The CSE can if the SEC won’t

Recently at a Capital Markets Conference hosted by UTO EduConsult, I had the privilege of listening to one Thilan Wijesinghe. Thilan who was quite on edge went on for about an hour speaking on how the current sentiment within the capital market is warranted. Then he joined a panel discussion…

Our Debt to China

“The available statistics appear to show that, whether the phenomena are connected or not, the rise of prices has nearly been proportional to the increase of currency”[1] J M Keynes on Indian Inflation “Apart from the fluctuations of the seasons the Indian level of prices is most influenced at the…

Integrity in Credit Rating

At the end of the book titled ‘The Interpretation of Financial Statements’[1] by Benjamin Graham, in a chapter titled ‘Conclusion’ he writes the following; “There are other factors outside of the company that are perhaps equally important in their influence of the value of its securities. The outlook for the…

CSE: The Cussed Stock Exchange

The largest and most noticeable failure on a day to day basis on the stock exchange is the lack of trade in corporate debt. This is inexcusable as the infrastructure to trade corporate debt via online retail channels already exists. There is market demand.