"It implies confidence that rebounding March indicators in the first-quarter GDP data - such as a jump in steel production, vehicle output, machinery and cement production and a recovery in sales of household electronic appliances - suggest that the floor in economic activity has broad foundations."
Jump in steel production is a very good sign for CHGI.
back in March?? Or did he see the RAINBOW?? just wondering. Take ur pick: Jack Lifton oer CEO of BHP Biliton. (On one hand we have a PUMPER who HAS to talk his book vs. a chief executive who just sees it the way it is) I think the market sides with CEO, dont u?
I too believe that China's infrastructure advance--dare I say boom?--will benefit CHGI. Graphite is the coming strategic and basic material for lots of things. Also, CHGI just might (it says it is) be in the cat-bird-seat as far as Chinese specialized graphite is concerned.
That is not to say I am without any concerns. Near term nuclear production would really blast things open, in my opinion, and I still hope (but cannot quite see how it can be funded) for a start on nuclear this year. Also, I think it might take longer than we would like for the other high purity products to get traction. Therefore, things might look a bit scary from a production standpoint for the next few quarters.
Lastly, I hope and believe that some time this year the company will really put on a promotional campaign that brings its potential to the attention of the investing public. That is needed, in my opinion.
u changing ur tune (like a retail clown always does). Dont u take the PowerPoint as gold?? Oh yee of little faith... how come? Nuklear is faaarrrrr far away (if y dont believe... ask Mgmt, surely they wud tell u the TRUTH, no?).
u believe in some two bit hedge fund chunp who OBVIUOSLY must talk his book (re: LONG). How can they say otherwise! Kinda like u retail long chumps who see what u wanna see (but of course is not reality). U want reality > CEO of BHP Biliton or some two bit hedge fund chump.