In this year, I only buy in Xin, never sell. I missed several short-term chances. I find jeffreybul23's strategy is good. So now I decide to learn from jeffreybul23. Keep 2/3 as long-term investment. Use 1/3 as short-term investment. By this way, I can get the return when Xin gets a normal PE, and I also can get the return when Xin fluctuates.
You are the smartest on this board :o)
I have half of my monies in Xinyuan right now, or 18k shares. The rest of my monies are in ETF's right now, and 10 shares of Apple.
I have all of my ETF's set to sell when they get up 7% for the year. "If" they hit up 7%, they will automatically sell, and then I will buy back when they come back down 4%. I am hoping that a couple of them will hit the 7% mark within the next two months, and then when they get into the debt ceiling debate, markets will have a correction.
Good luck wojudianying.