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SORL Auto Parts, Inc. Message Board

  • discountbrains discountbrains Apr 17, 2013 5:31 PM Flag

    I bought 5k shares at $3.27 about 2 weeks ago

    and another 1000 last week at $3. About 1 1/2 yrs ago I bought a ton of HIMX at $0.96 and its now at $6.25 (over 6 times what I paid) AND STILL GOING. HIMX may truly be the stock of a lifetime!! We might as well go ahead and say its what makes google glass work. They are definitely selling a lot of their LCOS things to goog and it will also be in AAPL's watches. I just learned of many other applications of this. It will be ubiquitous It will cause a revolution in the tech world!! HIMX is already doing extremely well right now. I'm not exaggerating at all.
    Now to SORL: I bought SORL because I see the same pattern I did in HIMX. One thing that has bothered me a little is what we heard on 60 min about the building glut of whole blocks of unused buildings in China. This might put a severe damper on new trucks in China. Tell me this isn't so; that this doesn't apply all over China. OF COURSE, we know SORL sells brakes in 108(?) countries and is making an effort to expand into the US.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • SORL is a sole supplier to TATA which is huge & several smaller players. I see them gaining traction in the US market now that they are receving quality Standrds & awards for product designs. I also notice no major funds own them & that puzzles me, but with a small number of shares outstanding fund buying could easily catapult SORL back to the $10 range. I own some at $4 & $1.97 & am thinking about accumulating much more. Another one you may want to accurmulate is DNN which is highly undervalued & with Uranium at record lows is a steal.

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