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Sri Lanka Equity Forum » Stock Market Talk » I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL

I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL

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1 I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Tue Aug 08, 2017 2:20 pm

rizan666


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
First topic message reminder :

Trading since 2010 and lost all hopes today due to the bullshit market.
Made losses with market sentiments and politics which highly impacted over all market during the past. Was thinking investment is for our economy so let's make it here in SL, but now with the response from CSE I got for brokerage complaints was fully biased and lame responses by the heads of CSE. Firstly the CSE body should be refined with proper Market Authority to build investor confidence.
Good Bye Forum.
A friend of mine is making good money in Nasdaq and TDWL (Saudi) so will be investing there.


26 Re: I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Thu Aug 10, 2017 1:35 pm

DS Wijesinghe


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@Yahapalanaya wrote:Big talker DSW used his investment strategy and purchased rs16 asset value for @160. Now it has come to 128.Yes it gives dividend.But it has to settle it's real value.

You missed another share with more than rs12 net asset value and was trading mere 2.8.It is giving 100% profit so far. 

So you revisit your investment strategy without blaming other factors.
Why beat around the bush.. learn to be a man and tell the facts straight. What are the stocks you are talking about ? I presume you are talking about LLUB. Please reply and confirm whether it is LLUB so that I can respond

27 Re: I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Thu Aug 10, 2017 10:47 pm

Teller


Moderator
No doubt now. It's again proved the robbery so no confidence of financial system/governance of sri Lanka. Better to sell all of your holdings and exit from CSE.
In such an environment , no foreign or institutional fund will be attractived to CSE.
DONT BURN your hands....Exit as soon as possible. Because it's all of your hard earned money.
Who ever buys shares at present will cry tomorrow.
No comers be careful......
As seniors we earned lot of profits so no issue to bear losses.
Sri Lanka is the worst country due to third class politics,

28 Re: I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Fri Aug 11, 2017 7:46 am

Light of Hope


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Teller wrote:No doubt now. It's again proved the robbery so no confidence of financial system/governance of sri Lanka. Better to sell all of your holdings and exit from CSE.
In such an environment , no foreign or institutional fund will be attractived to CSE.
DONT BURN your hands....Exit as soon as possible. Because it's all of your hard earned money.
Who ever buys shares at present will cry tomorrow.
No comers be careful......
As seniors we earned lot of profits so no issue to bear losses.
Sri Lanka is the worst country due to third class politics,


Teller the greatest HEXP manupulator, who unloaded HEXP to poor retailers around Rs 95, saying it would reach rs 250 (something like that)

You have proven again and again that you have no interest in retailers betterment, by giving false directions and false predictions, purposefully.

You told not to buy shares, when the bull trend started in April, your direction would have cost a lot for many retailers by not purchasing any shares at the right time. who would have unloaded to them when they actually started buying.

ASI has good support around 6440 and when it's reaching it's bottom you are advising retailers to sell and exit. it's clear that you want to grab shares at even low prices by creating panic among retailers. 

Guys, don't listen to this fellow. concentrate on good shares and it will give good return if you have the patience. 

Teller, since you are exiting from CSE. hopefully you will not have any interest in manipulating the retailers in the future.

29 Re: I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Wed Aug 16, 2017 11:37 am

rizan666


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
Even the CSE board is corrupt, supporting the brokers even though I raised many concerns. They should look into investor concerns to build the trust and protection rather responding with silly answer biased to the broker.
Guys invest in USA (NASDAQ) / SAUDI (TDWL) market is always peaking.

If you think of coming back to CSE, wait till ASI > 6700

30 Re: I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Wed Aug 16, 2017 11:29 pm

Chinwi


Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Even the thieves did not expect this much of trouble when they planned Bond robbery in Sinhapura well before the elections.

The chain reaction triggered due to Central bank robbery has swallowed 1.5 trillion LKR by now.

If you cannot believe try to calculate roughly the effect of the 'chain reaction' .

When they suddenly raised interest rates from 8.5 to 12.5 most of the systems run by foreign fund managers detected it as unusual and alarmed the whole investing world .

By next day they knew it was a well planned attack to the Central Bank of this country.

Since then billions of rupees worth stocks were sold and foreigners started leaving this country.
To balance to Dollar drain they used our reserves.

That triggered Rupee going down scenario and interest rates went up.

Cost of production went up , sales going down.
Due to down Rupee, interest amount needed to pay lenders has increased by over 100% .

The Chain reaction is still continuing.
No one can tell you what will happen.

31 Re: I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:23 am

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
What you say is correct

But Basil and the crowd will not be the replacement

32 Re: I Quit CSE today and Enter NASDAQ/TDWL on Thu Aug 17, 2017 11:24 am

D.G.Dayaratne


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
What you say is correct

But Basil and the crowd will not be the replacement

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