3 Reasons why Future Cash flows are worth less than Cash Flow today:

I have developed immense love for Valuation and have pledged to follow closely to works of my hero and mentor, Aswath Damodaran, Valuation Expert and Professor at NYU. The Little Book of Valuation is the first of his books I'm reading. I can't wait to start with the rest.Below are his views on the above … Continue reading 3 Reasons why Future Cash flows are worth less than Cash Flow today:

Private Financing of Public Infrastructure, A way For West Africa (UGBS Public Lecture)

You are all invited to a very important Public Lecture to be delivered on Oct. 25th @ UGBS by Prof John Macomber, Professor of Finance at Harvard business School.  ABSTRACT Africa and the world face three large trends:  rapid and massive urbanization; current and worsening resource scarcity; and the apparent inability of national governments to mobilize … Continue reading Private Financing of Public Infrastructure, A way For West Africa (UGBS Public Lecture)

UT Bank remains the Driver of GSE Financial Stock Index

The GSE Composite index recovered from Tuesday's loss to close the midweek's trading at 1,773.77 points; 0.16 points higher than the previous closing. This brings the year-to-date yield to -11.09%Price appreciatioin in UTB pushed the GSE financial stocks index to 1,682.66 points, up 1.16 points from 1,681.50 points. The year-to-date return on financials stocks is … Continue reading UT Bank remains the Driver of GSE Financial Stock Index

How to Trade in the Regular & Odd Lots Market

It's great most young investors are getting a chance to trade their own shares at the comfort of their homes or offices without heavily relying on stock brokers  (although there's still some amount of reliance).In order to fully and easily trade on Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE), one must understand the necessary areas of the market … Continue reading How to Trade in the Regular & Odd Lots Market

Financing Your Investments Using Borrowed Money: Margin Trading on GSE

image credit: claytrader.comI am still deeply concerned about the speed of growth of the Ghana Stock Exchange. Market players are blaming it on the low level of activities on the market because investors are few and hence ‘Ghanaians do not invest enough’.  The question then is, do the few investors we have, get the necessarily … Continue reading Financing Your Investments Using Borrowed Money: Margin Trading on GSE