Yes. China and exspecialy the agriculture market is the top growth story. I own Yongy, CGA and Agria. Do you know Humic Acid is good for the environment. :
Humic acids are amphiphilic species whose behavior in aqueous solution suggests that they form pseudomicelles—aggregates akin to the micelles familiar from synthetic surfactant chemistry. It is thought that humic pseudomicelles can be formed by both intramolecular coiling and intermolecular association, depending on the molecular weight, structural characteristics, and polydispersity of the humic acid in question. The process does not feature a critical micelle concentration. Experimental evidence indicates that metal ions enhance the detergent character of dissolved humic acid by facilitating the coiling and folding of the polymer chains. A recently conceived alternative model suggests that humic acids consist of relatively small subunits that associate through weak molecular interactions. This view appears to run counter to certain experimental observations, but deserves careful attention. The strong association between metal ions and solid humic acid makes it possible to use an inexpensive commercial grade for the decontamination of polluted water. A continuous elution process through a column packed with humic acid allows for the removal of both heavy metals and organic xenobiotics from aqueous solutio
check out what aliba sales experts are saying
and tell them that you are an investor
and ask them for an opinion.
i have done that with Qustions about CGA, and they are well respected. CGA is mentioning Yongye as the market leader for humic and fulvic acid.
There for this thread is initiated from short sellers and #$%$ talkers
My holding is 15.000 at the moment. If i had sold every time the stock reaches 1,6$ and bought at 1,35 back it had made me a fortune. But now i will wait and look for a new trading range and i will never decrease my holding below 15.000.
Agria has the power to be a "Monsanto" in China. China will never allow foreign companies like Monsanto to make big deals in China.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Agria established its edible corn seed business in 2007, vegetable seed business in 2009, field corn seed business in 2010 and forage seed business in 2013.
Agria’s China seeds business is operated by Beijing Agria Nongkeyu Co., Ltd. For more information, please visit www.nongkeyu.com.
Field Corn Seeds
We have achieved dramatic growth in the field corn business over the past two years. Notable achievements include:
1. We set up an effective distribution channel with approximately 300 county-level dealers, covering the spring and summer corn markets in 12 provinces including Henan, Hebei, Shandong and Heilongjiang.
2. We are commercializing three key corn hybrids: BY11, Zhongdan 909 and ND375. An additional three hybrids are currently under development.
3. We built two modern corn seed conditioning and packaging plants in Xinjiang and Henan provinces, each with a capacity of 20 tons per hour.
4. We have more than 1,500 hectares of seed production in Xinjiang and Gansu provinces, which are reliable and sustainable for high quality seed production.
Edible Corn Seeds
We conduct our edible corn seed business through Shenzhen Nongkeyu. We have two operating units located in Beijing and Zhuhai. Our seed products cover different varieties including sweet corn, sticky corn and sweet/sticky corn. We have a distribution network covering 28 provinces in China and seed production bases in 6 provinces.Our annual sales volume currently totals approximately 1.2 million kilograms.
Our key focus is innovation in varieties. We are a leader in the industry of edible corn seed research and development.
China is one of the largest markets for edible corn. The planting area reaches 13.5 million mu. We are capturing market opportunities through our leading market share in the JKN2000 variety , as well as development of new species to both consolidate our significant position in China and to expand to southeast Asia.
We conduct our forage
From Seeking Alpha Transcription
Normally we have -- in terms of EBITDA [proper] unit for the seed and grain business about 30% in the first half and about 70% in the second half.
It is great that nevada shareholder rights helped to made the steal impossible. I bought CGA and Yongye today. Thanks to the idiots who sold today.
i ordered 1500. First buy order since earnings release. I belief the "defered assets" were bad explained. Tao Li will convince with Q3 and Q4 earnings. No news out at the moment.
according to IR:
As of December 31, 2013 Mr. Lai has 49,534,202 shares, 44.72% of outstanding shares/voting power, based on Schedule 13G
According to the 20-F for 6/30/2013 Directors and officers own 44.9% of outstanding shares.
From 6/30/2012 to 6/30/2013 he purchased 396,869 shares.
From 6/30/2013 to 12/31/2013 he purchased 82,000 shares.
From 20-F for 6/30/2012
Guanglin Lai(3) 49,055,333
(Ownership as of September 24, 2012)
From 20-F for 6/30/2013
Guanglin Lai(3) 49,452,202
(Ownership as of September 24, 2013)
I don'T understand this Nevada shareholder rights. My understanding was they are incorparated on BVI/BCI. They are registered in Nevada and are trading at NYSE. How can it be that Nevada Shareholder Rights are regarding "appraisal rights" in disadvantage to BVI Law ?
I love the Idiots who press always a thumb down. 120% plus since 1 year. I love it.
This stock makes me rich.
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