Daily Archives: January 26th, 2016

Prudent financial planning: A key to good living.

download.jpgGetting in good financial shape can pay off really well! Spending wisely, saving what you can, managing debt effectively, paying bills on time, investing, and having some money safely put away can make you feel real good.

Also knowing that, where your money is going may mean more money for you to enjoy the things that are really important to you makes you feel fabulous!  You want to feel good about your money no matter where you are in life: whether you are saving for your first home, sending your children to the University, or planning for longer-term goals, like retirement.

Prudent financial planning is a key to happiness. The rule is to: “Stick to Your High Standards and Gut Feeling, Regardless!”

Please remember the value of investments can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount you initially invested. If you have any doubts about which investment product is right for you, please contact your financial adviser.

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GSE snapshot: 2 losers and 1 gainer [Tuesday January 26, 2016]

GSE closes with two (2) losers and one (1) gainer on Tuesday January 26, 2016.

  • Volume Traded was 253,929.00
  • Market Capitalization was 56,738.69 million cedis
  • All Share Index was 1,998.19 pts
  • Index Change was 1.64 pts
  • Year-to-Date of 0.16%

At the end of Tuesday’s trading session, a total of 253,929 shares valued at GH¢1,062,902.37 were traded. Thirteen equities traded with two losers and one gainer. SOGEGH gained one pesewa to close at GH¢0.83 per share.  Whilst PZC lost one pesewa to close at GH¢ 0.32 per share, and CAL also lost two pesewas to close at GH¢1.02 per share.

As a result of these price changes, the GSE Composite Index lost 1.64 points to close at 1,998.19 representing a year-to-date gain of 0.16%.

Please remember the value of investments can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount you initially invested. If you have any doubts about which investment product is right for you please contact your financial adviser.

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