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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 2:37pm On Apr 28
A steady creep up in the market
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 10:51am On Apr 14
JAPAUL falters - excellent!
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 7:13pm On Apr 08
119mba:

I don't have it. And also I notice it's only @mcy that speaks about penny stocks while people point at monkey hunting or whatever. Sorry I should have.

Understood, no problem
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 7:12pm On Apr 08
emmanuelewumi:


Do you buy shares based on what people say or write?

Better to buy based on your personal research and conviction

Ah! I meant what I said as an irony.

If they had come out when Japaul was @0.39, and said 'look I am hearing Japaul is doing this and Japaul is doing that so it might cause an appreciation in price...'
Or 'I think Japaul has hit its bottom @0.39 so I am buying...'
Not when it is now @0.58 then they come out with heroic tales of how they bought @0.39 or come out with some sort of analysis on why it should be going up.
NSEMPA is fond of this behaviour. Too many heroes and monkeyhunters.

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 1:59pm On Apr 08
nna777:


Entered @ 39k. Let's see how far this can go. This is purely speculative oo. Who says lightning can't strike twice in the same place grin. DD as always.

119mba:

I believe there is prospect here the question is when it will happen. I read somewhere they recently discovered large quantities of Lithium and Nickel in their Mines of Ja- oil ( I will share the link when I find it). Also their Financial book is cleaner after Access bank debts write-off.
My personal opinion though.

Why didn't you guys come out and say all these when it was trading @0.39, why @0.58?

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 1:21pm On Mar 26
samguru:
Guinness has reached KM 30 for those who care to alight

Thanks a lot for this call.
Real nice one wink
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 10:45am On Mar 16
jideflash:
Regular trading hours for the U.S. stock market, including the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq Stock Market (Nasdaq), are 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Why is NSE trading hours 10am to 2.30pm, and still we pay higher in brokerage commission and related fees than US.

Nigerians are starting to leave the place for them - another failing institution from nigeria

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 9:21am On Mar 11
Has options trading started on the NSE?
Investment / Re: Us Stocks Pick Alert by salanda: 9:48am On Mar 01
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Investment / Re: Us Stocks Pick Alert by salanda: 1:03pm On Feb 23
benedictuyi:

They do, they have alot of stocks
Thank you

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Investment / Re: Us Stocks Pick Alert by salanda: 10:00am On Feb 23
benedictuyi:

Passfolio offers alot of stocks

I checked:
AAPL
GOOG
MSFT
AMZN
TSLA

Do they have Airline stocks?

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Investment / Re: Us Stocks Pick Alert by salanda: 9:24pm On Feb 22
LauraClasikVibe:
It's been mentioned in the group here choicetrade

I just checked them out, their fees are way more reasonable than ie TROVE's but what's their product portfolio like?

For example do they offer airline stocks?

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Investment / Re: Us Stocks Pick Alert by salanda: 8:03pm On Feb 22
ElectronicMoney:


You can't force yourself in.

If they say they don't want you then they don't want you...it's best you move on

True, but to where? What app is as good as Trading212?

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 2:40pm On Jan 22
Physco4221:
Hello house
Is japaul stock good to buy now,I noticed the price is reduced
A trick in a trick.
Seems @0.86 was the target all along. wink
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 2:38pm On Jan 22
PETERiCHY:


JAPAUL SHIT that doesn't worth 1kobo angry

Instead of throwing your money into a dumpsite why not look for a less privileged home and invest in them.
I don't think people always buy stocks for investment they also simply buy for a probable upside.
Try not to be too hard on your fellow forumites, we are all here to make money one way or the other

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 2:32pm On Jan 22
kintus:
21th Jan TRANSCORP Shares Price Manipulations and Learnt lesson: cool cool cool NEWBIE EXPERIENCE

Following the 3days consecutive full bid on TRANSCORP, I successfully placed a buy order at 9:30am with an adjusted price of 10%, which was higher than the previous close (I used 1.40).

When trade eventually commenced, I realized my order was SWIFTLY filled (unlike the Mon, Tue and Wed). This made me uncomfortable so I decided to check the realtime trades only to realise that I had made a bluff because I could've bought lower. Technically this increased the average price of my holding because I bought some units when @megawealth called it out last week Friday.

Lessons:
1. Never get carried away by FULL BID.
2. Your pre-market buy order should always be lower or at par with previous closing price.

Never chase bulls I think is what you are implying because you eventually get in when you should be getting out.
@ 1.40 profit takers were already seeing 50% so at that price I knew there would be quite a lot of selling.
However I didn't expect such a turn around with the kind of bid that was chasing the stock and with the excitement being generated by some folks here.

BTW it's gaffe

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 3:06pm On Jan 21
locodemy:


Why disturbing your peace?
The force that takes it down is still there to take it up. After all there is no counter news today to justify the fall. Tomorrow is another day.

Transcorp will definitely rise tomorrow for sure. I only wonder from what price? I am thinking 1.14
Then what type of trajectory... I am thinking of a FUGAZ type bull no longer the Ftncocoa/Neimeth type it just performed.
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 11:09am On Jan 21
Transcorp

1. It was a 50% profit taking
2. Don't forget the last peak was 1.35
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 2:10pm On Jan 14
lostinHeaven:


It Maybe a cross deal

All of these are cross deals?

Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 1:15pm On Jan 14
It has been frozen like this since 10:00am but 10 million shares have been bought. How is that right!
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 1:13pm On Jan 14
IYGEAL:


First position.

You'd soon get if holders release for you. You're at their mercy.

NO I think we are at the mercy of Manipulators who somehow find a way to circumvent orders that are in front of them!
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 1:11pm On Jan 14
IamR:

No. 1
It has been number 1 since 10:00 am! 10 million units have been bought but nothing has moved!
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 12:59pm On Jan 14
Please can anyone look at the market orders of JAPAUL and tell me if they can see the Bid Quantity 6,350,000 @ 1.39 and what position it is?
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 2:46pm On Feb 28, 2020
currentprice:


Lol.... the sign was there before yesterday na..... it all over the chart but pple call it lagging

27000 support now turn resistance embarassed

grin grin
Considering "the chart" while using UBA as an example, there is a constant that has been reoccurring since October.
The coronavirus made its first appearance in the news in December during a bear yet the market paid no mindfulness and produced a bull in most of January.
So similarly the only thing that has been playing out (until a few days ago culminating today) has been the normal unfolding of this constant.
By next week we should know if the constant will remain making this simply a factoring-in of the coronavirus' impact on the economy,
Or....
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 11:52am On Feb 28, 2020
Yesterday's news of Nigeria's first case of Coronavirus is what has triggered the negative response in the market today.
It's a shame we in this forum did not explore how such a senerio - Nigeria's first case - would affect the market.
We are too reactive in this forum.
In any case considering other exigent situations leading to reduced prices we should contemplate hedging.

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 3:08pm On Feb 26, 2020
emmanuelewumi:


You cant time the market, that is why you in tranches. If the dividend yield is higher than inflation, I am good to go.

Well that statement is not entirely true. There are usually patterns created for the perspicacious to decipher.
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 2:12pm On Feb 24, 2020
mendes911:


Those that bought today will be selling by Wednesday. LOL. We know how it rolls. LOL.

Thus spoke Zarathustra
Crime / Re: Yahoo Boys Killed Dagan Laetitia Naankang, Burnt Her Body - Guardian by salanda: 12:09pm On Feb 20, 2020
Plumville:
Culprits have not been apprehended yet and all the details even police strategy to track suspects down with phone are being spilled here. Nigerian police and their quest for unearned accolades!

I am not sure it is "accolades" they seek. This looks like a setup to tie in some yahoo boys for the sins of someone else.

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Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 1:31pm On Feb 06, 2020
sellydion:
Humm! I fearoo. Pump and dump with stocks that have embedded potentials? okay oo

We they watch in 3D

at the right price smiley
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 12:08pm On Feb 06, 2020
Marlianvestor:


In this market, you see whatever you want to see and ultimately get what you see... Just law of attraction in action! Whilst some see green, some see red or blue... Just make sure that you are validating whatever your are seeing. For traders esp, as long as you parameterise your trading re. entry and exit, incl loss policy whilst ensuring you stay on the side of probabilities always, you are more likely to succeed...

Coronavirus and oil price drop grin grin
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 11:33am On Feb 04, 2020
currentprice:
nobody see coronavirus coming, this virus affected the movement seen last month which expected to continue this month but mkt has been badly affected and change the sentiments to favor those expecting bear mkt in order to buy low. seeing price move below the cycle pinbar on daily was a bad signal and price unable to move inside the weekly clouds makes matter worse cry

though the fundamental of stocks remain intact but if one have the opportunities to sell with little profit since price still well above August/sept prices, do so to buy more unit later.

if you sell, it not necessarily you buy back same stock as new opportunities will shows on other good stock. it another opportunity to make us rich

grin grin grin grin grin grin

Not sure your assertion is right that the current bear is being caused by the Coronavirus and fall in oil price.
Because I don’t recall any virus or drop in Oil price from ending of November into December?
Investment / Re: Nigerian Stock Exchange Market Pick Alerts by salanda: 12:22am On Jan 02, 2019
BMZK:
Happy New Year.
May 2019 be a greenish year to all of us!!
Hmmmm do some people still need 2019... with the kind of killing they already made on Diamond Bank? - 200% profit

#@Yariya & co

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