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“This is a very low cost way of doing it – you can educate yourself at home or anywhere,” CSE chairman Vajira Kulatilaka told a news conference.
“Knowledgeable investors is what we want, people who play the market knowing the risk, not just speculators.”
The web portal www.cse.edu.lk, delivers content in English, Sinhala and Tamil and offers learning material to the public through online courses, free and for a fee, webinars and publications.
Mithila Mendis, chief executive of thinkCube Systems (Pvt) Ltd., the technology firm which developed the portal said it offers services on any device at any time – mobile, tablet, or PC.
“The webinars allow for interaction – you can ask questions,” he said.
Kulatilaka said the portal will be upgrade to offer bourse games where users can build dummy stock portfolios and do mock trading without money before they invest for real.
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