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I read this article on MarketWatch.com and I loved it so I’m sharing with you. Learn the traits and habits of the successful investors.As written By Paul Merriman (MarketWatch.com):Most investors spend most of their time and energy thinking about what they can get from their investments. That makes perfect sense.But there's more than that to … Continue reading Five habits of the very best investors
People ask me nowadays which stocks they should buy on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE). And others want to know which stocks I have in my portfolio or will buy, so I have decided to list, just list for now, ten stocks worth buying on GSE.These stocks are my top ten (10) for 2014 on … Continue reading 10 stocks on GSE to watch out for in 2014
Name: Alex TitrikuAge: 24Twitter/ Instagram: @kurusooMy investment colleague and great friend Alex, is a trained Engineer currently pursuing graduate studies in the field of Analog and Mixed Signal Integrated Circuits and he is also currently researching into Optical Transceivers. … :). Let’s now find out about his investment life. When did he start investing? What was … Continue reading Lessons from Young Investor #5, Alex Titriku
Name: Benjamin Kofi Nyarko Age: 26Twitter: @bennyarkoMy good friend, Benjamin and a big dreamer like myself, aims at being the first Black benevolent richest man in the world. He started investing in the year 2004 and the drive was to be his ‘own Boss’ in the near future. “I dream of starting companies and listing them … Continue reading Lessons from Young Investor #4, Benjamin Kofi Nyarko
Name:Ernest AddaeTwitter: @earnaddaeWhen you meet someone with a background in Human Biology and names his son after Warren Buffett, you should know what he is most passionate about. Ernest Addae, a Senior Research Assistant at the University of Cape of Coast School of Medical Sciences happens to be one of the greatest followers and fan … Continue reading Lessons from Young Investor #3, Ernest Addae
Today I'm featuring my second young investor in Ghana. Do check out the first and the rest.Name: Kwabena Amo-MensahAge: 24Kwabena Amo-Mensah is a good friend and a promising investment professional with extensive knowledge in securities and financial markets. Any time I speak to him, I go to read more, because he always uses investment jargons … Continue reading Lessons from Young Investor #2, Kwabena Amo-Mensah