(1) Earning per share loss of .05; not the headline .07 gain, once you factor in the one time property sale gain of 2.8 million;
(2) Unaudited China numbers are always taken with a huge grain of salt. Broad China reverse merger fraudulent numbers fiasco covering over 150 Chinese companies have made the veracity of China companies' reporting suspect, unless it is big four accountant.
the shares sold off once investors realized that most of the revenue increase is due to their shady precious metal trading segment with the company paying huge commissions to promoters for bringing in their clients. It is pretty clear that these industry will get regulated sooner or later by the Chinese government so this doesn't look like a sustainable business going forward. Currently the company is just buying revenues in return for giant commission payments - this can't go on forever.