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Are Nigerian companies now accepting payments in bitcoin?

Abdoulaye Diack, a Chief Technology Officer at Rescue Technologies Limited recently shared his experience with his first bitcoin payment in Nigeria. While he did...

These Stocks Made Investors Money Last Week Ended February 16th

The Nigerian Stock Exchange closed last week 's trading session negative as the All  Share Index (ASI) declined 1.1% to settle at 42,638.83 points. Year...

Why Nigerian Breweries share price is overvalued

Is Nigerian Breweries overvalued? That has been the question on my mind since their 2017 Full year results was released on Thursday. The company reported...

This is officially the lowest priced stock on the NSE

Consolidated Hallmark Insurance is officially the lowest priced stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The share price of the company fell to as low...

This is why First Bank is a “STRONG BUY”

The Nigerian stock market started the year straight out of the blocks with double digit gains and was one of the best performing stock...

Why Nigerian stocks are falling

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), on Wednesday broke a bearish trend with a 1.11%  gain. The index lost 3.4% last week, and 3.3% this...

Job opportunities in the cryptocurrency space

Cryptocurrencies were a buzz word in 2017 across the finance and tech space, and thus has continued. While attention has been focused on the...

Why 2017 was a tough year for Neimeth

Pharmaceutical companies, like other manufacturers, have had the last two years rough. Cheap imports from Asian countries make production in Nigeria anti-competitive. A foreign...

If you are looking for what bank stock to buy, then this is for...

Nigerian Banks have enjoyed a bullish ride on the Nigerian Stock Exchange for the past one year. The gains have cut across Tier 1...

Why January was a bearish month for cryptocurrencies

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies had a bearish January with massive losses for investors. Bitcoin lost over 40%, while other coins had equally steep losses....

This is why your pension funds are now used to buy Sukuk and Green...

Following Nigeria’s endorsement of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change on September 21, 2016, the federal government of Nigeria issued its first Green Bond...

Stocks to buy and sell this February

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) closed January up at 15.95%, buoyed by improved macroeconomic fundamentals and renewed interest from foreign investors. To date, the...

Senate cautions Nigerians on trading of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies

Nigeria’s upper chamber has turned its searchlight on the trade of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in the country. This was raised in a motion...

These 4 companies are now trading below 50 kobo per share

The first day of the  newly adjusted par value rule seems to have gone on smoothly, as the All Share Index closed positive at...

10 fastest growing business opportunities in Nigeria

There are profitable business opportunities available to any smart investor in Nigeria, and these opportunities can be found both online and offline. Online business...

Academy Press Plc records losses for the second year running

Academy Press recently released its results for the financial year ended March 2017, and they are nothing to smile about. While revenue increased marginally...

How top traders make the most money from the Nigerian stock market

The Nigerian stock market has become the proverbial successful child who everyone wants to associate with. The NSE All Share Index went up by...

These stocks made investors money last week

The Nigerian Stock Exchange All Share Index closed down as investors cashed out some of their profits. The following stocks topped the gainers chart...

What you need to know about cryptocurrency mining

Mining is the process of validating transactions on a blockchain network. A blockchain is a record of all public transactions for a cryptocurrency. Each...

No more 50kobo price floor from Monday; See how it affects your portfolio

On Monday, the 29th of January, the Nigerian Stock Exchange will officially yank off the 50kobo minimum floor or par value for stocks trading...

10 tips for every cryptocurrency trader

2018 has been quite a volatile year for cryptocurrency markets. So far, there have been one major flash crash and several bear markets. Despite...

Here’s how Nigerians apply native wisdom to cryptocurrencies

As the cryptocurrency bug in the country continues to spread, many Nigerians have decided to form groups in order to learn more about them....

These were the stocks that made money for investors last week

The  Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) All Share Index appreciated by 0.54% to close at 45,092.83 points last week. This marked the first time the index...

The Rally so far: As tier 2 banking stocks take the lead.

By Morgan Capital Securities In 2017, the Nigerian stock exchange emerged third best performing stock market in the world, following a 42.30% gain on the...

Yesterday’s flash crash in the price of bitcoin explained

Cryptocurrency markets around the world were yesterday thrown into panic yesterday when bitcoin fell 28% yesterday, breaking below the $10,000 floor. Ripple fell by 46%,...

Side hustles you can try out in 2018

It is no more advisable to be solely dependent on monthly stipends got from our 8-5 jobs as standard of...

These Stocks made money for people last week

The Nigerian Stock Exchange All Share Index appreciated last week by 10%, with the index closing at 42,898.90 basis points. Year to date, the...

NSE amended rules on par value and share price movement  to commence on January...

Following approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) will implement the new rules on par value  and share price...

Top 10 stockbrokers trade N1.9 trillion worth of stocks in 2017

Data from the broker performance report by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for 2017 shows the top 10 stockbrokers on the Nigerian Stock Exchange...

Why your “house” is not an investment

Generally, Nigerians regard all house owners as successful and rich people – a notion that is not likely to change...