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ArtikelInvestasi di Pasar Modal Indonesia : Perkembangan, Kecenderungan, Kebutuhan Dan Prospek  
Oleh: Husnan, Suad
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: KELOLA Gadjah Mada University Business Review vol. III no. 7 (1994), page 100-113.
Topik: investment; stock exchange; saham; investasi; prospek
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Isi artikelThe indonesian stock market has been growing rapidly since 1989. Although the economic growth has contributed to the development of the market, government policies also played a significant role. The market has become an important alternative for firms to raise funds needed for long term investment. Although various types of securities are traded, trading is dominated by common stocks. This phenomenon is expected to continue in the near future. Foreign investors play an important role in the market and that the weak - form efiiciency, and there was an indication that the market had become more efficient. Finally, the learning process seemed to be found in the market which may contribute to the informational efficiency of the market. In line with indoneisan economic growth the stock market is expected to play a bigger role in the financial sector. It is not only an alternative for the firms to obtain funds used for long term investment, but it also provides an alternative for investors to invest their funds in securities of their liking. It is expected that the market will attract more individual and small investors when open end funds are allowed in the market. Finally, the possibility of relaxing constraint imposed on foreign investors, will give a boost to the market and the indonesian market will become closer to the fully integrated world capital market. This will lower the cost of equity of firms listed in the market.
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