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  • I think another one of his top picks is SPU .................................STV only thing doubled there is the fact ,you bought more sucker.

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    The massive stimulus is picking up steam.

    by star_hominid May 24, 2015 10:09 AM

    From the WSJ
    ----- TOKYO—Chinese stocks rallied for a fifth straight day Monday to new seven-year highs, while the stronger dollar helped Japanese shares gain ground to extend its 15-year high.

    Shanghai’s benchmark SSE Composite continued its recent surge, rising 3.4% to 4813.798. A wave of government-funded infrastructure projects to stabilize growth have helped spark recent buying interest. Shanghai shares added 8.1% last week....

    ...... The looming launch of a China-Hong Kong mutual-fund recognition program and expectations for the coming Shenzhen-Hong Kong stock connect, are adding to investor confidence, said Fang Yan, analyst at Guosen Securities.

    “The enormous demand for stocks isn’t met with sufficient supply of new stocks,” he said..... ------

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    Gartman on Chinese market in 2015.

    by rvga128 May 25, 2015 9:49 AM

    he also goes crazy when you SMD

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    Gartman on Chinese market in 2015.

    by rvga128 May 25, 2015 9:49 AM

    The analyst said that just as investors shouldn't shy away from buying broader biotechnology exchange traded funds just because some components see wild moves, so too should they not be discouraged from investing in China because of this week's volatile swings.

    Read MoreWith tech firms facing China hurdles, play these names: Pro
    According to Gartman, if the trend of high-flying Hong Kong names crashing back to earth continues, it will "give us a chance, finally, to be a buyer of Chinese stocks."

    Dramatic price swings will send enough people to the sidelines, put enough fear in people to stay on the side and send prices lower,- he states- Then you can be a buyer, and you should be. (Unlike NOLIC who wants to buy when the dust settles and goes crazy when it drops a penny).

    Gartman said that if China's market corrects between 10 and 20 percent in the next couple months, he would look to get exposure to what he calls the shift to a "consumer-driven, consumer-oriented" society via two exchange-traded fund (ETF) plays.

    He thinks the easiest thing is to go to FXI and PEK. Those are the 2 dominant ETFs. He also think that's the only way for the public to be involved in a market that divergent, that far away, that geographically removed.

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    The massive stimulus is picking up steam.

    by star_hominid May 24, 2015 10:09 AM

    ------ SHANGHAI, May 25 (Reuters) - China stocks jumped to fresh seven-year highs on Monday morning, led by infrastructure and transport stocks, after Beijing said it is seeking private funding for over $300 billion worth of public projects.

    The National Development & Reform Commission (NDRC) on Monday unveiled the list of 1,043 so-called public-private partnership (PPP) projects on its website, in the latest effort by the government to reinvigorate China's flagging economy.

    "These PPP projects would be a boon to the infrastructure sector, which also benefits from China's 'One Belt, One Road' initiative," Zhang Chen, analyst at Shanghai-based hedge fund manager Hongyi Investment said, referring to Beijing's ambitious overseas investment plan around Asia....... -------

  • Last week, a trio of Hong Kong-listed stocks injected a dose of fear into Chinese markets when they unexpectedly shed billions of dollars off their market caps in a matter of hours. Yet according to Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter," China's bull market is still intact.

    While other singular stocks could see similar volatility, the widely-followed analyst tells CNBC the average investor shouldn't be afraid of investing in the world's second-largest economy.

    China stocks finished off the week at seven-year highs, extending a huge run for the Shanghai Composite Index, which has nearly doubled in just the past 6 months. Under the surface of China's rally, however, a number of companies were hit hard by a tumultuous week of trading.

    'Never just one cockroach'...but stay a buyer

    Shares of solar company Hanergy Thin Film Power dropped nearly 50 percent on Wednesday, causing the company's chairman to lose $15 billion in mere minutes. Then on Thursday, Goldin Financial Holdings and Goldin Properties plummeted as much as 60 percent each. Those companies said they were not aware of any reason for the massive moves lower, according to a Reuters report.
    Gartman said the sudden price collapses could be a troubling signal for some other high-flying Chinese names. "There's never just one cockroach," he said on CNBC's "Fast Money" last week. "This is going to become a series of events I'm afraid."

    Gartman compared the wild swings this week to similar circumstances that investors in the volatile U.S. biotech sector have seen again and again. For example, earlier this month shares of Puma Biotechnology lost nearly a quarter of their value when the company's cancer trial results missed expectations.

  • That's right.....1.13 Trillion yuan internet stimulus .

    ------ BEIJING, May 21 (Xinhua) -- A central government fund worth 124.3 billion yuan (20.2 billion U.S. dollars) announced on Wednesday to finance affordable housing has marked China's hastened fiscal spending to prop up investment as the economy slows.

    Also on the same day, the central government announced plans to spend 1,130 billion yuan over the next three years on Internet infrastructure in an effort to tap the consumption potential of rural Internet users....

    .....The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the country's top economic planning body, announced earlier this week that nearly 250 billion yuan will be invested in six new railways. ------

  • .......The Nasdaq-style, tech-heavy ChiNext continues to dominate the limelight.

    After surging nearly 150 percent this year, the ChiNext shows no signs of taking a breather, unfettered by lofty valuations as its price-earnings ratio has topped 100.

    Investors' bet that a tech boom - or a bubble - would aid China's economic transformation and industrial upgrade received some support from signs of green shoots in China's eastern coastal city of Hangzhou. A booming high-tech and software sector there has fired up the local economy in defiance of a nationwide slowdown.

    China's market is so hot that Shengjing Group, a Chinese investment advisor and manager, is launching the country's first investment fund dedicated to helping overseas-listed Chinese firms to delist and instead get on domestic stock markets, Chinese media reported.........

  • Reply to

    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    econds by shorting his own stock.
    nolic1944 • 8 hours ago
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    they pulled the same bs over at Dang earlier this yr.............................it came to nothing
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    and Shelly, the DIMDUNG, has his head fully in NOLICs behind.

  • Reply to

    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    Hey DIMDUNG:
    If NOLIC is your source and inspiration then thats what you are?
    the same guy who is telling XIN is danger of getting delisted posts a hour later on DANG board and peddling DANG stock is a LIAR.

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    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    And you RV show who the real fool on this board is if you think (and you do), that Internet
    stocks are the only Chinese listed companies on US exchanges with VIE structures by making this statement:
    'XIN is a housing stock and not in INTERNET sector'
    Like I said you could spend your time more wisely by studying a little more. You should have caught on with the statement from the article that Nolic posted.
    'work to bring over 100 overseas listed companies home'
    Now you don't think they're all internet stocks do you? Of course you do, dimwatt.

  • Reply to

    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    and you have fooled shelly into thinking that you SPEAK the TRUTH. Good job convincing some idiot that you speak the truth.

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    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    The 2 billion yuan ($322.50 million) fund of funds (FoF) aims to bring home Chinese companies which currently have so-called variable interest entity (VIE) structures, and are partially held by U.S dollar funds, the newspaper said.
    VIE structures have been widely used by Chinese technology companies, in particularly internet giants like Alibaba , Baidu and Tencent.
    Because foreign ownership in China's internet sector is blocked, and Chinese internet startups have difficulty meeting profitability requirements to list onshore, the VIE structure was developed to satisfy the ownership requirements of overseas security regulators without technically breaking Chinese law.
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    XIN is a housing stock and not in INTERNET sector.

  • Reply to

    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    Rv maybe you should spend more time reading and less jumping down everyone elses throat that doesn't agree with you personally. It really shows a lack of 'character' on your part.
    What Nolic wrote is true whether you like him or not. Now go run down your wife and kids and see if they'll tolerate you, or maybe give you what you deserve. Have a nice weekend aw.

  • Reply to

    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    The Least I can say anything good about you is that your are:
    DAMN BAD Pathological LIAR.

  • Reply to

    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    Dang it- Say goodbye to XIN but hoorah to DANG.
    WOW- XIN is a chinese company but DANG ( E-Commerce China Dangdang Inc) is not
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    and an hour later:
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    . nolic1944 • 11 hours ago
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    their earnings didnt hurt them but they did have decreasing margins
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    Now NOLIC can say goodbye to XIN and ef off.

  • Reply to

    Say good-bye to Xin

    by nolic1944 May 22, 2015 6:33 PM

    The FoF will invest in about 10 funds with that purpose, which could eventually see at least 10 billion yuan of funds at work to bring over 100 overseas listed companies home, the article said