@hariesha wrote:It’s not the manipulation or shares which are prone to be manipulated, what matters is our objective. Almost all the shares have manipulated in the past by some body. Please tell me the share which haven’t manipulated.
But look at your objective of coming to CSE.
If it is short term trading - you have to take high risks, should enter at the right point and exit when you think it’s enough. As the risk is high you may get super normal profits.
If it is long term investments - you have to identify high growth shares and be patient. Price may fluctuate according to market conditions. If you have confident in the company, you can take positions as share move up or down.
If you want to be an observer in the market, put your money in a defensive stock (some called these are fundamental shares but I can’t agree) and take care of the dividend.
Yes.. this totaly correct and fully agree. many shares are recently manipulated and examples are given up like EAST,CLND,HVA,REGM,ECL,BLUE..ETC...Before buying any share you have to get the idea about the share and can go for short term or long term investing. As per me I prefer long term investment which is less risky and from your PF you can keep 80% long term (fundamnetal Shares) and 20% short term as required. As mention short term is risky and better not to buy on credit due to the risk factor.