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  • Major wealthy investors began accumulating Agria (GRO) on Friday and it looks ready to explode this week! The Chinese government on Sunday announced that modernizing agriculture and maintaining it as the base of its economy, is their #1 top policy priority of 2014! Shuanghui, the Chinese pork producer that owns Smithfield Foods of the U.S., is expected to file for a $5 billion IPO on the Hong Kong Exchange any day now! It will be China's largest IPO in 2 years and largest ag IPO in history! Its IPO filing will cause undervalued U.S.traded China ag stocks like GRO to skyrocket!

    With GRO below $1.98 per share, its rapidly growing China seeds business is not yet receiving any value. GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia owns 379.1mm PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) shares or 50.22% of the company, which trades overseas on the NZX for $0.43 per share. Agria Asia's shares are currently worth NZD$163mm or USD$135.4mm, valuing GRO's 80.81% stake at USD$109.42mm. With 55.38mm shares outstanding, GRO's stake is already worth $1.98 per share.

    Exactly two weeks ago, GRO hit a new 52-week high of $1.77 and PGW at the time was $0.40 valuing GRO's stake at $1.83. GRO came within $0.06 of the value of its PGW stake, therefore, look for GRO to explode to a new 52-week high of $1.92 early this week. With PGW's fiscal 2014 first half earnings due to be released February 25th and their EPS this year likely to rise 100%, GRO could break $2 by the end of this week.

    In China, GRO's closest publicly traded seeds competitor is Origin Agritech (SEED), which gained 19% on Friday to $2.40 and currently has an enterprise value of 1.04X sales - despite their seed revs down 8%. If GRO's China seeds biz with 98% rev growth was worth a mere 1.04X sales to match SEED, GRO deserves to trade $0.32 per share above $1.98, for a total share price of $2.30! We have so far purchased 550,000 GRO shares and don't intend to sell until GRO rises significantly from its current levels and reaches a fair valuation!

  • Agria (GRO) saw big accumulation begin Friday and is ready to explode. It owns a controlling stake in PGG Wrightson (PGW), New Zealand's largest agricultural services company. New Zealand is the world's fastest growing developed economy with 3Q GDP growth of 3.5% and projected 4Q GDP growth of 3.71% - due to its booming agriculture sector, which saw output grow 17% in the 3Q. New Zealand's exports to China of dairy and lamb/sheep meat products are up 80% this year and GRO will benefit more than any other U.S. traded stock.

    GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns 379.1mm PGW shares or 50.22% of the company, which trades overseas on the NZX for $0.43 per share. Agria Asia's shares are currently worth NZD$163mm or USD$134.5mm, valuing GRO's 80.81% stake at USD$108.7mm. With 55.38mm shares outstanding, GRO's stake is already worth $1.96 per share.

    Exactly two weeks ago, GRO hit a new 52-week high of $1.77 and PGW at the time was $0.40 valuing GRO's stake at $1.83. GRO came within $0.06 of the value of its PGW stake, therefore, look for GRO to explode to a new 52-week high of $1.90 early this week.

    GRO's chart shows that it's in the most solid uptrend in the market, consistently bottoming at higher lows before exploding to new 52-week highs on strong volume. With PGW's fiscal 2014 first half earnings due to be released February 25th and their EPS this year likely to rise 100%, GRO could break $2 this week. Look for GRO to explode when it breaks $1.77.

    GRO also owns 100% of a China seeds biz with last year's revenues up 98% to $17mm. Its closest comparison Origin Agritech (SEED) gained 19% on Friday to $2.40 and currently has an enterprise value of 1.04X sales - despite their seed revs down 8%. If GRO's China seeds biz with 98% rev growth was worth a mere 1.04X sales to match SEED, GRO deserves to trade $0.32 per share above $1.96 or for $2.28 per share.

    We have so far purchased 550,000 GRO shares and don't intend to sell until GRO is trading at a fair value.

  • China on Sunday issued their No 1 policy document for 2014 and its focused on developing modern agriculture and maintaining agriculture as the foundation of the national economy. There are two China agriculture companies that will likely capitalize the most. Origin Agritech (SEED) is one but it already gained 19% on Friday. Agria (GRO) is the other and it looks ready to explode.

    China's food imports from New Zealand are up 80% this year and GRO owns a controlling stake in PGG Wrightson (PGW), New Zealand's largest agricultural services company. GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns 379.1mm PGW shares or 50.22% of the company, which trades overseas on the NZX for $0.43 per share. Agria Asia's shares are currently worth NZD$163mm or USD$134.5mm, valuing GRO's 80.81% stake at USD$108.7mm. With 55.38mm shares outstanding, GRO's stake is already worth $1.96 per share.

    Exactly two weeks ago, GRO hit a new 52-week high of $1.77 and PGW at the time was $0.40 valuing GRO's stake at $1.83. GRO came within $0.06 of the value of its PGW stake, therefore, look for GRO to explode to a new 52-week high of $1.90 early this week.

    GRO also owns 100% of a China seeds biz with last year's revenues up 98% to $17mm. SEED currently has an enterprise value of 1.04X sales - despite their seed revs down 8%. If GRO's China seeds biz with 98% rev growth was worth a mere 1.04X sales to match SEED, GRO deserves to trade $0.32 per share above $1.96 or for $2.28 per share.

    GRO's chart shows that it's in the most solid uptrend in the market, consistently bottoming at higher lows before exploding to new 52-week highs on strong volume. With PGW's fiscal 2014 first half earnings due to be released February 25th and their EPS this year likely to rise 100%, GRO could break $2 this week. Look for GRO to explode when it breaks $1.77.

    We have so far purchased 550,000 GRO shares and don't intend to sell until GRO is trading at a fair value.

  • Agria (GRO) saw big accumulation begin Friday and is ready to explode. It owns a controlling stake in PGG Wrightson (PGW), New Zealand's largest agricultural services company. New Zealand is the world's fastest growing developed economy with 3Q GDP growth of 3.5% and projected 4Q GDP growth of 3.71% - due to its booming agriculture sector, which saw output grow 17% in the 3Q. New Zealand's exports to China of dairy and lamb/sheep meat products are up 80% this year and GRO will benefit more than any other U.S. traded stock.

    GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns 379.1mm PGW shares or 50.22% of the company, which trades overseas on the NZX for $0.43 per share. Agria Asia's shares are currently worth NZD$163mm or USD$134.5mm, valuing GRO's 80.81% stake at USD$108.7mm. With 55.38mm shares outstanding, GRO's stake is already worth $1.96 per share.

    Exactly two weeks ago, GRO hit a new 52-week high of $1.77 and PGW at the time was $0.40 valuing GRO's stake at $1.83. GRO came within $0.06 of the value of its PGW stake, therefore, look for GRO to explode to a new 52-week high of $1.90 early this week.

    GRO's chart shows that it's in the most solid uptrend in the market, consistently bottoming at higher lows before exploding to new 52-week highs on strong volume. With PGW's fiscal 2014 first half earnings due to be released February 25th and their EPS this year likely to rise 100%, GRO could break $2 this week. Look for GRO to explode when it breaks $1.77.

    GRO also owns 100% of a China seeds biz with last year's revenues up 98% to $17mm. Its closest comparison Origin Agritech (SEED) gained 19% on Friday to $2.40 and currently has an enterprise value of 1.04X sales - despite their seed revs down 8%. If GRO's China seeds biz with 98% rev growth was worth a mere 1.04X sales to match SEED, GRO deserves to trade $0.32 per share above $1.96 or for $2.28 per share.

    We have so far purchased 550,000 GRO shares and don't intend to sell until GRO is trading at a fair value.

  • Agria (GRO) is ready to EXPLODE this from its current dirt-cheap price of $1.45 and make the LARGEST short-term percentage gains in the market. Lamb/sheep has by far been one of the world's best performing commodities in recent months! Lamb prices finished December up 32% from one year ago! In November/December, lamb prices made their largest two month percentage gain in 4 1/2 years!

    New Zealand is the world's largest exporter of lamb/sheep meat and GRO is the largest seller of lamb/sheep in New Zealand! GRO is the world's most leveraged stock to rising lamb/sheep prices! GRO's New Zealand subsidiary PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) reports fiscal 2014 first half earnings on February 25th, and will likely report amazingly strong growth - with EPS likely to more than double! GRO could become the largest percentage gainer on the NYSE leading up to and after earnings. Recent HUGE lamb/sheep price gains aren't yet priced into GRO, but GRO's PGW is beginning to rally big overseas in New Zealand - closing last night at an 11 month high of NZ$0.43!

    PGW has 754.85 million shares outstanding and a market cap at NZ$0.43 of NZ$324.59 million. Based on the current NZD/USD exchange rate of 0.8346, PGW's market cap is equal to USD$270.9 million. GRO owns 80.81% of its Agria Asia subsidiary, which owns a controlling 50.22% interest in PGW. This means GRO deserves a market cap that is at least equal to 40.583% of PGW's market cap. A PGW market cap of $270.9 million X 0.40583 = a GRO market cap of $109.94 million divided by 55.38 million GRO ADRs outstanding = a GRO share price of $1.99! GRO is about to rally a minimum of 37.2% from its current price of $1.45 to a new 52-week high of $1.99 in the upcoming days/weeks! We so far have accumulated 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell for anywhere near these current dirt-cheap prices!

  • Agria (GRO) is ready to EXPLODE this afternoon and tomorrow from its current dirt-cheap price of $1.45. Lamb/sheep has been one of the world's best performing agricultural commodities in recent months! Lamb prices finished December up 32% from one year ago! In just the final two months of 2013, lamb prices soared 8%, their largest two month gain in 4 1/2 years!

    New Zealand is the world's largest exporter of lamb/sheep meat. PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) is the largest seller of lamb/sheep in New Zealand, and GRO owns a controlling stake in PGW! This makes GRO one of the most leveraged stocks to rising lamb/sheep prices! Recent HUGE lamb/sheep price gains aren't yet priced into GRO, but GRO's PGW is beginning to rally big - closing last night at an 11 month high of NZ$0.43!

    PGW has 754.85 million shares outstanding and a market cap at NZ$0.43 of NZ$324.59 million. Based on the current NZD/USD exchange rate of 0.8322, PGW's market cap is equal to USD$270.12 million. GRO owns 80.81% of Agria Asia, which owns 50.22% of PGW, for an effective PGW interest of 40.583%. A market cap of $270.12 million X 0.40583 = $109.62 million divided by 55.38 million ADRs outstanding = a GRO share price of $1.98! GRO is about to rally a minimum of 37% from its current price of $1.45! We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell for anywhere near these current dirt-cheap prices.

  • As money comes out of overvalued tech stocks it will move into real assets like gold, silver, and especially agriculture. Several major economists predicted this week that 2014's Rock Star economy will be New Zealand, with New Zealand's GDP expected to be the fastest growing out of all developed nations and the New Zealand Dollar expected to be the best performing out of all major currencies - due to its booming agricultural sector.

    Agria (GRO) is the biggest undiscovered gem and most undervalued stock on the NYSE, currently just $1.45 with a market cap of $80.3 million, GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns a 50.22% controlling stake in New Zealand's largest agricultural services company PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW). GRO is currently generating 98% of their revenues from PGW, and PGW is expected to grow their EPS by 100% in fiscal 2014! PGW itself is publicly traded overseas on the NZX under symbol PGW. Last night, PGW closed at a 7-week high of NZ$0.42 and today the NZD/USD exchange rate soared to 0.837.

    GRO only has 55.38 million shares outstanding and the current value of their PGW stake is $107.69 million or $1.94 per share, up 34% from its current share price of $1.45. The market is currently valuing GRO at an artificially low share price that won't last for long. GRO will explode to $1.94 any day now. We own 550,000 shares of GRO but don't intend to sell until GRO is trading at substantially higher share prices.

  • Many people believe gold is the best hedge against a collapsing U.S. dollar, but one currency has outperformed gold over the last 5 years - the New Zealand Dollar. Multiple reports out over the past week indicate that the New Zealand economy will enjoy "Rock Star" status in 2014 as the fastest growing in the world, while other brand new reports project the New Zealand dollar to reach parity with the Australian dollar this year - due to New Zealand's booming agriculture sector!

    For U.S. investors, there are two ways to capitalize: If you have access to overseas NZX trading, PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) is New Zealand's most iconic agriculture company. It has been around for 160 years and currently has over NZ$1 billion in revenues with 16.5% of New Zealand farmers buying their supplies from PGW's 100 rural supply stores located across the nation. PGW is trading at a 7-week high of $0.42 and paid a dividend last year of $0.032 for a yield of 7.6%. Their 2014 EPS is expected to increase by 100% to $0.04 for a P/E of just over 10, and their dividend could rise to $0.04 for a yield of 9.5%.

    If you don't have access to the NZX, Agria (NYSE: GRO) owns a controlling stake in PGW. In fact, PGW's Chairman Alan Lai actually doesn't actually own any PGW shares, but instead owns 45% of GRO's shares outstanding. GRO is currently only $1.47 per share when its PGW shares have a current market value of $1.95 per share or 33% above its current share price! With PGW's EPS expected to double in fiscal 2014 and their first half results being released February 25th, look for GRO to begin exploding towards $2 in the upcoming days. We own 550,000 GRO shares but don't intend to sell until after it rises substantially higher.

  • Over the last 5 years, practically every currency except the Yen has outperformed the U.S. Dollar. Some people believe that Gold has outperformed all currencies, but one currency has outperformed Gold, the New Zealand Dollar. During times of massive worldwide monetary inflation, food prices increase the most, and New Zealand has the world's largest advanced agricultural based economy - and is currently the world's #1 exporter of dairy and sheep meat products.

    For U.S. investors, there are two ways to capitalize: If you have access to overseas NZX trading, PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) is New Zealand's most iconic agriculture company. It has been around for 160 years and currently has over NZ$1 billion in revenues with 16.5% of New Zealand farmers buying their supplies from PGW's 100 rural supply stores located across the nation. PGW is trading at a 7-week high of $0.42 and paid a dividend last year of $0.032 for a yield of 7.6%. Their 2014 EPS is expected to increase by 100% to $0.04 for a P/E of just over 10, and their dividend could rise to $0.04 for a yield of 9.5%.

    If you don't have access to the NZX, Agria (NYSE: GRO) owns a controlling stake in PGW. In fact, PGW's Chairman and largest indirect shareholder Alan Lai actually doesn't directly own any PGW shares, but instead owns 45% of GRO's shares outstanding. GRO closed last week at only $1.47 when its PGW ownership has a current market value of $1.94 per share or 32% above its current share price. In addition, GRO owns 100% of a China seeds business with $17mm in revenues and 98% revenue growth. GRO has been rapidly reducing its debt with remaining net debt of only $5.5mm. If you add just a 1X sales valuation for China seeds and subtract its net debt, GRO belongs at $2.15 or 46% higher than it is today. With PGW reporting first half 2014 results on February 25th, look for GRO to gain 46% within 6 weeks. We own 550,000 GRO shares and intend to sell after it rises substantially higher.

  • Agria (GRO)'s 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns 379.1 million shares of PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW), which is now up to a 7-week high of NZ$0.42. PGW is New Zealand's largest agricultural services company and these 379.1 million shares are now worth NZ$159.22 million or USD$133.11 million. GRO's 80.81% interest in the shares is worth $107.57 million. With only 55.38 million shares outstanding, GRO deserves to be $1.94 per share from its interest in these shares alone, which is 32% above its current share price of $1.47. GRO's booming China seeds business with 98% revenue growth won't be receiving any value at all until GRO is trading above $1.94 per share. GRO only lost money last year due to non-cash writedowns of goodwill and had HUGE positive free cash flow. GRO will likely be very profitable this year. GRO recently repaid $14 million in debt, reducing it debt to $71 million, and has about $65.5 million in cash. Next month, PGW is expected to declare a huge cash dividend payment, which will give GRO a huge inflow of cash and put it in a position to repay all of its remaining debt. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until it is trading substantially higher.

  • Over the last 5 years, practically every currency except the Yen has outperformed the U.S. Dollar. Some people believe that Gold has outperformed all currencies, but one currency has outperformed Gold, the New Zealand Dollar. During times of massive worldwide monetary inflation, food prices increase the most, and New Zealand has the world's largest advanced agricultural based economy - and is currently the world's #1 exporter of dairy and sheep meat products.

    For U.S. investors, there are two ways to capitalize: If you have access to overseas NZX trading, PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) is New Zealand's most iconic agriculture company. It has been around for 160 years and currently has over NZ$1 billion in revenues with 16.5% of New Zealand farmers buying their supplies from PGW's 100 rural supply stores located across the nation. PGW is trading at a 7-week high of $0.42 and paid a dividend last year of $0.032 for a yield of 7.6%. Their 2014 EPS is expected to increase by 100% to $0.04 for a P/E of just over 10, and their dividend could rise to $0.04 for a yield of 9.5%.

    If you don't have access to the NZX, Agria (NYSE: GRO) owns a controlling stake in PGW. In fact, PGW's Chairman and largest indirect shareholder Alan Lai actually doesn't directly own any PGW shares, but instead owns 45% of GRO's shares outstanding. GRO closed last week at only $1.47 when its PGW ownership has a current market value of $1.94 per share or 32% above its current share price. In addition, GRO owns 100% of a China seeds business with $17mm in revenues and 98% revenue growth. GRO has been rapidly reducing its debt with remaining net debt of only $5.5mm. If you add just a 1X sales valuation for China seeds and subtract its net debt, GRO belongs at $2.15 or 46% higher than it is today. With PGW reporting first half 2014 results on February 25th, look for GRO to gain 46% within 6 weeks. We own 550,000 GRO shares and intend to sell after it rises substantially higher.

  • Over the last 5 years, practically every currency except the Yen has outperformed the U.S. Dollar. Some people believe that Gold has outperformed all currencies, but one currency has outperformed Gold, the New Zealand Dollar. During times of massive worldwide monetary inflation, food prices increase the most, and New Zealand has the world's largest advanced agricultural based economy - and is currently the world's #1 exporter of dairy and sheep meat products.

    For U.S. investors, there are two ways to capitalize: If you have access to overseas NZX trading, PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) is New Zealand's most iconic agriculture company. It has been around for 160 years and currently has over NZ$1 billion in revenues with 16.5% of New Zealand farmers buying their supplies from PGW's 100 rural supply stores located across the nation. PGW is trading at a 7-week high of $0.42 and paid a dividend last year of $0.032 for a yield of 7.6%. Their 2014 EPS is expected to increase by 100% to $0.04 for a P/E of just over 10, and their dividend could rise to $0.04 for a yield of 9.5%.

    If you don't have access to the NZX, Agria (NYSE: GRO) owns a controlling stake in PGW. In fact, PGW's Chairman and largest indirect shareholder Alan Lai actually doesn't directly own any PGW shares, but instead owns 45% of GRO's shares outstanding. GRO closed last week at only $1.47 when its PGW ownership has a current market value of $1.94 per share or 32% above its current share price. In addition, GRO owns 100% of a China seeds business with $17mm in revenues and 98% revenue growth. GRO has been rapidly reducing its debt with remaining net debt of only $5.5mm. If you add just a 1X sales valuation for China seeds and subtract its net debt, GRO belongs at $2.15 or 46% higher than it is today. With PGW reporting first half 2014 results on February 25th, look for GRO to gain 46% within 6 weeks. We own 550,000 GRO shares and intend to sell after it rises substantially higher.

  • Over the last 5 years, practically every currency except the Yen has outperformed the U.S. Dollar. Some people believe that Gold has outperformed all currencies, but one currency has outperformed Gold, the New Zealand Dollar. During times of massive worldwide monetary inflation, food prices increase the most, and New Zealand has the world's largest advanced agricultural based economy - and is currently the world's #1 exporter of dairy and sheep meat products.

    For U.S. investors, there are two ways to capitalize: If you have access to overseas NZX trading, PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW) is New Zealand's most iconic agriculture company. It has been around for 160 years and currently has over NZ$1 billion in revenues with 16.5% of New Zealand farmers buying their supplies from PGW's 100 rural supply stores located across the nation. PGW is trading at a 7-week high of $0.42 and paid a dividend last year of $0.032 for a yield of 7.6%. Their 2014 EPS is expected to increase by 100% to $0.04 for a P/E of just over 10, and their dividend could rise to $0.04 for a yield of 9.5%.

    If you don't have access to the NZX, Agria (NYSE: GRO) owns a controlling stake in PGW. In fact, PGW's Chairman and largest indirect shareholder Alan Lai actually doesn't directly own any PGW shares, but instead owns 45% of GRO's shares outstanding. GRO closed last week at only $1.47 when its PGW ownership has a current market value of $1.94 per share or 32% above its current share price. In addition, GRO owns 100% of a China seeds business with $17mm in revenues and 98% revenue growth. GRO has been rapidly reducing its debt with remaining net debt of only $5.5mm. If you add just a 1X sales valuation for China seeds and subtract its net debt, GRO belongs at $2.15 or 46% higher than it is today. With PGW reporting first half 2014 results on February 25th, look for GRO to gain 46% within 6 weeks. We own 550,000 GRO shares and intend to sell after it rises substantially higher.

  • China stocks are EXPLODING! Today alone: CNYD is up 105%, CJJD is up 39%, VISN is up 18%, STV is up 11%, just to name a few. Agria (GRO) is the China stock that's the most undervalued, with the strongest chart/technicals, and biggest upside! GRO's #1 asset by far is its 50.22% stake in New Zealand's largest Agriculture Supply company PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW), which is publicly traded on the NZX in New Zealand.

    PGW is beginning to breakout big, rising in overseas trading last night to a new 7-week high of NZ$0.42. GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns 379.1mm PGW shares. Agria Asia's PGW shares are now worth NZ$159.22mm or USD$132.07mm, and GRO's 80.81% ownership of Agria Asia is worth USD$106.73 million or $1.93 per share!

    GRO also owns 100% of a China seeds business that grew revenues this past year by 98%. A fair valuation for GRO's China seeds business of 2X revenues, adds an additional $0.61 to GRO's share price, valuing GRO at $2.54. However, GRO also has a net debt position of $5.5 million or $0.10 per share, which reduces GRO's fair value to $2.44. With GRO currently trading for only $1.47, it's about to breakout big and rally 66% to $2.44!

    GRO reached a new 52-week high on Monday of $1.77 before dipping to its current price of $1.47! Right now is the perfect entry point, GRO isn't getting any cheaper, and looks ready to explode to new 52-week highs once again next week. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until after GRO rises to substantially higher share prices.

  • China stocks are EXPLODING and the China stock that's the most undervalued, with the strongest chart/technicals, and biggest upside - is Agria (GRO). GRO's #1 asset by far is its 50.22% stake in New Zealand's largest Agriculture Supply company PGG Wrightson (NZX: PGW). PGW is beginning to breakout big, rising in overseas trading last night to a new 7-week high of NZ$0.42. GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary owns 379.1mm PGW shares. Agria Asia's PGW shares are now worth NZ$159.22mm or USD$131.36mm, and GRO's 80.81% ownership of Agria Asia is worth USD$106.15 million or $1.92 per share!

    GRO also owns 100% of a China seeds business that grew revenues this past year by 98%. A fair valuation for GRO's China seeds business of 2X revenues, adds an additional $0.61 per share to GRO's fair value, valuing GRO at $2.53. However, GRO also has a net debt position of $5.5 million or $0.10 per share, which reduces GRO's fair value to $2.43. With GRO currently trading for only $1.46, it's about to breakout big and rally 66% to $2.43!

    GRO reached a new 52-week high on Monday of $1.77 before dipping to its current price of $1.46! Right now is the perfect entry point, GRO isn't getting any cheaper, and looks ready to explode to new 52-week highs once again next week. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until after GRO rises to substantially higher share prices.

  • Agria (GRO) is beginning to breakout and getting ready to explode to new 52-week highs next week! GRO's 80.81% owned Agria Asia owns 50.22% of PGG Wrightson - New Zealand's largest agriculture company and the largest seeds producer in the southern hemisphere. PGG Wrightson is also publicly traded on the NZX under the symbol PGW.

    Prior to Wednesday evening, PGW had finished 18 of its previous 25 trading days at NZ$0.40 and 7 at NZ$0.39. On Wednesday night, PGW broke through its NZ$0.40 resistance and closed at NZ$0.41. Last night, PGW rose once again to NZ$0.42!

    Agria Asia's 379.1 million PGW shares are now worth NZ$159.22 million or USD$131.36 million, making GRO's 80.81% stake in Agria Asia worth USD$106.15 million or $1.92 per share. GRO will likely rise at least 28% to $1.92 next week! At a share price of below $1.92, GRO's rapidly growing 100% owned China seeds business, which reported fiscal 2013 revenue growth of 98% - is being valued at less than zero. Including China seeds, GRO deserves to trade well above $2 per share!

    PGW releases fiscal 2014 1st Half results February 25, and PGW is likely to report very strong earnings growth - with analysts expecting PGW to grow its EPS 100% in fiscal 2014! On February 25th, PGW will declare a very large cash dividend to be paid in March, which will be HUGE for GRO! Last year, PGW paid total cash dividends of $0.032 per share - with GRO receiving total dividend proceeds of over $8 million. This year, PGW's total cash dividends will likely increase to at least $0.04 per share - with GRO set to receive proceeds of over $10 million.

    This will allow GRO to pay off all of its debt and become a debt free company if it chooses to do so. Most likely, GRO will only pay off its short-term debt - and keep its long-term debt, so that it has plenty of cash available to do a large share buyback. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until after GRO rises to substantially higher share prices.

  • Agria (GRO)'s main asset is its 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary, which owns 50.22% of PGG Wrightson - New Zealand's largest agricultural services company and the largest seeds producer in the southern hemisphere. PGG Wrightson itself is also publicly traded on the NZX under the symbol PGW. Prior to last night, PGW over the previous 25 trading days finished 7 of them at NZ$0.39 and 18 at NZ$0.40. Last night, PGW finally broke through the NZ$0.40 resistance and closed at NZ$0.41.

    Agria Asia's 379.1 million PGW shares are now worth NZ$155.43 million or USD$128.67 million, making GRO's 80.81% stake in Agria Asia worth USD$103.97 million or $1.88 per share. GRO deserves to immediately rise by $0.41 or 28% from its close yesterday of $1.47 per share. At a share price of below $1.88, GRO's rapidly growing 100% owned China seeds business, which reported fiscal 2013 revenue growth of 98% - is being valued at less than zero.

    PGW releases its fiscal 2014 first half results on February 25th, and PGW is likely to report extremely strong earnings growth - with analysts estimating that PGW for the full fiscal year of 2014 will report EPS growth of 100%! We expect PGW on February 25th to declare a very large cash dividend to be paid in March, which will be HUGE for GRO as it will receive by far the largest cash dividend proceeds. Last year, PGW paid total cash dividends of $0.032 per share - with GRO receiving total dividend proceeds of over $8 million. This year, PGW's total cash dividends will likely increase to at least $0.04 per share - with GRO set to receive proceeds of over $10 million.

    This will allow GRO to pay off all of its debt and become a debt free company if it chooses to do so. Most likely, GRO will only pay off its short-term debt - and keep its long-term debt, so that it has plenty of cash available to do a large share buyback. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until after GRO rises to substantially higher share prices.

  • Agria (GRO)'s main asset is its 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary, which owns 50.22% of PGG Wrightson - New Zealand's largest agricultural services company and the largest seeds producer in the southern hemisphere. PGG Wrightson itself is also publicly traded on the NZX under the symbol PGW. Prior to last night, PGW over the previous 25 trading days finished 7 of them at NZ$0.39 and 18 at NZ$0.40. Last night, PGW finally broke through the NZ$0.40 resistance and closed at NZ$0.41.

    Agria Asia's 379.1 million PGW shares are now worth NZ$155.43 million or USD$128.67 million, making GRO's 80.81% stake in Agria Asia worth USD$103.97 million or $1.88 per share. GRO deserves to immediately rise by $0.41 or 28% from its close yesterday of $1.47 per share. At a share price of below $1.88, GRO's rapidly growing 100% owned China seeds business, which reported fiscal 2013 revenue growth of 98% - is being valued at less than zero.

    PGW releases its fiscal 2014 first half results on February 25th, and PGW is likely to report extremely strong earnings growth - with analysts estimating that PGW for the full fiscal year of 2014 will report EPS growth of 100%! We expect PGW on February 25th to declare a very large cash dividend to be paid in March, which will be HUGE for GRO as it will receive by far the largest cash dividend proceeds. Last year, PGW paid total cash dividends of $0.032 per share - with GRO receiving total dividend proceeds of over $8 million. This year, PGW's total cash dividends will likely increase to at least $0.04 per share - with GRO set to receive proceeds of over $10 million.

    This will allow GRO to pay off all of its debt and become a debt free company if it chooses to do so. Most likely, GRO will only pay off its short-term debt - and keep its long-term debt, so that it has plenty of cash available to do a large share buyback. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until after GRO rises to substantially higher share prices.

  • Agria (GRO)'s main asset is its 80.81% owned Agria Asia subsidiary, which owns 50.22% of PGG Wrightson - New Zealand's largest agricultural services company and the largest seeds producer in the southern hemisphere. PGG Wrightson itself is also publicly traded on the NZX under the symbol PGW. Prior to last night, PGW over the previous 25 trading days finished 7 of them at NZ$0.39 and 18 at NZ$0.40. Last night, PGW finally broke through the NZ$0.40 resistance and closed at NZ$0.41.

    Agria Asia's 379.1 million PGW shares are now worth NZ$155.43 million or USD$128.67 million, making GRO's 80.81% stake in Agria Asia worth USD$103.97 million or $1.88 per share. GRO deserves to immediately rise by $0.41 or 28% from its close yesterday of $1.47 per share. At a share price of below $1.88, GRO's rapidly growing 100% owned China seeds business, which reported fiscal 2013 revenue growth of 98% - is being valued at less than zero.

    PGW releases its fiscal 2014 first half results on February 25th, and PGW is likely to report extremely strong earnings growth - with analysts estimating that PGW for the full fiscal year of 2014 will report EPS growth of 100%! We expect PGW on February 25th to declare a very large cash dividend to be paid in March, which will be HUGE for GRO as it will receive by far the largest cash dividend proceeds. Last year, PGW paid total cash dividends of $0.032 per share - with GRO receiving total dividend proceeds of over $8 million. This year, PGW's total cash dividends will likely increase to at least $0.04 per share - with GRO set to receive proceeds of over $10 million.

    This will allow GRO to pay off all of its debt and become a debt free company if it chooses to do so. Most likely, GRO will only pay off its short-term debt - and keep its long-term debt, so that it has plenty of cash available to do a large share buyback. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until after GRO rises to substantially higher share prices.

  • SEED just reported that its fiscal 2013 China seed revenues declined 8% from fiscal 2012. GRO recently reported that its fiscal 2013 China seed revenues increased 98% from fiscal 2012.

    SEED's total fiscal 2013 seed revenues were only $61.83 million vs. GRO's total fiscal 2013 seed revenues of $120.5 million. GRO's total seed revenues are now 95% higher than SEED.

    SEED reported fiscal 2013 cash flow from operations of negative ($23.78 million) with fiscal 2013 free cash flow of negative ($34.07 million) vs. GRO reporting fiscal 2013 cash flow from operations of positive $20.44 million with fiscal 2013 free cash flow of positive $12.06 million.

    SEED's net debt position increased during 4Q 2013 by 387% to over $25 million vs. GRO recently reducing its net debt position by 42% to less than $6 million.

    Besides owning a China seeds business, GRO owns a controlling stake in New Zealand's largest agriculture company - PGG Wrightson. GRO received total cash dividend payments from PGG Wrightson last year of $8.14 million. This year, GRO's cash dividend payments from PGG Wrightson will likely exceed $10 million. After GRO receives its upcoming cash dividends, GRO will have more cash than debt, making GRO debt free on a net basis.

    GRO hit a new 52-week high of $1.77 on Monday, but dipped back down to a closing price yesterday of $1.48. Look for GRO to begin bouncing today, and reach new 52-week highs of above $1.77 either by the end of this week or early next week. GRO is currently trading for below its book value of $1.58. GRO's book value is 6% higher than SEED's book value of $1.49, yet SEED is currently trading at a much higher share price.

    GRO will rise above SEED very soon. We own 550,000 shares of GRO and don't intend to sell until after it makes huge gains from its current extremely undervalued prices.

ECYT
8.16Sep 17 4:00 PMEDT

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