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  • mmmparsley mmmparsley Jun 23, 2012 7:00 AM Flag

    What you never saw with Tibet Pharmaceuticals

    5. Inaccessibility of management and investor relations team when the stock begins to plummet.
    A. In E-Future's case, management can be reached up the whole corporate ladder and they invite investigation and hard questioning about the ways they conduct their business. I've never had to wait more than one-business day to talk to the CFO or Troe Wen of IR when I called the company. NEVER. And I've been calling them for years to certify certain things which I find out through strategic web searches regarding new products and/or partnership listed on extrenal (non E-Future) websites.

    Given all of what I do know about E-Future and the way it conducts its business, it may very well be a short-raid. I don't want to be one of the many thousands posting on this board asserting that it is one thing or the other - there is really now way that I can know who is selling and why they are selling. I can only deduct reasonable conclusions from what other posters share as to their motivations and their (sometimes false) assertions and arguments (sometimes very poor).

    It may be time to buy some more shares, but I'm going to see how far this can be pushed down this time before I add more. Taking into consideration how little liquidity remains here, there is no short-term limit to the depths at which E-Future can fall. The greater the fall, the greater the eventual returns if this company is anything but outrightly fraudulent (which we have ABSOLUTELY no indication of and all information that is publicly available would lead one to the opposite conclusion).

    And if the company is fraudulent in any way, please, share the details here. Anybody posting nonsense like TBET and EFUTURE are related in any way should show proof - as there is absolutely NO reason to believe that is the case. Assertions of a shared office come from some board *A*S*Serters which absolutely no proof while listed company addresses over time show no such overlap EVER. Corporate offices distanced by 1,700 miles in totally separate sectors probably don't share much more in common than my local restaurant JUBES in Massachusetts has co-conspired with a local pet store in Austin, Texas. Point is... no connections! If you have some groundbreaking relevations - prove it. It shouldn't be hard if the assertion has any legs whatsoever!

    Has anybody else here documented the Job Postings on various Chinese websites? I knew they were moving into the cloud services well before they actually released that information. They were hiring ANDROID developers and mobile-application developers LONG before their SFA cloud service was announced. I didn't know in exactly what capacity, but I knew. When employee hirings that are posted and filled come before the product claims , that should be taken as a positive sign against the likelihood of corruption.

    When one sees offices in many provinces in China filled with employees moving to and from jobs sites, that should be seen as a sign against fraud and misleading or outrightly false claims of whether the business is simply a shell vehicle for theft or a viable, competitive business. It is the latter in my opinion, beyond any reasonable doubt.

    Feel free to argue any point that was made. It sure looks bleak right now considering how many bright-eyed investors have been fleeced by investments in China through US IPOS, but I think there will be a light at the end of this tunnel for the survivors - of which EFuture will be one of the ones left standing.

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