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|Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by DexterousOne(m): 12:36am On Jan 01|
Happy New Year everyone
God bless you all
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 12:29am On Jan 01|
Happy New year every one
And favours, and more oils to your engines
The broad spectrum of conversations, discourse and contributions of 2020 were largely intellectually stimulating and refreshing
God bless you all as you proceed into 2021
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 11:26am On Dec 28, 2020|
The lack of trust to me is a very serious limiting factor in our markets
That's a major reason why our market cap is not as big as it should be...
The Americans over the decades have been able to build and establish TRUST and CREDIBILITY
That's why the Capital inflow from virtually every corner of the earth finds it's way there
I really wished we had the same mindset as a people and society here
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 11:23am On Dec 28, 2020|
We look forward to a positive 2021
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 11:12am On Dec 28, 2020|
These kinds of growth in a short period of time is very very rare for the NSE, at least in recent years (that is if it has happened at all)
My goodness me
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 11:00am On Dec 28, 2020|
What should I stop ?
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 10:58am On Dec 28, 2020|
Judging by the sheer size of our economy (it could be bigger, based on the inherent potentials of Nigeria)
The Market Capitalization should have been much bigger
And the number of companies listed should be much more
The lack of trust I think many have for this space, as well as the dark shadows as cast by the fiasco of 2008, is really inhibiting the growth of our market
And for the brother who spoke about market inefficiency
Maybe its because of the relative illiquidity of our markets
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 10:55am On Dec 28, 2020|
There has been some reform and some regulatory changes since the fiasco of 2008/2009 during which anything went
I would say that the NSE is in a better place now than it was then.
The NSE still has some opportunities for those who seek it, and sometimes, the best bargains are the companies with not so big names
I for one have looked into that courier company RedStar
I have been looking into their statements, and from my own personal judgement, I believe some value holds in that company, hence I am loading up on that company in phases
Now this is my own judgement, not a recommendation for anyone
Due diligence is still needed
The main risks with this our beloved NSE
Is Mr. Inflation and Mr. Devaluation
(Other risks also exists, such as corporate failure of the individual companies and all that, but I feel that the aforementioned are the two biggest for me)
Picking good companies and periodically reviewing their statements, you cannot go wrong most of the time doing just that
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 9:08pm On Dec 27, 2020|
Almighty America is in a way stuck in that trap
The abysmally low interest rates PLUS excess liquidity have fuelled am asset price increment across board (Equities and even real estate)
Having the interest rates go up will spell doom for so many of these assets, as rotations are bound to happen following that
Not to even talk of the US Debt
It's my hope and prayer that Nigeria one day does not get into this EXACT SAME predicament
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 8:58pm On Dec 27, 2020|
If the T Bill's rate cross the 13% mark
Money Market instruments again would be the beautiful bride that investors will be courting
I think its remotely possible
But highly unlikely
The uncertainties around our currency and the policy surrounding it will definitely keep FPIs (well many of them) who would have otherwise been in the field, watching through the window
This means that for the most part, we are gonna be on our own
I'm sure. Mr Ukay2 and a few others are patiently waiting with their SHARP CUTLASS
To do some harvesting
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 8:45pm On Dec 27, 2020|
If these two hypotheticals hold I.e. rates going up, and equities market taking a hit....
That's an "IF"
The major card that retail investors can play in the equities space is to pick a few sound companies in the dip.
At least that's what I'm gonna do if these were to occur
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 8:40pm On Dec 27, 2020|
From this report above,
If the CBN pulls this off (their whole talk about interest rates going up going into 2021)
The equities market will definitely feel it
Imagine for example T Bill's rate hovering between 8-12%
Anyways let's keep observing
And be on the lookout
|Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by DexterousOne(m): 1:27pm On Dec 27, 2020|
megawealth01:If this is the case....
Then we will be waiting with our cutlass
|Celebrities / Re: Williams Uchemba South Africa Visit: Depressed Over State Of Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 4:42pm On Dec 25, 2020|
Odinaka00:Thats interesting to know
So all that violence is in the townships
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 1:22pm On Dec 25, 2020|
DexterousOne:I think the SEC was warning about MMM
I cant remember so clearly
But I think they were
But Nigerians (well some of them) did not take heed
But then, I believe the SEC should do even more
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 12:53pm On Dec 25, 2020|
They need to do more
Like a lot more
Clampdown really hard on these fraudsters
But then, how are we sure that the same Nigerians that the SEC is trying to protect wont turn on them
Calling the SEC enemy of progress and all that
Those guys are trying though
But they can do better
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 12:32pm On Dec 25, 2020|
What kind of "business" really gives >20% PER MONTH?
When established businesses who returned that level of NET RETURNS ANNUALLY will be at least applauded
35% net returns annually
That management must be stellar!
Someone now comes to tell Nigerians that they can deliver such high returns MONTHLY and people believed them
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 12:29pm On Dec 25, 2020|
I hope this experience teaches people a lesson
But my bet is...
Some wont learn
Despite everything that happened with MMM
Still many did not learn
Like I said before
The SEC really needs to step up and protect Nigerians from this carnage
It is not enough to just "disown" them
|Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by DexterousOne(m): 10:28am On Dec 25, 2020|
Merry Christmas to everyone here
I want to specially thank every contributor here for keeping the engine up and running here
You are highly appreciated here
Going forward, may 2021 present us with more opportunities, and also good health and life to enjoy the fruit of our labour
Cheers to a better year ahead
|Romance / Re: Nigeria Ranks Top Users On Grindr, A Gay Dating App by DexterousOne(m): 10:17am On Dec 25, 2020|
A lot of yoi are just being in denial
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 8:04am On Dec 25, 2020|
Every other person comes here and contribute based on his/her own background and experience
That kid on the other hand just comes here to constitute a nuisance
That is how to spot an empty barrel
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 11:40pm On Dec 24, 2020|
Good night every one
I wish you all a merry christmas and a prosperous 2021 ahead.
Take care and God bless us all
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 11:21pm On Dec 24, 2020|
I'll just end this conversation here
Because it is unproductive and it leads nowhere
You can rant all you want
And call me whatever names you wanna call me
Anything you want to concoct about me and post
If you want to dig up my old posts and put a spin on it to suit your narrative
That's also fine
If it makes you feel better
I have done enough unnecessary clarifications the first time you pulled this silly stunt
I wont do it again
The unnecessary ones I did the last time suffices
You wont get a response or explanation from me anymore (hopefully )
But I'll give you a piece of advice
you need to go for therapy
This hallucinations you are having is really making you look like a circus clown
Low self esteem, and a craving to feel among is the plague that is ravaging your inner self
If I am online, and when I deem it fit, I will contribute to the discourse that I may find interesting going on here
Those who deem it fit to quote me can quote me
Those who deem it fit to ignore can ignore
Those who will see it as a "clout chaser" just coming here to talk, be my guest
It does not add or subtract anything from me
That's your fundamental human right
Like I always say.
This is a forum
People come and they discuss
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 10:36pm On Dec 24, 2020|
Alexgeneration:"Just shut it" = Yes sir I will shut it
But what should I shut?
A window or a travelling box?
"Audio investment guru"
What other names do you have for me?
Keep them coming
If they make you feel better about your existence
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 10:22pm On Dec 24, 2020|
Now the talking point is "I presented myself as an experienced investor "
And "I am now "humble" "
And "I have found my voice " as if i lost it before
And the most hilarious part
"Audio man's supporters must have my back"
On a faceless forum?
Look at the level of reasoning you have, as encapsulated in this post you just made
Trying so hard to seek relevance on a forum like these
While others just come here and make their comments based on their perception of things
Like I said before
If believing all that you wrote up there makes you feel better about yourself
So be it
Be my guest
And like I said before
It does not change my reality
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 9:57pm On Dec 24, 2020|
I'm really hoping that there is no second lockdown in Nigeria
And I am also hoping that we don't have so many fatalities from covid either
The Nigerian economy's backbone is informally driven
Lockdown will rip it apart
And there are no palliatives to fall back on
Neither will there be stimulus cheques
Or Payment protection
The Nigerian government has no cushion
And is not interested in one
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 9:52pm On Dec 24, 2020|
If you dont understand the context to which something was said
How about you keep your mouth shut
And not embarrass yourself
Based on the ridiculous crap you just wrote up there
How can the president come to me to submit anything?
I had explained what I meant by that statement
The economic indices IS the president's report card.
If you cannot understand that
That is on you
You are talking of "wack and dumb" analysis
Where is the wack analysis?
If you can retrieve them from this page
Bring it out and let us see.
Rubbish and nonsense
Both you and that lazy youth are confused
Which one is it now ?
That I am unemployed?
Or I am a "common corper"
Like I told that one called Lazy youth
Anything you guys want to believe
You guys can believe
Anything you want to say about me here
You guys can say
It does not change my reality
Or amount to a debit alert in my phone
It's your opinion and perception
Which does not amount to anything
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 9:44pm On Dec 24, 2020|
Where does this dimwit get all these ridiculous ideas from ?
That is the problem with you
You talk without thinking
You will not be billed if you use your common sense
Its free of charge
Please be using it
If calling me a "boy" makes you feel better about your pathetic self
Be my guest
I give you Express permission to call me a "boy"
If that will soothe your broken self
I'm all for it
|Investment / Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by DexterousOne(m): 9:39pm On Dec 24, 2020|
Making silly comments and assumptions
Who is chasing clout here ?
The only one doing so, is YOU
Educated professionals are here exchanging banter on different investment vehicles they are in, and other sundry topics
And here you come with your dumb.b and Inferiority complex afflicted self
Talking absolutely rubbish and nonsense
Who are you?
What have you achieved?
What is your educational background?
What do you even know ?
If you feel intimidated about what people on a faceless forum are posting
Then you really really have a problem
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