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Panic Selling

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1Panic Selling Empty Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 11:56 am

nishanrs


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

A lot of people are unfortunately dragging the market down with a lot of panic selling. Sound BlueChips such as COMB and LLUB are also suffering because people are panicking and selling without holding it for at least a day.

Any comments?

2Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 11:57 am

kaka


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics

This is pig market, that' why they behave like this pig



Last edited by kaka on Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:05 pm; edited 1 time in total

3Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:02 pm

nishanrs


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

Example for the pig market is of course what happened to AAF and now the PCP. AAF went up massively until the directors themselves dropped about 4.4 million shares at the inflated price, and now it's dropping like a stone in the water. That would be a classic case of manipulation if anyone is interested in studying it.

kaka wrote:This is pig market, that' why htey behave like this pig

4Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:08 pm

nkalansu


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

Is there any forced selling of blue chips?

5Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:09 pm

Hiru


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

If people do not sell cheaply driven by fear, I feel there would be a greater chance of market recovery at the end of today.

6Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:14 pm

nishanrs


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

With the Credit situation improving a bit, I don't think there is a need for force selling. Do you?

nkalansu wrote:Is there any forced selling of blue chips?

7Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:21 pm

Malika1990

Malika1990
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

Yes most of panic sellers try to drag down market. Cool

8Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:28 pm

nkalansu


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

nishanrs wrote:With the Credit situation improving a bit, I don't think there is a need for force selling. Do you?

nkalansu wrote:Is there any forced selling of blue chips?

The thing is you will have access to lot of credit if broker permits you.... but there is no change to T+5 rule.

Credit and T+5 rule are two different things. They haven't changed that. If you borrow. You have to pay on time.

9Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:42 pm

Xmen

Xmen
Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

A lot of people are unfortunately dragging the market down with a lot of panic selling. Sound BlueChips such as COMB and LLUB are also suffering because people are panicking and selling without holding it for at least a day.

Reason for the panic

Scientist found famous Mayan calendar has some miscalculations. According to their calculation world will hit superheated plasma following a solar flare eruption by 2.30pm (Today ???? : Laughing ). This news has leaked to plls of CSE and they are selling their PF s to set off margin facility before the end of the world. This is the reason these people cannot wait least a day.
LOL

10Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 12:50 pm

nishanrs


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

If you don't have anything constructive to add to this, kindly stay off this topic. This is a serious forum for serious investors. Not for jokers to joke around.

11Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 1:02 pm

hawklk


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

This is not panic selling. It is force selling......Brokers ask for more credit. Give to clients, client buys on credit thinking to make quick money, broker gets buy commission, Broker ask back his money, does force selling indiscriminately to recover money, broker gets sell commission and interest on money lent.

Winner...broker....
looser.....Are you?

12Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 1:02 pm

Shajesh


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

nishanrs wrote:A lot of people are unfortunately dragging the market down with a lot of panic selling. Sound BlueChips such as COMB and LLUB are also suffering because people are panicking and selling without holding it for at least a day.

Any comments?

This is brokers' game. They are doing it purposely with HNWI. It is very clear in the recent newspaper article. This is not because of credit issue...you see the world market is up yesterday but our market is down. Look at the world market summary yesterday

DJIA 12,482.07 +60.01
NASDAQ 2,728.08 +17.41
NIKKEI 8,550.58 +84.18
RUSSELL 765.53 +1.33
NYSE 7,670.47 +38.44

13Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 3:00 pm

ct.trader


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

This is now a blind leading the blind forum. There is no panic selling or force selling at least on the blue chips.

COMB and JKH are being sold by foreign funds and unlike you, they know what they are doing.

14Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 3:57 pm

nishanrs


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

Read the entire thread without misquoting or misreading. I did not say COMB and JKH are being force-sold or sold by panicking investors. I was referring to the panic sales of other shares also affecting the blue-chips. SLTL, DIAL, LLUB, COMB, etc all went down amidst the panic selling of other counters.

I do what I do knowing the risks and the long term gains. But not everyone thinks in that way.


ct.trader wrote:This is now a blind leading the blind forum. There is no panic selling or force selling at least on the blue chips.

COMB and JKH are being sold by foreign funds and unlike you, they know what they are doing.

15Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:32 pm

ct.trader


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

nishanrs wrote:Read the entire thread without misquoting or misreading. I did not say COMB and JKH are being force-sold or sold by panicking investors. I was referring to the panic sales of other shares also affecting the blue-chips. SLTL, DIAL, LLUB, COMB, etc all went down amidst the panic selling of other counters.

I do what I do knowing the risks and the long term gains. But not everyone thinks in that way.


ct.trader wrote:This is now a blind leading the blind forum. There is no panic selling or force selling at least on the blue chips.

COMB and JKH are being sold by foreign funds and unlike you, they know what they are doing.

I did not misquote you, I suggest you read what you wrote yourself! There is no panic selling on any of these counters that you mention in this post. The original post only mentioned COMB and LLUB. The panic selling is on the speculative counters that jokers like you are holding.

nishanrs wrote:
A lot of people are unfortunately dragging the market down with a lot of panic selling. Sound BlueChips such as COMB and LLUB are also suffering because people are panicking and selling without holding it for at least a day.


Any comments?


People like you engaged in panic buying now you are blaming all and sundry for your own mistakes and making a joker of yourself.

BTW: is your account a duplicate account for Rajitha

16Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:34 pm

Light of Hope


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

hawklk wrote:This is not panic selling. It is force selling......Brokers ask for more credit. Give to clients, client buys on credit thinking to make quick money, broker gets buy commission, Broker ask back his money, does force selling indiscriminately to recover money, broker gets sell commission and interest on money lent.

Winner...broker....
looser.....Are you?


and somebody else buy this on credit and in three days same story repeats affraid

17Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 4:43 pm

uditha9


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

after buying shares at unrealistic prices people yell from there throats because of panic sellers market is coming down.these fellows should be mercilessly hammered & thrown into the sea.

18Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 7:10 pm

nishanrs


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

It seems that some people think that this forum is their exclusive playground and others are just supposed to shut-up and listen to all the so called expert advice that they offer. To set the record straight:

1. I am not "yelling from my throat" as uditha9 thinks and deserving to be mercilessly hammered and thrown in the sea. Try your best if you can. Don't presume to know whether I have bought at unrealistically high prices. That only shows that you are probably stuck with that predicament.

2. As ct.trader thinks, I did not engage in panic buying, nor am I an agent / proxy of "Rajitha". I seem to have bought at the right time, it seems. Today unfortunately there was a lot of selling pressure and stocks like COMB also went in some instances for 99.90.

I have the right to speak my mind, and I asked for comments on the situation from an Investment point of view. Not what you retards think from your high and mighty position. If you have anything positive to offer from an Investor or Analyst point of view, please do share your ideas and comments. That is what I asked for. I did not ask for you to show your pompous attitudes.

Positive and Negative comments welcome, if they are relevant to explaining the CSE situation. Otherwise, mind your business and don't comment for the sake of insulting others

19Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 7:42 pm

ct.trader


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

nishanrs wrote:It seems that some people think that this forum is their exclusive playground and others are just supposed to shut-up and listen to all the so called expert advice that they offer. To set the record straight:

1. I am not "yelling from my throat" as uditha9 thinks and deserving to be mercilessly hammered and thrown in the sea. Try your best if you can. Don't presume to know whether I have bought at unrealistically high prices. That only shows that you are probably stuck with that predicament.

2. As ct.trader thinks, I did not engage in panic buying, nor am I an agent / proxy of "Rajitha". I seem to have bought at the right time, it seems. Today unfortunately there was a lot of selling pressure and stocks like COMB also went in some instances for 99.90.

I have the right to speak my mind, and I asked for comments on the situation from an Investment point of view. Not what you retards think from your high and mighty position. If you have anything positive to offer from an Investor or Analyst point of view, please do share your ideas and comments. That is what I asked for. I did not ask for you to show your pompous attitudes.

Positive and Negative comments welcome, if they are relevant to explaining the CSE situation. Otherwise, mind your business and don't comment for the sake of insulting others

Dear Rajitha or Nishanrs,
It's ok for you to deliberately mislead people by saying there is panic selling / force selling on COMB but when other's point out that no such thing happened they are pompous retards are they?

By the way no one is trying to silence you but the bears (aka - people like you who bought high and are desparately trying to persuade others to buy the junk) are trying to silence the bears with all sorts of name calling (everyone knows that retard is your favourite word).

Well the bears have been silenced and many are paying for it, but the bears are laughing while you are paying interest on your margin account.

20Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 8:26 pm

mark

mark
Expert
Expert

panic selling or strategic selling Question

21Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:17 pm

nishanrs


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

What you have wielded is a two way sword, my friend. Same as you don't like being called a Retard, I don't like being called a Joker. Fair enough.

Please don't presume to know me.

1. I have not bought high. I put my trades in at what I believe to be the right time, and am awaiting results.
2. I am not trading on margin, but via my own funds. I have invested in the CSE for the past 10 years (although I joined this forum only one month back), and know a thing or two that has paid off well.
3. My username is NishanRS since my name is Nishan. Unlike you, I use my real name here. Pls don't equate me to Rajitha or whoever else.

Shall we call a truce pls? My objective of being here is to get some interesting opinions. Not insults.


ct.trader wrote:
nishanrs wrote:It seems that some people think that this forum is their exclusive playground and others are just supposed to shut-up and listen to all the so called expert advice that they offer. To set the record straight:

1. I am not "yelling from my throat" as uditha9 thinks and deserving to be mercilessly hammered and thrown in the sea. Try your best if you can. Don't presume to know whether I have bought at unrealistically high prices. That only shows that you are probably stuck with that predicament.

2. As ct.trader thinks, I did not engage in panic buying, nor am I an agent / proxy of "Rajitha". I seem to have bought at the right time, it seems. Today unfortunately there was a lot of selling pressure and stocks like COMB also went in some instances for 99.90.

I have the right to speak my mind, and I asked for comments on the situation from an Investment point of view. Not what you retards think from your high and mighty position. If you have anything positive to offer from an Investor or Analyst point of view, please do share your ideas and comments. That is what I asked for. I did not ask for you to show your pompous attitudes.

Positive and Negative comments welcome, if they are relevant to explaining the CSE situation. Otherwise, mind your business and don't comment for the sake of insulting others

Dear Rajitha or Nishanrs,
It's ok for you to deliberately mislead people by saying there is panic selling / force selling on COMB but when other's point out that no such thing happened they are pompous retards are they?

By the way no one is trying to silence you but the bears (aka - people like you who bought high and are desparately trying to persuade others to buy the junk) are trying to silence the bears with all sorts of name calling (everyone knows that retard is your favourite word).

Well the bears have been silenced and many are paying for it, but the bears are laughing while you are paying interest on your margin account.

22Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Wed Jan 18, 2012 10:45 pm

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

ct.trader wrote:
nishanrs wrote:It seems that some people think that this forum is their exclusive playground and others are just supposed to shut-up and listen to all the so called expert advice that they offer. To set the record straight:

1. I am not "yelling from my throat" as uditha9 thinks and deserving to be mercilessly hammered and thrown in the sea. Try your best if you can. Don't presume to know whether I have bought at unrealistically high prices. That only shows that you are probably stuck with that predicament.

2. As ct.trader thinks, I did not engage in panic buying, nor am I an agent / proxy of "Rajitha". I seem to have bought at the right time, it seems. Today unfortunately there was a lot of selling pressure and stocks like COMB also went in some instances for 99.90.

I have the right to speak my mind, and I asked for comments on the situation from an Investment point of view. Not what you retards think from your high and mighty position. If you have anything positive to offer from an Investor or Analyst point of view, please do share your ideas and comments. That is what I asked for. I did not ask for you to show your pompous attitudes.

Positive and Negative comments welcome, if they are relevant to explaining the CSE situation. Otherwise, mind your business and don't comment for the sake of insulting others

Dear Rajitha or Nishanrs,
It's ok for you to deliberately mislead people by saying there is panic selling / force selling on COMB but when other's point out that no such thing happened they are pompous retards are they?

By the way no one is trying to silence you but the bears (aka - people like you who bought high and are desparately trying to persuade others to buy the junk) are trying to silence the bears with all sorts of name calling (everyone knows that retard is your favourite word).

Well the bears have been silenced and many are paying for it, but the bears are laughing while you are paying interest on your margin account.

Why not friend iluminati/ct.trader/rubber.trader,? Today we saw lot of panic selling. That is true. You can See tomorrow what will happen.

23Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:18 am

ct.trader


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

nishanrs wrote:What you have wielded is a two way sword, my friend. Same as you don't like being called a Retard, I don't like being called a Joker. Fair enough.

Please don't presume to know me.

1. I have not bought high. I put my trades in at what I believe to be the right time, and am awaiting results.
2. I am not trading on margin, but via my own funds. I have invested in the CSE for the past 10 years (although I joined this forum only one month back), and know a thing or two that has paid off well.
3. My username is NishanRS since my name is Nishan. Unlike you, I use my real name here. Pls don't equate me to Rajitha or whoever else.

Shall we call a truce pls? My objective of being here is to get some interesting opinions. Not insults.


ct.trader wrote:
nishanrs wrote:It seems that some people think that this forum is their exclusive playground and others are just supposed to shut-up and listen to all the so called expert advice that they offer. To set the record straight:

1. I am not "yelling from my throat" as uditha9 thinks and deserving to be mercilessly hammered and thrown in the sea. Try your best if you can. Don't presume to know whether I have bought at unrealistically high prices. That only shows that you are probably stuck with that predicament.

2. As ct.trader thinks, I did not engage in panic buying, nor am I an agent / proxy of "Rajitha". I seem to have bought at the right time, it seems. Today unfortunately there was a lot of selling pressure and stocks like COMB also went in some instances for 99.90.

I have the right to speak my mind, and I asked for comments on the situation from an Investment point of view. Not what you retards think from your high and mighty position. If you have anything positive to offer from an Investor or Analyst point of view, please do share your ideas and comments. That is what I asked for. I did not ask for you to show your pompous attitudes.

Positive and Negative comments welcome, if they are relevant to explaining the CSE situation. Otherwise, mind your business and don't comment for the sake of insulting others

Dear Rajitha or Nishanrs,
It's ok for you to deliberately mislead people by saying there is panic selling / force selling on COMB but when other's point out that no such thing happened they are pompous retards are they?

By the way no one is trying to silence you but the bears (aka - people like you who bought high and are desparately trying to persuade others to buy the junk) are trying to silence the bears with all sorts of name calling (everyone knows that retard is your favourite word).

Well the bears have been silenced and many are paying for it, but the bears are laughing while you are paying interest on your margin account.

ok fair enough

24Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Thu Jan 19, 2012 8:22 am

ct.trader


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic

Rajaraam wrote:
ct.trader wrote:
nishanrs wrote:It seems that some people think that this forum is their exclusive playground and others are just supposed to shut-up and listen to all the so called expert advice that they offer. To set the record straight:

1. I am not "yelling from my throat" as uditha9 thinks and deserving to be mercilessly hammered and thrown in the sea. Try your best if you can. Don't presume to know whether I have bought at unrealistically high prices. That only shows that you are probably stuck with that predicament.

2. As ct.trader thinks, I did not engage in panic buying, nor am I an agent / proxy of "Rajitha". I seem to have bought at the right time, it seems. Today unfortunately there was a lot of selling pressure and stocks like COMB also went in some instances for 99.90.

I have the right to speak my mind, and I asked for comments on the situation from an Investment point of view. Not what you retards think from your high and mighty position. If you have anything positive to offer from an Investor or Analyst point of view, please do share your ideas and comments. That is what I asked for. I did not ask for you to show your pompous attitudes.

Positive and Negative comments welcome, if they are relevant to explaining the CSE situation. Otherwise, mind your business and don't comment for the sake of insulting others

Dear Rajitha or Nishanrs,
It's ok for you to deliberately mislead people by saying there is panic selling / force selling on COMB but when other's point out that no such thing happened they are pompous retards are they?

By the way no one is trying to silence you but the bears (aka - people like you who bought high and are desparately trying to persuade others to buy the junk) are trying to silence the bears with all sorts of name calling (everyone knows that retard is your favourite word).

Well the bears have been silenced and many are paying for it, but the bears are laughing while you are paying interest on your margin account.

Why not friend iluminati/ct.trader/rubber.trader,? Today we saw lot of panic selling. That is true. You can See tomorrow what will happen.

Well if you think Iluminati and rubber.traders are my duplicate accounts you have another thought coming. But I will confess that I do have another account here Twisted Evil you can start your guessing games

As for panic selling. Can you please explain why people are panic selling? Since late novemeber they have been collecting bargains of a lifetime (according to you and your duplicate accounts). So why are they suddenly in an almighty hurry sell those shares at prices lower than what they paid?

Almost every single share I checked is trading below the prices of november 28 - the day you and other agents of HNWI started their 'bargain of a lifetime' campaign.

25Panic Selling Empty Re: Panic Selling Thu Jan 19, 2012 2:26 pm

rijayasooriya

rijayasooriya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

ct.trader wrote:As for panic selling. Can you please explain why people are panic selling? Since late novemeber they have been collecting bargains of a lifetime (according to you and your duplicate accounts). So why are they suddenly in an almighty hurry sell those shares at prices lower than what they paid?

Almost every single share I checked is trading below the prices of november 28 - the day you and other agents of HNWI started their 'bargain of a lifetime' campaign.
You seems to have good knowledge about this bear cycle.So could you please enlighten our forum members about bottom of the market and at which level the true turn around will happen(just ur opinion) ?

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