Can you cite one post where you had a better argument than I did?? Your fundamental problem is that you don't have a clue as to what constitutes rational thought. That's why your posts consist of innuendo and posted articles which you never put into context. Either because you don't know how or you don't want to be bothered.
Now I've read the thread. I think my initial reaction was correct, that the institutional buys and sells were close to a wash, a few hundred thousand more sold, agreed?
Shel, is "JG" the main guy behind Blue Ridge? If y, then you use Blue Ridge and JG interchangeably, right?
I've always had trouble tracking Insider purchases and sales for XIN. Where do you look to find JG's purchases and sales?
Nomura sold out. That's why it is a wash. That was probably the "investor" that Tom Gurnee referred to as "selling out" in one of the 2011 conference calls when asked why the stock price is so low. There was continuous selling pressure as a result - read Barnard's posts, he was right about this.
If you take out Nomura - a single fund that liquidated 1.5 million shares - there is a big trend towards increased institutional ownership.
Nasdaq only carries for a year, which is fine, that's what most people want to see. Yes, it was
basically a wash but still more on the sell side.
So it was just to contradict the old 'institutions
are buying', like no one was selling. Xin did have
one big buyer though with just over 800k. Yes, before I just used JG then realized many wouldn't
know who I was talking about. JG is Blue Ridge.
Good find. I haven't read this thread yet, did the information turn out to be reliable? So, institutions sold a couple hundred thousand shares more than they bought for the time period covered?
I like the easy to use format, but a couple inaccuracies worry me a little: the $47 million market cap error and the usual common share / ADS confusion.
Int that Nasdaq keeps such comprehensive data on a NYSE company. Do they also have an Insider's Transactions section?
I asked you a specific question and you just loled
it away. I asked you, did you ever check previous
years, I did. He previously owned shares between
$3.72 and $5.33 with an average of $4.59 x 13,952,933 shares. That equals a 64M holding. Wouldn't you think when I checked the list I would
see a 64M holding when I see other's in the 40M's?
Once source I checked showed 96% of his holdings
and the other site listed all of his holdings for
that particular year. I also checked his sells for
that particular year and didn't see it on his sells.