Sure. Agree to disagree. Let's continue this conversation after the 3Q14 earnings statement. Best wishes to all.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
CREG is providing all the drama and fear, not anybody posting on a board lost in oblivion, that no one even reads. The problem is a "civil exchange" in your mind entails agreeing with you, in which case I would lose alot of money. I think my review isn't selective, but succinct. 100 million in debt, a board of directors with questionable ethics, and trail a mile long of poor executive decisions. Just ask the reputable Carlyle. Bottom line, Creg is just "paper".....There is no "good price" to buy in, there is no "deal" no matter how low it goes...unless you are trading for a quick pop.
Sick of the back and forth with CREG? I just joined ultimatestockalerts (google them) and got a call on a stock that is up 27% from the open. Sweet!
what is it that you think you know about this stock.....not saying your wrong......just looking for your justification.......I'm in the hold mold............. for a little while any way
What else could you ask for? UltimateStockAlerts (google them now) just sent me an email 3 days ago and that same stock is up 26% already. Glad I bought
For my own part I don't sweat the "bahsers"....at the end of the day I consider CREG to be a very risky stock, and if someone is scared off by some bearish commentary on a bull board...then imo they probably don't have teh requisite risk tolerance to be playing small caps anyway.
If the bashing is merely an effort by some to scare up some cheap shares....ah well, I don't think bearish commentary is having any effect on the PPS, just the volume.
@traduced - civil exchange is warranted when you speak and share valuable information based upon facts. in my opinion, your selective review of one or two stats is nothing more than drama and fear mongering. you have been conducting yourself like this all along in your previous CREG posts.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
But why did CEO buy so many shares? Maybe he loves further dilution or even reverse split for his investment... That would be extremely weird, right?
First civil exchange I've had on this board. I started following CREG last Dec, when they had an operating cash flow of -60 million( now -98 million). I think the term "value trap" is even too kind for CREG. ROE is ok but the ROA at 2% should worry you. Did my DD on the directors on Creg's Board which I posted (closer to Chairman Mao than Jack Ma).Possibly see tradable rallies for CREG but I think their real future is further dilution with a reverse split stock split. If you have the opportunity to get $2 a share I'd take it. I know you disagree but thats what makes a market. GL