Hey guys, checking in… up $42k this month trading XIN , I get my stock alerts from flash market research) (google em). Saw an analyst recommend them on CNBC and have been using them ever since, currently long right now in my portfolio.
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XIN mentioned in a scam report released at Stock Scam Research (google them), you guys might want to check it out. It ’s pretty interesting....last stock they email released PLUG tanked 40% the day of release.
Hey guys, checking in… up $42k this month trading XIN, I get my stock alerts from flash market research) (google em). Saw an analyst recommend them on CNBC and have been using them ever since, currently long right now in my portfolio.
Ronnie Chan on Chinese real estate.
--------- There’s no shortage of skeptics in the world about the outlook for China’s real estate market. Yet the chairman of one of the most successful Hong Kong real developers in the mainland in the past two decades says the country is still promising for long-term real estate investors.
“If you were to ask me today, ‘Where are the best opportunities to make a lot of money? ” Hang Lung Group Chairman Ronnie Chan said, “I would say real estate in China.”
Chan made the remarks at the “Real Estate Investment World China 2014” conference held in Shanghai earlier this month during a one-on-one keynote interview that I was invited to hold with him. Beyond his leadership of Hang Lung, Chan is influential as the co-chairman of the Asia Society.
Hang Lung entered the China real estate market in 1992, which Chan said was late relative to others. “If we have any success, it’s not because we got in early. It’s in spite of the fact that we didn’t get in early.” --------
All that punctuation............................................................................................................. and you still forgot the comma, dunce cap.
XIN has a 35% owner and a 8%-20% owner. They are long term investors and have no incentive to double the dividend, declare a special dividend, or list on another exchange at this time.....IMHO. They are in control of XIN and other shareholders are along for the ride. If you don't understand this or don't like it.....you should look for a company where you have some voice in how it is run.
Yes, I learned about 'opportunity cost' in my MBA program.... as well as grade school I'm sure. I'd love to hear what Zhang's opportunity cost is. Are you suggesting that he would be selling XIN if the price was right?
He probably doesn't care whether this is $4 $5 $6, or $7, because he knows this is worth well over $10 anyway, and even if he could sell a large chunk (without flooding the market) at double today's prices he probably wouldn't (hasn't yet). Therefore, I would most certainly love to hear what Zhang's opportunity cost is, and why he should care whether shares are $4 or $8 if he has no intention of selling at either price. I would love to hear what would happen if he unloaded his shares on the market right now and what the price would be after, given that you fully understand his opportunity.
TPG has long term converts, and the lower the price is now, the higher they will likely be by expiration date due to cheap buybacks. I would love to hear what TPG's opportunity cost is on the illiquid bonds that they are getting 5% a year on regardless of what the share price is doing right now. Who are you suggestiing they would or could sell those bonds to, and at what price?
I really can't wait to see your analysis of the opportunity costs of these two entities because from what you say, it sounds like this board could use some enlightening. Thank you sir.
Now I'll add the words "GROW SOME BALLS AND SHORT IT YOU"..................so now it reads "GROW SOME BALLS AND SHORT IT YOU BIG POS."
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Anybody else get the e-mail?
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No idea what you are babbling about. LOL! Apple trades in one day what XIN has in outstanding shares! I have no idea what Apple has in place for a blackout period or buyback program. I am invested in XIN and know what their blackout period is and that it is similar to the blackout period of other company's I have invested in. You don't see many PR's from XIN which might partly explain their lengthy blackout period.
The facts are that XIN has bought back many shares in the past, 1.54 million as recently as last quarter, all the shares issued to TPG were bought back, and XIN is likely buying back now. You are beating a dead horse....just like the horses you bet on. LOL!
WHO gives a *** old man you are nothing but the XIN troll. It is not just me thumbing you down anymore, it is a consensus.
Xinyuan Real Estate Co Ltd: Expects Q2 2014 contract sales to reach about $277 million. Q2 2014 revenue to total $230 million. Q2 2014 net income to reach $23 million which includes certain tax expense benefits to be realized. (Reuters)