Stan, I think you are relatively new on this board
I can't speak for Connor.jin but your post makes little sense. "Higher return potential" is not the only factor in designing a portfolio, dude. Putting your whole portfolio into the places that offer the highest return potential is a quick way to go broke fast. XIN is a great buy as part of a balanced portfolio given the risk-reward right now, the consistent growth and now stock buyback and dividend. I am mostly in cash right now, but in case the entire world economy does not completely blow up, XIN should show very nice price appreciation.
Bro, I still couldn't get your point. You say XIN is a strong buy. But, in reality, you didn't buy any more. You sit on cash.
Give me a valid to point to justify your recommendation. If you don't even buy it anymore now, (I know you will say I am waiting to see if it will drop even more), how could you say it is a strong buy.