He is a whus who trolled here for long and created a new ID in 09/2014 and just changed his style. Multiple IDs is his style and only cowards do that. Yes, he has been following Walrath. Below normal IQ- the way he sounds- possibly inbred.
You are correct I am down a few thousand on paper on my initial investment but it isn't $8,700 when you factor in my profits of a few hundred $ on each trade plus I am still collecting the dividend of $250 each quarter = $1,000 each year so I will stick to my strategy and be in the green sooner than later
Sentiment: Strong Buy
------ This week’s headline-grabbing turmoil in China’s stock markets left New York’s real estate industry wondering how it could impact the market here. According to those who follow China closely, there are two possible scenarios: a good one, and a potentially very bad one.
Nicholas Mastroianni, whose company U.S. Immigration Fund is the market leader in arranging Chinese EB-5 financing for New York real estate projects, is among the optimists. “I don’t think from what I see that it’s going to adversely affect the flow of investment to the U.S. from China,” he said.
Omer Ozden, a managing partner at the Chinese private equity fund Beijing Capital and an advisor to XIN Development, went one step further, arguing that the recent market slide may actually benefit the Big apple. There will be “more flight to safety, which means more investment in New York,” he wrote in an e-mail.
Ozden’s view is a common one among New York’s real estate players, and has been repeated in the wake of virtually every foreign crisis of the past few years. The logic is simple: Many investors see New York real estate as a stable asset, and demand for it will grow the more treacherous alternative investments seem.
“I look at stock market volatility as a thing, whether it’s our stock market or a foreign one, that creates more interest in less volatile assets,” said Mitch Roschelle, leader of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ real estate advisory practice. He added that many of the Chinese investors that own New York real estate are looking to hold assets over decades. “If that’s your time horizon, what happens in a given day isn’t that relevant,” he said.......-------
During the day, when I'm not watching XIN do nothing, I'm setting up corporations for Chinese immigration attorneys whose client's are all EB-5 applicants. They're putting a lot of equity into industrials, wholesale commerce and real estate in both CA and NY. Citizenship for their kids opens up a lot more doors for the holders. Bottom line is they are investing into our market and I'm fine with them participating in it. Their tax dollars are sorely needed right now. Too bad they'll keep all their innovation on the mainland.
"hangin in there".........................................with an IPO of $16 and that hangin in there and then there the buyout coming at $3.20 to finish your hanging