Friday, June 13, 2008

Safaricom Shares: To go Short or Long Term? The Right Way Revealed

With short term trading, you have to speculate which shares are going to be most volatile. In this case you see profits immediately but if you speculate on the wrong stock, you might end up losing part of your investment capital. If the company you are vested in is fundamentally strong with a strong upside potential, you will lose out on big potential gains if you were to cash out too early. For Safaricom Shares: To go Short or Long Term? The Right Way Revealed One of the advantages of short term investing ……..READ MORE

2 comments:

Benin "Mwangi" said...

Branded, as flawed as the Safaricom IPO was, it is obvious that this company represents the hope of Kenya.

It is by far the most profitable company in all of East Africa. I am kicking myself in the rear end time when the international community thought Kenya was crazy for rejecting aid offers, the Kenyan gov't raised over 236 billion shillings through the IPO at a time when it desperately needed funds to recoup from the 2007 elections aftermath.

I think now is the time for the KE govt to sell more shares to fight the rampant inflation the country is experiencing right now.

there was a great article about it on a blog called kenya political; that article inspired me to do my own investigation into Kenya's inflation and led me to believe that Safaricom can once again come in to help save the day.

branded said...

Benin,
Thanks for the great links. I am trying to do a piece on Inflationary pressure on the Hospitality industry, these links come in very handy..Great work at Cheetah Index

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