Companies whose shares fetch good returns
As an individual investor, you need an expert advice in order to pick the right shares. This is because there are both good and bad shares sold in the same Stock Exchange Market. So you should be able to make researches questions and find out all there is to know about companies whose shares are good before you stake you hard earned currency.
The following shares according to the Business Day newspaper of Wednesday the 9th of March 2005 can make you rich: First bank, Union bank, Guinness, Nigerian breweries, Guarantee Trust bank, Access bank, Oceanic bank, Cadbury, Nestles, Unilever, Niemeth, Flour mills, Texaco, WAPCO, PZ, UAC, Oando, Total , Mobil and Conoil.
Another report from the punch of Tuesday the 15th of august 2006 equally presented the following as companies whose shares fetch good returns: First bank, Union bank, Bank PHB, Access bank, Skye bank, Nestle, Cadbury, Flour Mills, Nigerian Bottling Company, Seven Up, Unilever, PZ, UAC, WAPCO, Ashaka, Benue Cement, Total and Mobil.
Other good shares based on other thorough researches include: Intercontinental bank, UBA, Okomu Oil, Presco, Texaco, UACN, C&I, Evans, May & Baker, Conerstone, Glasosmithkine, Prestige, Nem, Fidelity bank, Crusader, etc.
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