The Ghana Stock Exchange ended the week positively, following 0.22% rise in GCB's stock price. The GSE-Composite Index closed recording a year to date of 7.11%. The GSE-FSI gained 0.73 points to close trading at 1,695.04 points reaching a CYTD of 9.64%.There have been a lot of activities on the exchange this year with some … Continue reading Stop the bleeding of your portfolio, don’t sell, reduce loss and hold
In all my investment coaching I tell my clients who want to venture into stocks trading or investment, to do one thing and that's what you should do before buying any stock in 2017.And that is; READ MORE ABOUT EVERY COMPANY YOU DESIRE TO OWN.Knowing more about the companies you buy or sell always gives … Continue reading What To Do Before Buying Any Stock
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Once again the polls have closed and the results are in favour of the Money Market.Some number of readers think a 60 year old Ghanaian should invest in the Money Market other than the capital market. Although, it's wise for a 60 year old to invest in the money market (to put the hard-earned money … Continue reading Where should a 60-year old man in Ghana invest?
Results from the Stocks polls on my blog for last month revealed that, 34.48% of some readers on this blog think Fan Milk ltd is the best stock to buy on Ghana Stock Exchange among the options presented to them ( Ghana Commercial Bank -GCB, Fan Milk Ltd -FML, HFC Bank ltd -HFC & Ghana … Continue reading Stocks to invest in on Ghana Stock Exchange – May Results
Guest Post by: BOAKYE OGYEM EMMANUEL. ( 0261528542 / firstname.lastname@example.org)A few days ago, I decided to research Africa’s capital markets, and to my astonishment I realized that most of these markets were very resilient to exchange rate fluctuations and the debilitating effect of inflation. These findings fascinated my imagination and re-oriented my negative stereotypical perception … Continue reading African Capital Markets – The Potentials & The Lost Opportunities.
Under the theme "The Capital Market: A key to Economic Growth and Development", the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in collaboration with the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) and Ghana Securities Industry Association (GSIA) are convening a two-day conference at the National College of Physicians and Surgeons in Accra on 9th and 10th May. I hope this … Continue reading 2-day Capital Market Conference in Ghana.
No losses were recorded on the Ghana Stock Exchange as the market bounced back from Thursday's loss. The GSE-Composite Index went up 9.84 points, as stocks edged upwards, to close the week at 1,778.07, resulting in a year-to-date return of 48.21%.Financial stocks returned 0.69% today, driven by marginal gains on ETI and GCB, as the … Continue reading Stock Market Update: GSE bounces back as stocks rally
This week has begun on the Ghana Stock Exchange with smiles on the faces of some investors as equities from different sectors of the economy gained some cedis. There were five gainers namely AngloGold Ashanti, AGA (Mining), Enterprise Group Ltd, EGL (Insurance), Ecobank Transnational Inc. ETI, (Banking), Ghana Oil, GOIL (Oil) and UT Bank, UTB.The … Continue reading Ghana Stock Exchange begins week with five gainers as trade volume hits record high for the year
6 months performance on GSE - BOPP [Oct - Mar]Benso Oil Palm Plantation with GSE stock ticker symbol; [BOPP] is an oil palm producing and processing company and was listed on the GSE on August 30, 2004 when it was converted into the public limited liability. The nature of businesses the company is authorized to … Continue reading Benso Oil Palm Plantation (BOPP) in the 1st Quarter of 2012 on Ghana Stock Exchange