he knows how to build low level buildings, but america scares him. he does not feel comfortable communicating with westerners.
he also needs psychiatric evaluation. ipoed at 16 now still at 4. low self esteem and lack of interests to boost stocks. signs of depression.
no one big insititution bought into xin. not one listed on yahoo. doesn't fact speak louder than my bashing?
A farmer? Mr. Zhang is also vice chairman of Henan Real Estate Association, a member of China Democratic National Construction Association and a deputy to the 11th People's Congress of Henan Province in China.
You know the political cloud of People's Congress in China. If you know the power structure of China.
mr kao, sit down. just a figure of speech. he is nothing in the usa and certainly so far nothing on wall street. go to tell him i am calling him out, that what he is doing with this publicly traded company under his watch is shameful and pitiful.
come back again when he hosts political posts in the usa.
Stock price can not easily be manipulated by management, they already offer dividends and buyback, you guys are crying whenever the stock price drop several cents. If you can not withstand the volatility of stock market place, you should not be in it.
stock price drop several cents? Do you know how to read chart? If yes read 5 year price chart.
Dividends are big joke. 20 cents dividend per year? with XIN, investors can lose that in 1 day on their principal. It is absolutely silly to be in XIN for dividend,
i said nothing about manipulationg by management, that is illegal. i said better communication to investors and prospective investors. dude, i am buying, why am i complaining it is dropping?
Since he was able to IPO at $16 and the stock is now at $4 he clearly made out like a bandit. In fact no one will touch a Chinese housing IPO in the US today so he got the timing pretty spot on.
He got his IPO cash and the NYSE listing for clout in China. The stock price is a secondary concern right now.
In due respect, he has done outstanding job running the business. He navigated XIN through many tough waters in the last few years and deserves a 5 STAR for the job well done.
But then his seemingly indifference in helping shareholders realize full and valuation on their investment baffles me. Just think about shareholders who bought in at IPO.
What is the use of enormous cash and assets accumulation if shareholders are still in dumps 50-60% of their original investment?