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wcwchamara


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Guys, I don't see any reason for investing our money in the CSE. I entered to this market at the beginning of the year and now my overall lost is around 20% for this year. Few days ago I saw someone stated that CSE is the only Asian market with rising price indexes for month of September with compared to the last year. But day-by-day our lost is increasing slightly.

At the beginning of the September we thought that bullish September has begun. But at the end everyone got losses other than manipulators. Also at the beginning of October we thought in a same way. Now we are in mid of October but still the market is dull. Someone can explain this is due to credit clearance or global economic crisis. But everyday if we are getting losses due to an any reason, why we are investing?

If I put my money in a FD I will be getting at least 8% interest.

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Post Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:28 pm by tpr1983

yes those who cant be patient with the market, they will looose...

be patient guys.... never panic on down trend. collect as much as you can

never be on credit.
hold as much as you can... never give up on buyer. give some respect to your shares. hold untill buyer come to your price.
(As current Vehicle market, seller never come down to the buyers request. if you have guts to hold, you will be on green. never give up to buyer. )

Post Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:33 pm by Aamiable

medium term ,,,good for investment..

Post Thu Oct 13, 2011 12:56 pm by day_lk

guys, don't panic.life is always with a profit and loss.think your investment as a fixed deposit in bank.if you uplift before maturity u will loose some portion of your interest.if u wait until it mature u can get the maximum interest.

Post Sat Oct 15, 2011 1:43 pm by Kumar

Sorry to bother you all.
We all guys are messing around in CSE between investing and trading.
Investing is a long term process.( 3-5 years depending on selecting the shares)
Still in CSE we can find load of investment opportunities. (Low PE / Good NAV Shares) Before starting to invest or trading, we need to learn about the share market/ trading techniques etc.
Unfortunately all of us are coming to CSE to gamble but saying to others that we are trading.(investing)
If we are not going to change our attitutes this forum also going to be a place for mourners.
-ve reps are going to follow
But this is the bitter reality.

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Post Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:37 pm by WildBear

Those who are disappointed about CSE, I'd like to give one example
DIST is around 3-4 rupees in year 2001-2002, and we won't be able to buy back DIST at that level again.
DIST was around 25 rupees in 2005-2006 and we won't be able to buy it at that price again.
DIST was around 50-60 rupees in 2008 and we won't be able to buy back DIST at 50 rupees again
Now DIST is 170 rupees and we will not be able to buy DIST at 170 in 2013-2014.

If you do the above comparison in any solid stock at CSE, the pattern is same.
History tells the true story and it's obvious that history will repeat in the future as well!!!! Laughing

Rocky

Post Sun Oct 16, 2011 7:05 pm by Rocky

[quote="wcwchamara"]

If I put my money in a FD I will be getting at least 8% interest.[/quote]

A certain bank is giving loans @ 6.5% p.a. to select customers.
Ideal opportunity to buy shares now at these very good rates and gain higher returns.
Now do not ask the bank's name. So the argument here is clear as mud.

Redbulls

Post Sat Feb 18, 2012 5:27 pm by Redbulls

Good points discussed, most of us need to go through again.

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