?
|Re: Buying US Stocks From Nigeria by ElectronicMoney(m): 10:26pm On Feb 27|
What if you already have a CSCS number?
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