What was the negative angle on the company? It took years to go from 6 to 15 and just a few months from 25 to 14 after dilution. Again, what don't you understand about the effects of dilution? The subject was on stock price and now you are trying to change my comment as an attack on HOGS. I own HOGS, but I'm wary of their habit in issuing new shares to exponentially (lol) grow their market share. They will do it again.
It's government policy in the PRC to close down 90% of the competition in the next several years and modernize the distribution system in favor of large safe and sanitary suppliers like HOGS. The recent equity offering was leveraged by HOGS obtaining a very large line of bank credit allowing a huge expansion without tapping the equity market for a long time.
You were spinning a negative angle on the company with the stock dilutions. So, I pointed out to you that management was using the cash from those dilutions to grow the company exponentially (from ranking 21 of the top Chinese meat processors to ranking 4 last year). They need the money raised from those dilutions to consolidate the market while it is strategically beneficial to do so. So, share price might be down in the short term but in the long run you will get much more back. The stock price went from about 6 bucks in 2007 to $15.6 today is the proof. Do you understand me now with your eight grade education? This is my last post with this subject since you are wasting my time.