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1what will happen in a credit free market Empty what will happen in a credit free market Sun Aug 07, 2011 10:23 am

rukaa


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
It is said that credit has gone down to 2b fro 8b. How many months it takes to reduce this level? If we go with this policy further, how long it will take to finish balance? Will credit free market create a better condition for trading..... ?

hawklk


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
My opinion is that credit should be there. But it should not be given to every "Tom, Dick and Harry. " It must be controlled and monitored, like banks.
Stock Brokers should act more like banks. Can you get credit facilities just because you open a saving account or a current account. No. Not even a credit card. Bank give credit only if you are worthy of credit or have some strong security. Stock brokers also should do the same. Just because someone opens a account he or she should not be given credit. At least there should be one year of transaction and performance or some sort of security. This makes money flow in. When I invested 1.5mil 3 years ago, I was given an additional 1mil as credit. Though I did not use it, I should not be given that credit. Now that my investment has grown, may be I am worthy of credit. This is my view.

Market Sucker

Market Sucker
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
without credit share prices may be stagnant,due to low participation of traders.

StocksWatch


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@hawklk wrote:My opinion is that credit should be there. But it should not be given to every "Tom, Dick and Harry. " It must be controlled and monitored, like banks.
Stock Brokers should act more like banks. Can you get credit facilities just because you open a saving account or a current account. No. Not even a credit card. Bank give credit only if you are worthy of credit or have some strong security. Stock brokers also should do the same. Just because someone opens a account he or she should not be given credit. At least there should be one year of transaction and performance or some sort of security. This makes money flow in. When I invested 1.5mil 3 years ago, I was given an additional 1mil as credit. Though I did not use it, I should not be given that credit. Now that my investment has grown, may be I am worthy of credit. This is my view.

That is very well said mate. Credit should be given to the people who can afford to pay it back without selling their shares off when the share prices go down. Do we often see people who get loans to build a house or buy a vehicle are selling that asset to pay back the loan?

Investor99


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
The brokers and investors need to comply with the T+3 (T+5) rule and SEC needs to monitor this so unregulated credit is not provided by the brokers.

duke


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
There's always credit. Any credit should be backed by assets which can be used if the debtor cannot pay the debt.
Anyway some broker companies have already setup separate parties for margin trading. It has been happening throughout this year. The broker credit is already there but not wal buru credit as before.
The thing is you can't trust what the brokers do. That's why SEC should be tough.

ShareShares


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Growth in a credit free market would sustain, that would attract more investments. That would reflect corporate earnings. No room for gambling. Foreign funds would return. CSE would have a good reputation, dependable reliable stock market can sustain a steady upward momentum.

mark

mark
Expert
Expert
we all know that traders use debt for trading,investors use their own money,so who contribute the market volatility Question .its traders who contribute mainly,so share prices are go up and down due to traders participation.........if traders dont have buying power,then share price may stagnant or may have little ups and downs without steep driving ups and downs,so traders dont participate market highly if they dont have buying power.....

so credit may be a good factor to share prices movements,so cant expect a credit free market in any atmosphere.

NightStalker


Senior Equity Analytic
Senior Equity Analytic
@StocksWatch wrote:
@hawklk wrote:My opinion is that credit should be there. But it should not be given to every "Tom, Dick and Harry. " It must be controlled and monitored, like banks.
Stock Brokers should act more like banks. Can you get credit facilities just because you open a saving account or a current account. No. Not even a credit card. Bank give credit only if you are worthy of credit or have some strong security. Stock brokers also should do the same. Just because someone opens a account he or she should not be given credit. At least there should be one year of transaction and performance or some sort of security. This makes money flow in. When I invested 1.5mil 3 years ago, I was given an additional 1mil as credit. Though I did not use it, I should not be given that credit. Now that my investment has grown, may be I am worthy of credit. This is my view.

That is very well said mate. Credit should be given to the people who can afford to pay it back without selling their shares off when the share prices go down. Do we often see people who get loans to build a house or buy a vehicle are selling that asset to pay back the loan?

Agreeing with both of you on checking credit worthiness, disagree on that the broker should be the one making the decision.

Chanuque

Chanuque
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
I do not believe in credit restrictions; however, it should be monitored to avoid unnecessary garbage fillings of the entire portfolios and indebted massively ..

Soundchips


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
@Chanuque wrote:I do not believe in credit restrictions; however, it should be monitored to avoid unnecessary garbage fillings of the entire portfolios and indebted massively ..

selling pressure goes up .... credit filled stocks continue to decline as there is no settlement at the end....

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