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LBSL is LankaBangla Securities Limited.
Our scrupulous investment in time and labor to create a better investment pathway for you in the Bangladesh Stock Market has made us become the leading equity brokerage house in the country.
We began as Vanik Bangladesh Securities Ltd in 1997 with our activities confined only within the Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE) Ltd. A year later, we made a step ahead and introduced ourselves to the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE). We rebranded ourselves as LankaBangla Securities Ltd. in 2005 following a restructuring of the company
We specialize in developing the country's most efficient stock brokerage workforce with unmatched skills and consummate perfectionism. Also, whichever corner of Bangladesh you are in, we have got you covered as you can find our ten branches spread in the leading cities and towns countrywide... more
A Day Order will be cancelled at the end of the trading day. That is how generally orders will be placed. But if you want you can use GTC or GTD orders.
There are various techniques you can use to predict likely stock prices in the future. You can check the 'Show me the Science ' section under the Education Tab of our site where we introduce one new technique every day. But you should remember that all formations, patterns and charts fail at some point and it should be used in conjunction with other methods in forming a buy or sell decision.
You are 'probably' not unlucky. This is a common dilemma that most investors go through. Each day at least one stock starts a rally and makes a significant gain in its price. By nature, we get attracted to that stock and tend to think 'why not I bought that' or 'if I had bought that stock. But in reality stock rallies last, for only a few days, all the other times the stock remains dull and stagnant. Unfortunately for the investor, when they continue to see different stocks rallying each day for about a couple of weeks, they get the feeling that everything else moves except the stocks in the investor's portfolio.
You can calculate a value (intrinsic value) for the shares of a company based on a number of factors such as earnings, dividends, and cash flows. This value could differ from the market price of a share because the market price is determined from demand and supply factors which may not reflect the above factors. Therefore, there could be a difference between the market price of a share and the intrinsic value of a share.
If the market price is less than the intrinsic value then the share is undervalued. The market has not identified the true worth of the share. If the market price is higher than the intrinsic value then the share is overvalued. It is advisable to buy shares that are undervalued because their price may reach its true value in the long run.
Candlestick is a chart that captures price movements of stock for a particular period and shows the Opening, High, Low and Closing price of a particular stock at a particular point in time. These charts are predominantly used in technical analysis to predict future prices or the direction of future prices.
You may even start with any amount depending on the stock that you select to buy. Some stocks trade at very low prices. e.g. around BDT 10. Assuming that you are planning to buy 100 shares of such a stock then your total cost would be about 1000 BDT. But you need to keep in mind that for every transaction, a commission of 0.40 pence is charged.
Of course, if you are above 18 years of age and have your National Identity Card you can open a BO account.
You have to deposit a sum that is equivalent to the value of the shares you buy plus the commission, to the bank account of your broker or pay to any of the branches of the company. But it should be noted that branches would not accept cash deposits above funds amounting to BDT 500000.
visit here for BEFTN to LankaBangla info: http://www.lbsbd.com/SitePages/services_beftn.aspx
· Proud ownership
· Higher return than other type of investments
· Return is directly connected to the growth of the economy as well as the growth of the company whose share is purchased
· Investing in stock works as a better inflation hedge
· Stocks provide better liquidity
· Capital gain is tax-free & tax rebate facility for stock investment