You've been scammed.
The Deloitte watch is a scam. Last year the DeloitteWatch site surfaced AFTER CCME and AFTER LFT were halted. These sites predict nothing. They try to build legitimacy by claiming the halts for themselves.
I see what you mean. I was unable to access the entire site once, but this is different. The site is up but the report is not listed.
QIHU reported their numbers almost 4 weeks ago; DTT must be deep into the audit ... but I don't know why the Deloitte-watch QIHU report is not up while LFT and CCME remain. Last year's BDOwatch for CHBT is still there too.
For those who want to see the original "deloitte watch" for QIHU; it is still available in cache: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:KDvZYtmZPj8J:deloitte-watch.com/%3Fpage_id%3D18+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
"Because many of these enhanced audit procedures were not in place early last audit season, I expect there will be a number of additional Chinese accounting frauds discovered in the next few months. I expect the auditors will have the help of the many short-selling research operations that have argeted Chinese companies. Deloitte Watch, a website I have commented on before, is back with suggested audit procedures for Qihoo 360. Andrew Left of Citron has previously used Deloitte Watch to encourage Deloitte to focus on Longtop and CCME, leading to the demise of these companies. We will soon see whether he has figured out Qihoo 360 ahead of Deloitte." ~ Paul Gillis
Since it is suspected that AL is putting up these auditor-watch sites and he is short QIHU, we could hope for such a deloitte-watch QIHU this year. Now here it is. http://deloitte-watch.com/ QIHU is now up to bat with Deloitte and Deloitte in turn is up to bat with the PCAOB/SEC …. (try some DD on Paul Gillis). On investor's terms, from the end of April to today that's a fast pitch. (The new deadline for 20-Fs, as I understand it, pulls the date forward 2 months.)
It is unclear whether we will have such a "watch" page devoted to FMCN, or some other visible pressure on the auditor. We might have to wait until the SEC deadline, cross our fingers, and be surprised or disappointed. If I'm not mistaken, both QIHU and FMCN have the same deadline: april 30.