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Atlas Development Support Services - Why Ethiopia?

Atlas Development Support Services is an African focused support services and logistics company with established offices across East Africa as well as Liberia. The company provides support service solutions to various sectors including oil & gas, mining, construction, NGOs and the Government. It is cross listed on the London Stock Exchange AIM, and the Growth Enterprise Market Segment of the Nairobi Securities Exchange

10:08 am Friday January 08, 2016 – Maydith Limited (Maydith Limited)

A brief on Equity Group Holdings

Equity Bank Group operates in five geographical markets: Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda and Tanzania. Its intrinsic value ranges between KES 49.46 to of KES 55.32. Its achievements, leadership and strategies continue to propel it as a bank worth investing in

10:49 am Wednesday December 23, 2015 – Eyden Capital Limited (Eyden Capital)

The Potential of Kengen

KenGen is the leading electric-power generation company in Kenya, producing about 80 percent of electricity consumed in the country. Analysts forecast its share price at around KES 13.32 compared to the current market price of Ksh 7.80. Here is why we would invest in this stock with a long term view.

3:22 pm Wednesday December 16, 2015 – Eyden Capital Limited (Eyden Capital)

Part 9: Being a Good Company Does'nt Mean Being a Good Stock

The common market myth that evaluating a company and evaluating a stock is the same thing is a misconception. At face value this may seem to be fairly logical, but on close scrutiny, there is a great deal of difference between evaluating a stock and evaluating a company.

12:23 pm Wednesday December 16, 2015 – Rufus Mwanyasi (myStocks Contributors)

Why you should accumulate Safaricom shares

According to research carried out by various investment analysts, the intrinsic value of the Safaricom share ranges between KES 18.67 to KES 20.69. A consensus forecast survey carried out by 16 polled investment analysts covering Safaricom Limited concluded that the company may outperform the market.

5:51 pm Friday December 11, 2015 – Eyden Capital Limited (Eyden Capital)

Part 8: Buy the Rumour, Sell the Fact

Common Market Myths - Buy the Rumour, Sell the Fact: This myth implies that an investor privy to the hottest and most important rumours that move the markets attains a special position within the financial world

6:09 pm Thursday December 10, 2015 – Rufus Mwanyasi (myStocks Contributors)

Part 7: You Can't Go Broke Taking a Profit

Common Market Myth - You Can't Go Broke Taking a Profit: For many investors, taking profits is always done with little consideration to expenses incurred and slippage. As a result, what may look like profitable positions in a portfolio, may actually yield negative returns once expenses are factored in

2:54 pm Monday December 07, 2015 – Rufus Mwanyasi (myStocks Contributors)

Part 6: A Paper Loss Is Not a Loss

The idea that a loss or gain isn't considered "realised" until both sides of the transaction are complete is an often repeated myth in investment circles. But is this the right way to look at things?

2:51 pm Friday December 04, 2015 – Rufus Mwanyasi (myStocks Contributors)

Part 5: If Institutional Investors are Buying, Then The Stock Must Be a very Good

Common Market Myths: If Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs), or Domestic Institutional Investors (DIIs) are Buying, Then the Stock Must be Very good. These type of investing entities are often referred to as "smart money" and are estimated to account for as much a huge chunk of all trading activity

2:38 pm Friday November 13, 2015 – Rufus Mwanyasi (myStocks Contributors)

Part 4: Cut Your Losses and Let Your Profits Run.

Common Market Myths: Cut Your Losses and Let Your Profits Run.

3:40 pm Thursday November 05, 2015 – Rufus Mwanyasi (myStocks Contributors)
 

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