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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » disappointment - moving towards.. no where!

disappointment - moving towards.. no where!

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salt

salt
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

The market trend is so disappointing! We can smell the disappointment from the comments here as well. Trust that we are not going to see a financial distress in the nature of what happned in Bangladesh?

early


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

I dont think there is any reason to have worries like that. Market has lost direction because the cedit clearence issues that are comming up in September and December are playing at the backs of everybodys minds. People want to invest, but then think prices might be cheaper around end of September. But I feel there is no huge issue here as the 50% credit clearence in March was got through with quite smoothly if I remember correctly. And whats comming up is only a 25% clearence. Also, brokers are allready getting ready for this by curtailing credit so that the impact by end September would be minimal. I guess the market would stabilise around these levels and the fundementaly strong, undervalued counters would make a move in the comming months.

Aamiable


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

Major part seems to have cleared, do not allow new bubbles to form...... Good time for real investments.......

duke


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

early wrote:I dont think there is any reason to have worries like that. Market has lost direction because the cedit clearence issues that are comming up in September and December are playing at the backs of everybodys minds. People want to invest, but then think prices might be cheaper around end of September. But I feel there is no huge issue here as the 50% credit clearence in March was got through with quite smoothly if I remember correctly. And whats comming up is only a 25% clearence. Also, brokers are allready getting ready for this by curtailing credit so that the impact by end September would be minimal. I guess the market would stabilise around these levels and the fundementaly strong, undervalued counters would make a move in the comming months.

50% credit clearing went smoothly? Wink

ShareShares


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

early wrote:I dont think there is any reason to have worries like that. Market has lost direction because the cedit clearence issues that are comming up in September and December are playing at the backs of everybodys minds. People want to invest, but then think prices might be cheaper around end of September. But I feel there is no huge issue here as the 50% credit clearence in March was got through with quite smoothly if I remember correctly. And whats comming up is only a 25% clearence. Also, brokers are allready getting ready for this by curtailing credit so that the impact by end September would be minimal. I guess the market would stabilise around these levels and the fundementaly strong, undervalued counters would make a move in the comming months.

What about shares like NTB, LOLC,KGAL, AHUN , RICH. on a medium term basis.

early


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

@Shareshares,
All the shares you have mentioned are good, and if you allready have them in your portfolio and not on credit, then better to hold for medium term. However as the overall market is declining the prices of even these shares may dip a little more in the short term.

All the best

ShareShares


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

Might not dip further, might move up and down on a daily basis. I dot not expect a further decline in solid medium and large cap shares. There is hope that force selling would not be an issue in future. It was observed repeatedly, as long as there is no force selling market survives any form of natural disaster. Force selling was the biggest obstetrical even for the real investors. If there is no force selling new funds would come to the CSE. Because of others credit real investors also suffered. Those shares attract real investments would survive even the T 5 effect. I am not sure about speculative shares. Shares grow on solid funds would perform well.

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

After you damage something it is not that easy to correct it. Anyway if this happend that would be a good move towards the rebuild the confidence.

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