C-Trade to engage more youths on ZSE
The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange only has 0.05% of the population participating on it. With the country heading towards being a middle income country these figures need to rise.
Meeting President Mnangagwa and being awarded a certificate as one of the top investors at the recent C-Trade Mobile online launch held at Meikles Hotel in Harare did not only give Andrew Dewa, a 23-year-old student, the exposure he needed, but also motivation and confidence to fulfil his dreams.
Dewa is a Banking and Investment Management student at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST), who dreams of becoming one of the most elite investment bankers in Zimbabwe and to run his own hedge fund. And after receiving a certificate as one of the top investors, he is certain he will make it.
It all started when Dewa was selected by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (SECZ), along with the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) and Escrow Systems, among 60 students from NUST and Harare Institute of Technology (HIT) to participate and invest on the stock exchange.
Like everyone, he was funded with $200 to invest in Zimbabwean companies listed on the ZSE and Finsec and was given a space of four weeks to get the best return possible by doing market analysis, fundamental analysis and financial research so as to invest in the right equity and know when to buy or sell stock.
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