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1 Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Mon Aug 20, 2018 1:16 pm

ruwan326

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We do not come here to see some loosing political party supporters cries out loud and post pathetic posts over and over saying market going to crash and etc+ horse shit Wink Wink Wink

Some forgot or purposely posting Horse shit politics instead of giving a analysis or news about trading/investing on valuable shares............

I am not supporting any political party and only care about investing/trading and make profit.....

All the rice eating donkeys can wait till 2020 and bring your kings, but when 2020 comes I will be selling most of the valuable shares which I bought @a discounted price these days lol! lol! lol!



Last edited by ruwan326 on Mon Aug 20, 2018 1:31 pm; edited 1 time in total

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In shaping a fast track to a turnaround, focus areas driving the future of trade, investment and services will require great planning, execution and synchronisation. In this light, on Day 2 of the Sri Lanka Economic Summit 2018, a session titled “Accelerating Future Outcomes: Trade, Investment & Services” will be organised at the premier annual economic discussion by the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce.
The focus of this session will be on making sound trade and investment reforms effective bearing in mind in global developments and the trade-investment nexus. Strategies to synchronize multiple policy initiatives (FTAs, FDI regulations, National Export Strategy, Trade Facilitation, Trade Remedies) with Sri Lanka’s overall National Trade Policy and Investment Policy, will be debated by top researchers, private sector representatives and economists. Furthermore, they will discuss on whether these initiatives need refining and what more reforms need to be put in place to compliment or enhance the impact of existing reforms. A key national discussion on the development of services through either trade agreements or other measures will be taken up for deliberation in this session as well.
Dr. Rajat Kathuria, Director and Chief Executive of the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, and Dr. Nihal Pitigala, Consultant, (Lead Economist) USAID, World Bank will be the speakers for this session. Thereafter, joining them in a panel discussion will be Dr. Anush Amerasinghe, MD/CEO of BPPL Holdings; Ms. Nadie Kahatapitiya Algama, Director of Marketing & Strategy at KIK Lanka (Pvt) Ltd; and Ms. Subhashini Abeysinghe, Research Director at Verité Research (Pvt) Ltd.
Dr. Ganeshan Wignaraja, Executive Director (Acting), Lakshman Kadirgamar Institute, will be the moderator for this discussion.
Sri Lanka Economic Summit is the ideal platform for Chairpersons, CEOs, Directors, Senior Managers, Foreign Investors, Senior Government Officials, and Academics, to engage in an expert discussion of the nation’s economy. Registration for the 2-day summit is on a first-come, first-served basis, therefore register early to avoid disappointment. For further details, contact satheesha@chamber.lk / nazila@chamber.lk / events@chamber.lk or call 5588882 / 5588830.

3 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Mon Aug 20, 2018 2:20 pm

DS Wijesinghe


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@ruwan326 wrote:We do not come here to see some loosing political party supporters cries out loud and post pathetic posts over and over saying market going to crash and etc+ horse shit Wink Wink Wink

Some forgot or purposely posting Horse shit politics instead of giving a analysis or news about trading/investing on valuable shares............

I am not supporting any political party and only care about investing/trading and make profit.....






All the rice eating donkeys can wait till 2020 and bring your kings, but when 2020 comes I will be selling most of the valuable shares which I bought @a discounted price these days lol! lol! lol!




You are contradicting yourself with some of the hard core political related news items which you copy and paste in this forum Ruwan. Also in a previous post I remember you asking one member, which political party he is supporting for.

Below is one such hard core political posting you have shared in this forum with a comment from you(which I have marked in red) which absolutely has no or little relevance to investing/trading and making profits.

http://forum.srilankaequity.com/t55436-market-crash-not-guaranteed#343647

This news might bring the market up       

Sri Lanka ex-president’s son proposes to sweetheart atop Kilimanjaro


ECONOMYNEXT – Former president Mahinda Rajapaksa’s youngest son Rohitha travelled from Tangalle to Tanzania to propose marriage to his sweetheart on top of snow-covered Kilimanjaro, another sibling said.


Second son Yoshitha was the first to announce the engagement yesterday atop the highly romantic setting on the highest mountain in the African continent.




https://economynext.com/Sri_Lanka_ex_president’s_son_proposes_to_sweetheart_atop_Kilimanjaro-3-11533-13.html

4 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Mon Aug 20, 2018 2:33 pm

ruwan326

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@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:We do not come here to see some loosing political party supporters cries out loud and post pathetic posts over and over saying market going to crash and etc+ horse shit Wink Wink Wink

Some forgot or purposely posting Horse shit politics instead of giving a analysis or news about trading/investing on valuable shares............

I am not supporting any political party and only care about investing/trading and make profit.....








All the rice eating donkeys can wait till 2020 and bring your kings, but when 2020 comes I will be selling most of the valuable shares which I bought @a discounted price these days lol! lol! lol!






You are contradicting yourself with some of the hard core political related news items which you copy and paste in this forum Ruwan. Also in a previous post I remember you asking one member, which political party he is supporting for.

Below is one such hard core political posting you have shared in this forum with a comment from you(which I have marked in red) which absolutely has no or little relevance to investing/trading and making profits.

http://forum.srilankaequity.com/t55436-market-crash-not-guaranteed#343647

This news might bring the market up       

Sri Lanka ex-president’s son proposes to sweetheart atop Kilimanjaro


ECONOMYNEXT – Former president Mahinda Rajapaksa’s youngest son Rohitha travelled from Tangalle to Tanzania to propose marriage to his sweetheart on top of snow-covered Kilimanjaro, another sibling said.


Second son Yoshitha was the first to announce the engagement yesterday atop the highly romantic setting on the highest mountain in the African continent.




https://economynext.com/Sri_Lanka_ex_president’s_son_proposes_to_sweetheart_atop_Kilimanjaro-3-11533-13.html
Well, DS it was taken from the economynext..... 
https://economynext.com/Sri_Lanka_ex_president’s_son_proposes_to_sweetheart_atop_Kilimanjaro-3-11533-13.html


I never mention any thing about politics as my own in a post........

ruwan326

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Since the day i born none of these political parties or leaders gave money for me to invest in CSE.............. 

So if everyone can stop winding and pick valuable shares for long term will bring you profits................

I came back after 2 years for CSE and 2 years ago I made big profit when LDEV reached 14/=+ Very Happy

Now LDEV hit 4.90/= today and I am glade to collect more. lol!

6 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Mon Aug 20, 2018 3:09 pm

samaritan


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Even a montessori child knows that a Govt's monetary/Fiscal policies has a direct impact on share market. 

Long years back when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait the CSE reacted negatively.Any one can figure out possible reasons for it. Ruwan would have said hang the Saddam shit and to analyse shares. So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. Why go so far, the stock market crash in China had an impact on CSE. May be the hopper eating donkeys don't understand this.

7 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Mon Aug 20, 2018 3:36 pm

ruwan326

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@samaritan wrote:Even a montessori child knows that a Govt's monetary/Fiscal policies has a direct impact on share market. 

Long years back when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait the CSE reacted negatively.Any one can figure out possible reasons for it. Ruwan would have said hang the Saddam shit and to analyse shares. So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. Why go so far, the stock market crash in China had an impact on CSE. May be the hopper eating donkeys don't understand this.
"So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. " 
lol! lol! lol! lol!

So why you always blame the government?????????


Simply saying "market will crash will"not help any investors and new comers..................


samaritan,With all your expertise inform forum members to pick winning shares for long run.............. Other wise wait till 2020 till your favorite political party leader to come......... Even he comes ministers will be the same............ If you want to success leave Politics/media and clergy Wink


This goes for sri lanka too........... Mind the language.......
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXhZyAOuyhE

8 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Mon Aug 20, 2018 3:58 pm

samaritan


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@ruwan326 wrote:
@samaritan wrote:Even a montessori child knows that a Govt's monetary/Fiscal policies has a direct impact on share market. 

Long years back when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait the CSE reacted negatively.Any one can figure out possible reasons for it. Ruwan would have said hang the Saddam shit and to analyse shares. So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. Why go so far, the stock market crash in China had an impact on CSE. May be the hopper eating donkeys don't understand this.
"So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. " 
:lol!: :lol!: :lol!: :lol!:

So why you always blame the government?????????


Simply saying "market will crash will"not help any investors and new comers..................


samaritan,With all your expertise inform forum members to pick winning shares for long run.............. Other wise wait till 2020 till your favorite political party leader to come......... Even he comes ministers will be the same............ If you want to success leave Politics/media and clergy ;)


This goes for sri lanka too........... Mind the language.......
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXhZyAOuyhE
Why have you omitted what i stated about the Monetary/Financial policies of the Govt that affects the Stock Market?  Furthermore, Tom & Jerry's Good governance turned out to be Goo governance.
As at today the very same (majority) Corporate sector who were in favour of this Govt are yearning to see a change.

9 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:30 pm

ruwan326

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@samaritan wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:
@samaritan wrote:Even a montessori child knows that a Govt's monetary/Fiscal policies has a direct impact on share market. 

Long years back when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait the CSE reacted negatively.Any one can figure out possible reasons for it. Ruwan would have said hang the Saddam shit and to analyse shares. So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. Why go so far, the stock market crash in China had an impact on CSE. May be the hopper eating donkeys don't understand this.
"So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. " 
lol! lol! lol! lol!

So why you always blame the government?????????


Simply saying "market will crash will"not help any investors and new comers..................


samaritan,With all your expertise inform forum members to pick winning shares for long run.............. Other wise wait till 2020 till your favorite political party leader to come......... Even he comes ministers will be the same............ If you want to success leave Politics/media and clergy Wink


This goes for sri lanka too........... Mind the language.......
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXhZyAOuyhE
Why have you omitted what i stated about the Monetary/Financial policies of the Govt that affects the Stock Market?  Furthermore, Tom & Jerry's Good governance turned out to be Goo governance.
As at today the very same (majority) Corporate sector who were in favour of this Govt are yearning to see a change.
Politics- two different sides on one coin. So If you want to success leave Politics/media and clergy  

10 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Tue Aug 21, 2018 8:09 am

Yahapalanaya

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@samaritan wrote:Even a montessori child knows that a Govt's monetary/Fiscal policies has a direct impact on share market. 

Long years back when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait the CSE reacted negatively.Any one can figure out possible reasons for it. Ruwan would have said hang the Saddam shit and to analyse shares. So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. Why go so far, the stock market crash in China had an impact on CSE. May be the hopper eating donkeys don't understand this.
Why are you going to Iraq and China..Even Srilankan central bank bombed, CSE came back like phoenix bird.So we have faith in CSE.

11 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:07 am

samaritan


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@Yahapalanaya wrote:
@samaritan wrote:Even a montessori child knows that a Govt's monetary/Fiscal policies has a direct impact on share market. 

Long years back when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait the CSE reacted negatively.Any one can figure out possible reasons for it. Ruwan would have said hang the Saddam shit and to analyse shares. So, try to understand how events outside the shores of Sri lanka can negatively impact the CSE. Why go so far, the stock market crash in China had an impact on CSE. May be the hopper eating donkeys don't understand this.
Why are you going to Iraq and China..Even Srilankan central bank bombed, CSE came back like phoenix bird.So we have faith in CSE.
That bomb is nothing compared to Bond Scam 1 &2. The country's economy is struggling owing to this and the people are not willing to forgive the plunderers behind it. Mainly the Chief Architect. Arjun Mahendran is only the arrow. The country knows who the shooter is.

12 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Thu Aug 23, 2018 11:04 pm

DS Wijesinghe


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@ruwan326 wrote:when 2020 comes I will be selling most of the valuable shares which I bought @a discounted price these days lol! lol! lol!
If you are willing to share with forum members what are the valuable shares you bought these days at discounted prices and enlighten us why you think they are valuable

13 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Fri Aug 24, 2018 4:56 am

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@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:when 2020 comes I will be selling most of the valuable shares which I bought @a discounted price these days lol! lol! lol!
If you are willing to share with forum members what are the valuable shares you bought these days at discounted prices and enlighten us why you think they are valuable
2020 I will put a snapshot of my portfolio  Basketball Basketball

14 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Fri Aug 24, 2018 12:27 pm

DS Wijesinghe


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@ruwan326 wrote:
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:when 2020 comes I will be selling most of the valuable shares which I bought @a discounted price these days lol! lol! lol!
If you are willing to share with forum members what are the valuable shares you bought these days at discounted prices and enlighten us why you think they are valuable
2020 I will put a snapshot of my portfolio  Basketball Basketball
Like Maharaja you are also now waiting till 2020. 

I don't want to see a snap shot of your portfolio but share with us the valuable shares you have bought these days and most importantly tell us why you think they are valuable

15 Re: Horse Shit/politics vs trading/investing on Sat Aug 25, 2018 7:56 am

ruwan326

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@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:
@DS Wijesinghe wrote:
@ruwan326 wrote:when 2020 comes I will be selling most of the valuable shares which I bought @a discounted price these days lol! lol! lol!
If you are willing to share with forum members what are the valuable shares you bought these days at discounted prices and enlighten us why you think they are valuable
2020 I will put a snapshot of my portfolio  Basketball Basketball
Like Maharaja you are also now waiting till 2020. 

I don't want to see a snap shot of your portfolio but share with us the valuable shares you have bought these days and most importantly tell us why you think they are valuable
If I put the shares I hold it is kind of a promoting  Very Happy 

For short term I bought(50%from Margin) LLUB @75 and sold @90+ with 20% profit .........

I am using margin(50%) for day trading and bought LCEM @ 2+ and next week I will cash in, then planing to enter CTCE


For long term LDEV/EXPO/MAL/RICH/HASU/EBCR and some more.... Willing to hold 2 or more years and you can check down  why they are valuable down chart

http://ashaphillip.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Earnings-Jun-2018.pdf

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