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rvga128 323 posts  |  Last Activity: 16 minutes ago Member since: Dec 5, 2003
  • rvga128 rvga128 16 minutes ago Flag

    You mean fight ISIS, Putin and now China. Hope we do not unite them. Yes, people need their rights protected but we can not do it for them. It is time for native people to fight for your rights and further their institutions and a time frame suitable for them. Mass yearning and struggle is the way to go. We need to support these struggles rather then influencing except in cases like ISIS/ISIL.

  • I am 12% down. Just letting you know because you asked. But sleeping soundly and not much to worry about- if you have conviction- you learn to live and die by them. It is stock market, you win some and lose some. But how would you know - you need functioning neuronal connections. Your synapses are way defective and nothing passes from one neuron to another. Pathetic life sucker boy.

  • WOW! That DANG thing has really rattled you- you thought you were COOL! But not many here think you are COOL but just an ignorant PUNK.

  • nolic1944 • 2 hours 0 minutes ago Flag
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    Dang, what a great day I was able to buy more for the bargain price of 11.30 a share. Now is this a
    great country or what, thanks kids.
    How is that going for you loser! Now stop having a hissy fit.

  • Lifelong loser- you lose when you sell! Start beating up those degenerate neurons. It may spark for a moment for you to think cogently.

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    30,500 @ 2.93

    by whitegod303 18 hours ago

    added nearly 1000 @ $2.95 to nearly 33,000 @ $1.16.

  • He is still sucking on his necrotic stump and stinking his head in Mr. Trumps behind. Whatever he says - incoherent rant from neurons which have not been whipped to think straight.

  • rvga128 by rvga128 Sep 30, 2014 9:25 PM Flag

    "We're overweight Japan. Abenomics is making progress, albeit slowly, the yen continues to weaken, which is good for stocks, and pension fund reform is a huge potential catalyst," said Simon Grose-Hodge, head of investment advisory, South Asia at LGT Bank.

    China, India cheer

    Asia's economic giants India and China are also expected to come out swinging, extending their solid gains so far this year.

    Two catalysts providing gains in China's markets are the upcoming launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect scheme - which will give global investors greater access to domestic Chinese equities - and the Fourth Plenary Session - a meeting of the Chinese Communist Party's elite 200-plus-member Central Committee that is expected to focus on consolidating anti-graft efforts and deepening reforms for economic sustainable growth.

    "We expect the Fourth Plenum will accelerate reforms, so we're positive on China. But you have to be a stockpicker," said Uwe Parpart, chief strategist at Reorient Group (Hong Kong Stock Exchange: 376-HK), who is positive on financial and technology stocks in the mainland.

    For India, signs of an economic turnaround and fresh reform initiatives will help to fuel further gains in the market. Although market watchers caution that the easy money has been made.

    "India's good a lot of good things going on, but you worry can it get any better than this?" said Grose-Hodge .

  • rvga128 rvga128 Sep 30, 2014 12:00 PM Flag

    nolic1944 • 43 minutes ago Flag
    .You really are an IDIOT the average wage in China is about $5000 a yr. ccording to CNN's online global wage calculator, which uses data from the International Labor Organization, the average annual salary of a worker in China's private sector was 28,752 yuan (about $4,755) in 2012, or 38% of the global average
    And in 2013 They are over $6800. Increase in about $2000- Aintstein can you grasp that - NO! Keep sucking on that necrotic stump.

  • rvga128 rvga128 Sep 30, 2014 11:58 AM Flag

    And with currency manipulation that $6800 is much more then some real Id10T can grasp.

  • rvga128 rvga128 Sep 30, 2014 11:44 AM Flag

    Per capita income in 2013 as per IMF is $6,747 and as per WB is $ 6,807.
    With that income the Chinese get more for your buck then in an western parts of the world. Look at the way they build their cities in the last 2 and 1/2 decades what cheap costs can buy.
    Nolic- you can still post your absurd comments because it is fun to see how some humans have limitations in using their neurons- they need some major overhaul. But it is sad that is late, but then others get to enjoy at your expense.

  • China's role in supplying cheap consumer goods to the West could end in coming years due to rising domestic consumption and worker pay, stoking inflation and unsettling retailers in Western markets, the chairman of logistics group Li & Fung warned.

    "China will disrupt the world," William Fung of Hong Kong-based Li & Fung, which supplies firms like Walmart Stores Inc with clothing and toys, told the World Retail Congress, an annual gathering of retail industry executives, on Monday.

    China is a country that operates in economic cycles of 30 years, Fung said, and between 1979 and 2009, it had been the world's "factory" producing consumer goods at low prices, notably thanks to the low wages paid to its workers.

    "For 30 years, China kept consumer prices low and people like us enjoyed very good margins," Fung said.

    Since 2009 China had started to boost economic growth through greater domestic consumption while wages have risen.

    "When China starts consuming and with India right behind it, I predict a round of price increases and margin squeezes," he Fung said.

    Over the next 30 years, China and India could add more than one billion customers - both "an opportunity and a threat" for the retail industry, he added.
    No more cheap goods for us.

  • The news, which came on the eve of the Golden Week holiday, signalled that China's central authorities were serious about preventing further deterioration in the property market, which accounts for about 15 percent of the world's second-biggest economy.

    "We will see the market boom with sales during the Golden Week," said Liu Yuan, the head of research at Centaline, a property consultant, in Shanghai.

    "Such good news will make developers adjust their sales strategy overnight," he said, predicting a 15 percent monthly jump in property sales in October.

    Second-home buyers can now get a 30 percent discount on their mortgage rates, an offer previously limited only to first-home buyers, the central bank and the banking regulator said. Downpayment levels were also cut to 30 percent from 60-70 percent.

    Home prices fell for the fourth consecutive month in August while new construction activity continued to slump, leading many analysts to argue that only a cut in mortgage rates could turn things around for the sector and the economy.

    Factory output and a broad measure of credit supply in China both skidded unexpectedly to six-year lows this summer. That fuelled bets that China's leaders would have to further loosen fiscal and monetary policies if they wish to grow the economy by around 7.5 percent this year, as targeted by the government.

    "I think the big macro call for China is: will home buyers respond to the signal from the central government that it's time to get back into the market?" said Tim Condon, an economist at ING Bank in Singapore.


    To support the housing market, 40 of 46 regional Chinese governments have already abolished housing investment limits that were originally in place to calm frothy home prices. Yet prices have continued to drop in a record number of cities.

    Now authorities have relaxed the rules even further.

    In cities without housing investment limits, banks lend to those buying their third homes and who do not have any outstanding unpaid mortgages. Banks were previously barred from lending to residents who were trying to buy more than two homes in big cities.

    "For families that own one home and have paid off their mortgages, banks should treat them as first-home buyers," the People's Bank of China and the banking regulator said in a joint statement on the central bank's website.

    Banks should quicken their disbursements of mortgages and lend to healthy property developers that have commercially viable projects, the regulators said.

    Some would-be home buyers have reported long waits for loan applications to be processed by banks which are wary of taking on even more exposure to the weakening sector as bad loans climb.

    To pay for the mortgages, the regulators said banks should sell mortgage-backed securities and bonds with longer maturities.

    Developers on their part were also encouraged to sell bonds in the interbank market, and a pilot for real estate investment trusts, or REITs, would also be started to broaden financing channels.

  • Reply to

    NQ closed at $7 and closed AH at $7

    by tw0hander44 Sep 29, 2014 8:19 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Sep 29, 2014 9:19 PM Flag

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    new article on NQ coming tomorrow

    by biotechwatcher Sep 28, 2014 9:24 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Sep 29, 2014 8:05 PM Flag

    Open short positions for 9/15/2014 totaled 15.8 million, down from the peak 17.8 million of two months prior. Everyone has watched the 44k January call option placement and roll down every few weeks, and additional call options placed elsewhere. Its obvious shorts are preparing themselves. They’ve had a good run at NQ’s expense (join me in closing your eyes to the ethics and tactics they utilized, that is water over the dam). Now that run is coming to an end and they know it.

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    new article on NQ coming tomorrow

    by biotechwatcher Sep 28, 2014 9:24 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Sep 29, 2014 8:00 PM Flag

    Vicious short attacks (now mostly disproven). Untimely resignations. Change of auditor. And worst of all, a 20f filing extension granted by the NYSE, which brought the short “hounds-of-hell” bearing down on NQ with intent on tearing the company to pieces. It’s been a tough 10 months, a period which will be largely brought to an end by the filing of a 20f in October or early November.

    The company has stated repeatedly and emphatically that not only the 20f will be filed, it will be filed without qualification or restatement. These statements were repeated multiple times during our conference call, but the focus of the call was the potential of the company ongoing, after the 20f, after the company gets back to go.

    “The filing of the 20f is the beginning, not the panacea,” said Mathison. “Most important is our positioning of the company for rapid future growth.”

    Mathison and Khan believe there is a “great discount” currently placed on shares that will be resolved with the 20 filing. The filing immediately returns the company to a state of compliance (quarterly filings are not required from Chinese-domiciled companies). The new Audit Committee and MBP have made encouraging progress, said Mathison, but MBP has begun the process from near scratch, which takes time.

    MBP was on-boarded efficiently, with more than double the resources brought by dismissed auditor PWC, and they are working diligently to complete the job. Filing the 20f is a “primary focus” and NQ looks forward to “returning to normal operations … as a compliant public company.” But, stressed Khan, the 20f delay doesn’t mean they are letting the business side rest on its laurels. In fact, they are driving harder than ever, notching significant “quarter over quarter growth.” (The growth story will be a focus of Part 2 in our series.)

  • Reply to

    new article on NQ coming tomorrow

    by biotechwatcher Sep 28, 2014 9:24 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Sep 29, 2014 7:59 PM Flag

    Early on, we turned off the interrogation lamps and settled in for a pleasant fireside chat. What may be surprising to some was the eagerness and zeal with which Mathison and Khan spoke about the business. Considering the relentless and repetitive outpouring of short seller allegations—fraud of the highest order, perjury, deception, books-cooking, misrepresentation–you might expect the NQ guys to be guarded. You might expect a blizzard of well-prepared, legally-vetted responses.

    But nope. Nothing was further from the truth. The bulk of our questions got answered, with the underlying thesis that NQ Mobile is running on all cylinders, executing its vision successfully, and unafraid to tell it like it is, in a realistic manner, with timelines.

    The first of a new NQ article series is below.

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    by foreverdonquijote Sep 26, 2014 10:24 AM
    rvga128 rvga128 Sep 29, 2014 3:34 PM Flag

    But you were replying to my post. If not, then please ignore my reply.

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    by foreverdonquijote Sep 26, 2014 10:24 AM
    rvga128 rvga128 Sep 29, 2014 2:05 PM Flag

    "Got $2.80 per share as dividend"- that is past. Did I talk about the future!

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    xinyuan priced

    by whitegod303 Sep 27, 2014 1:43 PM
    rvga128 rvga128 Sep 29, 2014 10:54 AM Flag

    Logic and Cino do not go together- and it took several years for you to figure that out. Better late then never.

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