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1 Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Fri Jun 07, 2013 10:18 am

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First topic message reminder :

CTCN 850/- ...can reach ?  Shocked those on buying spree ...please be patient


961 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Fri Aug 29, 2014 8:34 pm

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Dear SHARK what about PABC ?

Did you analyse technical indicators of PABC?

Will it move up soon?
How long does it take to move up ?

962 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Fri Aug 29, 2014 10:09 pm

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Uploaded 2 Research reports.

Nestle & SLT
Please visit Research Section

963 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:04 am

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There was DIAL and Another LLUB ....

So do some reading in the week-end Very Happy

964 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:07 am

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Spend Time with your Family ...dont let CSE emotionally drain you ...... You need to take care of the Family and Kids and your Mom Dad ......

SHARK

965 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:19 am

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http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/08/28/apple-announces-sept-9-event-for-expected-iphone-6-iwatch-unveiling-wish-we-could-say-more

Apple announces Sept. 9 event for expected 'iPhone 6' & 'iWatch' unveiling: 'Wish we could say more'

Breaking By AppleInsider Staff
Apple on Thursday confirmed that it will hold a media event on Sept. 9, with a teaser sent to members of the media showcasing the date and a teasing tagline that reads: "Wish we could say more."




In a change from years past, Apple's 2014 September event will be held at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, Calif. Apple typically holds its annual iPhone event at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, but this year's venue is closer to the company's corporate headquarters and can also accommodate three times as many people.

The Tuesday event will begin at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern. AppleInsider will be there with full, live coverage.

In addition to the "iPhone 6," Apple is also expected to unveil a brand new wearable device at this year's event. The hardware is rumored to be a wrist-worn accessory that has come to be known as the "iWatch."

"iWatch" concept by Martin Hajek.


Word of the anticipated inclusion of the "iWatch" at the event leaked this week and is somewhat of a surprise, as it was originally expected that the device would be unveiled later this year. The Sept. 9 event date was first reported by Re/code earlier this month.

Unsurprising, however, is the likely unveiling of the "iPhone 6," as the event will come almost exactly one year after the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c were revealed. This year's iPhone upgrade is rumored to come in two screen sizes of 4.7 and 5.5 inches with a faster next-generation "A8" processor.

Alleged 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 mockups with iPhone 5s. | Source: TechSmartt via YouTube


If Apple follows its usual release schedule, the new iPhone would find its way into the hands of consumers starting the following Friday, Sept. 19. With a plethora of parts leaks surfacing in recent weeks, particularly for the purported 4.7-inch model, it's believed that Apple is already ramping up production of the "iPhone 6."

Less certain, however, is when the "iWatch" might become available. As of yet, there have been no parts leaked for the expected wearable accessory, and rumored details about the device's design have been inconsistent on everything from shape to screen size.

It's also likely that iOS 8, Apple's next-generation operating system, will launch to the public not long after the Sept. 9 event. If the company follows the same pattern as last year, iOS 8 would become available to the public on Wednesday, Sept. 17.

966 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sat Aug 30, 2014 2:51 pm

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My own opinion about LIOC  
Short term target is 47... midterm(within 5month) 60...
Long term will see...

967 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sun Aug 31, 2014 2:37 am

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welcome back Sash Smile

968 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:37 pm

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I will update the LIOC chart at the close of day Very Happy

all looking good so far on intraday.

969 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:50 pm

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Is it possible to make charts for TSML, UDPL and NAMU If you have time. thanks

970 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:34 am

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Will CTC hit 1015 Very Happy

971 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:34 am

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1015 would be a nice reversal ...... Very Happy

972 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:50 am

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LGL is it another GEM in the making Very Happy over to you members. i want to find out Wink

Will definitely share whatever works available on LGL

973 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Tue Sep 02, 2014 7:47 pm

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SHARK wrote:Spend Time with your Family ...dont let CSE emotionally drain you ...... You need to take care of the Family and Kids and your Mom Dad ......

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කටේ මසුරන් දාන්න  ඕනේ මේ කතාවට... cheers
Shark forum  එකේ  වැඩකරන කෙරිල්ලට රැට  හීනෙනුත් comment  කරනවා ඇති....
Very Happy lol!


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974 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Wed Sep 03, 2014 9:34 pm

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This video was done yesterday.

975 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Wed Sep 03, 2014 10:09 pm

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cheers...

976 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 8:37 am

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Indian Oil Corp - already broke 52week high ....will IOC do it today or friday Very Happy

http://www.moneycontrol.com/stock-charts/indianoilcorporation/charts/IOC#IOC

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977 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 8:39 am

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978 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 8:42 am

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Mumbai: As diesel loss touched an all-time low of just 8 paise as of Monday, due to staggered deregulation which began in September 2012, analysts have called for giving oil marketers a free hand to decide diesel prices, since this would be credit positive for oil marketing companies (OMCs).

"Now is the right time for the government to decontrol diesel price and allow oil marketing companies to price diesel according to global rates. This will help the government achieve its fiscal consolidation targets," India Ratings said in a note issued in Mumbai on Monday.

On September 14, 2012 the UPA government had hiked diesel price by Rs. 5 per litre and thereafter OMCs were allowed to increase it by around 50 paise every month.

Meanwhile, domestic rating agency Icra said that diesel prices reaching market prices is credit positive for the petroleum sector.

"We believe a decision on full diesel price deregulation could potentially be a credit positive for the petroleum sector, which could send positive signals to investors. Also, deregulation could stimulate entry of private sector into diesel retailing, bringing much-needed competition in the sector," Icra said.

According to the domestic rating agency, if lower crude prices remain for the rest of FY15, under-recoveries would fall to around Rs. 90,000 crore and those on diesel would fall to almost one-fourth, to Rs. 15,000 crore this fiscal year from Rs. 62,800 crore in FY14.

India Ratings said that the staggered diesel price hike along with declining global crude prices and a rupee rally helped reduce the diesel under recovery to a record low of 8 paise a litre as of Monday.

On September 14, 2012, crude oil was trading at $113.64 bbl, and the rupee at 55.47 to the dollar and under recovery at Rs. 13.86 per litre, taking total daily under recovery of OMCs at Rs. 498 crore, India Ratings said.

Icra said that between September 2012 and the second fortnight of May 2013, the rupee remained stable but crude price slipped to $101.07 per bbl.

However, a sharp fall of the rupee in June-August 2013, increased both diesel under-recovery and total daily loss to Rs. 12.12 per litre and Rs. 486 crore respectively, Icra said.

This staggered diesel price hike not only limited the impact on inflation, but also brought down total loss to Rs. 1,39,869 crore in FY14, from Rs. 1,61,029 crore in FY13, India Ratings said.

http://profit.ndtv.com/news/corporates/article-with-diesel-loss-at-historic-low-analysts-see-oil-marketing-firms-upgrade-657574

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979 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 8:45 am

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All LIOC lovers be ready for the next move ...... once the price mechanism is in place .... PA or UNP will do this soon to free up the burden Very Happy

Super Star this is for your information ..... Very Happy

980 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 1:04 pm

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SHARK wrote:All LIOC lovers be ready for the next move ...... once the price mechanism is in place .... PA or UNP will do this soon to free up the burden Very Happy

Super Star this is for your information ..... Very Happy

How about writing few +/- for LIOC

+ Are
Consumption to Grow due to rapid development in infrastructure
Public Transport to expand in at rapid phase.
Posibility of Ceypetco to be managed by LIOC on and mgmt fee income or revenue share.
Shipping Hub development with Hambantota port expansion, and Oil Bunkering to increase for vessels passing off Hambantota.
Price Mechanism to be developed sooner after elections, with Diesel prices at LOW, so people will not feel the pinch.

Anybody can add more

981 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 1:08 pm

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Venturing into other foreign Markets as stated in their AR 2013/2014 Very Happy
Maldives,Vietnam, Indonesia...

I think i posted it some where .... Very Happy in an LIOC thread....

endless opportunities...

982 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 1:27 pm

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This is the Country I am Working happily .... and Proud to be here...



983 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 1:29 pm

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984 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 1:33 pm

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Too extravagant. Poverty is one of the main causes for Middle East uprising. Just recovering after Property market crash.

985 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Thu Sep 04, 2014 2:16 pm

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MaRa & Family spending too much in the company of Mid East Friends ..... Very Happy So he is learning by observing.

986 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sat Sep 06, 2014 10:45 am

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Have not done a youtube video or a chart on S&P20. damn... i have missed that with all the due respect ....... and how its possible.

i need to do a cross ref. to my previous S&P chart posted and the current

i hope i will have time today....

SHARK

987 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sat Sep 06, 2014 4:01 pm

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Hi Shark,

What is your target for LGL?

988 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sun Sep 07, 2014 11:50 am

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989 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sun Sep 07, 2014 4:24 pm

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I will try and post the NEST Chart and a Video if time permits tonight Very Happy

990 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Sun Sep 07, 2014 9:10 pm

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Great! Looking forward to it.

By the way, does anyone want to accept my challenge - where i have said NEST will touch Rs 3800-4000 levels within 2 years (already about 1 month gone)? May or mat not sustain if it happens at the latter stages of the 2 years, but will get to those levels with big quantities traded. Could happen earlier than 2 years actually.



SHARK wrote:I will try and post the NEST Chart and a Video if time permits tonight Very Happy

991 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:24 am

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SHARK wrote:

Shark,
Thanks...

992 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:23 am

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@geshan.weerakkody wrote:Great! Looking forward to it.

By the way, does anyone want to accept my challenge - where i have said NEST will touch Rs 3800-4000 levels within 2 years (already about 1 month gone)? May or mat not sustain if it happens at the latter stages of the 2 years, but will get to those levels with big quantities traded. Could happen earlier than 2 years actually.



SHARK wrote:I will try and post the NEST Chart and a Video if time permits tonight Very Happy
Its possible in a way, as long as 1800 is not broken. Cool

993 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:24 am

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@Nitro 7 wrote:Hi Shark,

What is your target for LGL?
Min 50Rs Cool

994 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:52 am

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The awesome power of parental love

By Lionel Wijesiri

Kaushalya is a graduate in Marketing Studies and working as a corporate PR Manager. Her mother died a few weeks ago. Back at home after the funeral activities, she talked about her mother and related a personal life incident.

“I was just six years old when this incident occured. My mother was an ardent collector of antiques, especially vases. She had a much-cherished vase once owned by her great-grandmother. It was inside a small display case. Her mother loved that vase and frequently referred to it as the family treasure. At that time I was an accident-prone child. One day while running up and down the living room, I accidentally knocked over the display case. The vase hit the floor with a loud crash and shattered into pieces. I was shocked and frightened at what I’d done, screamed and began sobbing”.

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“I remember my mother come running into the room. There was fear in her face. Seeing the shattered vase, she sighed heavily. Then she saw me sitting on the floor wailing. “I’m sorry, Amma. I’m sorry, Amma. I broke the family treasure!” Seeing despair on my face, my mother was silent for a moment. Faced with two powerful and conflicting instincts - one toward anger and blame, the other toward compassion and forgiveness, she sat next to me, pulled me on her lap, and kissed my tears. “Sweetheart, when I ran in here, I was terrified that something bad had happened to our family’s most precious treasure. But thank God, you’re okay. Kushi, you are the family treasure.”

“My mother turned what could have been a painful incident and a lifelong source of guilt into an enduring source of affirmation and worthiness. That day I experienced a mother’s limitless love towards her children.”
The study

This is a story of parental love. It’s a love we would never quantify. Their love is unchanged, unconditional and cannot be measured. Parents are the fountains of our lives. They are the sun and moon in our world, in our family. The father is the Sun and mother is the moon. As Buddhists, as well as grateful and faithful sons and daughters, we cannot think of a life without our parents.

The study of parental love is something from which social scientists long shied away. But with the increased interest in the origin of mental illnesses, more attention is being paid to the infancy and childhood of human beings. What investigations have revealed is that parental love is, beyond all cavil or question, the most important experience in the life of a human being.

For the new-born baby, survival is of the first importance. But survival alone is not enough - and in most cases it is doubtful whether the mere satisfaction of his physical needs will secure even that. We now know from the observations of a number of physician and investigators that parental love is an essential part of the nourishment of every baby and that unless he is loved he will not develop as a healthy organism.

The Buddha has taught us that it is our bounden duty, a moral obligation to respect and support our parents unceasingly, especially when they reach old age, and when they are feeble or sick. If one does not support one’s parents in general or in the latter part of their lives in particular; he or she, according to Buddhism, is an ungrateful and uncivilised son or daughter. The Buddha declared this very clearly in the Wasala sutta, the Discourse on outcastes:

Whosoever being wealthy supports not his mother and father who have grown old - know him as an outcast.

On the contrary, in the Mangala Sutta, the Buddha said, to support mother and father, to cherish wife and children, and to be engaged in peaceful occupation - this is the greatest blessing.

In the Katannu Sutta, the Buddha said, I tell you, monks, there are two people who are not easy to repay. Which two? Your mother and father. Even if you were to carry your mother on one shoulder and your father on the other shoulder for 100 years, and were to look after them by anointing, massaging, bathing, and rubbing their limbs, and they were to defecate and urinate right there [on your shoulders], you would not in that way pay or repay your parents.

If you were to establish your mother and father in absolute sovereignty over this great earth, abounding in the seven treasures, you would not in that way pay or repay your parents. Why is that? Mother and father do much for their children. They care for them, they nourish them, and they introduce them to this world. But anyone who rouses his unbelieving mother and father, settles and establishes them in conviction; rouses his unvirtuous mother and father, settles and establishes them in virtue; rouses his stingy mother and father, settles and establishes them in generosity; rouses his foolish mother and father, settles and establishes them in discernment: To this extent one pays and repays one’s mother and father.
Duties

In the Sigalovada Sutta the Buddha laid down rules elaborating the duties of children and parents.

The duties of a child towards its parents are five in number:

(1) Support them with four requisites-food and drinks, clothing, shelter, and medication
(2) Perform their duties such as helping them to do whatever they find difficult to do
(3) Keep up the family tradition, name, and image
(4) Be worthy of their inheritance
(5) Transfer merit to them after their death.

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Parents love - The parents’ love towards children is unchanged, unconditional and cannot be measured

Parents, too, have a duty to take good care of their children as set by the teachings of the Buddha. There are five primary duties that a parent must do while bringing up a child:

(1) Advise to refrain from doing anything evil
(2) Persuade to do meritorious actions
(3) Ensuring properly educated.
(4) Guiding to the right path in the careful selection of a spouse.
(5) Passing on inheritances

These duties make good sense even today. They form basis of good family relationships and the democratic and social ethics of a Buddhist.
Live and love

Parental love towards children is creative, greatly enriching the lives of the receiver and the giver. It is the only thing in the world of which one cannot give anyone too much. Genuine parental love has a firmness and discipline of its own for which there can be no substitute; it can never harm or inhibit or spoil, it can only benefit.

Scientists are today discovering that to live as if live and love were one is an indispensable condition - because this is the way of life which the innate nature of man demands. The idea is not new. What is new is that contemporary men should be rediscovering, by scientific means, the ancient truths as delivered by the Buddha nearly 2,600 years ago. For human beings - and for humanity - nothing could be more important.

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996 Re: Technical Analytics & Charts (2) on Mon Sep 08, 2014 11:35 am

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