Weren't you the guy who said you've been here years? and you don't remember Xin's purchase of the 15 condo (resale block), or flipping the Nevada properties? Maybe you were too focused on my posts to bother keeping up with Xin. Other than those and Oosten I know of no others. They were looking at Eastern Europe at one point, and Malaysia, but as far as we've been told there is no other.
As a matter of fact if Xin doesn't get their posterior moving a company like Oceanwide be eatin Xin's lunch.
Not today or tomorrow, we're having a market rout doncha know. Lucky you're not in tech. I'm getting my posterior roasted.
Myself, I think the Xin jet should fly you to Dubai, seems to be a lucky name for you and investing in Japanese stocks, 2 of them could be profitable as long as you throw in the bishop from Ireland, in my uneducated opinion.
and still getting everything done by 9 after 2
while visiting the stream I be taking my LADY LARA to the BEAUTY PARLOR for a DANESSA DELUXE but the real deal is that MONEY TALKS and hoping ITSAKNOCKOUT day
pple CEO Tim CookOn Tuesday, word leaked that Apple was buying a tiny 40-person database startup called FoundationDB and a source tells us that this move is really freaking a lot of people out.
Neither Apple nor FoundationDB has publicly acknowledged the purchase yet (we've reached out repeatedly and asked for comment). But there's plenty of evidence that it happened and that Apple also immediately shuttered FoundationDB.
For some context, FoundationDB is a type of noSQL database. That's a popular type of database for Web applications, and it's cheaper to use than traditional databases like Oracle because they spread themselves across many low-cost commodity servers. An Oracle database prefers to be loaded onto a big, high-performance, and very expensive server
Xinyuan Real Estate Co. Ltd +31.78%
Div Yield: 6.11%
Analyst Score: na
DCF: 9.88 (218%) / 22.79 (633%)
I do not have a personal rule in avoiding Chinese stocks (many do), but I enter the prospect with a level of wariness worthy of the task. I could exchange the word "Chinese" in that statement with "Real Estate" and it would mean exactly the same thing. Maybe the devil's cocktail is combining the two. In the time I have held Xinyuan Real Estate Co. Ltd (NYSE:XIN), it has variously shot into the top 5 of my holdings based on amazing run-ups in share value, and it has disappeared completely off of my top-holdings screen due to sharp value declines. XIN is largely a holdover in my portfolio from my earliest days spent almost blindly chasing dividend yield, and at this one thing it still delivers. If I was a short-term swing trader, I would love to play the massive swings on XIN as these could have been quite profitable in the last few years. The opacity of the situation does not make it one which would be a good long-term investment and despite the recent appreciation I am not changing my view on this. Elliott R. Morss, on the other hand, likes XIN going forward,
Putting everything together, the next two years should be very good for XIN. If and when XIN cuts its dividend, its price will fall. That would be a great time to buy more!
One question Mr. Morss asked, where are the eight outside China projects XIN is working on, I can answer a portion of that: Williamsburg, Brooklyn New York. As for the rest I have no idea.
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Should be $9.00+, and dividend would still be above 2%, if someone were to buy at, or around, $9.00 a share.
If the 2015 dividend is raised, it would be an even better dividend, which is also a qualified dividend, so all the better.
Share price to hit $5.00 by end of year, even if corrects after hitting that amount, but $10.00+ by end of 2016. NY sales will start to show in next couple of quarters, not to mention the other several development sites in the works.
Company has also bought back 1+ million share average a quarter, if they continue to do this the float will drop drastically, increasing future EPS, Book Value, and decrease dividend expense. All positives.
Shanghai is considering raising the ceiling for housing loans under its provident fund by as much as 75 percent to promote healthy development of the real estate market.