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Xinyuan Real Estate Co., Ltd. Message Board

  • shelly_showman shelly_showman Dec 28, 2012 12:28 AM Flag

    You know I've been too busy when

    I miss a comment like this. From a Forbes contributor.
    'And various China-based corporations with real estate connections (some of whose fundamentals have been questionable all along) are down to a fraction of their prices of last year. Examples include E-House (China) and Xinyuan'

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    • .....................and another thing, "you know I've been busy" we do not consider self abuse with yourself all day as busy..................................................its probably a really small job anyhow. And you know the word Xinyuan is a fill-in on your part.

    • ........Tire Kicker,l................................ I read the article too, why dont you post the rest that way you wont strike fear in CRYBABY HEARTS..........................................and its another reason you'll always be a tire kicker.

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      • Well hello Mr. Plagiarizer. I didn't post the article because most of it is on manufacturing prospects
        for Japan and China. But for you Infn, the title of the article is, 'Yes, of course China is Headed the
        Same way as Japan--But just not the way you think. Here's another paragraph, note how I gave
        credit to 'Forbes' for the article, something you should learn.

        'So what are the prospects? There are two separate issues here: prospects for stocks on the one hand and prospects for the economy on the other. In the case of China, the two are far from identical. I am a convinced agnostic on stock investment efforts to profit from China’s growth and am particularly skeptical about China-based stocks. Given the notorious accounting issues, the best thing that can be said about these is that they are a #$%$ shoot. As for U.S. stocks with China exposure, the message surely is that they are heavily dependent on politics. If Beijing continues to smile on companies like Sands, Wynn and Yum, all will be well. But gambling stocks in particular may prove vulnerable to changing political fortunes.'

    • Why show up and start lying Silly? XIN is about double their price of last year.

    • I started buying Xin at 2. So it depends when you got in

      Sentiment: Hold

 
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