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afewminutes21 71 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 27, 2014 3:15 PM Member since: Oct 14, 2011
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  • Imagine being able to go back and buy FedEx on its first day of trading. DangDang is about to open the doors on the most massive storage and delivery network in China, a country that has over four times the population of the the USA. Up till now, DangDang has been just an online sales company - they are the number one online bookseller in China. But they've been spending their sales revenue the past several years to build an unparalleled logistics network, featuring the largest warehouse on the continent of Asia, which just opened a couple of months ago. They've already established the fastest customer fulfillment rates in the country, and they haven't even really gotten started. The entire Chinese e-commerce industry will soon be paying DangDang to be their customer fulfillment provider. Google DANGDANG GALAXY TIANJIN and Google DANGDANG SPEED SERVICE DELIVERY to find the facts.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 26, 2014 6:40 PM Flag

    Here's something to do this weekend if you're interesting in finding out what Dangdang has been up to and thinking about whether they might be a good investment - Google DANGDANG SPEED SERVICE DELIVERY

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 26, 2014 3:48 PM Flag

    I think what this gentleman is trying to say is that he is looking forward to doing some research on Dangdang and re-evaluating his opinion on the stock. He'll probably start by Googling JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES and then Googling DANGDANG GALAXY TIANJIN.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 26, 2014 3:33 PM Flag

    That's where DANG's online sales revenue has been going - now that construction is wrapping up on their massive logistics network, sales revenue will start registering as profit AND they'll start generating logistics revenue.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 26, 2014 2:59 PM Flag

    I look forward to your letter of apology after you read the article I referenced above

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 26, 2014 2:46 PM Flag

    Most people are neglecting to recognize that Dangdang is positioning itself to be the largest logistics provider for the Chinese e-commerce industry - consider what kind of revenue generation DANG will see when other e-commerce companies start paying to use DANG's storage and delivery services to fulfill their customers' orders. Anyone looking at DANG just as an e-tailer is missing the biggest part of the story.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 26, 2014 2:33 PM Flag

    To find out how precious warehouse space is to the Chinese e-commerce industry, Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Dangdang e-commerce has been the number one online bookseller in China for years, so they've got a built in customer base - if you live in China and you want to buy a book online, you automatically log on to Dangdang. Dangdang has sought to expand their sales by offering other merchandise on their site as well - if you take a look at their earnings reports, you'll see that revenue from non-book merchandise sales represents a greater percentage of their overall revenue each quarter. One area that Dangdang has been concentrating on is fashion - one of their 8.5 million customers comes on the site to buy a book, they see a fashion ad, maybe they get distracted and buy a dress or two. DANG has been spending their growing sales revenue building the most massive e-commerce logistics network, but construction is approaching completion. Ask yourself what DANG's bottom line will look like when their sales revenue starts registering as profit as less of it is spent on construction.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • DANG hasn't reported much profit in the years since it's IPO because it has been spending it's online sales revenue to build the most massive logistics (storage and delivery) network in China - a couple of months ago it opened the largest warehouse in Asia, the Galaxy One. Dangdang has been surrounding the Galaxy One with about 45 satellite warehouses (30 to be open by the end of the year) strategically constructed along delivery routes to key cities. And Dangdang has coordinated the major air, rail, and road delivery companies to establish the fastest customer service in China. Consider what will be added to DANG's bottom line when other e-commerce companies start paying DANG to use their logistics network when their customers demand the fastest delivery rates on their online purchases. To find out how important logistics are to the growing e-commerce industry in China, Google ALIBABA LOGISTICS INVESTMENT and Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Latest China Intenet Stats Bode Well for DANG

    by afewminutes21 Sep 25, 2014 2:13 PM
    afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 25, 2014 4:23 PM Flag

    I think what this gentleman is saying is that he performed the searches I suggested and now feels better informed about the health of DangDang e-commerce and will begin posting more lucid thoughts in the near future. Glad my post had a positive effect today. Have a nice evening everyone.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • According to state-affiliated research organization China Internet Network Information Center, as of June 2014, China had 632 million internet users, 527 million of whom accessed via mobile. That's out of a total population of 1.35 billion people, so lots of growth still to come. Dangdang is the largest online bookseller in China, has been for years, and has become synonymous with online books in that country - if someone in China wants to buy a book online, they automatically go on DangDang. As more people come online, more books get sold, and DANG's revenue goes up. Dangdang has also seen steadily increasing sales of non-book merchandise, which contributes a greater percentage of their revenue each quarter. DANG's stock price hasn't seen much positive action because DANG hasn't been registering much of a profit despite increasing sales. Why? Because they've been spending their sales revenue to build the most massive storage and delivery network in China, including the largest warehouse on the continent of Asia, the Galaxy One. When this network is completed, DANG will have a new revenue stream from online retailers paying DANG to use this network. There's a significant shortage of logistics (storage and delivery) capacity in China, and DANG is well poised to capitalize on it. For facts supporting these statements, Google DANGDANG SPEED SERVICE DELIVERY, Google DANDANG GALAXY TIANJIN, Google DANGDANG 2014 WINTER FASHION, Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES, and Google THENEXTWEB CHINA JUNE 2014

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • 1 billion more people in China compared to the USA. Dangdang is the number one online bookseller in China, with growing revenue from the sale of non-book merchandise, and they built the largest warehouse on the continent of Asia in the middle of their massive logistics network that is just being completed and will soon be bringing in revenue. No surprise that their press releases are in Chinese instead of English - what's a shame is that the average American would rather sit and whine that the releases aren't in English instead of learning Chinese and translating them or at the very least searching for English translations of the releases online (which is what I do). If you'd like to see translations of some of DANG's recent press releases, Google DANGDANG GALAXY TIANJIN, then Google DANGDANG 2014 WINTER FASHION and then Google DANGDANG SPEED SERVICE DELIVERY. If there's any doubt in your mind that logistics is important to the Chinese e-commerce industry, Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES and Google ALIBABA LOGISTICS INVESTMENT

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 23, 2014 9:36 PM Flag

    Nice that Disney and Stan still get along - they should buy his company!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Dangdang hasn't reported much profit in the years since their IPO because they've been spending their substantial revenue from online sales of (mostly) books to build a massive storage and delivery network that includes the Largest Warehouse in Asia, which opened about two months ago. Revenue has not yet started coming in from their logistics business because construction on it is still wrapping up. They built all this without incurring debt; in fact, you can look at their earnings reports and see that their cash pile actually grows every year. Revenue from online sales increases every quarter, less of that revenue will be spent on construction as their logistics projects are completed, and new revenue will be coming in from e-tailers paying to use DANG's storage and logistics networks. Google ALIBABA LOGISTICS INVESTMENT, Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES, Google DANGDANG GALAXY TIANJIN, and Google DANGDANG SUPER SPEED DELIVERY for more information.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Don't trust me or anyone else on this board, do your own research:
    Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES
    Google DANGDANG GALAXY TIANJIN
    Google ALIBABA LOGISTICS INVESTMENT
    Google DANGDANG SUPER SPEED DELIVERY

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 afewminutes21 Sep 23, 2014 2:18 PM Flag

    Thank you for your continued vigilance and tireless report of facts, a rarity on this board

  • afewminutes21 by afewminutes21 Sep 23, 2014 2:14 PM Flag

    Google DANGDANG 2014 WINTER FASHION for an update on DANG's improvements to its retail business. For info on DANG's massive logistics business, which is nearing completion and will soon be generating revenue when other e-commerce companies start paying DANG to use it, Google DANGDANG SUPER SPEED DELIVERY. For Alibaba's continued search for logistics alliance partners, Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Most are underestimating the importance of DANG to the e-commerce industry because they are only evaluating the company as an e-tailer. Yes, DangDang is the undisputed champ of online bookselling in China with growing revenue from non-book sales as well. But now that they are completing construction on the most massive e-commerce storage and delivery network in China, featuring the largest warehouse in Asia, they will soon be bringing in logistics revenue as well, and more of their online sales revenue will be contributing to their bottom line since they won't be spending as much on construction as projects reach completion. Google DANGDANG GALAXY TIANJIN and then Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES and think about who might be partnering with whom in the near future.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 by afewminutes21 Sep 22, 2014 2:25 PM Flag

    Alibaba's head Jack Ma recognizes that the limiting factor to growth of the e-commerce industry in China is storage and delivery, i.e. logistics. The existing logistics capacity of China will not be able to support the exponential growth of online sales that Alibaba and other e-tailers are experiencing. During the last few years Jack Ma has been scrambling to make alliances with companies involved in shipping and warehousing. Dangdang's farsighted management recognized this deficiency years ago; since their IPO they haven't shown much profit because they've been spending their considerable online sales revenue on building the most massive storage and delivery network in China. Two months ago, Dangdang opened the largest warehouse on the continent of Asia, the Galaxy One. They've surrounded it with satellite warehouses (30 to 45 will be open by the end of the year) placed strategically along delivery routes to key cities. And they've coordinated the major air, rail, and road shipping companies to establish the fastest delivery service of online purchases in China. All accomplished without incurring debt. You don't have to take my word for any of this, it's easy to educate yourself - Google JACK MA DREAMING WAREHOUSES, Google ALIBABA LOGISTICS INVESTMENT, Google DANGDANG GALAXY TIANJIN, and Google DANGDANG SUPER SPEED DELIVERY. Then the big question to ask yourself: "What do you think is going to happen next?"

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • afewminutes21 by afewminutes21 Sep 21, 2014 12:24 AM Flag

    Not sure who said this, but a great statement: "Stock investors profit not by betting on Wall Street's consensus view, but on a view that differs from the consensus, and then being right." Don't listen to anyone on these message boards, do your own research and then make your own decisions. Some places to look for info:
    Google: Dangdang Galaxy Tianjin
    Google: Dangdang Speed Service Delivery
    Google: Jack Ma Dreaming Warehouses
    And that's just a start, search more info on DangDang and Alibaba, there's plenty out there, you just have to exert a little effort, do a little reading, and decide for yourself if these two companies are likely to partner up.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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