JB the Slow Witted missed a 15% move in Xin from 2.90 to 3.35. His response when I pointed this out was to say that I don't make enought money on my trades. I got news for you pal what I make involves only one person. The fact is that YOU missed a 15% move. You crowed loudly when the stock fell to 2.90 but you didn't change your call in time to get back in. Instead of being a MAN and admitting your error you belittle me and brag about stocks nobody cares about and that nobody can verify that you even own.
Wow Wal, you upset easilty. No, I did not say it was a "strong sell" at $2.90, but did at $3.35. Get your facts straight. We all know you are slow, but there is no excuse for messing up so much.
I had 32k shares, sold 31k shares between $3.30 - $3.40. Bought other stocks like STV, which I had 7k shares, and made 54% in two weeks. 15% is nothing to "sneer" at, but when you have an opportunity to make more money than 15%, you do it.
XIN is dead money for the next 6 months. If you want to stay between $3.00 and $3.40 for the next 6 months, go ahead. I shall make money on other stocks first, and then buy back into XIN when they actually have growth. Management said they would NOT be growing until end of 2013.
MY CCCL is up 46%, when they are up 100%, I shall sell, and eventually use the profits to buy back more XIN.
My CJJD is up 73%, when they are up 100%, I shall sell, and eventually use the profits to buy back more XIN.
My CNTF is up 35%, when they are up 100%, I shall sell, and eventually use the profits to buy back more XIN.
My APPL is up 9%, when they are up 30%, I shall sell, and eventually use the profits to buy back more XIN.
You do what you want, but I shall have my money other places until they make me money, and when XIN plans on actually growing, I will buy in then. I still have 1k shares long on XIN, which is more than your 300 shares that you make $150.00 in every 3 months.
If you had any brains, you'd buy into APPL, and then sell to buy back more XIN in 6 months, but we know you lack any brains.