Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Colombo Stock Exchange Trade Summary 09-Feb-2016


Click here to download 09-Feb-2016 Trade Summary csv File

52 week high and low prices reached in today's trading session
Crossings - 09/02/2016 & Top 10 Contributors to Change ASPI
http://cse.lk/cmt/upload_cse_report_file/daily_report_103_09-02-2016.pdf

 Top 10 Gainer / Loser / Turnover / Volume for the day

 Top 10 Foreign Activity for the Day

 

Quote for the day

“Money management is the true survival key.” - Bill Dunn

Monday, 8 February 2016

Colombo Stock Exchange Trade Summary 08-Feb-2016


Click here to download 08-Feb-2016 Trade Summary csv File

52 week high and low prices reached in today's trading session
Crossings - 08/02/2016 & Top 10 Contributors to Change ASPI
http://cse.lk/cmt/upload_cse_report_file/daily_report_1_08-02-2016.pdf 

 Top 10 Gainer / Loser / Turnover / Volume for the day

 Top 10 Foreign Activity for the Day

Quote for the day

"Walk with the dreamers, the believers, the courageous, the cheerful, the planners, the doers, the successful people with their heads in the clouds and their feet on the ground. Let their spirit ignite a fire within you to leave this world better than when you found it."
- Wilferd A. Peterson

Sunday, 7 February 2016

The 12 Commandments of Success

Here are W. Randall Jones’s 12 Commandments of Wealth. They are really 12 rules for success.

They are worth teaching to your children and following yourself.

1. Never seek money for money’s sake.

2. Find your perfect pitch. Discover your talent.

3. Be your own boss.

4. Get addicted to ambition.

5. Be early. Show up on time.

6. Don’t just set goals. Execute them.

7. Failure is not fatal.

8. Location doesn’t matter.

9. Moor yourself to morals.

10. Say yes to sales.

11. Borrow from the best.

12. Never retire.

Excerpted from The Richest Man in Town By W. Randall Jones

Quote for the day

“You will run out of money before a guru runs out of indicators.” - Neil Weintraub

The 50 richest people on earth

By Samantha Lee/Business Insider

The wealthiest 50 people in the world control a staggering portion of the world economy: $1.46 trillion — more than the annual GDP of Australia, Spain, or Mexico.

That's according to new data provided to Business Insider by Wealth-X, which conducts research on the super-wealthy. Wealth-X maintains a database of dossiers on more than 110,000 ultra-high-net-worth people, using a proprietary valuation model that takes into account each person's assets, then adjusts estimated net worth to account for currency-exchange rates, local taxes, savings rates, investment performance, and other factors.

Its latest ranking of the world's billionaires found that 29 of the top 50 hail from the US and nearly a quarter made their fortunes in tech. To crack this list, you'd need to have a net worth of at least $14.3 billion. And for the most part these people weren't born with a silver spoon. More than two-thirds are completely self-made, having built some of the most powerful companies, including Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, Google, Nike, and Oracle.

From tech moguls and retail giants to heirs and heiresses, here are the billionaires with the deepest pockets around the globe.

50. TIE: Aliko Dangote




Net worth: $14.3 billion

Age: 58

Country: Nigeria

Industry: Diversified investments

Source of wealth: Self-made; Dangote Group