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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market & Forum Help » Sri Lanka market regulator starts education TV series

Sri Lanka market regulator starts education TV series

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milanka

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June 01, 2011 (LBO) - Sri Lanka's stock market regulator said it is starting a live program on Sundays on Rupavahini, a state television channel to improve knowledge of capital markets from this week.

The TV series 'Prathilaba' starting from June 05 will be in the Sinhalese language. "The series will cover a wide spectrum of topics ranging from investing in the stock market, unit trusts, debt market and regulation as well.

"The discussions will be conducted in an easy to understand manner to enable first time investors to derive the full benefit of the progamme."

Viewers will be able to ask questions live and also win 50,000 rupees to buy stocks with prizes sponsored by stock brokers.
http://www.lankabusinessonline.com/fullstory.php?nid=375577117

http://forum.srilankaequity.com/u188

stumpy

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New blood needed to absorb the selling pressure from recent bull runs!
Good move Basketball

pushpakumara


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This is a good thing to educate people on capital markets.

When it comes to Share market, in present day context, it is not that attractive for small investors, as gains that they can make from the stock market is not that encouraging for them to make a try.

This is my personal view considering the behaviour of the market.

stumpy

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pushpakumara wrote:This is a good thing to educate people on capital markets.

When it comes to Share market, in present day context, it is not that attractive for small investors, as gains that they can make from the stock market is not that encouraging for them to make a try.

This is my personal view considering the behaviour of the market.


That is what I told in just 2 lines Very Happy

duke


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This is really bad. Worse than adding more private pension schemes. What they will do is entice the poor people to lose what they own. What they do is show how beautiful the pool is, tell the health benefits of swimming and then push the poor people in the deep end. that's it.

It would be nice if people phone and ask the experts questions of why broker recommend me to buy this and when asked why he saying i think it'll go up. why the broker said this property share will go from 20 to 60, why the broker told me some party is going to push up the price so you shouldn't sell it tomorrow, why the brokers are spreading rumors...

If the CSE officials' intentions are genuine, what they should do is hire a few recent graduates and create a lightweight site with historical charts, latest PE ratio, EPS, NAV etc. and make available for FREE. Real stock markets have that.

Most dangerous thing is this is done by 'brokers'. Really dangerous stuff. It's the same as newspapers analyzing the stock market from stock market brokers. They should rename the program to "horage ammagen pena asima"



Last edited by duke on Wed Jun 01, 2011 4:49 pm; edited 2 times in total

stumpy

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+ Rep from me duke! Very Happy

TuskerLK

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Will see, this should be started long ago, say during 2009.

One more suggestion i have is each person should be given away a guide prepared by regulators book when they open the CDS account

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