Stock Exchange

Find the best stocks to buy on the Nigeria Exchange Group (NGX). This section is specifically designed for buyers and sellers of equities, shares, bonds, and Exchange Traded Products on the Nigeria Stock Exchange

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Why You Should Not Store Your Money in Naira – NESG DG

On Wednesday, January 26, 2022, the US dollar traded at NGN575 at the parallel market while hyperinflation has made the value of the Nigerian currency worthless in its purchasing power. read more

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When Will I Receive My MTN Share Allotment?

As of Wednesday, January 26, 2022, those who participated in the MTN Public Offer were yet to receive their share allotment, though there were speculations the allotment had begun. read more

Find Your Shareholder Account Number in Nigeria

2 Ways To Find Your Shareholder Account Number in Nigeria

The shareholder account number is one of the requirements to begin the process of claiming a long-abandoned dividend in Nigeria. If you’re among those who don’t know where their share certificate is kept, there is another way to retrieve it, provided you can remember the name of the company from which you bought the share. read more

How To Calculate Unclaimed Dividend

How To Calculate Unclaimed Dividend

In the 1990s and 2000s, hundreds of Nigerians bought shares, unfortunately, most of them never followed up on how to receive their dividends, they bought stocks and walked away, the abandonment is called an unclaimed dividend. read more

BUA Cement Stock Performance

BUA Cement Stock Performance from 2020 Till Date

On January 9, 2020, BUA Cement Plc was listed on the Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX) with the trading ticker BUACEMENT and N1.18trillon market capitalisation. The company’s entry into cement manufacturing started as a cement-importing firm. read more


5 Biggest Companies in Nigeria By Market Cap in 2021

There were five quoted companies on the Nigeria Exchange (NGX) that influenced the overall market position and the national economy in 2021 using their contribution to the market capitalisation. read more

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BUA Foods Shares Performance From January 5, 2022 Till Date

BUA Foods sold 1,006,998,462 units of its shares Wednesday, January 5, 2022, on the Nigeria Exchange Limited (NGX) less than 12 hours it was listed on the stock exchange with just 74 trades valued at NGN40,533,945,898.00 (NGN40.5billion) read more

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MTN Nigeria Stock Performance from 2019 Till Date

Incorporated on November 8, 2000, MTN Nigeria (MTNN) is part of the MTN Group, Africa’s leading cellular telecommunications company with operations in the Middle East. read more

Nigerian Exchange Trading Hours

Nigerian Exchange Trading Hours

Formerly known as the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) is a place where stock, equities and securities of companies that have been listed are traded by certified stockbrokers. read more

Ronchess Global Resources Shares

How To Buy Ronchess Global Resources Shares

One of the ways to tap into investing opportunities of companies listed on the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) is to closely monitor activities or talk to registered and regulated stockbrokers or an investment advisor. read more

Share Allotment in Nigeria

What Is Share Allotment?

Some newcomers in stocks who participated in the just-concluded Public Offer (PO) by MTN Nigeria taught once you buy a stock that’s all. Here is what you need to know about the allotment of shares and what the Company and Allied Matters (CAMA) says about the process of issuing them. read more

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50 Performing Stocks in Nigeria You Can Buy

Hundreds of people who want to invest in stocks either don’t know how to get started or don’t have enough information about stocks in Nigeria which they can buy, we’ll guide you on how you can the technological advancement in stocks trading. read more

e-dividend mandate form to claim unclaimed dividend

How to Activate e-Dividend in Nigeria Through Mandate Form

If you subscribed to a public offer between 2005 to 2010, you’re most likely to be one among the millions of shareholders who received their share and dividend certificate via the postal system. read more

Stockbrokers in Nigeria

List of Stockbrokers in Nigeria Approved by SEC

Some years back buying stocks was done through a paper application which meant that anyone who wanted to buy shares had to locate a physical address of stockbrokers in Nigeria to purchase a public offer. read more

how to buy mtn share on primary offer app by NGX

How To Buy MTN Share Using PrimaryOffer App in 14 Easy Steps

On December 1, 2021, MTN Nigeria made a public statement that it would be selling part of its shares to Nigerians who were interested in buying stocks, the question some Nigerians have been asking since the digital sale began are: 1) how can buy MTN Share? 2) Do I need to go to my bank to purchase the much anticipated public offer? read more

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6 Ways To Invest In U.S. Stocks With As Low As $10 From Nigeria

Some years back, an investor had to locate a stock broker, fill forms, and wait till the end of the financial year to receive dividend which were usually delivered through the postal service. It was even more difficult to invest in foreign stock back then. Today, that has changed, FinTech has simplified foreign investments and cross-border securities transactions.

You can now buy stocks, Exchange Traded Fund (ETFs), and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) among others right on your phone. Not just that, you can also monitor the performance of your portfolio real time: anywhere and any time with a browsing data-enabled device.

So, how can you invest in profitable companies in the United States right from Nigeria? You don’t need to hold U.S. passport neither do you need to be a U.S. citizen to buy shares in U.S-based companies.

What are stocks?

Also known as shares, equities, stocks gives you a say, voting and a portion of ownership in a company, meaning you take a portion of the company’s profit at the end of a financial year.

The profit could be inform of cash which is credited into your wallet (depending how how the platform is designed)  bonus shares, and increasing value.

Is it safe to invest in foreign stocks from Nigeria?

The first thing to do before buying share in any company is to check the integrity and the legitimacy of such firm if it has the required licence to carry out business.

Sometimes in May 2021, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said it was monitoring brokers that sell foreign stocks in Nigeria.

The commission has the capacity to monitor and regulate stocks operating within Nigeria’s jurisdiction, as such it has the power to licence firms that offer foreign stocks to Nigeria.

SEC’s Executive Commissioner of Operations, Mr Dayo Obisan, was quoted in an interview with Bloomberg as saying that there are rules on foreign investments.

“Broadly speaking, all capital market instruments are registrable – equities, bonds, units of investment funds, derivatives, etc.”

It’s also important to carry out a personal due diligence, ask questions, dig into the operations and activities of the investment brokers or partners.

We noticed that some of the firms that offer foreign stocks and investment services in Nigeria do so by partnering with U.S-based brokers.


Investing in stocks isn’t a get rich quick scheme. And carefully read the Terms and Conditions of the company involved.

6 Investment Companies That Allow You To Buy Foreign Shares From Nigeria read more


How To Setup CSCS Account in Nigeria

Sometimes ago, one of the most trending topics in Nigeria’s political landscape was the plan of the Federal Government to borrow unclaimed dividends and monies in dormant bank accounts. Can you stop the FG from taking that action? Definitely NO! Because the FG is invoking the Finance Act 2020. While you think about your shares in banks, you can also consider an investment in a corporate bond. read more

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