Why Most People Lose Money on the Stock Market

MTN IPO & the way some of you will behave

Everyone is looking forward to MTN's IPO. "Chaley... I dey save towards am oo" - they keep saying. When the IPO comes they will call to ask if they should buy the IPO or wait and buy after the IPO. Even if you tell them 'Yes, buy,' they won't and wait till the price skyrocket … Continue reading MTN IPO & the way some of you will behave

DigiCut IPO: My Biased Opinion

Well, if you follow me closely, you will know that I sometimes tweet about UT Bank and how the listing of it had some question marks. I used to call UT the pipeline to suck money from the system to clean up the books of the bigger company. I am very much happy that companies … Continue reading DigiCut IPO: My Biased Opinion

Week in Focus: Movers on Ghana Stock Exchange

The excitement and the momentum continues on Ghana Stock Exchange as stocks continue the bullish trends making GSE the best performing stock market so far in the world. Year to Date (YTD) return is hitting 30% already and the bond market is seeing more activities. The confidence is amazing and it is expected to continue … Continue reading Week in Focus: Movers on Ghana Stock Exchange

9 Days In To 2018, Oil Companies & Banks make huge gains on GSE

The stock market so far in 2018 has been so great as volumes begin to pick up. GCB Bank leads the market gainers as oil companies like GOIL & TOTAL follow directly.

5 STOCKS READY TO CLIMB TO 50% IN 2018

It’s been a fantastic year on the Ghana Stock Exchange(GSE) in 2017 as the GSE Composite Index hit 52.73% and the Financial Stock Index also recording a 49.51% win. Some stocks were the main drivers of this success and the first week of 2018 already show some of these stocks building momentum for the year. … Continue reading 5 STOCKS READY TO CLIMB TO 50% IN 2018

THE BOOM OF CORPORATE ACTIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE VALUE OF STOCKS

The financial industry in Ghana has come of age and we find ourselves in the era of Corporate Actions like Rights Issues, Mergers and Acquisitions as the Bank of Ghana sets new minimum capital requirements for the Commercial Banks, Rural banks and all the players, in accordance to the BASEL 111 standards. As the Ghana … Continue reading THE BOOM OF CORPORATE ACTIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE VALUE OF STOCKS