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Nu Skin Enterprises Inc. Message Board

  • robolite2001 robolite2001 Apr 7, 2014 9:48 PM Flag

    Who thinks this isn't going up?

    Classic case of inertia of rest. Stock collapses almost in half due to alleged fraud charge brought by a shady government that is the poster child for suspect practices and ends up fined basically nothing. But everyone hesitant to jump back in questioning a business model that has been selling the same way successfully and legally for over 30 years. Give me a break--this stock is going up--its just dumb investors that aren't going along for a ride.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • "brought by a shady government that is the poster child for suspect practices"

      You have it wrong, NUS was not attacked by the US govt, it was China. Our govt is as bad as any in the world, imo. Self serving, etc. House of Cards is tame compared to the reality.

      Notice how fast that settled, wait and see how long the US govt hassles HLF, and for absolutely no reason.

      • 1 Reply to pennyvulture
      • I believe robolite was making a case that the Chinese government is shady and opaque in its processes , hence making it shady and to treat Nu Skin as a shady business would be a pot calling a kettle black. That makes it a poster child for suspect practices.

        But the damage to reputation is done. It'll take awhile for business to go back to steam even with recruitment open up again. Let's be realistic about this.

    • Patience my friend. Just wait for announcement of resumption of recruitment. This is even better news than the minor fine.

 
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