The Nigerian Stock Exchange and the Private Investor

  title={The Nigerian Stock Exchange and the Private Investor},
  author={N. Abdullahi and A. Wakelam},
  journal={Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics},
  pages={183 - 202}
The findings of this research suggests that the Nigerian private investors like their counterparts elsewhere (e.g. the U.S.A. and the U.K.) do like both capital appreciation and dividend income. Furthermore, the majority of the respondents preferred to invest in ordinary shares rather than in any other securities on the Stock Exchange. Indeed it was found that other forms of securities, especially the government development stocks or bonds, were little known to the respondents. The majority of… Expand


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