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E-Commerce China Dangdang Inc. Message Board

  • lawstuff22 lawstuff22 Jan 30, 2012 7:18 AM Flag

    DANG NEWS....

    E-Commerce China DangDang Inc. (DANG) is a leading online retailer in China. Many view this company to be the (AMZN) of China as they sell a wide variety of products. This company has been growing extremely fast, and analysts expect revenues to grow from $558 million in 2011 to about $881 million in 2012.

    DangDang also has an extremely strong balance sheet, with no long-term debt and about $245 million in cash. The company has an excellent management team that appears to be following much of's very successful trajectory. Recently, DangDang announced plans to offer a e-book reader, and it also offers many other products that has made a retailing giant. When you see the potential that Internet retailing has and combine it with the huge population base and rising incomes in China, DangDang has the potential to make many millionaires out of buy and hold investors. This stock has rebounded from ridiculously low levels, caused in part by tax-loss selling last month. However, it is still trading for about half the December 2010, initial public offering price of $16, and for about a quarter of the 52 week high, so plenty of upside remains. The hugely successful Tiger Global Fund is the largest shareholder of this company, and they have made fortunes buying Internet stocks in the past. Dangdang has a market capitalization of about $661 million. By comparison, has a market capitalization of about $89 billion. If DangDang achieves that valuation, the stock would trade for about $113 per share someday.

    Here are some key points for DANG: Current share price: $8.34. The 52 week range is $4.11 to $30.35 Earnings estimates for 2011: a loss of 35 cents per share. Earnings estimates for 2012: a loss of 53 cents per share.

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