Shelly has helpfully pointed out that while the percentage of XIN's shares is growing very well, the amount is still very small. That means that we are really just at the beginning of a beautiful multi year run in XIN. There is far more to come.
Why is it you people like to put words in my mouth, that I haven't said. (No, comment from you Infn
I know you'd find it difficult to pass on a reply.). ' the percentage of XIN's shares is growing very well'.?
I don't think so. Your percentage dropped significantly when JAG dumped his 18%. You now have 5% which
hasn't changed in the past couple months. Funds jump in funds jump out, just like you or me.
I have to wait and see how the market reacts and how XIN's business develops. It is way too early to sell now.
Many stocks have had amazing multi-year runs. Xin will too. There may well be good opportunities in the future to sell and then buy back, but with such low valuations on XIN currently, why risk being out when there is a spike?
If XIN overshoots on the high side or goes up too quickly, I will either sell out or sell some, but we aren't anywhere near there yet.
If XIN keeps going up and the business keeps growing rapidly, I'll just keep the stock. The dividends will keep growing and my quarterly payment is getting kinda hefty already.
I added 20% to my position right after market open on the day that the dividend raise was announced. I knew that it was going to move the stock and took advantage of it. You have been selling out. I added. I already had tons of XIN and was waiting for the next catalyst. I knew that the dividend raise was it. There will be many more catalysts to come.
And all I know, is you are a pathological liar Jeffy. You tell people to sell and wait what was it June 2013?
You are a joke on these message boards. I would not be stupid enough to give sell points. It would kinda
defeat my own trade. Get a brain.