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Welcome to WBB of Wallstreet Podcast. Here we focus on fundamentals to fortunes. This is where we talk about how the the Little guy wins in this world. Be it through stocks or any other way to make income. As well as give motivation and have some funny stories about business. Daily Uploads. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nickalexg/support
 
Traditional media on Finance has become too commercial and one sided. We strive to show the truth behind the current topics in the financial news today. We strive to be fully transparent and would love to see your comments on our videos however since Patrick Morehead is an actual financial advisor the SEC does not allow comments on Youtube Videos. We would still love to hear form you about potential topics, things you like and of course things we can work on. Please reach out to us at Hello@ ...
 
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In this episode, we discuss the partnership between Kenya Airways and South Africa Airlines, and what it means for both parties, share investor concerns on Kengen, and touch on Uber eats venture into creating and curing munchies. Listen to this episode to understand why the KQ/SAA partnership might not fly, hear KenGen response to the Auditor's qua…
 
In this episode, we talk to Jan and Michiel from Etherisc on the use case of blockchain in agricultural insurance. We discuss the use cases and benefits and use cases of parametric insurance and smart contracts in the agricultural insurance in East Africa such as bridging affordability and speeding payouts. Listen to this podcast to learn how param…
 
Last week, market indices were on the red, KCB, Cooperative Bank, and Alibaba reported their earnings and investors on the NSE held their breath for November 22, the debut of day trading at the NSE. Tune in to catch up on the debut of Day trading at the NSE, what ailed the markets last week, and why Alibaba missed analysts' revenue expectations. Bi…
 
In this episode, we talk to Pramod Bagalwadi, CEO DHL Global Forwarding for Sub Saharan Africa on how the African Free Continental Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) will boost intra African trade. We break down how receptive national borders under the AfCFTA could benefit African MSMEs through freer movement of people, goods, and resources, allowing them to…
 
In this podcast, we talk to Mutomboi Mundia, Director, Market Supervision and Development at the SEC in Zambia on the role of equality and gender representation in developing sustainable African capital markets, in the case of Zambia. Join us as we tackle issues that are key to boosting both participation and representation of women in African capi…
 
23 Years and 15 million subscribers later, MTN Uganda is IPOing on the Uganda Securities Exchange. Join Eric Jackson and Wim Vanhelleputte as they break down the IPO, detailing the incentives, the opportunities, the risk factors and the onboarding process for investors. Listen to this podcast now to learn why the Telco operator chose to list now, h…
 
In this episode we discuss Central Bank of Kenya's Directive to suspend the listing of negative information of borrowers with loans under Ksh 5 million that were previously performing but went under from 1 October 2021, the suspension of clearance certificates as a requirement for job application, the shining results of Safaricom and Equity Group a…
 
In this episode, we host Takudzwa Mutasa, a partner at DPI to discuss the opportunity for investment in Africa, the role of impact and sustainability in building valuable businesses and exit options for investors in the continent. Join us as we break down the importance of partnership, value creation expertise, and impact-focused investment process…
 
In this episode, Eric Asuma talks to Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa and CFO Dilip Pal on the developments in Ethiopia following the state of emergency, the shifting conflict and delays in the US DFC $500 million loan. Tune in to understand why Safaricom is still optimistic about launching in Ethiopia in mid-2022 despite the shifting conflict, its Capex…
 
Last week, the Safaricom stock took a beating, declining by 6.07% to Ksh 40.20 following worsening conditions in Ethiopia and US DFC's delay in disbursing the $500million to finance its Ethiopia entry. Equity Group reported an 85% jump in Q3 profit before tax to Ksh 36.6 Billion from Ksh 19.7 billion in Q3 2020. Globally, Uber reported its first-ev…
 
In this weekly episode of We Are Curious, we discuss banks' decision to request additional security in case the value of collateral like land depreciates, explore the push to declare Safaricom as a dominant player in Kenya's Telco space, and take notes from the plunge of the Squid Game Crypto. Get all your podcasts directly through the Hisa App on …
 
Last week, Kengen reported a 94.6% decline in net profit to Ksh 1.2 billion following higher tax expenses. Revenue was up 4% to Ksh 4.5 billion attributed to geothermal, hydro and diversification projects. Kenya Power bounced back to profitability reporting a Ksh 1.5 billion net profit, a 216% jump in pretax profit and 17% dip in operating expenses…
 
In this episode, Eric Jackson talks to Khula Co-founder and CEO Karidas Tshintsholo on making a business case for agriculture in Africa through availing inputs that allow subsistence farmers to try commercial agriculture, building a marketplace that connects farmers to bulk buyers and establishing platforms for farmers to raise funds for their oper…
 
Last week, the NSE announced that it will introduce day trading in November, allowing investors to trade on a security multiple times a day. The president, upon lifting the curfew, ordered the National Treasury to raise the threshold for cash transaction reporting to favour MSMEs. Regionally, DHL announced that it is closing its e-commerce site eSh…
 
In this episode, we talk to Anthony Kirui on the status of Kenya's capital markets, specifically looking at improving access for retail investors, heading against foreign outflows and moving away from safe bets like government securities. This episode follows the release of the 2021 Africa Financial Markets Index, where Kenya's market attractivenes…
 
Last Week, HF Group announced the appointment of Olive Mugenda, a known reformist and chairperson at the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital. Benchmark indices ended the week lower as major stocks on the exchange went red, including Safaricom. However, the overall market activity was high. Equity turnover was up 53.2% to Ksh 3.2 bill…
 
In this episode, we sit with Joanita Lunkuse - Jaggwe to discuss the role of women in spearheading macroeconomic growth in Africa through taking leadership roles in sectors like Finance and Agriculture, and how increasing access to opportunities and proper succession planning could be the bridge to tapping into the benefits of having women in top l…
 
In this episode, Mwakaneno chats with Luke Ombara, Director Policy and Market Development at the Capital Market Authority Kenya on the representation and participation of women in Kenya compared to other African markets. We discuss the role of policies like the corporate governance code and the 2/3 gender rule in bridging gender parity on boards an…
 
Last week, we saw investor uncertainty across global markets, following the rise of inflation across the globe that could last for long. On the NSE, the NASI was up 3.04 points, the NSE 25 was 32.37 basis points. The NSE 20 share index dropped 1.13%. Highlights: Limuru Tea was the top gainer last week, up 10% to Ksh 330 shillings, following an earl…
 
In this episode, Maurice Makoloo, Senior Director-Africa Hub at the Habitat of Humanity discusses what it takes to build resilient housing in Africa, while still following the tenets of affordability and maintaining cultural sensitivity. Mwakaneno and Maurice break down the multifaceted roles which houses play, from serving as educational centres, …
 
This week, the high court ruled that there is an intricate link between Uber BV and Uber Kenya, a decision that could allow uber drivers in Kenya to sue both companies for fare reductions on the platform. Join Mwakaneno and Nicole as they travel back to 2016, the genesis of the court case against uber, to break down the different arguments in the c…
 
In partnership with BitcoinKe, we recently interviewed Umar Bukenya, Uganda Ecosystem lead at cLabs and Daniel Kimotho, Kenya Ecosystem Lead at cLabs, a member of the Alliance for Prosperity and part of the community working on Celo. cLabs has built an open, decentralized platform, designed to support stable coins and tokenized assets, which are op…
 
This week, we saw Kenya's monthly inflation skyrocket to a 19 month high of 6.91% largely driven by higher fuel costs and fuel, grew ecstatic of the Presidential directive for lower electricity tariffs, watched legislators circle the unpopular petroleum levy and held our breaths for Nigeria's eNaira. Listen to this episode to find out what's drivin…
 
In this episode, Catherine Musakali breaks down the role of company policy in creating inclusive workspaces and nurturing spaces for women to rise to board levels. Catherine and Mwakaneno discuss how gender-sensitive policies like job share, and telecommuting allow women to grow their careers while still addressing other responsibilities in their l…
 
Last week, we watched Asia come to the reality of Evergrande's fall, which is dragging Asian markets. In the US, investors grapple with anticipation as the US Central Bank Tapering process approaches its end mid next year, and Nike takes a blow from Vietnam's shutdown. Locally, NSE giants bowed down slightly, and the indices went blood red. Listen …
 
In 2017, the World Economic Forum noted that female talent remains one of the most underutilized business resource. In this podcast, Nuru Mugambi and Hedwige Nuyens explore whether and how much that has changed in the past 4 years in the role women play in the financial service sector. The duo recap Hedwige's non-traditional path to becoming the Ma…
 
In this episode, Mwakaneno Gakweli talks to Paul Kimani about his experience building a Digital HR solution, the hard questions that helped the company find product-market fit, and how the startup faced off with legacy systems. We then break down how digital HR systems are solving everyday problems like payments, and how they could cut wastages lik…
 
Last week, Equity turnover rose 24.6% to Ksh 2.51 billion despite a 1% decline in the top five companies on the exchange. Safaricom accounted for Ksh 1.4 billion traded, whereas the top five counters accounted for 89.62% of the activity on the market. Listen to this podcast to understand how the NSE faired last week, African markets to watch, and h…
 
On March 12, 2020, the Ministry of Health confirmed Kenya's first case of COVID-19, triggering a series of lockdowns orders, a curfew and an unforeseen strain on the country's healthcare system. In April, a team of 15 students from Kenyatta University took up the challenge to build one of the country's first locally-made ventilators, promising an M…
 
While Africa has made giant steps towards gender parity in leadership boards in companies, there are still gaping differences in representation across subregions and sectors. Join Mwakaneno Gakweli and Maxwell Pirikisi as they break down the inequalities in women representation on boards across the continent, the hurdles to achieving gender equalit…
 
Last week, Safaricom proposed smart meters for Kenya Power at a rather skewed revenue split, Tullow Oil confirmed just how much oil is commercially viable in Turkana at higher costs, US announced sanctions over the conflict in Tigray and Zuckerberg announced yellow pages like features for businesses on WhatsApp. In the latest episode of We Are Curi…
 
Last week, the trial of Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes kicked off, a 13-week long journey to test her innocence against 10 counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Locally Scangroup is soaring, despite a 22% dip in revenue and a Ksh 1.732 Billion loss in 2020. US stock indices were bloody red. Listen to this episod…
 
This week, Kenya was downgraded from the list of high-risk areas for piracy after 12 years, KNBS finally released the 2021 Economic Survey, Bolt introduced a more expensive category of female drivers, Tanzania finally ratified the AfCFTA and Ukraine joins the list of countries to legalizeBTC. Listen to our latest episode of We Are Curious to find o…
 
In this episode, Nuru Mugambi talks to Angaza Awards Judge Esohe Denise Odaro, breaking down her career journey to becoming the Head of Investor Relations, International Finance Corporation, including some of the lessons she learnt along the way, and how she defines success. Nuru and Esohe then shift gears to why it is important to focus on gender …
 
Last week, small counter stocks on the exchange recorded an uptick, evidenced by the rise in Week on Week activity, unlike the decline in large counters. In this episode, we break down why small counters stocks surged while large counter stocks dipped, and how that affected the performance of the exchange, analyse Scangroup results, and weigh how e…
 
This week, we explore the proposals in the Health Amendment Bill of 2021, including the regulation of medical fees and restricting the bandwidth for hospitals to seek deposits before offering emergency services a how that could impact hospitals. We also talk about Game's announcement to leave the Kenyan market, following the list of South African b…
 
In this episode, Brian Myers and Mwakaneno Gakweli break down the importance of financial literacy in shaping investment decisions, avoiding scams and improving participation in investment products. We also talk about the role of different stakeholders in the finance space, like investment companies, trading brokerages, and regulators, in democrati…
 
This week, we discuss the hike in tuition fees for postgraduate and select undergraduate courses at the University of Nairobi following lower admission rates for self-sponsored students in recent years. On one hand, the university is stuck with debt and unpaid statutory fees. On the other hand, increasing tuition will likely scare off some potentia…
 
In this episode, Eric Asuma, Dr Manoj Shah, Dr Manilal Dodhia, and Sandeep Malu break down the success story of Dr Manoj, detailing his lessons, attributes, and principles that contributed to his success as a businessman and turnaround artist. We travel back to his early days in business, breaking down his core elements of success such as teamwork,…
 
This week, we break down banking sector results and how investors on the NSE reacted to the different counters. We also discuss the opportunity in DRC, which banks like Equity and KCB are looking into, and the hurdles like instability and poor infrastructure could affect businesses eyeing the market. We close the episode talking about activity in g…
 
In this episode, Mwakaneno Gakweli talks to Billy Owino on how Kenya's credit sector has evolved with the COVID-19 pandemic, and how best lending institutions, policymakers and credit reporting agencies can leverage data to improve lending post-COVID. We discuss the power of alternative data sources to build credit scores, and what building bespoke…
 
As I have been pointing out for several weeks now, stock market internals are weakening and continued to do so last week. This is why it is becoming harder to trade most stocks and why so many fad stocks plays that make up the Robinhood top 100 most owned list and the holdings of the BUZZ and ARKK ETF's are no longer working well, even though the S…
 
A financial market can have one of three trends to it - up, down, or sideways. If you look at gold it really has been in a sideways trend since last August. The stock market appears to be headed for something similar as we are already seeing the internals of the stock market droop, and many fad stocks inside the ARK ETF and the top 100 Robinhood li…
 
In this episode, Mwakaneno Gakweli talks to Franziska Reh on why it is important to focus investment on founders, especially local founders and how that can make a large difference given their knowledge and experience in the market. We also discuss Uncap's investment strategy, leveraging ticket sizes between 10K - 50K USD to early-stage founders th…
 
In this episode, Mwakaneno Gakweli talks to Rina Hicks, founder of Money-Wise and Valentine Njoroge, Co-Founder and CEO of Africa’s Pocket, recounting their experiences in losing money through failed investments and how it informed them to build Investable, an online course that gives you the confidence to make an investment plan that empowers you …
 
In this episode, the Hisa team looks at CIC's performance for the half-year ended June 2021, analyse how local investors on the NSE outpaced foreign investor activity for the first time in a long time and weigh in on how unrest in Afghanistan and the Middle East could affect global commodity prices. Highlights: CIC reported a net profit of KSh260 m…
 
In this stock market update I show you all of the stocks I am short selling right now and explain why. I do not think the stock market is about to crash and am not trying to bet on some massive decline. I am still long more stocks than I am short, however I am now operating more like a hedge fund than a momentum Robinhood trader, meaning that I am …
 
In this weekend stock market update, I take a look at the big picture of the technical analysis charts and what they suggest we can expect now for the price of gold and the S&P 500. A lot of meaning has been given to the recent dip in gold below $1800, but the overall trend is the same as it has been for gold for over a year. At the same time, the …
 
In this episode of We are Curious, the Hisa Team discusses how Ethiopia's Tigray war affects prospective investments in the country, following MTN's decision to pull out of the second licence bid. Could this affect Safaricom Ethiopia's prospects should the conflict stretch to 2022? We also question the incentives that should drive savings in Kenya,…
 
In this episode, we inquire about the drivers behind Uchumi's rally and analyse Ormat's offer to reduce Kenya Power's electricity cost and improve its margins. We also break down Kenya Re's Revenue decline and the performance of various properties in Nairobi's real estate space.
 
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