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41No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Wed Aug 24, 2011 9:43 pm

rjeranimo


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@chamith wrote:This is a business cycle, and there are ups and downs, so best thing is not to realize the losses and wait till your day comes.

I m fed up of reading all the posts about manipulation. There is no so called perfect market anywhere in the world, so we got to deal with it.

Agree.....and very Practical.

42No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Wed Aug 24, 2011 9:54 pm

Tiger


Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
@rjeranimo wrote:
@chamith wrote:This is a business cycle, and there are ups and downs, so best thing is not to realize the losses and wait till your day comes.

I m fed up of reading all the posts about manipulation. There is no so called perfect market anywhere in the world, so we got to deal with it.

Agree.....and very Practical.

What if you sell 50% of your PF and keep that money for a possible market downtrend. If you really see past 6 months what is the overall trend in CSE. Why do you think that CSE should turn up any time soon, who will be there to buy the same stocks at high? Will retailers buy the same counters at high, or HNWI or foreigners ?

43No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:15 pm

a_randy


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
yanawa yanawa kiwwata oya kauruwath yanne, gihin kuburu kotannada ? lol!

44No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Wed Aug 24, 2011 10:18 pm

rjeranimo


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@Tiger wrote:
@rjeranimo wrote:
@chamith wrote:This is a business cycle, and there are ups and downs, so best thing is not to realize the losses and wait till your day comes.

I m fed up of reading all the posts about manipulation. There is no so called perfect market anywhere in the world, so we got to deal with it.

Agree.....and very Practical.

What if you sell 50% of your PF and keep that money for a possible market downtrend. If you really see past 6 months what is the overall trend in CSE. Why do you think that CSE should turn up any time soon, who will be there to buy the same stocks at high? Will retailers buy the same counters at high, or HNWI or foreigners ?

Yes.....of course tiger......i did that thing and it worked last time. and the second thing yes...retailers will buy. Coz they think its a rally.

45No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Wed Aug 24, 2011 11:13 pm

shalindafernando


Stock Trader
This will come up soon dont worry

46No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:33 am

roshanalv

roshanalv
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
I think ASI will fell down to 6500 level very soon. CSE is not a good place to go behind fundamentals , always most of the people go behind rallies . So unfortunately nothing else to do except go behind them and dispose without burning our fingers. This is the real current situation guys , you all agree or not.

47No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Thu Aug 25, 2011 12:52 am

Tiger

Tiger
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@roshanalv wrote:I think ASI will fell down to 6500 level very soon. CSE is not a good place to go behind fundamentals , always most of the people go behind rallies . So unfortunately nothing else to do except go behind them and dispose without burning our fingers. This is the real current situation guys , you all agree or not.

I don't agree with you my friend. According to me CSE is at correction mode, its not that it doesn't follow fundermentals. On what grounds do we think that stocks are cheap and prevailing multiplies are justifiable? It may be or may be not, we all think fundermentally strong, fantastic future and so on, which brokerage company has done real investment research beyond interpreting historical Financial statement? Its all gut feeling and news in Sri Lanka, at this phase we should all be very careful if we are thinking of re-balancing our PF or intending to put more fund into the market.

48No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:11 am

thirucumaran


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
All the people who are crying about losses, go ahead and QUIT!

There is a reason why some people invest in stocks and some people invest in Fixed Deposits.

It's because stocks have HIGH RISK, but possibly HIGH RETURN. Fixed Deposits have LOW RISK and LOW RETURN.

This is a fundamental thing that everyone should realise when they are investing in the stock market.

I started my stock-market career with the purchase of LGL.N at the IPO. So far, this is my most profitable share. I have shares in another 11 companies, out of which only VONE.N is giving me even a small profit. The other 10 companies are trading at below the price which I purchased.

I keep following my portfolio online. It is frustrating at times, but the fact is, this is the best time to invest in fundamentally good stocks. All of them are down.

True, it might not move for a year, and you might end up selling it at a loss just to get back the money. However, once it goes up, then don't start crying then.

Like someone wrote earlier in this thread, with the end of the war and the recent trend of 2-3 IPOs in a month (which is now no more), there are lots of people who have become very eager to invest in the market without even doing a study of the company itself. Because of this, big-time investors are manipulating the shares and getting many people's fingers burnt.

However, we small-time investors are not idiots. We will learn our lessons and learn to make better investment decisions. It will take some time, but soon, the market WILL become mature and manipulation will reduce to a fair extent.

Another important thing is, make sure you have in mind what is the percentage return you are expecting from a share, and sell the share once you have attained that amount. It may go further up, but don't think about it too much, because there might have been a chance that it would have gone down after hitting a peak.

As an example, I bought 200 shares of VONE.N at the IPO and decided to sell 100 on the opening few days. I sold them at Rs. 32. I could have waited for it to go to, maybe, Rs. 40, but I didn't, because I had attained the percentage return that I wanted. Now, it is trading at 28-29.

I learnt this lesson after having not sold UBC.N on the opening day...within the first half-hour, it went to Rs. 45, which is a 80% gain, but I was greedy and hoping it would go further up. Now, it's going at 23-24, but I know it's a good company and know that, in a few years, it will hit Rs. 100.

Recently, one of my friends purchased 300 shares of SFS.N @ Rs. 108 during the rally a couple of weeks ago...it went upto Rs. 130, which is a 20% gain if he had sold it then. Instead, he was greedy and waited for it to go further up...finally, he sold it at about Rs. 103 or something....

However, the most important thing in investing in the stock market is, don't put your savings in the stock market...make sure the money you invest in the stock market is money which you are not worried about even if you lose it

49No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:13 pm

a_randy

a_randy
Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics
@thirucumaran wrote:
However, the most important thing in investing in the stock market is, don't put your savings in the stock market...make sure the money you invest in the stock market is money which you are not worried about even if you lose it

I DON'T AGREE WITH YOU Exclamation

50No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Thu Aug 25, 2011 1:25 pm

thirucumaran


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@a_randy wrote:
@thirucumaran wrote:
However, the most important thing in investing in the stock market is, don't put your savings in the stock market...make sure the money you invest in the stock market is money which you are not worried about even if you lose it

I DON'T AGREE WITH YOU Exclamation

Why not? The reason I say this is because, if it is your life savings, then be prepared to see it go down the drain. Your financial future is not something that you should leave to the hands of the stock market. As a general recommendation, I would suggest investing about 60% of your savings in FDs, 20% in the stock market and keep 20% stock in a savings account so that you can use it in case of an emergency.

51No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Thu Aug 25, 2011 3:57 pm

RealViewer


Senior Equity Analytic
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if i do as you said, either put 20% of my wealth or money which you are not worried about broker companies and CES will chase me out sayng we are not beggers..................... Very Happy Smile Sad

52No recovering signals - I am quit - Page 3 Empty Re: No recovering signals - I am quit Thu Aug 25, 2011 5:19 pm

thirucumaran


Equity Analytic
Equity Analytic
@RealViewer wrote:if i do as you said, either put 20% of my wealth or money which you are not worried about broker companies and CES will chase me out sayng we are not beggers..................... Very Happy Smile Sad

This is just my opinion. Personally, the value of my portfolio as at close today is about Rs. 53,500, which is not a significant amount. IN a couple of years, thsi will become much bigger....then let's see who will chase who! Very Happy

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