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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » Why are we trying so hard to kill the market again?

Why are we trying so hard to kill the market again?

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nickjava
SHARK aka TAH
AAABoy
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rizjiji
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rizjiji


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Dear fellow traders,

Yes most of us are very exuberant that the market is doing well. While it was gradually picking up, most of us were still very cautious since we had already burnt our fingers a few years ago. But suddenly when a few genuine market corrections occur and the market hits 7000 again, the trouble makers are back.

This post is for those who were not present during the previous 'bull run' that destroyed many careers and lives. You definitely will make a quick buck today, but trust me you will lose more going forward if you trade for the wrong reasons. If you want to gamble and make a quick buck play poker, your odds are much better. Don't help those manipulators destroy the market by buying the stock that they want you to buy, when they want you to buy it.

The market will help you generate very 'healthy' returns in the short and long term, but if you only focus on the short term, then all the very best (Because that's all what you need to make it).

Ignore those posts that speculate and trade on fundamentals instead. There are many opportunities where you could make tons of money, but I'm not going to share them. Because if I do want to make money, I wouldn't be sharing them in the first place (Unless I want to sell it).

Hope more victims will contribute!

Regards,

A victim during the previous 'bull run'

Sstar

Sstar
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Why did CSE and SEC did or didn't do these.

- cancel ADAM trade
- suspended Touchwood
- reduced the brokerage 
- haven't done demutualization 
- minimum float rule
- introduction listing reintroduced
- stock market training software not yet introduced.
- monitor Sri Lanka Equity forum and obtained small investor concerns.

AAABoy

AAABoy
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Good post mate!! Keep write Very Happy


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SHARK aka TAH

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@rizjiji wrote:Dear fellow traders,

Yes most of us are very exuberant that the market is doing well. While it was gradually picking up, most of us were still very cautious since we had already burnt our fingers a few years ago. But suddenly when a few genuine market corrections occur and the market hits 7000 again, the trouble makers are back.

This post is for those who were not present during the previous 'bull run' that destroyed many careers and lives. You definitely will make a quick buck today, but trust me you will lose more going forward if you trade for the wrong reasons. If you want to gamble and make a quick buck play poker, your odds are much better. Don't help those manipulators destroy the market by buying the stock that they want you to buy, when they want you to buy it.

The market will help you generate very 'healthy' returns in the short and long term, but if you only focus on the short term, then all the very best (Because that's all what you need to make it).

Ignore those posts that speculate and trade on fundamentals instead. There are many opportunities where you could make tons of money, but I'm not going to share them. Because if I do want to make money, I wouldn't be sharing them in the first place (Unless I want to sell it).

Hope more victims will contribute!

Regards,

A victim during the previous 'bull run'

Thumbs Up Very Happy

nickjava


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
+1. (you must have had good experience with Chicken and Porcelain run then Smile )

bandulawee


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
This is a valuable contribution by rizjiji. Thank you for sharing your experience and warning the members. I too remember last time when the market was going so well, these manipulators stepped in sent the market through the roof by inflating the prices of crappy shares which got the unsuspecting investors buying them. Even shares like MBSL, LCEM were brought upto Rs 50/- and Rs 30/- by unfounded rumours. Suddenly when they dumped their shares the market crumbled assisted by SEC which tried to control the overheated market in an overnight. Take the good advice given and try to get out of unworthy shares and invest your hard earned money in fundamentally strong shares. With the present trend in the economy and industry good shares will be a better investment than putting your money in deposits. Be happy with a reasonable return rather than trying to become a millionaire by gambling in the share market. Don't forget everything goes in a cycle.

kadik


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
One thing to add.
if we can link our savings account with the CSD account, that will help people to invest in CSE easily. same time we can allocate some percentage from our salary as a saving. this system is available in India. What you guys think ??

stevenapple


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Good one rizjiji

Lalindra

Lalindra
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Why do people who are green to the market mess it up when it comes to stock investing? They are right in the middle of a price move and dead wrong at the top and bottom where it counts! The answer has to do with why people are susceptible to fraudulent high-yield investment scams.

Con artists are everywhere. These new "friends" move into your social circle with a new multi-level marketing scheme, showing you how "their best friend's girlfriend is receiving monster checks every month and has quit her job because of it." Most of us have to admit to falling for one of these at some point. This happens because we are shown by the promoter of the scheme that all you have to do to get rich is to get in early. The same thing happens in the stock market but on a less personal level. People see the stock market is low but they are afraid because they don't know if it will go lower and don't know a lot about stocks. The market rises and they hear a few stories of people getting rich. It rises even more and they hear more stories. Finally, after stock prices have risen a lot, more and more people buy in because they are afraid they are going to "lose out." Unfortunately most people buy in at, or near, the top of a bull market - or they then hold too long because they do not know how to read the signs of a bull market at its end. This is why people are right about the direction of the stock market in the middle of a major move but wrong at the top and bottom where it really counts.
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