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If you’re in your 20s & 30s, here are some ideal investments

It struck me that I have peers who are struggling and confused about how and what to invest in while young, in order to ensure financial security at old age. So, I wrote this article...
Investors lose N713 billion in Nigerian Stock Exchange, Bargain hunting in stock market

Nigerian Stock Market Gainers and Losers (Updated 12/20/2018)

Nigerian stocks closed trading on a positive note as the all share index rose by 0.32%.
mutual funds

A guide to how Mutual Funds work in Nigeria

A guide to how Mutual Funds work in Nigeria
Treasury, bills, calendar, Central Bank

How to invest in treasury bills even if you don’t have N50 million

How to invest in treasury bills even if you don’t have N50 million
Treasury Bills

Official: Treasury Bills Calendar (Updated 2018 Q4)

Nairametrics| The Central Bank of Nigeria quarterly Treasury Bills Issuance Calendar is released to the public periodically as a guide for investors to know...
interim dividend, final dividend

Difference Between Interim Dividend and Final Dividend

Difference Between Interim Dividend and Final Dividend
How To Get Back Unclaimed Dividends & Process e-dividends

How To Get Back Unclaimed Dividends & Process e-dividends

How To Get Back Unclaimed Dividends & Process e-dividends
Ponzi Scheme

How to Know If It’s A Ponzi Scheme

If it is too good to be true then it really isn't true!

Sample letter of application to purchase treasury bills

Going to a bank to apply for a treasury bills purchase can be a very difficult as sometimes. This can be quite frustrating especially...
Naira currency

If you have N1m today, how would you invest it?

21-year old Ade, was gifted N1m by his rich aunty. He wants to save this to fund his wedding in 10 years. How should he deploy this fund? Find out via the link below...
reducing expenses

Beginners’ Guide: How to compute capital gains tax in Nigeria

Beginners' Guide: How to compute capital gains tax in Nigeria
Treasury Bills

Treasury bills calendar for January-February 2019

The Central Bank of Nigeria Published its Treasury Bills program for January-February of 2019, indicating that it plans to raise about ₦1.5 trillion in...
Top 10 high-yield money market funds that beat inflation in Nigeria

Top 10 high-yield money market funds that beat inflation in Nigeria

Sometimes, the fear of poor stock market performance forces conservative and risk-averse investors to sit on their cash...
How To Get Back Unclaimed Dividends & Process e-dividends

Fixed Deposits or Treasury Bills, Which Is Better?

I have received several emails and calls from my readers asking whether to buy treasury bills or fixed deposits. Whilst, both are very good...
Learn how to Validate and Claim your expired Dividend Warrants

Learn how to Validate and Claim your expired Dividend Warrants

Here is all you need to know on how you can verify, validate and claim your expired or unclaimed dividends from your registrar. #dividends
Money hawkers, Naira hawkers

Where to make money from in 2019

The start of a new year is a period of stocktaking and goal setting for many individuals. Living in a developing country like Nigeria means making...
Eurobond

Eurobonds in Nigeria: What they are and how to invest in them

Eurobonds in Nigeria: What they are and how to invest in them

Why Our Result Was Disappointing – Dangote Flour Mills

  Dangote Flour Mills released its 2013 9 months results with the company posting a pre-tax loss of N8.4billion. The results was as disastrous as...
Here's How To Determine Your Net Worth

Here’s How To Determine Your Net Worth

Here's How To Determine Your Net Worth
International Investor, Here’s the easiest way to invest in your future 

Here are some 3 investment options you really should consider

Here are some 3 investment options you really should consider
Shares

How Not To Invest In Shares

How Not To Invest In Shares
Real Estate in Lagos

Everything you need to know to become a real estate investor

If you are looking for a way to invest your savings, why not consider real estate? See details how by clicking the link below-

How To Monetize Old Share Certificates and Locate Missing Stocks

Are you one of those people with dozens of share certificates and dividend warrants stashed in a drawer or safe in your house? Let's teach you how to make them useful again.
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Best Performing Mutual Funds in Nigeria, Q2 2018

2018 has so far proven that past performance does not guarantee or is not a guarantee for future performance. This has especially been so...
A case for investing in dividend stocks

Nigerian Stocks: All The Dividend Declared On The Nigerian Stock Exchange In 2014

As audited accounts start to trickle in companies will propose dividend payments to their shareholders as recommended by their respective board of directors. It...

Frequently Asked Questions: Nigeria’s New Exchange Rate Policy

Flexible Exchange Rate Policy; Frequently Asked Questions.   A new dawn in Nigeria's exchange rate policy was ushered in on Monday June 20th by the Central...
foreign stock market

How to make money investing in Foreign Stock Markets

How to make money investing in Foreign Stock Markets #Investing #Stocks #Business
Nigerian stocks March

Nigerian Stock Market Gainers and Losers (7/06/2017)

All share index rose by 1.88% as trading closed on a positive note.
Here are 10 actions that can make you a successful investor, portfolio diversification

Investment decisions that can ruin your savings

On this blog I preach a lot about investing. It is a habit everyone must inculcate and nurture as route to financial freedom. However,...
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This is the best Mutual Fund in Nigeria this year so far

Data from the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) says there are 73 Mutual Funds in the country as at March 29, 2018. The Mutual Funds...
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