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SEC lifts sales ban on brokers, relaxes credit restrictions

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sanju351


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@bandara 123 wrote:I really like this. Mkt should be less restrictions, but controlls should be their. taking credit is the risk of the purchaser and giving credits is the risk of the brokers firm.Both parties should manage it, i mean we can't do anything for that.

Small no body can dump shares on anybody. that is totally wrong. when buying shares the buyers should have a clear idea of what is he doing. if it is not the case what shall we do for it.

Now take this NSB TFC deal. broker restrictions suddenly came in to effect because of that. Just think about the genuine people, now that thay can't do a transaction withing six months time period. Now who is responsible for that blunder (TFC NSB) without taking thoes people for ......... what is the point of putting a rulling to the mkt.

think wisely. i like this.........

Totally agree with you ..
Nobody force you to buy ..we buy thinking of profits ..some times we lose ..thats the part and parcel of the game ..

Or else you can be a smart invester ..after a careful research you can get in to securities ..
Am sure we will go to new hights now and if you invest wisely all can be winners ..

Play safe ...

Thank you Mr Godahewa & all those who swet for this startin g from Mr.Dilith Jayaweera .. flower flower flower

aj


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Let's all contribute to the lottery to gift a car or make another pool in the broker hut owners backyard as Thilak said.

sanju351


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid
@aj wrote:Let's all contribute to the lottery to gift a car or make another pool in the broker hut owners backyard as Thilak said.

wiki


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@bandara 123 wrote:I really like this. Mkt should be less restrictions, but controlls should be their. taking credit is the risk of the purchaser and giving credits is the risk of the brokers firm.Both parties should manage it, i mean we can't do anything for that.

Small no body can dump shares on anybody. that is totally wrong. when buying shares the buyers should have a clear idea of what is he doing. if it is not the case what shall we do for it.

Now take this NSB TFC deal. broker restrictions suddenly came in to effect because of that. Just think about the genuine people, now that thay can't do a transaction withing six months time period. Now who is responsible for that blunder (TFC NSB) without taking thoes people for ......... what is the point of putting a rulling to the mkt.

think wisely. i like this.........

When you cant regulate.. you need restriction ..that is the case in SL because all are connected

It is good to have a free market.. Very Happy but uncontrolled credit will bring a systematic risk.. it is not only risk the borrower and the lender


aj


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
the stock brokers are now permitted to extend credit to their clients three times the adjusted Net Capital (i.e. Net Capital minus 50 percent of fixed assets) without having to deduct outstanding debtors from net capital.
Does it mean if the broker borrow 10 billion from some bank it's not deducted from the capital but the burrowed money pumps up the ability to give more credit without it the debt money deducted from the credit limit? Sounds like Godahewa have given limitless credit.

gamaya


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Yeah, lets all contribute to that swimming pool at Mr.Brokers backyard.

I hope the pensioners would also contribute with their lifetime savings, after hearing all the CSE "INVESTOR" promotions going from town to town. Very Happy

worthiness


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Law is enforced to protect the rights of people who can enjoy the benefits throughout the life time equally irrespective of man made differences....Such practices are applicable in both social & business environment.

Share market concerned some school of thoughts may argue that reposing certain regulations push up the speed of capital markets which jack up sustenance of economic development. Time has come up again to re think the how far such benefits are fairly distributed.

opfdo

opfdo
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
http://forum.srilankaequity.com/t23566-what-do-you-think#141095

cast your vote

NewInvestor

NewInvestor
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
CT bought GREG recently as I can remember Very Happy

wgsaman

wgsaman
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
sec is trying to make another bangladesh market

Rajitha

Rajitha
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Marketinvest wrote:Wack ya. Market wins we win

ROFL man go read what it says. Over 90% of the people on this forum going to loose big time in future! Lets see how WE and YOU win in coming months and yeas.

I can see many people here trying to herd the pigs to one place already. This time its going to worse than the last bubble burst when they start to pump and dump.

Don't worry though I think they will wait to collect b4 they ump you have enough time to sll your shares in whole sale when market goes below 5000 limit.

Dileepa


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
I think SEC has gone mad.
Brokers/Investment advisers were giving some sensible recommendations in recent past.
Don't expect that from now onward.
SEC have forgot it's duty and now in the process of doing exactly opposite of what it supposed to do.
World bank have cut its overall growth forecast for all Asian markets.
3Q profit is expected to deteriorate.
Has anything changed from July to September except sentiments?
We all know that a market can not be driven by sentiments.
If the SEC had good faith behind this decision, they should have waited till 3Q reports are out.
Eventually investors will realize that this well is empty and they will move away.

Whitebull


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Dileepa wrote:I think SEC has gone mad.
Brokers/Investment advisers were giving some sensible recommendations in recent past.
Don't expect that from now onward.
SEC have forgot it's duty and now in the process of doing exactly opposite of what it supposed to do.
World bank have cut its overall growth forecast for all Asian markets.
3Q profit is expected to deteriorate.
Has anything changed from July to September except sentiments?
We all know that a market can not be driven by sentiments.
If the SEC had good faith behind this decision, they should have waited till 3Q reports are out.
Eventually investors will realize that this well is empty and they will move away.

Anyway we can not forget that as an overall the market has been over - corrected so it has need some kick start to reverse the negative sentiment which has cast upon the market like a dark cloud.And we have to use common sense when doing trading in current scenario.

opfdo

opfdo
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
CSE is going to end before December 23rd. May be at the end of this week ? this month ? tommorow ?? jocolor

Mewage posts kiyawaddi mata ehema hithenawa members.

To someone it is all over.

@Dileepa wrote:I think SEC has gone mad.
Brokers/Investment advisers were giving some sensible recommendations in recent past.
Don't expect that from now onward.
SEC have forgot it's duty and now in the process of doing exactly opposite of what it supposed to do.
World bank have cut its overall growth forecast for all Asian markets.
3Q profit is expected to deteriorate.
Has anything changed from July to September except sentiments?
We all know that a market can not be driven by sentiments.
If the SEC had good faith behind this decision, they should have waited till 3Q reports are out.
Eventually investors will realize that this well is empty and they will move away.

smallville

smallville
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
@Whitebull wrote:
@Dileepa wrote:I think SEC has gone mad.
Brokers/Investment advisers were giving some sensible recommendations in recent past.
Don't expect that from now onward.
SEC have forgot it's duty and now in the process of doing exactly opposite of what it supposed to do.
World bank have cut its overall growth forecast for all Asian markets.
3Q profit is expected to deteriorate.
Has anything changed from July to September except sentiments?
We all know that a market can not be driven by sentiments.
If the SEC had good faith behind this decision, they should have waited till 3Q reports are out.
Eventually investors will realize that this well is empty and they will move away.

Anyway we can not forget that as an overall the market has been over - corrected so it has need some kick start to reverse the negative sentiment which has cast upon the market like a dark cloud.And we have to use common sense when doing trading in current scenario.

Tru tru.. Market needed a move from negative territory to positive one..
When ASI was at 4730s, we called it the bottom.. And it has risen to 5600 without much hassle and red days.. But who thought this phase was actually a manipulated one? Fery few.. All others were happy to book profit.. Actually it should be the way, I mean; one should capitalize on a possible dip.
This move was done methodologically to welcome a new SEC head and to imply that his arrival alone brings the market up.. Needless to say there were ppl who were completely lost earlier with so closer to hung on a noose, saved by the bell Wink

To kick start a reversal of negative sentiment, what actually came up as fuel? Have the corporate earnings improved? Have the country's economic woes settled? Interest rates declined?

I frankly dont see much to give credit to a stock market boom... But infrastructure facilities are developing at a fancy pace, so hotels, land sectors might see some business in coming months..

So we're fishing in an uncertain market.. So we have to be cautious and use our heads Wink

Dileepa


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@smallville wrote:
Tru tru.. Market needed a move from negative territory to positive one..
When ASI was at 4730s, we called it the bottom.. And it has risen to 5600 without much hassle and red days.. But who thought this phase was actually a manipulated one? Fery few.. All others were happy to book profit.. Actually it should be the way, I mean; one should capitalize on a possible dip.
This move was done methodologically to welcome a new SEC head and to imply that his arrival alone brings the market up.. Needless to say there were ppl who were completely lost earlier with so closer to hung on a noose, saved by the bell Wink

To kick start a reversal of negative sentiment, what actually came up as fuel? Have the corporate earnings improved? Have the country's economic woes settled? Interest rates declined?

I frankly dont see much to give credit to a stock market boom... But infrastructure facilities are developing at a fancy pace, so hotels, land sectors might see some business in coming months..

So we're fishing in an uncertain market.. So we have to be cautious and use our heads Wink
small, you are always to the point!!
This relaxation is a disgusting and shameless act by the SEC. (I think it has already backfired)
What I can not believe is, some people still open new threads urging not to sell.
How can they ask not to sell without knowing what other people are holding and what their investment scope is?
This is hilarious jocolor
We know that 3Q profit forecast is not good and only few companies will beat the threshold.
Market have gone up for nothing and when results come out, a dip will be imminent.
Some people may be selling already based on leaked info. That is why using head is very important as you said.

dhanurrox


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Dileepa wrote:
@smallville wrote:
Tru tru.. Market needed a move from negative territory to positive one..
When ASI was at 4730s, we called it the bottom.. And it has risen to 5600 without much hassle and red days.. But who thought this phase was actually a manipulated one? Fery few.. All others were happy to book profit.. Actually it should be the way, I mean; one should capitalize on a possible dip.
This move was done methodologically to welcome a new SEC head and to imply that his arrival alone brings the market up.. Needless to say there were ppl who were completely lost earlier with so closer to hung on a noose, saved by the bell Wink

To kick start a reversal of negative sentiment, what actually came up as fuel? Have the corporate earnings improved? Have the country's economic woes settled? Interest rates declined?

I frankly dont see much to give credit to a stock market boom... But infrastructure facilities are developing at a fancy pace, so hotels, land sectors might see some business in coming months..

So we're fishing in an uncertain market.. So we have to be cautious and use our heads Wink
small, you are always to the point!!
This relaxation is a disgusting and shameless act by the SEC. (I think it has already backfired)
What I can not believe is, some people still open new threads urging not to sell.
How can they ask not to sell without knowing what other people are holding and what their investment scope is?
This is hilarious jocolor
We know that 3Q profit forecast is not good and only few companies will beat the threshold.
Market have gone up for nothing and when results come out, a dip will be imminent.
Some people may be selling already based on leaked info. That is why using head is very important as you said.


If JKH at least remained flat this week you would have been silent.

Dileepa


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@dhanurrox wrote:
If JKH at least remained flat this week you would have been silent.
dhanurrox, blinded by greediness in the biggest enemy of you and me.

①If you look at from FA point of view, 3Q forecast is low and we can expect a downfall.
②If you use TA, a clear sell signal was generated last week.
③If you use general sense, market have gone up without a cause and it should come down.
Whats left other than Financial Analysis, Trade Analysis and General sense is speculation.
If you go by the speculation that is your choice.

Regarding ②, I use three signal generators in DFN.
All 3 were giving sell signal 3days ago.
SEC lifts sales ban on brokers, relaxes credit restrictions - Page 2 Neuros10



econ

econ
Global Moderator
eventhough credit rules has relaxed, market did not reacted positevely at all.

Sidath

Sidath
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
why daily FT silent on this?

Marketinvest

Marketinvest
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
See its like this market always cannot continuously have a run there needs to be a correction in between. By the end of the year i expect market to reach new heights and have a correction early next year based on my gutt feeling. I am quite confident abt this.

sahan8896


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Dileepa wrote:
@smallville wrote:
Tru tru.. Market needed a move from negative territory to positive one..
When ASI was at 4730s, we called it the bottom.. And it has risen to 5600 without much hassle and red days.. But who thought this phase was actually a manipulated one? Fery few.. All others were happy to book profit.. Actually it should be the way, I mean; one should capitalize on a possible dip.
This move was done methodologically to welcome a new SEC head and to imply that his arrival alone brings the market up.. Needless to say there were ppl who were completely lost earlier with so closer to hung on a noose, saved by the bell Wink

To kick start a reversal of negative sentiment, what actually came up as fuel? Have the corporate earnings improved? Have the country's economic woes settled? Interest rates declined?

I frankly dont see much to give credit to a stock market boom... But infrastructure facilities are developing at a fancy pace, so hotels, land sectors might see some business in coming months..

So we're fishing in an uncertain market.. So we have to be cautious and use our heads Wink
small, you are always to the point!!
This relaxation is a disgusting and shameless act by the SEC. (I think it has already backfired)
What I can not believe is, some people still open new threads urging not to sell.
How can they ask not to sell without knowing what other people are holding and what their investment scope is?
This is hilarious jocolor
We know that 3Q profit forecast is not good and only few companies will beat the threshold.
Market have gone up for nothing and when results come out, a dip will be imminent.
Some people may be selling already based on leaked info
. That is why using head is very important as you said.


Don't try to mislead others.Can you say which companies will come up with bad results.

fairbullrun

fairbullrun
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@sahan8896 wrote:
@Dileepa wrote:
@smallville wrote:
Tru tru.. Market needed a move from negative territory to positive one..
When ASI was at 4730s, we called it the bottom.. And it has risen to 5600 without much hassle and red days.. But who thought this phase was actually a manipulated one? Fery few.. All others were happy to book profit.. Actually it should be the way, I mean; one should capitalize on a possible dip.
This move was done methodologically to welcome a new SEC head and to imply that his arrival alone brings the market up.. Needless to say there were ppl who were completely lost earlier with so closer to hung on a noose, saved by the bell Wink

To kick start a reversal of negative sentiment, what actually came up as fuel? Have the corporate earnings improved? Have the country's economic woes settled? Interest rates declined?

I frankly dont see much to give credit to a stock market boom... But infrastructure facilities are developing at a fancy pace, so hotels, land sectors might see some business in coming months..

So we're fishing in an uncertain market.. So we have to be cautious and use our heads Wink
small, you are always to the point!!
This relaxation is a disgusting and shameless act by the SEC. (I think it has already backfired)
What I can not believe is, some people still open new threads urging not to sell.
How can they ask not to sell without knowing what other people are holding and what their investment scope is?
This is hilarious jocolor
We know that 3Q profit forecast is not good and only few companies will beat the threshold.
Market have gone up for nothing and when results come out, a dip will be imminent.
Some people may be selling already based on leaked info
. That is why using head is very important as you said.


Don't try to mislead others.Can you say which companies will come up with bad results.

I too agree with sahan8896, then everybody can get good picture of the argument

sahan8896


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@sahan8896 wrote:
@Dileepa wrote:
@smallville wrote:
Tru tru.. Market needed a move from negative territory to positive one..
When ASI was at 4730s, we called it the bottom.. And it has risen to 5600 without much hassle and red days.. But who thought this phase was actually a manipulated one? Fery few.. All others were happy to book profit.. Actually it should be the way, I mean; one should capitalize on a possible dip.
This move was done methodologically to welcome a new SEC head and to imply that his arrival alone brings the market up.. Needless to say there were ppl who were completely lost earlier with so closer to hung on a noose, saved by the bell Wink

To kick start a reversal of negative sentiment, what actually came up as fuel? Have the corporate earnings improved? Have the country's economic woes settled? Interest rates declined?

I frankly dont see much to give credit to a stock market boom... But infrastructure facilities are developing at a fancy pace, so hotels, land sectors might see some business in coming months..

So we're fishing in an uncertain market.. So we have to be cautious and use our heads Wink
small, you are always to the point!!
This relaxation is a disgusting and shameless act by the SEC. (I think it has already backfired)
What I can not believe is, some people still open new threads urging not to sell.
How can they ask not to sell without knowing what other people are holding and what their investment scope is?
This is hilarious jocolor
We know that 3Q profit forecast is not good and only few companies will beat the threshold.
Market have gone up for nothing and when results come out, a dip will be imminent.
Some people may be selling already based on leaked info
. That is why using head is very important as you said.


Don't try to mislead others.Can you say which companies will come up with bad results.
Mr Dileepa now what have you got go say about the things highlighted in Red.WATA,COLO,SEYB,HSIG,AEL have come up with good results.others will follow.Don't try to mislead others buy using words like "imminent" , "hidden info"

Dileepa


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@sahan8896 wrote:
Mr Dileepa now what have you got go say about the things highlighted in Red.WATA,COLO,SEYB,HSIG,AEL have come up with good results.others will follow.Don't try to mislead others buy using words like "imminent" , "hidden info"
Don't have time to go through the reports right now.
How is the performance when compared to 3Q 2011 & 2012?

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