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“Bottom up Approach Meant to Steal From Poor Kenyans" Junet Mohammed Said

Bottom-up investing is an investment approach that focuses on the analysis of individual stocks and de-emphasizes the significance of macroeconomic cycles and market cycles.

In bottom-up investing, the investor focuses his attention on a specific company and its fundamentals, rather than on the industry in which that company operates or on the greater economy as a whole. 

This approach assumes individual companies can do well even in an industry that is not performing, at least on a relative basis.

The Kenyan Deputy president William Ruto advocate for bottom up approach saying that this will force investors to consider microeconomic factors first.

These factors include a company's overall financial health, analysis of financial statements, the products, and services offered, supply and demand, and other individual indicators of corporate performance over time.

Zuna East member of Parliament by the name Junet Mohammed on his side is saying bottom up approach is a tactics used by political leaders to steal from poor Kenyans.

The member of Parliament further said the leaders should be realistic on what faces Kenyans and should not play politics in the lives of poor Kenyans.

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