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Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by nairatag: 10:09am On Apr 25, 2020
There is a rule called the Rule of 100. It states that an investor should hold a percentage of stocks equal to 100 minus his/her age. For example, a 33 years old man should have 67 percent of his investments in stocks. The lower your age, the more risk it is believed you can endure.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange is a no-go area for many people. Gone are the days when you can make something from Nigerian stocks. They are now a shadow of their former self. Range of problems from poor economic conditions, bankruptcy to bad leadership can cause the value of your stocks to go down in a moment.

That is why many advise investors to invest in foreign stocks. They are stable and reputable. You don’t have to fear to lose all your funds to one sham stocks.

Problems with Investing in Foreign Stocks

Investing in Foreign Stocks is easier said than done because of the many obstacles involved. It requires a stockbroker that would buy and manage your stocks. This is not just any stockbroker but one that allows Nigerians and is also transparent in its dealings.

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Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by nairatag: 10:12am On Apr 25, 2020
Investing in Foreign Stocks

Let me congratulate you on deciding on investing in foreign stocks. Investing in the stock market has proven to be a reliable way to create wealth over a long period. A $100 investment in the S&P 500 Index 50 years ago is worth about $12,000 today. With that in mind, this article would be a guide to investing in foreign stocks. The first thing you need is a reliable digital investment platform that would allow you to invest in U.S. stocks right from the comfort of your room.

Introducing Bamboo

Bamboo is the fastest, cheapest, and safest platform for Nigerians to invest in the U.S Stock Market. U.S. trade securities, including fractional trading, are provided to Bamboo users by DriveWealth LLC, which is a member of SIPC.

Bamboo is a digital investment platform that gives Nigerians unrivaled real-time access to the U.S. stock market from their smartphone.
Bamboo is relatively easy to use as the platform is explanatory. Any Nigerian with a BVN can sign up and fund their Naira or Dollar account to start buying and selling stocks in less than 5 minutes. Bamboo is available to download from the Apple Appstore and Google playstore.

Read more at https://www.nairatag.com/finance/investment/how-to-invest-in-foreign-stocks/
Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by omotech: 10:13am On Apr 25, 2020
nairatag:
There is a rule called the Rule of 100. It states that an investor should hold a percentage of stocks equal to 100 minus his/her age. For example, a 33 years old man should have 67 percent of his investments in stocks. The lower your age, the more risk it is believed you can endure.

The Nigerian Stock Exchange is a no-go area for many people. Gone are the days when you can make something from Nigerian stocks. They are now a shadow of their former self. Range of problems from poor economic conditions, bankruptcy to bad leadership can cause the value of your stocks to go down in a moment.

That is why many advise investors to invest in foreign stocks. They are stable and reputable. You don’t have to fear to lose all your funds to one sham stocks.

Problems with Investing in Foreign Stocks

Investing in Foreign Stocks is easier said than done because of the many obstacles involved. It requires a stockbroker that would buy and manage your stocks. This is not just any stockbroker but one that allows Nigerians and is also transparent in its dealings.
Do you know any foreign stocks broker that is reliable?

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Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by nairatag: 10:13am On Apr 25, 2020
The minimum amount to get started

Bamboo requires a minimum deposit of $20 to start buying and selling stocks. Flutterwave powers the Bamboo funding process. The funding process includes various options such as.......Read more at https://www.nairatag.com/finance/investment/how-to-invest-in-foreign-stocks/

Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by nairatag: 10:16am On Apr 25, 2020
omotech:
Do you know any foreign stocks broker that is reliable?

Yes. I use Bamboo and they are reliable. This is not a promotion post. It's just me sharing my experience.

Bamboo is reliable, fast, and have low charges than Chaka.

Although Chaka has more markets plus the NSE
Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by karbie(f): 10:52am On Jun 14, 2020
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Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by nairatag: 5:23pm On Aug 11, 2020
Nokia is currently $5.01 up by 26.8%
BBBy is currently $12.73% up by 75.1%
MasterCard is currently $330.79 up by 9.9% since the time of posting the 3 best stocks to invest in.

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Learn how to invest in foreign stocks now and secure your future.

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Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by Tayop145: 9:21pm On Aug 11, 2020
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Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by nairatag: 11:15pm On Aug 11, 2020
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Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by irepnaija4eva(m): 9:17am On Jan 12
Nice info bro.. But please can i get your contact, just want more direct information from you bro..
Goodmorning.
Re: Nigeria: How To Invest In Foreign Stocks by nairatag: 5:26am On Jan 20
irepnaija4eva:
Nice info bro.. But please can i get your contact, just want more direct information from you bro..
Goodmorning.

You can send a mail

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