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Your Sri Lankan Solution

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uditha9
wiki
rijayasooriya
UKboy
sirimevan
ABEST
Market Sucker
Hiru
duke
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1Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:59 am

duke


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

Problem: 50% students are failing exams
Solution: Decrease the pass mark.

Problem: Stabilize petrol price
Solution: Buy throw-away stocks.

Problem: Criminals are filling up prisons.
Solution: Loosen up the laws.

Problem: Insider dealings are wrong and unfair.
Solution: Make them legal

Problem: Stock market not performing well.
Solution: Give everybody more and more credit.

2Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:16 am

Hiru


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Problem: tourism needs more sex workers to maintain attraction and competitiveness
Solution: introduce the job to your loved ones and rent out one of your room to conduct a brothel

3Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:19 am

Market Sucker

Market Sucker
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

Hiru wrote:Problem: tourism needs more sex workers to maintain attraction and competitiveness
Solution: introduce the job to your loved ones and rent out one of your room to conduct a brothel


join at HIKKA Wink

4Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:20 am

ABEST


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

duke wrote:Problem: 50% students are failing exams
Solution: Decrease the pass mark.

Problem: Stabilize petrol price
Solution: Buy throw-away stocks.

Problem: Criminals are filling up prisons.
Solution: Loosen up the laws.

Problem: Insider dealings are wrong and unfair.
Solution: Make them legal

Problem: Stock market not performing well.
Solution: Give everybody more and more credit.
all solutions are mislead next generations

5Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:58 am

sirimevan

sirimevan
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

let us think that we are suffering for our own future,
future would be always better after great sacrifises,

6Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 11:21 am

UKboy

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

Problem: Power & Money can change things big time
Solution: Live in a dream world.

7Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 1:27 pm

rijayasooriya

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

If u people think Sri Lanka is like that then go and invest or live in another country...

8Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 4:16 pm

wiki


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

rijayasooriya wrote:If u people think Sri Lanka is like that then go and invest or live in another country...

No my dear invest by knowing/ Understanding all these the ground realities... if not dont invest or go to another country.

9Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 4:41 pm

rijayasooriya

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

wiki wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:If u people think Sri Lanka is like that then go and invest or live in another country...

No my dear invest by knowing/ Understanding all these the ground realities... if not dont invest or go to another country.

What u have told is right.

But look at the first post and the topic.....If some foriegner read it what will they think about our country?

Will they invest in our stock market?

10Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 4:49 pm

uditha9


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Hiru wrote:Problem: tourism needs more sex workers to maintain attraction and competitiveness
Solution: introduce the job to your loved ones and rent out one of your room to conduct a brothel

then list it in the stock market

11Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 6:16 pm

rijayasooriya

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

uditha9 wrote:
Hiru wrote:Problem: tourism needs more sex workers to maintain attraction and competitiveness
Solution: introduce the job to your loved ones and rent out one of your room to conduct a brothel

then list it in the stock market

Do not apply for thar IPO.

Thanks to new credit rules, Definitely u can buy from secondary market at a price well below IPO.

But if it come as an introduction buy it early in the morning....Thanks to so called miraculous price band u can sell it with huge profit on the sameday.

12Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 6:19 pm

npc86

npc86
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

rijayasooriya wrote:
uditha9 wrote:
Hiru wrote:Problem: tourism needs more sex workers to maintain attraction and competitiveness
Solution: introduce the job to your loved ones and rent out one of your room to conduct a brothel

then list it in the stock market

Do not apply for thar IPO.

Thanks to new credit rules, Definitely u can buy from secondary market at a price well below IPO.

But if it come as an introduction buy it early in the morning....Thanks to so called miraculous price band u can sell it with huge profit on the sameday.

I'll buy it @ privet placement even not in IPO... lol!

13Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 7:34 pm

duke


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

rijayasooriya wrote:
wiki wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:If u people think Sri Lanka is like that then go and invest or live in another country...

No my dear invest by knowing/ Understanding all these the ground realities... if not dont invest or go to another country.

What u have told is right.

But look at the first post and the topic.....If some foriegner read it what will they think about our country?

Will they invest in our stock market?

I've heard that when we get aid as loans for something like building roads, houses or some infrastructure, almost half of the money goes to pockets. Nope 50% is not going to a single pocket. It happens like this. Let's say you're building a road and at the lowest level each laborer gets 1000 a day. The cost is put as 2000 but the laborer gets only 1000 in reality. From that amount bit by bit is gone to pockets of each person from the local contractors, local officers, regional officers, government officials to the people who are in the highest approving authority of the projects in the corruption chain.
I think in the cricket sector this 50% must be much higher.



Last edited by duke on Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:47 am; edited 1 time in total

14Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:55 pm

rijayasooriya

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

duke wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:
wiki wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:If u people think Sri Lanka is like that then go and invest or live in another country...

No my dear invest by knowing/ Understanding all these the ground realities... if not dont invest or go to another country.

What u have told is right.

But look at the first post and the topic.....If some foriegner read it what will they think about our country?

Will they invest in our stock market?

I've heard that when we get aid as loans for something like building roads, houses or some infrastructure, almost half of the money goes to pockets. Nope 50% is not going to a single pocket. It happens like this. Let's say you're building a road and at the lowest level each laborer gets 1000 a day. The cost is put as 2000 but the laborer gets only 1000 in reality. From that amount bit by bit is gone to pockets of each person from the contractor to the people who are in the highest approving person of the project in the corruption chain.
I think in the cricket sector this 50% must be much higher.

This post is not to justify those type of action. Can anyone tell a country which has eradicated those type of actions? I do not think so. U have to eradicate the greediness if u want to eradicate those things.But we can minimize those things. Again it can not be done overnight.

15Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:20 pm

NightStalker


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic

duke wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:
wiki wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:If u people think Sri Lanka is like that then go and invest or live in another country...

No my dear invest by knowing/ Understanding all these the ground realities... if not dont invest or go to another country.

What u have told is right.

But look at the first post and the topic.....If some foriegner read it what will they think about our country?

Will they invest in our stock market?

I've heard that when we get aid as loans for something like building roads, houses or some infrastructure, almost half of the money goes to pockets. Nope 50% is not going to a single pocket. It happens like this. Let's say you're building a road and at the lowest level each laborer gets 1000 a day. The cost is put as 2000 but the laborer gets only 1000 in reality. From that amount bit by bit is gone to pockets of each person from the contractor to the people who are in the highest approving person of the project in the corruption chain.
I think in the cricket sector this 50% must be much higher.

I think 50% is a very conservative figure ;-) And also usually the contractor who wins the bid is from the country that donates the money.

16Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:29 pm

wis


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

rijayasooriya wrote:
This post is not to justify those type of action. Can anyone tell a country which has eradicated those type of actions? I do not think so. U have to eradicate the greediness if u want to eradicate those things.But we can minimize those things. Again it can not be done overnight.

It took only something like 20 years for Singapore to become some hell hole to what it is today. Not even a life time of a man. Just about 20 years. If you want, you can. Of course there must be worse countries like Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan, Nigeria...

After the war now it's more than 2 years.

17Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:34 pm

rijayasooriya

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

npc86 wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:
uditha9 wrote:
Hiru wrote:Problem: tourism needs more sex workers to maintain attraction and competitiveness
Solution: introduce the job to your loved ones and rent out one of your room to conduct a brothel

then list it in the stock market

Do not apply for thar IPO.

Thanks to new credit rules, Definitely u can buy from secondary market at a price well below IPO.

But if it come as an introduction buy it early in the morning....Thanks to so called miraculous price band u can sell it with huge profit on the sameday.

I'll buy it @ privet placement even not in IPO... lol!

Do not hurry friend. If it is fairly valued PP again u can buy it at secondary market at a lower price.



OR



Did u mean that u are going to buy it(them) at (ur)private place(ment)...Wink

18Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:40 pm

wis


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

Check this out.

Palmyrah tree bares road racket

Officials of the Economic Affairs Ministry and the Road Development Authority on Friday rushed a team to Kalpitiya. Their mission was to investigate as to how a Palmyrah tree was growing on a newly carpeted road.

Our area correspondent Padma Kumri Kankanamge had captured the picture of the palmyrah tree beginning to grow on the Palathudawa-Talawila road. The visiting team could not find the location of the tree and sought the assistance of our correspondent after they heard that she had captured the picture.

She took them to the location and found that the plant had been removed, but the marks were visible. The visiting officials were unable to give an explanation as to how the palmyrah tree was growing on this road built at the cost of Rs. 36.3 million. The road was part of the 'Sapiri Gamak Supiri Ratak" project concluded in April.

http://sundaytimes.lk/110710/Columns/cafe.html

19Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Your Sri Lankan solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 9:59 pm

dsam

dsam
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

duke wrote:Problem: 50% students are failing exams
Solution: Decrease the pass mark.

Problem: Stabilize petrol price
Solution: Buy throw-away stocks.

Problem: Criminals are filling up prisons.
Solution: Loosen up the laws.

Problem: Insider dealings are wrong and unfair.
Solution: Make them legal

Problem: Stock market not performing well.
Solution: Give everybody more and more credit.





These people born in this country, got education thanks to free education system and doing there business in Sri Lanka but still I can't understand why this people can't go to their dream world than living here by cursing to this country.This is very Bad my friend.

20Your Sri Lankan Solution Empty Re: Your Sri Lankan Solution Tue Jul 26, 2011 10:00 pm

npc86

npc86
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

rijayasooriya wrote:
npc86 wrote:
rijayasooriya wrote:
uditha9 wrote:
Hiru wrote:Problem: tourism needs more sex workers to maintain attraction and competitiveness
Solution: introduce the job to your loved ones and rent out one of your room to conduct a brothel

then list it in the stock market

Do not apply for thar IPO.

Thanks to new credit rules, Definitely u can buy from secondary market at a price well below IPO.

But if it come as an introduction buy it early in the morning....Thanks to so called miraculous price band u can sell it with huge profit on the sameday.

I'll buy it @ privet placement even not in IPO... lol!

Do not hurry friend. If it is fairly valued PP again u can buy it at secondary market at a lower price.



OR



Did u mean that u are going to buy it(them) at (ur)private place(ment)...Wink


Yes soorii..PP is much better…cat

Because I need not to hold till bonus issue…!

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