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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » Illegal activities that are prohibited in the stock market.

Illegal activities that are prohibited in the stock market.

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Asoka Samarakone


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Painting the tape – Engaging in a series of transactions in securities that are reported publicly to give the impression of activity or price movement in a security; 

Marking the close – Buying and selling securities at the close of the market in an effort to alter the closing price of the security; 

Improper matched orders – Engaging in transactions where both the buy and sell orders are entered at the same time with the same price and quantity by different but colluding parties; 

Engaging in buying activity at increasingly higher prices and then selling securities in the market at the higher prices (hype and dump) or vice versa (i.e. selling activity at lower prices and then buying at such lower prices); 

Wash Sales – Engaging in transactions in which there is no genuine change in actual ownership of a security taking into consideration internal control systems adopted by the firms to prevent manipulative practices; 

Squeezing the float – Taking advantage of a shortage of securities in the market by controlling the demand side and exploiting market congestion during such shortages in a way as to create artificial prices; 

Disseminating false or misleading market information through media, including the internet, or any other means to move the price of a security in a direction that is favorable to a position held or a transaction; and 

 

As responsible investors we should abide by all the laws and should not indulge in such dubious activities. 

fireshelter

fireshelter
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics

Very Happy Very Happy

fireshelter

fireshelter
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics

Remember any one Get USD Borrowings and sell in our market That's can't do long term

Quibit


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

These should be regulated by way of SEC Law in Sri Lanka. After that even the limited people who are investing will also run away from the market. Good luck God bless CSE.. Smile

vic19

vic19
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

Hi Mr Asoka,thanks as usual for your article. Wink

those may be illegal in print and in law. however are they enforced by the SEC is the Billion Dollar question for that matter world over ( I doubt very much ) only selective people are punished world over . Surprised

samaritan


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Quibit wrote:These should be regulated by way of SEC Law in Sri Lanka. After that even the limited people who are investing will also run away from the market. Good luck God bless CSE.. :)

Agree. Then it will be known as "STUCK MARKET". Illegal activities that are prohibited in the stock market.  Icon_lol

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