Navigating the Capital Market: The Investors Dilemma

A report on Nigerian Investments

For 10 years up until the end of 2019, Nigerian investors and savers had it good. By investing in Nigerian Treasury Bills they could get an inflation-beating return.

In 2020 the situation is very different, with yields far below inflation. How should investors and savers react? If risk-free Treasury Bills no longer deliver adequate returns, then they must re-acquaint themselves with risk-taking, investing in a range of securities including equities.

But what benchmarks should they use and what returns should they demand? Based on a wealth of historical data from Nigerian markets, we set out our answers here.

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