Earnings were good, but low expectations for Q4, and company admitting no real growth until end of 2013?
Jeffrey, sell and do so quickly. You have time and time again demonstrated that you lack the nerves and courage to have a large amount of your savings in one stock and I would recommend you to take action now before you do something really dumb in an emotional rush.
You clearly do not know nearly enough about investment theory and/or China to stay here any longer. How on earth can you invest your net worth in XIN and then alternate between cheers and questions like the above loaded with insecurity and distress. You should feel ashamed for toying with your families financial security like this.
Get off your lazy a** and do something within your qualification.
Actually, John I did so Friday. Out of my 32k+ shares, I have 3k left. Sold between $3.30-$3.40. I now have 29 different stocks. Unfortunatly, I will have 45k in short term gains this year, but now I have diversification. If some of those stocks go up, and Xinyuan goes back under $3.00, I may sell some of those, and buy back more into XIN.
Bought STV Friday with some of my monies. They are up 30%+ today. If they double from my $2.99 cost basis, I will sell and put it into other stocks that I think will double.