Little man

Little Man

Let me share something about investing. In any investment scenario, the little man – the retail investor – always gets the shorter end of the stick. It’s just the way it is. Bulk money commands a higher investment premium than little sums. This is why investment clubs and mutual funds were created – to pool[…]

Farming

Agric. Investment: My FarmCrowdy Experience

In 2016, I was privileged to visit groundbreaking projects by Ashoka Fellows in Lagos. Ashoka is an international organisation that is committed to identifying and investing in community changemakers. One project that caught my attention was a Farmer’s Cooperative led by Africanfarmer Mogaji. I had heard of him before; the man who legally changed his[…]

Money2

Money: What I Wish I Knew 15 Years Ago

Following the recent economic upheavals in Nigeria, many have desperately searched for ways to “hammer”. Some have become unfortunate victims of get-rich-quick schemes. I decided to write this article to capture what I wish someone had taught me about money, fifteen years ago. 1. Money is seasonal; it comes and goes. This is not my[…]