@centbank is scheduled to hold a Treasury Bills (T-Bills) Primary Market Auction (PMA) on 16th May 2019 and this is how you can participate.
In my first article on the issue of understanding mutual fund fees, I expounded on what management fee is, how to calculate it and how to reduce the burden by negotiating better rates if you are in a position to do so.
I recently received an email from one Stephen A (last name withheld), who asked if I can shed more light on how investors can calculate interest on their money market fund investment.
The benefit of behavioural finance is that investors are able to recognize these behavioural biases and take corrective actions to avoid financial losses.
Last week, we discussed the intrinsic value of a share compared to its market price. Today, we continue the analysis.
The @DMONigeria has release details of the May 2019 FGN Savings Bond offer. Here are the details you need to know about it.
The top 10 most profitable companies on the @nsecontact made N1.26 trillion as profit after tax in 2018
Every time you invest in a company by buying its shares, you become a part owner of the said company. Now, investing in shares has so many moving parts. Here, we will break them down.
FBN Holdings and Capital Hotels Plc will be holding their Annual General Meetings next week, among other corporate actions on the @nsecontact next week.
@guinnessngr was the worst performing stock this week on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, declining by 19% to close at N48.60.
The path to extinction seems to be the route on which the famous Social Security Trust Fund of America is on as at moment.
In my first article on the issue of mutual fund fees, I promised to explain all or most of the fees that make up the total expense ratio of a fund. This is a continuation...
If you are reading this, I am very sure you have dreams of becoming rich and successful, with investments scattered all over the world.
Remember when you first heard that Bitcoin was at $10,000 in December 2017, and you rushed to buy? Well, you probably should have known that wasn't the time to buy.
Buoyed by increase in bond prices due to falling yields, Nigerian pension funds continued their conservative risk management strategy in February.
According to information contained in the latest available data from SEC, the total Asset Value of Nigerian mutual funds was about N710 billion as at March 15th.
There is no doubt that the Nigerian mutual fund industry has come of age. Until 1991, there was no mention of mutual funds in the country.
Chams Plc rallied by 20%, as investors continue to take interest in the stock following a N0.03 dividend declared.