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  • con_law_misery con_law_misery Dec 14, 2012 10:37 AM Flag

    So frustrating to compare this to NTE and so many others

    I can't believe this. I was late to the party so I am in this at $12. So many stocks have doubled since I bought IMOS. NTE, GMCR, etc. Is this going to $30 in the next couple years or not? All the key metrics look good but it continues to do nothing but drop? Down 50% from the highs now. Very disappointed.

    Sentiment: Buy

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    • An investor has fresh cash to invest. Choice: 1.Buy a Taiwanese company with blurred structure, coming back from bankruptcy, boring business depending on business cycles, questionable usage of cash hoard(no buy back, shameful low dividend) and 2. Canadian company being landlords to Walmart, Costco, open and transparant structure, shareholder friendly, huge growth prospects, inflation hedge, div of 10% plus and if they speak I can understand them.
      All investors that got lured into this comeback story are stuck. I was out 60% at 19 (on record) but am back in 100% at 9. Stuck in the middle with you.when we hit the 20 dollar mark i will hit the sell button, never to look back!
      It is sad that so many investors keep on rehearsing the same riddle on this board but no upbeat riddles from the management of the company itself. Frustrating, but to be expected. I warned some years ago already about the HUGE difference in culture between Asians (Chinese) and Americans/Europeans. The latter group will end with the shortest straw, mark these words.
      And the usual posters that attack anybody with a critical view, don't bother !

      Sentiment: Buy

 
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