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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » My First Step to CSE

My First Step to CSE

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karuna
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gayaniwasana
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1My First Step to CSE Empty My First Step to CSE Wed Jul 20, 2016 9:37 pm

gayaniwasana


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

I am going to purchase shares for the first time through my online account within next 14 days.

I prefer medium term investment or long term investment.

I do not have any idea about current share status of companies or overall indexes of share market. 

Please tell me about the current situation of ASI, MPI and other useful indexes. How can that situation affect share purchasing at the moment? To purchase, what are the ideal companies (for medium and long investment) at the moment which shares of them are down? 

Thank a lot! I love you

2My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Wed Jul 20, 2016 9:43 pm

Teller

Teller
Moderator
Moderator

Let me know your expected investment amount,holding period and your monthly income or disposable income

3My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Wed Jul 20, 2016 10:54 pm

karuna


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

gayaniwasana wrote:I am going to purchase shares for the first time through my online account within next 14 days.

I prefer medium term investment or long term investment.

I do not have any idea about current share status of companies or overall indexes of they market. 

Please tell me about the current situation of ASI, MPI and other useful indexes. How can that situation affect share purchasing at the moment? To purchase, what are the ideal companies (for medium and long investment) at the moment which shares of them are down? 

Thank a lot! I love you

I think I have a good kind hurt . I don't know u are new comer or not.  Personally I am not recommended my shares . Lots of new comers come and go investment is very hard to understand normal every investors doing proper invest after 4 years later.  Because they everybody firstly loosing after that slowly studying do invest. If you have a good mind u can do  proper invest future. 

I do not like to see you wasting your innocent money . Try to study long time after that u can do investment.  

I have a good hurt that's why I post do not worry.

4My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Wed Jul 20, 2016 11:57 pm

vic19

vic19
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

Dear Gayani,

your following statement frightens me;

 " I do not have any idea about current share status of companies or overall indexes of share market "

please  consider the following;

the money you are going to invest is yours.

there for please study and understand the functioning of the CSE market for some time and then start investing. this is not a savings account or fixed deposit.

this forum is just a online blog, no one knows each other and all are strangers  , please do not rely much on it.

this is my very humble opinion to you.


thanks very much

5My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:47 pm

gayaniwasana


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

Teller wrote:Let me know your expected investment amount,holding period and your monthly income or disposable income
First I expect to invest about Rs. 100,000 for about 1 or 2 months. It can also be longer. Thanks. Please can you give me current market status (concise answers) of my asked questions?

6My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:52 pm

nimantha80


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

buy jkh warrant sell above 10.

7My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:55 pm

hiransilva23


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

Nimantha80 jkhw 10ta yanna puluwan.bt api hamoma mulinma watenne e wage walawal wala.so eka echchara honda idea ekak nemei

8My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:57 pm

gayaniwasana


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

vic19 wrote:Dear Gayani,

your following statement frightens me;

 " I do not have any idea about current share status of companies or overall indexes of share market "

please  consider the following;

the money you are going to invest is yours.

there for please study and understand the functioning of the CSE market for some time and then start investing. this is not a savings account or fixed deposit.

this forum is just a online blog, no one knows each other and all are strangers  , please do not rely much on it.

this is my very humble opinion to you.


thanks very much
Thanks a lot for your advice. I have already known the facts you told about. In the past few weeks, I have been reading online CSE articles, tutorials, and study guides, and now I have a fairly knowledge. I just now need concise answers to my questions. So that I can determine whether I have understood facts correct and how what I have learnt can be applied in the practical way, probably starting from a smaller amounts.
I appreciate if you can name some of companies (according to my questions), so that at the moment I can narrow information gathering of those companies and just soon invest some to really get the first experience. These days I am trying to analyze using cse.lk daily update market info. But I am not confident 100% that is alone adequate to invest. If you answer, I can compare what I am doing now right.

9My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:59 pm

nimantha80


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

hiransilva23 wrote:Nimantha80 jkhw 10ta yanna puluwan.bt api hamoma mulinma watenne e wage walawal wala.so eka echchara honda idea ekak nemei
mata adala naa mama sell karanne 10+

10My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:01 pm

hiransilva23


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

K machan.uba ara post eka damme below 2.tamat tiyan innawa kiyanne ela kollekne.

11My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:01 pm

gayaniwasana


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

vic19 wrote:Dear Gayani,

your following statement frightens me;

 " I do not have any idea about current share status of companies or overall indexes of share market "

please  consider the following;

the money you are going to invest is yours.

there for please study and understand the functioning of the CSE market for some time and then start investing. this is not a savings account or fixed deposit.

this forum is just a online blog, no one knows each other and all are strangers  , please do not rely much on it.

this is my very humble opinion to you.


thanks very much

Thanks a lot for your advice. I have already known the facts you told about. In the past few weeks, I have been reading online CSE articles, tutorials, and study guides, and now I have a fairly knowledge. I just now need concise answers to my questions. So that I can determine whether I have understood facts correct and how what I have learnt can be applied in the practical way, probably starting from a smaller amounts.
I appreciate if you can name some of companies (according to my questions), so that at the moment I can narrow information gathering of those companies and just soon invest some to really get the first experience. These days I am trying to analyze using cse.lk daily update market info. But I am not confident 100% that is alone adequate to invest. If you answer, I can compare what I am doing now right.

12My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:02 pm

gayaniwasana


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

karuna wrote:
gayaniwasana wrote:I am going to purchase shares for the first time through my online account within next 14 days.

I prefer medium term investment or long term investment.

I do not have any idea about current share status of companies or overall indexes of they market. 

Please tell me about the current situation of ASI, MPI and other useful indexes. How can that situation affect share purchasing at the moment? To purchase, what are the ideal companies (for medium and long investment) at the moment which shares of them are down? 

Thank a lot! I love you

I think I have a good kind hurt . I don't know u are new comer or not.  Personally I am not recommended my shares . Lots of new comers come and go investment is very hard to understand normal every investors doing proper invest after 4 years later.  Because they everybody firstly loosing after that slowly studying do invest. If you have a good mind u can do  proper invest future. 

I do not like to see you wasting your innocent money . Try to study long time after that u can do investment.  

I have a good hurt that's why I post do not worry.
Thanks a lot for your advice. I have already known the facts you told about. In the past few weeks, I have been reading online CSE articles, tutorials, and study guides, and now I have a fairly knowledge. I just now need concise answers to my questions. So that I can determine whether I have understood facts correct and how what I have learnt can be applied in the practical way, probably starting from a smaller amounts.
I appreciate if you can name some of companies (according to my questions), so that at the moment I can narrow information gathering of those companies and just soon invest some to really get the first experience. These days I am trying to analyze using cse.lk daily update market info. But I am not confident 100% that is alone adequate to invest. If you answer, I can compare what I am doing now right. Rolling Eyes

13My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Fri Jul 22, 2016 2:36 pm

Chinwi

Chinwi
Associate Director - Equity Analytics
Associate Director - Equity Analytics

@ gayaniwasana,

...assuming that you are real and a female,

congratulations for your interest in this arena where most of young females reluctant to explore.

1/ 1. You can invest 100,000 and lose or gain - money wise.
2. Even you lose some amount it will teach you practical lessons to gain experience to earn millions in future.

2/ You must first to learn to get basic idea of shares using their actual asset value per share.
X may be a popular big name having big buildings everywhere , and Y can be a small player in same field but if X has issued millions of shares more than Y , then value of Y may go higher than X.
Similarly EPS and other ratios are there.

3/ People use Technical analysis also to get idea of trading prices.

4/ You can study history graphs and learn. http://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/summary?s=VONE.N0000:CSE

We commandeered VONE few weeks ago and bought @ 20-21 . It was a good price. But last week it came down to 19.

It create a better value to grab that share. As I used only half of my allocation for VONE @ 21, I was able to get some more @ lower price.


HPWR is also safe at the moment and meant for mid term.
You can see graph of CSF and see it has reached bottom.
So if you like to take small risk , get some. Its asset value is 1/-
It may go either way. Coming report will show the direction.
At the moment no go for tea plantations. But tea selling people may get good future.
Observe Aluminium and grab some if the prices go down during next 6 months.
We are unable to predict the future of most industries due to ever changing policies.

14My First Step to CSE Empty Re: My First Step to CSE Fri Jul 22, 2016 3:04 pm

karuna


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

Chinwi wrote:@ gayaniwasana,

...assuming that you are real and a female,

congratulations for your interest in this arena where most of young females reluctant to explore.

1/ 1. You can invest 100,000 and lose or gain - money wise.
2. Even you lose some amount it will teach you practical lessons to gain experience to earn millions in future.

2/ You must first to learn to get basic idea of shares  using their actual asset value per share.
X may be a popular big name having big buildings everywhere , and Y can be a small player in same field but if X has issued millions of shares more than Y , then value of Y may go higher than X.
Similarly EPS and other ratios are there.

3/ People use Technical analysis also to get idea of trading prices.

4/ You can study history graphs and learn. http://markets.ft.com/data/equities/tearsheet/summary?s=VONE.N0000:CSE

We commandeered VONE few weeks ago and bought @ 20-21 . It was a good price.  But last week it came down to 19.

It create a better value to grab that share. As I used only half of my allocation for VONE @ 21, I was able to get some more @ lower price.


 HPWR is also safe at the moment and meant for mid term.  
You can see graph of CSF and see it has reached bottom.
So if you like to take small risk , get some. Its asset value is 1/-
It may go either way. Coming report will show the direction.
 At the moment no go for tea plantations. But tea selling people may get good future.
Observe Aluminium   and grab some if the prices go down during next 6 months.
We are unable to predict the future of most industries due to ever changing policies.

Think 10 time he is cunningly post I think carefully about your money . 
Don't follow anyone . 
If you invest with cunningly people u will sell with out a reason.  
Use your Brean  . I do not want your innocent money. I already  replied to u  above page. Thanks

15My First Step to CSE Empty JKH.W0023 Tue Jul 26, 2016 10:55 am

gayaniwasana


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

nimantha80 wrote:buy jkh warrant sell above 10.
JKH.W0023 has today (26th 10.32 AM) has decreased to 6.90? On July 21, it was 7.70. What do you think about in the coming days? Will it go to 10 within how many days?

16My First Step to CSE Empty JKH.W0023 Tue Jul 26, 2016 10:56 am

gayaniwasana


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

hiransilva23 wrote:K machan.uba ara post eka damme below 2.tamat tiyan innawa kiyanne ela kollekne.
nimantha80 wrote:buy jkh warrant sell above 10.
JKH.W0023 has today (26th 10.32 AM) has decreased to 6.90? On July 21, it was 7.70. What do you think about in the coming days? Will it go to 10 within how many days?

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