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Yongye International, Inc. Message Board

  • nikita00998 nikita00998 Nov 1, 2010 10:27 PM Flag

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    Hey Sea saw or saw sea ...
    If i recall you were relying on seeking alpha's article when someone wrote not so good of an article about chinese stock ( i believe it was CGA or such) so if you are relying on that ,i am " a part of an article from your source ( trusted source) here it is :

    "And in this case, Yongye is in an enviable position because many of those mouths will be in China.

    The firm's Shengmingsu brand nutrients are proven to shorten harvest times and boost crop yields, enabling farmers to get the most productivity out of their land. Cucumber output, for example, can rise as much as +22% -- and get to market nearly two weeks earlier.

    Most of China's rural farmers rely heavily on local stores for supplies, and Yongye is making the most out of this distribution channel. The firm negotiates with these independently-owned stores to prominently display (and push) the Shengmingsu brand. By the end of 2010, Yongye will have converted 23,000 stores, a powerful +152% increase for the year. And the company is just now spreading its footprint outside its core territory in the Hebei region of northern China. "

    Now if you call seeking alpha a fraud too then you are hallucinating and do really need to see a therapist and get out of this situation of double standard .

    for all other long YONG silver ..... Good Luck to You all

    BTW this is that link: http://seekingalpha.com/article/233733-yongye-international-a-highly-enticing-chinese-stock?source=yahoo

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    • I have not done any due diligence on XIN.

    • Do you have any due diligence on XIN? They have a very high quality auditor and investment banker. The website impresses with its level of detail. The financial filings make clear that they are pretty sharp business people. Given their focus on tier 2 and 3 cities, I think they are very undervalued, and there is a potential growth story there as well.

    • ARe you serious? You are relying on this aritcle that pumps Yongye without providing a scintilla of evidence:

      Your quote: "And in this case, Yongye is in an enviable position because many of those mouths will be in China."
      Answer; Huh? There are already plenty of mouths to feed in China. This statement adds nothing.

      Your quote: The firm's Shengmingsu brand nutrients are proven to shorten harvest times and boost crop yields, enabling farmers to get the most productivity out of their land. Cucumber output, for example, can rise as much as +22% -- and get to market nearly two weeks earlier.
      Abnswer: false, it has not been proven to do any such thing. It is fulvic acid with claims of being a biostimulant. California has banned these claims in ads as misleading because there is no evidence that fulvic acid increases the growth of any plants. The author provides no support for his statement whatsoever and it is false.


      Your quote: Most of China's rural farmers rely heavily on local stores for supplies, and Yongye is making the most out of this distribution channel. The firm negotiates with these independently-owned stores to prominently display (and push) the Shengmingsu brand. By the end of 2010, Yongye will have converted 23,000 stores, a powerful +152% increase for the year. And the company is just now spreading its footprint outside its core territory in the Hebei region of northern China. "
      Anser: Nope. Yongye claims it provides a supplement to ordinary fertilizer. Yongye has no chance getting better shelf space than the much larger, much more powerful and influential companies, such as Sinofert, that provide the basic fertizlier that these farmers needs. If I am wrong, lets see a list of those 23,000 stores by providing the names, addresses, and phone in english and chinese. the author provides no evidence of his claims.

      The article is bereft of any research or evidence. Very sad piece of work by an obvious pumper without any understanding of a business. He analogizes the benefits of buying the coal mine as similar to a lemonade salesman planting lemon tress in their backyard. However, no lemonade saleman are plating lemon tress in their backyard, because it is detrimental, not beneficial, just like Yongye purchase of the coal mine, which is likely just a way of taking the capital and claiming to have an explanation of where it went.

 
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