@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 ..