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Financial Companies in Nigeria

Financial Companies in Nigeria

 

Chams Switch
8, Louis Solomon Close, Victoria Island, Lagos State, Nigeria+234-1-2700070-5, +234-1-7389314+234-1-2700079http://www.chamsswitch.com/
An electronic payment switch service center for payment transaction services.
Berkely Cupola
P.O. Box 74121, Victoria Island, Lagos State, Nigeria+234 805 692 1362, +234 1 271 9489, +234 1 271 9488http://www.berkeley.com.ng/
This financial card manufacturing company offers financial card personalization services such as chip initialization, data processing, data input and PIN application.
Abax-oosa
18, Akanbi Danmole Street, South West, Ikoyi, Lagos+234 1 463 0842, +234 01 463 084301-463 0848http://www.abax-oosa.com/ 2 stars
Abax-oosa is a firm of accountants providing audit, assurance, accountacy, taxation and financial advisory services.

Voguepay
VoguePay is a user-friendly online payment platform in Nigeria that allows you set up an account for free and receive, transfer funds with or without a website.
https://voguepay.com/
Address: 70 Allen Ave, 100271, Ikeja, Nigeria
Phone: +234 817 000 8003
Cash Envoy
13 Thorburn Avenue, Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria+234-1-2914359https://www.cashenvoy.com/
CashEnvoy is owned by Electronic Settlement Limited, a limited liability company located in Lagos, Nigeria.
Humber International
24, Ekoolu Street, Surulere, Lagos State, Nigeria+234-1-764-3949+234-702-770-0411http://www.thehumbergroup.com
A financial service company in Lagos for project funding, bill of exchange, financial consulting and advisory services.

Ibile Holdings
2nd floor 62 / 64 Campbell Street, Lagos Island, Lagos State, Nigeria01-2716237, 01-295042901-263-7211http://www.ibileholdings.com/
Ibile Holdings Limited renders financial advisory, property, investment and business promotion services.
Kemeboff
62 Calcutta Crescent, Apapa, Lagos State, Nigeria07038501655, 0814 443 3333, 0802 384 4444http://www.kemeboffresources.com/
This business company provides state of the art document protection technology to financial institutions.

Superflux International
3, Vori Close, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria+234 0709 850 4249http://superfluxnigeria.com/
Superflux International Limited is the leading cheque provider in Nigeria.

1Adims Credit and Investment Limited
Suite 9, Okaka Plaza, Opposite E Close, Besides Domino Pizza, 1st Avenue, Festac Town, Lagos Nigeria0803 389 6114, 0812 316 3866http://www.adimscredit.com/ 5 stars
We are in business to provide business support services, loans, asset management, financial advisory services and investment opportunities.

ASO Savings & Loans Plc
Plot 266, FMBN Building, Cadastral Zone A0, Central Business District, Abuja0700 330 0000, 0704 163 1121http://asoplc.com/ 1 stars
The Lagos based financial service center for home finance services in Nigeria.

COOP Savings & Loans Limited
11, University Crescent, Beside Access Bank, Secretariat – U.I. Road, Ibadan, Oyo0815 839 3942http://coopmortgageng.com/
COOP Savings & Loans Limited is a Nigerian financial service outlet for home finance services in Ibadan.
Resort Savings And Loans Plc
5th Floor St. Nicholas House 6, Catholic Mission Street, Marina, Lagos, Nigeria01 462 2081-2http://resortng.com/ 3 stars
Resort Savings And Loans Plc is a Nigerian loan service companies for house finance services in Lagos.
One Credit
56 Opebi Road, Suite 304, 3rd floor Dream House, Salvation Bus Stop, Ikeja, Lagos Nigeria01 460 9945, 01 460 994501 631 1215http://www.one-cred.com/
One Credit is a financial firm located in Lagos Nigeria providing short-term and affordable consumer credit and loans to individuals who have limited access to finance.

Union Homes Savings and Loans Plc
Royal House, 153, Ikorodu Road, Onipanu, Lagos, Nigeria01-7400840http://www.unionhomes.com.ng/ 4 stars
A Nigerian financial service center for loan scheme services in Lagos.
Agusto & Co
57 Marina, UBA House, 5th Floor, Lagos Island, Lagos Nigeria01 270 7222, 01 270 722301 271 3808http://www.agusto.com/
Agusto & Co is located in Lagos, Nigeria and render services in financial research, credit rating, credit risk management and other tailored ser
Dignity Finance And Investment Limited
5 O.P Fingesi Street, Utako, Abuja FCT Nigeria0803 700 3939, 09 870 3350https://www.dignityfinanceltd.com
Dignity Finance And Investment Limited (DFIL) offer services in equipment financing & leasing, hire purchase, LPO financing, export financing, loans and advances, agricultural financing, corporate finance and project financing.

Libra Reliance Finance
73, Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos Nigeria0701 188 1000http://finance.librareliance.com/
Libra Reliance Finance is a financial services company based in Lagos with services in personal loan, business loan, corporate loan, and asset management financial advisory.
TopCheck
Plot 45 Oyibo Adjarho Street, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos Nigeria0809 101 1222, 0818 451 9607https://topcheck.com.ng/
TopCheck provides services and products in car insurance travel insurance, life insurance, health insurance, personal loans, credit cards and broadband internet.
6UBS Nigeria
1, Muhammed Murtala Drive, Ikoyi, Lagos Nigeria01 466 3100https://www.ubs.com/ng/en.html#global-ourfirm
UBS Nigeria is a financial services providers of investment banking and asset management, and more.

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Posted by: | April 1, 2017

Posted on: 2017 April 1
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Scholarship programs 2017

Nigeria Scholarship programs 2017

Apply for scholarships and business grants in Nigeria and abroad.

1. Federal Government Scholarship for Nigerian Undergraduate, Masters and PhD –Overseas http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/474/

2. Shell Nigeria Niger Delta Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme in UK Universities – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/3056/

3. Government of Japan MEXT Scholarships for Nigerian Primary/Secondary School Teachers -http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/17807/

4. PTDF Scholarships for Undergraduate, Masters & PhD in Nigeria & Overseas – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/762/

5. Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme for African Entrepreneurs – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/9674/

6. NWAG Scholarship for Nigerian Women – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/3931/

7. WAAW Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships for African Women – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/643/

8. MILEAD Empowerment and Leadership Fellowship for Young African Women – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/2891/

9. List of Scholarships for African women and Developing Countries – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/255/

10. More opportunities for Nigerian students – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/scholarship/by-country/scholarship-in-nigeria/

11. Full-fee Development Africa Scholarships at Loughborough University – UK – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/471/

12. New Zealand Development Scholarships for African Students – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/3019/

13. Fully-funded ARES Masters and Training Scholarships in Belgium – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/759/

14. Undergraduate/Masters Excellence Scholarships at Swansea University UK for African Countries 2017/2018 – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/12915/

15. University of Sussex Nigeria Scholarships -http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/7820/

16. Young Africans Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship (YASEF) Program Nigeria – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/18858/

17. 120 MasterCard Foundation Scholarships at EARTH University for Africa Students – Costa Rica -http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/6696/

18. Are You a Young Blogger or Writer? Volunteer to Become a Commonwealth Correspondent – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/18918/

19. Fulbright Visiting Student Program for Nigerians – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/18489/

20. 105 Developing Solutions Masters Scholarships in UK for African Countries – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/17167/

21. African Leadership Academy (ALA) Fellowship for Young African Leaders – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/18430/

22. Miss.Africa 2017 Seed Funding for African Women in Tech Businesses – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/14696/

23. Shiffon Startup Competition for Startups Focused on Women Challenges. $5,000 Prize and Mentorship – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/18740/

24. Civic Tech Leadership Fellowship for Young African Leaders – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/18414/

25. University of Stirling Masters Scholarships for Sub-Saharan African Students -http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/18344/

26. University of Sheffield Merit Postgraduate Scholarships for Developing Countries – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/2347/

27. Win Cool Prizes While You Showcase Africa in the Wiki Loves Africa Annual Photo Contest – http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/17756/

28. Ultimate List: 40+ Business Funding Opportunities & Awards for African Entrepreneurs -http://www.afterschoolafrica.com/9200/

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Posted by: | February 6, 2017

Posted on: 2017 February 6
nigeria adsense money

Make More Money from Adsense

How to improve your earning potential with Adsense. 

 

We have compose a very easy to read and understand guide. With little or no ambiguous words that  usually confuse readers. Experts in this  field, believe  average amount of time anyone spends on a page is 10 seconds. This average is termed as the  “bounce rate”. This means that if your site is difficult to understand,  navigate, or is badly designed, then your bounce rate will be very high.

Below are some  points to follow to increase your Adsense earning

Compelling  Content – In order to generate clicks on Adsense, you need to have a rich content. This means that your write-up must be substantial enough, and it has to be matched with the right images. Most of the time, people just post an ad without care for the over-all design. Adsense does not run on pure luck. Remember to put an effort into it.

People simply stay on pages that provide some kind of value. If you  don’t have the content that the visitor is after, then they will simply leave your site and never come back. Having good content is extremely important, because it ties into the most important principal, that a well-designed website will have a good CTR.

The contents of your site should provide value to the users. Once the content of your page meets the approval of the people, they will keep coming back to look for the information that they need. The longer they stay on your page, the greater are the chances for them clicking on an ad.

 

Over Kill –  Avoid  one of the  major pitfall, over using AdSense. The common misconception about ads online is that the more  Ads you add on a page, the more clicks you will receive. This is not true, rather the more Ads the more messy your site will look and  users will be turn off.

One of the best ways to increase your AdSense ‘click-through-rate’, or CTR, is to decrease the number of your ads on a page.  To one or maximum two.

 

Ads Placement Location –  Page Layout is very important, this also influences how usable is your site for your users. You should place your Ads on a Location where it is easy for users to click it. There are some tools available.

As a rule of thumb, place it on your most busiest page and nicely at the top or RHS.  It all depends on your page Layout. Placing it on the footer on a long page, might not be visible to many users. Not all users have the patience to scroll down on a long page.

 

Write Content That Links between pages  Within Your Site –  This means users will navigate from  one page  to another within your site. This increase their pages per visit, which produces more ad impressions.  But ensure it is not random links but relevant linking.

 

Shorten  readable Page URL – Pages with short url and relevant  page title brings in traffic, this increase page impression and means high CTR

Traffic – As the number of people clicking on  your  site increases, the more money you make. If no one visits your site, you make no money.

Niche – Target those niches where advertisers in large numbers are actively trying to seek more and more customers. E.g cheap phone cards, best data plan

Colour Blending – Web page optimization is one important consideration in AdSense but this should not be overdone. You need to lay out your web pages so the ads blend in with your site. Studies have revealed that people who visit sites that contain ads  with  colors not in harmony with the actual Web site tend to develop “ad blindness”. This means they tend to ignore the links, so no matter how much traffic comes into your site, chances are no one will click the ads. If no one clicks, you make nothing.

Remember to blend your  site background or color to match with your Ads.

 

This is by no means an exhaustive list. Will be continuously edited.

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: | January 20, 2017

Posted on: 2017 January 20
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Binary Options

The No-nonsense Guide on Trading in Binary Option.

Binary options  allows you to trade on a wide range of financial assets, including currencies, stocks, bitcoin and commodities. To make money trading, you need to have the ability predict if the assets will go up in value or down in the future.

If  you predict prices will drop in the future, you opt for Put and Call for  rise in asset.

If your prediction is accurate  you can make a profit of up to the % of your investment.

We will assume readers know how to  to trade binary options, we will  focus on mistakes to avoid.

 

types of Binary options

 – high low

– one touch

– range

To win with High Low binary requires that the price at maturity is higher than the initial price set when the option is bought. Winning the Put option  requires that the price is lower than the initial price.

To win  One Touch binary option requires the  price has to touch at least once a set price before the maturity.

While the to win  No Touch option.  The set price has to  never reached before the maturity.
To win  Range binary option requires the final price is between an upper bound and a lower bound.

Key Facts..

– Whenever a trader wins a trade, the broker has to pay the profit from its own pocket. This is the truth and do not believe in any other theory that anyone tries to feed you

If you don’t have an honest broker, say goodbye to your wins or profit.

Honest broker is a must.

– In truth, making profits in binary trading isn’t possible unless you use results-oriented strategies

– Binary option by design is a pro-broker and anti-trader instrument.

– Brokers make money whenever a trader lose

– Monitor  rise and low

– Choose the right time to start trading

– Candle light chart is recommend, the candles are shown in colour, with the respective time period which asset  has risen or fallen. It is particularly suited because it displays  interval.

– A strategy is very important. Without one, you will lose your money faster than you know

Failing to factor earnings or dividend payment dates into your options strategy
It pays to keep track of earnings and dividends dates for your underlying stock.  If you have sold calls and there’s a dividend approaching, it increases the probability you may be assigned early. This is especially true if the dividend is expected to be large. That’s because option owners have no rights to a dividend. In order to collect it, the option trader has to exercise the option and buy the underlying stock.

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: | August 30, 2016

Posted on: 2016 August 30
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Dont Trade in Commodities Before Reading

Don’t Trade in Commodities Before Reading

Commodities are natural resources that have a global market, most of which fall into four categories of trading commodities which include: Energy (including crude oil, heating oil, natural gas and gasoline) Metals (including gold, silver, platinum and copper) Livestock and Meat (including lean hogs, pork bellies, live cattle and feeder cattle) Agricultural (including corn, soybeans, wheat, rice, cocoa, coffee, cotton and sugar).

Most commodities have a limited geographic distribution. Only certain nations, regions, or companies have economic access to these specific resources, but virtually every region needs the resources. Hence, a large global market has developed to enable the distribution of commodities from their most economical sources to where it is needed.

Commodities are physical assets and include metals such as gold, silver and copper, oil and gas, and so-called ‘soft’ commodities such as wheat, sugar and cocoa bean etc

Investment into  commodity such as precious metals has grown  significantly over the past decade, While gold has acted as a store of value for thousands of years, the recent performance of precious metals, their diversification benefits and inflationary concerns have restarted the discussion of this investment in commodity market.

Commodity prices have almost tripled over the previous decade.

Getting involve  in commodities usually involves buying physical assets, such as gold coins or bars. This can be expensive, including the cost of storage and insurance. It is wise to buy at a low price but this can be difficult to achieve, particularly when buying in small quantities.

Investing in commodity,  such as oil and gas is by  buying  shares in companies such as BP, Royal Dutch Shell or Tullow Oil. The same applies to ‘soft’ commodity companies.

Other ways of accessing the commodity market is via   investment fund. This  is an easy way to access the commodity sector because there provide a degree of diversification.  They will typically invest directly in a variety of commodities as well as in production companies.

Some other ways of  investing in the commodity market is via Passive funds.  This  have also risen in popularity over the past few years, with ETPs (exchange traded products) becoming a viable way to access commodities either indirectly or directly.

Equity-based commodity exchange traded funds invest in shares of commodity companies, whereas exchange traded commodities  are instruments that track the price of the commodity or a basket of commodities.

However, ETFs only track an index such as oil futures, so there is little room for manoeuvre.

 

Commodity prices, like the prices of everything else, depends on supply and demand. Increased demand and lower supply increases prices, and vice versa. And because the supply-demand equilibrium for any commodity continually changes, so does its price.

Need to know before Trading Commodity

1. SEASON – The prices of many commodities are  affected by the season, especially agricultural products. For instance, corn usually peaks in March and April before the growing season, and reaches a low in September and October.

Also crude oil prices tend to rise in the summer because of increased driving for vacations, while natural gas peaks in the winter since its main use is to heat homes.

2. Inflation – Commodities like real estate is a  natural hedge against inflation. In fact, a rise in commodity prices may be the 1st sign of inflation. Indeed, if rapid inflation seems imminent, then commodities may rise even faster, because people will be moving money out of investments that don’t offer a hedge against inflation to the commodity markets to protect their assets.

As people moved much of their money out of stocks, bonds, and real estate, they moved some of it into the commodities market, which pushed up the prices of commodities, and further depressed stock prices because the profits of many companies are diminished when commodity prices are higher. This was the primary reason why oil prices increased 150% during the spring and summer of 2008 and naturally this increases costs for most companies, since virtually every depends on oil to some extent.

3. Weather/Forecasting –  forecast of a colder than normal winter may cause the price of frozen orange juice to shoot up or the threat of another war in Nigeria or the Middle East may cause oil prices to spike or the threat of hurricanes that can limit oil refining can cause the price of gasoline to spike, which happened after Hurricane Katrina damaged oil refineries in the Gulf of Mexico. During the spring and summer of 2008 crude oil went from under $100 per barrel to almost $150 per barrel due mostly to speculation.

4. Political – There are also geopolitical risks with many commodities. Events in countries of major suppliers of commodities can cause the prices of commodities to gyrate wildly from day-to-day, such as happens to oil prices whenever there is civil conflict in Nigeria that may threaten the supply of oil. A major geopolitical risk for companies that extract natural resources is the threat of nationalization or major increases in taxes. For instance, in 2006, Bolivia nationalized the natural gas industry, and expelled the foreigners of companies that were extracting and processing their natural gas.

5. Currency fluctuation – Another major risk is currency risk, where the value of the currency used to buy the commodity can decline with respect to the currencies of the major suppliers of that commodity. For instance, when the value of the United States dollar declines against major currencies, the price of oil increases.

Hence, to be successful  intimate knowledge of both the commodity and its market is necessary. Success also requires constant monitoring of  news that may affect the supply and demand of the commodity, since the price depends on it.

 

 

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Posted by: | August 1, 2016

Posted on: 2016 August 1
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Dont Buy Stock before Reading

Dont Buy Stock before Reading

Stock simply means the share of ownership in a company’s assets, profits or earnings. Meaning when you buy and own a stock, then you own part of that company whose stock you bought. You now  have a share in her assets and profits relating to the amount of the stocks which you  have bought.

Be warned stock exchange can be risky. There is no guarantee on individual stocks in the stock market, when the stock goes bankrupt then your investment is worth zero.

Before buying Stock

A stock might look tempting at the moment but how will the stock look like in the next one or two years.

Will it keep  appreciating?  Your ability to predict the appreciation in the market performance of a stock is very important here.

Look out  for the stock that is trading heavily at the moment. The quantity traded and value of shares.

Understanding the financial market and  been able to interpret financial figures and tables/graphs.

Research, research and more research the market  Capitalization of a company – It is the current share price multiplied by all outstanding shares. This gives you a general idea of the size of a company. 

Price to Earnings Ratio :   It is the  price to earnings of a  company’s current share price divided by its EPS. This amount will show you about what investors are willing to pay per dollar of earnings. It can also be used as a metric to determine how much a company is over or undervalued.

Growth stock – The basic idea behind a growth stock is that you want to buy it when it’s not worth much and then sell it when it’s worth a lot. A growth stock investment strategy attempts to find companies that are already experiencing high growth and are expected to continue to do so into the foreseeable future. 

Only invest money you willing to lose, don’t invest your life saving.

Analyse  company financial statement. Check to see how well the company was doing in the recent past, this will give you an idea of how the future of a company will likely shape in few months.

 

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Posted by: | July 30, 2016

Posted on: 2016 July 30
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Financial Market Jargon Buster

Financial  Market Jargon Buster

A financial market is a market that brings buyers and sellers together to trade in financial assets such as stocks, bonds, commodities, derivatives and currencies. The purpose of a financial market is to set prices for global trade, raise capital and transfer liquidity and risk. Although there are many components to a financial market, two of the most commonly used are money markets and capital markets.

Stock : A stock is a type of security that signifies ownership in a corporation and represents a claim on part of the corporation’s assets and earnings.

Derivatives :  A derivative is a security with a price that is dependent upon or derived from one or more underlying assets. The derivative itself is a contract between two or more parties based upon the asset or assets. Its value is determined by fluctuations in the underlying asset.

Comodities : It is any useful or valuable thing, especially something that is bought and sold. Grain, vegetables, and precious metals are commodities.

Venture capital : Venture capital is financing that investors provide to startup companies and small businesses that are believed to have long-term growth potential.

Domiciliary account : This is an account that allows you save in US Dollars, Pounds Sterling or Euro; with your money valued at the prevailing exchange rate.

Bond: A bond is a debt investment in which an investor loans money to an entity (typically corporate or governmental) which borrows the funds for a defined period of time at a variable or fixed interest rate. Bonds are used by companies, municipalities, states and sovereign governments to raise money and finance a variety of projects and activities.

Equity : Equity is the value of an asset less the value of all liabilities on that asset.

Bank Equity : The bank capital represents the value of a bank’s equity instruments that can absorb losses and have the lowest priority in payments, if the bank liquidates.

Stock Trading : A stock trader or equity trader or share trader is a person or company involved in trading equity securities. Stock traders may be an agent, hedger, arbitrageur, speculator, stockbroker or investor.

Libor :  Libor stands for London interbank offered rate. The interest rate at which banks offer to lend funds (wholesale money) to one another in the international interbank market. Libor is a key benchmark rate that reflects how much it costs banks to borrow from each other.

Money market : Money market is basically refers to a section of the financial market where financial instruments with high liquidity and short-term maturities are traded.

Capital market : Capital markets are markets for buying and selling equity and debt instruments.

Financial securities :A security, in a financial context, is a certificate or other financial instrument that has monetary value and can be traded.

Futures : Contracts for assets (especially commodities or shares) bought at agreed prices but delivered and paid for later. It is a tradeable financial contract.

Debt Instrument : A debt instrument is a paper or electronic obligation that enables the issuing party to raise funds by promising to repay a lender in accordance with terms of a contract.

Financial Instrument : Financial instruments are assets that can be traded.

Financial Cap : An upper limit (same as ceiling), or to set an upper limit. In finance, this is normally used with respect to interest rates

Growth stock – The basic idea behind a growth stock is that you want to buy it when it’s not worth much and then sell it when it’s worth a lot.

 

Mutual funds : A mutual fund is nothing more than a collection of stocks and/or bonds. You can think of a mutual fund as a company that brings together a group of people and invests their money in stocks, bonds, and other securities.

Treasury Instrument : Treasury bonds, bills and notes are also known as Treasury instruments. In finance, an instrument is a real or virtual document that represents a legal agreement having a monetary value, as all Treasury instruments do.

Economic Capital : Economic capital is the amount of capital that a firm, usually in financial services, needs to ensure that the company stays solvent. Economic capital is calculated internally and is the amount of capital the firm should have to support any risks it takes on

Growth stock  :  The basic idea behind a growth stock is that you want to buy it when it’s not worth much and then sell it when it’s worth a lot (“buy low, sell high”)

Equity Financing – Issuing of stocks to the general public, this is called equity financing.

Stock quote or stock table is  a table with columns and rows showing financial and performance record of stocks usually within a period of time.

Dividends : Sum of money paid regularly  by a company to its shareholders out of its profits decided by the board of directors, to a class of its shareholders. Dividends can be issued as cash payments, as shares of stock, or other property.

Market Capitalization :

It is the current share price multiplied by all outstanding shares. This gives you a general idea of the size of a company. 

Price to Earnings Ratio :  It is the  price to earnings of a  company’s current share price divided by its EPS. This amount will show you about what investors are willing to pay per dollar of earnings. It can also be used as a metric to determine how much a company is over or undervalued.

Exchange Traded Funds

: Are funds that track indexes like the NASDAQ-100 Index, S&P 500, Dow Jones, etc. When you buy shares of an ETF, you are buying shares of a portfolio that tracks the yield and return of its native index.

ETF

ETN

EFC

EBC

Investment Fund

: An investment fund is a way of investing money alongside other investors in order to benefit from the inherent advantages of working as part of a group. It  is a supply of capital belonging to numerous investors used to collectively purchase securities while each investor retains ownership and control of his own shares. An investment fund provides a broader selection of investment opportunities, greater management expertise and lower investment fees than investors might be able to obtain on their own.

Hedge Fund :  In general, a hedge fund is a private partnership that operates with little to no regulation from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). A hedge fund uses a range of investment techniques and invests in a wide array of assets to generate a higher return for a given level of risk than what’s expected of normal investments. In many cases, hedge funds are managed to generate a consistent level of return, regardless of what the market does.

This article will be continuously updated – Greenaira Team

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Posted by: | July 29, 2016

Posted on: 2016 July 29