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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » SEC should have acted more fairly

SEC should have acted more fairly

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1SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty SEC should have acted more fairly Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:28 pm

MarketW


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
SEC put price bands,Margin Bands,Force sell rules,Settlement rules..Damn....They are going nuts...Dont you think....Almost all investors lost tons of money because of this (Inappropriate word removed) put rules when ever they want and alter the Free flow of the market....
Retail investors suffer most....Its better if this so called Sec leaders settle the storm that they have started.....
They should have act more responsibly dont you all think?

Everyone is being quiet I dont know why....But There should be a fair system for Stock Market,,,,
Share your thoughts!!!!

2SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:43 pm

Investor99


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
All rules and regulation put in place by SEC are in the long term interest of the investors. Most of the retail investors lost money because of greed, they investing carelessly and went behind rally bought at higher prices. They did not understand how the market works. The down trend in the market is a market correction. Every time the market goes up it has to come down. So please don’t blame SEC or anyone you have to be responsible for what you invest and where you invest.

3SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:02 pm

insidertrader


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
SEC has given more than A YEAR to settle the wild credit. I hope SEC will stick to the rules. When the crime rate goes up you don't relax the laws. SEC should punish the brokers who spread rumors and have given credit irresponsibly.

4SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:21 pm

Antonym

Antonym
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Investor99: What you are saying is true, of course... But the SEC is a convenient punching bag, an object we can take out our frustrations on, whenever things go wrong.

5SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:27 pm

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@insidertrader wrote:SEC has given more than A YEAR to settle the wild credit. I hope SEC will stick to the rules. When the crime rate goes up you don't relax the laws. SEC should punish the brokers who spread rumors and have given credit irresponsibly.



What is the crime you are refering to.

6SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:00 pm

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@MarketW wrote:SEC put price bands,Margin Bands,Force sell rules,Settlement rules..Damn....They are going nuts...Dont you think....Almost all investors lost tons of money because of this (Inappropriate word removed) put rules when ever they want and alter the Free flow of the market....
Retail investors suffer most....Its better if this so called Sec leaders settle the storm that they have started.....
They should have act more responsibly dont you all think?

Everyone is being quiet I dont know why....But There should be a fair system for Stock Market,,,,
Share your thoughts!!!!

Yes of course, Without any valid reason all of a sudden SEC enforced a rulling to restrict brokers to lend their clients which was a facility provided by the majority of brokers for long period. That effected the demand and low demand made all shares much cheaper and cotinued force selling created numerus problems to the investors.This should never happend to any business in our country if we wnt to achive rapid development. for instance if a sudden rulling is enforced to restrict banks to lend wholesale traders what will happend to 4th croos street wholesale business? That creates a shotage of all food items in the entire country. Because traders will not be able to source adequate quantities as they are short of funds. This is also a similar case.

7SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 7:58 am

sajeethk


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
I think still CSE not in the position to identify real market need and how to improve the capital market. still they cannot come up long term solid regulation to improve the market. once market growing up they change their regulation and if coming down same think to amend the regulation.

If they have solid long term plan the investors no need suffer like this and manipulators also cannot do much in the market.

8SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:40 am

Investor99


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
SEC is the watch dog for the equity market in SL and they have all the right to impose rules and regulations to the well being of the investor community and the market as whole. In my opinion SEC is more qualified than you and me to know about the market behaviour as they have all the resources and information regarding the market.

The golden rule is when you investing in the market use your brain and not your heart. Do get emotional and run behind shares when the share price rises. Look for fundamentally strong shares and growth sectors to invest your hard earned money. Don’t follow the crowd. You can save your capital and make a profit too.

9SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:57 am

manula


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@Investor99 wrote:SEC is the watch dog for the equity market in SL and they have all the right to impose rules and regulations to the well being of the investor community and the market as whole. In my opinion SEC is more qualified than you and me to know about the market behaviour as they have all the resources and information regarding the market.

The golden rule is when you investing in the market use your brain and not your heart. Do get emotional and run behind shares when the share price rises. Look for fundamentally strong shares and growth sectors to invest your hard earned money. Don’t follow the crowd. You can save your capital and make a profit too.

Yes SEC is the watch dog for the equity market ?? But main question is this SEC governing by qualified watch dog ?? ( This was discuss in previous threads also)..

10SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 2:01 pm

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
@manula wrote:
@Investor99 wrote:SEC is the watch dog for the equity market in SL and they have all the right to impose rules and regulations to the well being of the investor community and the market as whole. In my opinion SEC is more qualified than you and me to know about the market behaviour as they have all the resources and information regarding the market.

The golden rule is when you investing in the market use your brain and not your heart. Do get emotional and run behind shares when the share price rises. Look for fundamentally strong shares and growth sectors to invest your hard earned money. Don’t follow the crowd. You can save your capital and make a profit too.

Yes SEC is the watch dog for the equity market ?? But main question is this SEC governing by qualified watch dog ?? ( This was discuss in previous threads also)..



You are very correct manula. SEC needs a dynamic leadership with wider knowledge on the subject.

11SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 2:26 pm

rijayasooriya

rijayasooriya
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@MarketW wrote:SEC put price bands,Margin Bands,Force sell rules,Settlement rules..Damn....They are going nuts...Dont you think....Almost all investors lost tons of money because of this (Inappropriate word removed) put rules when ever they want and alter the Free flow of the market....
Retail investors suffer most....Its better if this so called Sec leaders settle the storm that they have started.....
They should have act more responsibly dont you all think?

Everyone is being quiet I dont know why....But There should be a fair system for Stock Market,,,,
Share your thoughts!!!!

I think ur topic should carry the word wisely instead or fairly.At least after this catastrophy SEC should understand the stupidness of their rules. It seems Mr. Director General acts more wisely than head lady. We have to wait and see.

I have given u +rep to give u the voting right but u should post at least 10 posts.Wink

12SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 3:04 pm

sajeethk


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Why they can fixed their rule at least to make sure not to change another 10 years. since keep changing of their rules poor investors are suffering.

13SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 9:16 pm

Rajaraam


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
I too give you a +rep MarketW.

14SEC should have acted more fairly  Empty Re: SEC should have acted more fairly Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:41 pm

schacha


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@MarketW wrote:SEC put price bands,Margin Bands,Force sell rules,Settlement rules..Damn....They are going nuts...Dont you think....Almost all investors lost tons of money because of this (Inappropriate word removed) put rules when ever they want and alter the Free flow of the market....
Retail investors suffer most....Its better if this so called Sec leaders settle the storm that they have started.....
They should have act more responsibly dont you all think?

Everyone is being quiet I dont know why....But There should be a fair system for Stock Market,,,,
Share your thoughts!!!!

There were lots and lots of posts against SEC. Some were supporting them some hate them.
Some body can rape a girl. After some time she will start her normal life and will marry and live peacefully.(Unless she commit suicide.) No need to offer hymen repair thereafter. (I'm sorry if this looks filthy..!)
I think for CSE also this kind of story is applicable.

As per my memory this is the longest green after 4-5 months and most guys happy now. That is because of the sounds came from investors. the pressure put on brokers and hence on SEC. So U can't say every body was quite. Pls refer there were so many discussions in this forum regarding this matter.
I love some red days in between green days.
Nobody like the RED we experienced.
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