February 02, 2011

Fellow Investors Join Hands Against Dishonesty

Dear Mr. Agwarwal,

The trust we have in others now seems a very expensive affair. There is nothing worse than loosing credibility.

I am not aware of the situation but prima facie there is case of inappropriate conduct. I hope the gentleman mentioned would solve this matter with immediate effect. I am aware how careful and diligent work and effort is being put by you to lay the foundation of this blog and we get to read instances like this.

I had personally narrated one incident on this blog when I had faced the similar situation where one of blogger was almost taking me for a ride. I am sure we are careful in our own ways but at some point of time we do have to give some leeway to someone to complete the transactions.

One can be easily pushed into an argument and drive the attention away from their key objective of ‘getting-paid immediately. I hope this doesn’t happen.

Faith and doubt both are needed - not as antagonists, but working side by side to take us around the unknown curve. I don’t know the way out for this but I will always recommend diligence, especially with new traders/investors. We cannot have blanket rules for all investor and traders but we should have some mechanism so that some amount of credibility is assured.

I am sure the reader of the blog would have some suggestion. Would be glad if some can share their views. I request the regular commenter on the blog to share view and ideas. I am sure we have to acknowledge the fact this blog is not just hunting ground for rates or parking places for sell orders and there is utility beyond that.

Satyakam Mishra

1 comment:

Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal said...

This Blog feels that it has its fair share of moral responsibility .

We request that the legal /police case is pursued to its logical conclusion .