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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » Seems no one wants to buy and no one wants to sell!

Seems no one wants to buy and no one wants to sell!

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Academic


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Seems no one wants to buy and no one wants to sell! In your opinion, what does this low volume mean?

lokuayya


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
buyers waiting for next force selling spree , sellers waiting for the meeting results. heh...

Academic


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@lokuayya wrote:buyers waiting for next force selling spree , sellers waiting for the meeting results. heh...

The meeting that outs good news tomorrow!

How an overvalued market can be rescued by a meeting?

pushpakumara


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Somthing to do with liquidity, is not it? Monies are drained no where to go....

Suthar

Suthar
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@Academic wrote:
Seems no one wants to buy and no one wants to sell! In your opinion, what does this low volume mean?

I think this what good for us.

When volumes are low, income for brokers, CSE,SEC and GOSL will reduce. hen only they will open thier eyes and see what has went wrong. If volumes decreasing more and more then that will be the bad news which can lead to a good news.

Whan forced selling happens who's getting benefited? Thats brokers, CSE, SEC. Why I'm saying this, cos they get thier commision, charges, tax etc.

Please share ur thoughts

dsam

dsam
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Suthar,you are absolutely correct

stockdad


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
@Suthar wrote:
@Academic wrote:
Seems no one wants to buy and no one wants to sell! In your opinion, what does this low volume mean?

I think this what good for us.

When volumes are low, income for brokers, CSE,SEC and GOSL will reduce. hen only they will open thier eyes and see what has went wrong. If volumes decreasing more and more then that will be the bad news which can lead to a good news.

Whan forced selling happens who's getting benefited? Thats brokers, CSE, SEC. Why I'm saying this, cos they get thier commision, charges, tax etc.

Please share ur thoughts




No you are wrong.
When forced selling happens nobody benefits. Bcos as has happened, it makes market depressed, resulting in lesser number of transactions due to ppl not actively trading as earlier, resulting in lower income for brokers cse, sec

duke


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
is it really low volume when comparing the size of the whole colombo stock market and it's history?
Anyway one thing you can do is relax the brokerage fees. otherwise you need the stocks go up in a some scale to get even simple profit. But I don't think brokers will discuss that at the meetings. Smile

Suthar

Suthar
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Stockdad,

Yes it happen's if only volumed decreasing like today. For last couple of weeks volumes were there to get thier charges, commission etc. Now only investord apply wait and see theory. now it wont good for them and that's why i said they will open eyes once volumes are low. After they did something to attract investors again we all will start buying again, then again they will benefited. After 2,3 months again they will start force selling or what ever. again same story, this is a cycle, they will get benefited. poor retailers will suffuer again

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@stockdad wrote:
@Suthar wrote:
@Academic wrote:
Seems no one wants to buy and no one wants to sell! In your opinion, what does this low volume mean?


I think this what good for us.

When volumes are low, income for brokers, CSE,SEC and GOSL will reduce. hen only they will open thier eyes and see what has went wrong. If volumes decreasing more and more then that will be the bad news which can lead to a good news.

Whan forced selling happens who's getting benefited? Thats brokers, CSE, SEC. Why I'm saying this, cos they get thier commision, charges, tax etc.

Please share ur thoughts
No you are wrong.
When forced selling happens nobody benefits. Bcos as has happened, it makes market depressed, resulting in lesser number of transactions due to ppl not actively trading as earlier, resulting in lower income for brokers cse, sec



That is good . not only investors, brokers ,cse, and all other relavant authorities should be affected. As sutha says then they also start shouting and crying. Highest authorites consider this issue as a serious problem only when big people are affected.

rijayasooriya

rijayasooriya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@duke wrote:is it really low volume when comparing the size of the whole colombo stock market and it's history?
Anyway one thing you can do is relax the brokerage fees. otherwise you need the stocks go up in a some scale to get even simple profit. But I don't think brokers will discuss that at the meetings. Smile

brokerage විතරක් නෙමෙයි පොලිත් ගෙවන්නම්කො අර වැඩක් නැති rules ටික නැත්නම්

stockdad


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic


Forced selling has become acute due to the SEC foolishly trying to implement rules stringently, all of a sudden,after earlier turning a blind eye to what was happening.
They should have done these gradually.
Also, they have acted arbitrarily without paying attention to concerns of specially retail investors.
But , if big guys apply pressure regulators just go down on their knees.

duke


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@rijayasooriya wrote:
@duke wrote:is it really low volume when comparing the size of the whole colombo stock market and it's history?
Anyway one thing you can do is relax the brokerage fees. otherwise you need the stocks go up in a some scale to get even simple profit. But I don't think brokers will discuss that at the meetings. Smile

brokerage විතරක් නෙමෙයි පොලිත් ගෙවන්නම්කො අර වැඩක් නැති rules ටික නැත්නම්

Yep. Sri Lankans are famous for taking loans as much as they can and wasting, and taking more loans to pay up the interest or selling property to others. You should be proud. Smile

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@duke wrote:
@rijayasooriya wrote:
@duke wrote:is it really low volume when comparing the size of the whole colombo stock market and it's history?
Anyway one thing you can do is relax the brokerage fees. otherwise you need the stocks go up in a some scale to get even simple profit. But I don't think brokers will discuss that at the meetings. Smile

brokerage විතරක් නෙමෙයි පොලිත් ගෙවන්නම්කො අර වැඩක් නැති rules ටික නැත්නම්

Yep. Sri Lankans are famous for taking loans as much as they can and wasting, and taking more loans to pay up the interest or selling property to others. You should be proud. Smile



duke, you are totaly wrong. I dont know the reason but I have noticed that always you blame small investors, sri lakans ,retailers etc. I am not agreeable with your statement saying that 'Srilankans are famous for borrowing loans as much as they can and wasting' because as per most updated information, Americans are the ppl who have borrowed largest amount of money exceeding US$ 9 trillion and followed by Germans and few other European nations but not sri lankans or any other asian nation Though you say that srilankans are borrowing and wasting money Sri lankans have been praised by international lending institutions as one of the best countries recorded minimum defaults in repayments of SMI loans.



On the otherhand every business in the world needs credit to maximise its benefits to the all stakeholders. If we take a simple example from our country one can observe that billions of trades are happened in 4th cross street everyday totaly on credit.Amount of trade there is very much higher than CSE. No collateral or any asset based guarantee is required for sales on credit in 4th cross street.. Every thing happened on trust.Even for a new client could buy commodities on cdedit. Only thing that they are asking for is introduction by one of their regular cutomers. Just imargine if all of a sudden any authourity enforce a rule to limit credit for T+3 or T+5 what will happened to the trade. As an immediate effect Traders in 4th cross street find dificult to sell their stuff and as a fresult there will be a huge shortage of food items like rice,dhal,Green grams,dry fish etc creating social unrest in every corner of the island. This is excactly what is happening now In CSE too but GOVT do not see this as a big issue because number of ppl effected are imited and also they are not organized properly.



Last edited by Rajaraam on Wed Jul 27, 2011 10:37 pm; edited 1 time in total

rijayasooriya

rijayasooriya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@duke wrote:
@rijayasooriya wrote:
@duke wrote:is it really low volume when comparing the size of the whole colombo stock market and it's history?
Anyway one thing you can do is relax the brokerage fees. otherwise you need the stocks go up in a some scale to get even simple profit. But I don't think brokers will discuss that at the meetings. Smile

brokerage විතරක් නෙමෙයි පොලිත් ගෙවන්නම්කො අර වැඩක් නැති rules ටික නැත්නම්

Yep. Sri Lankans are famous for taking loans as much as they can and wasting, and taking more loans to pay up the interest or selling property to others. You should be proud. Smile

I am proud because I am a true Sri Lankan and I am not taking loans as much as I can blah.. blah... blah...

And also my most of the friends are true Sri Lankan and they are not also acting as u mentioned.

But I can understand ur frustration as it may be due to the fact that u or ur handful of so called Sri Lankans friends act as u have mentioned.

Please correct me if I am wrong.

Suthar

Suthar
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
Today we can expect some increase buyings.

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