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  • Galena Biopharma Now Offers Considerable Long-Term Potential [View article]
    Seeking Alpha Author Used Multiple Aliases to Tout Biotech Stocks

    By Adam Feuerstein 01/28/13 - 06:34 AM EST
    Stock quotes in this article: GALE
    Jan 28 01:32 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • New Okyanos Heart Institute Makes Big Bet On Cytori Therapeutics Technology [View article]
    Check your spelling on Oykyanos Heart Institute please.
    Apr 12 01:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Beijing Is Not Washington’s Banker [View article]
    Pull the other one.

    America buys more than it sells by a long shot. That's called a trade deficit. (Skip the current account deficit if you wish.)

    This means we have to borrow money and continue refinancing the debt. Stop me if I err.

    The biggest (currently second biggest) lender (buyer of debt) to the US is China.
    How then is the holder of our notes not our lender aka banker?

    (Don't answer that we would both be destroyed if China dumped US Treasuries...that's a sign of weakness, not strength.)
    Feb 23 04:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China ETFs on Track for 2010 Growth [View article]
    YAO that's one ugly chart
    Feb 6 03:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A 'Do or Die' Week for U.S. Markets [View article]
    MHFT you have it right on $ vs yuan. The US is actively diluting the dollar to put increased pressure on the Chinese who cannot allow the runaway inflation that will be caused by an already undervalued yuan plunging in tandem with the buck.
    Jan 24 04:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China's New Year's 2010 Gold Rush [View article]
    I have done very well with FUQI and for the reasons stated above will hold or increase with a very longterm confidence.

    On 2010 Jan 01 07:13 PM JDSmith wrote:

    > I've recently invested heavily in FUQI, a Chinese Jewelry manufacturer.
    > The stock has pulled back nicely from its 52 week high in November.
    > Its currently at 18.00, but I think it will easily pass 40.00 next
    > year.
    Jan 1 10:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. Public Assault on Renminbi Peg Likely to Backfire [View article]
    Following that screed, I'll avoid veering into that old GOP invention of cap and trade.
    . Sticking on point, Washington is saying what it must say about a strong dollar and stopping short of offending the Chinese, while doing all it can to deflate the value of the dollar for export advantage reasons.
    The interesting question is: will China be able to maintain it's artificial peg of undervaluation to the greenback?
    Oct 18 01:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will the U.S. Economy Look Like Japan's? [View article]
    Thanks, I think. Didn't I already read all of this content in the New York Times?
    Oct 6 12:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why China Still Loves Gold, Silver [View article]
    No argument, but China's bullion buys are not huge and consumer figures aren't clear. Retail gold buying is doing well and FUQI has appreciated more than bullion IMO
    Oct 5 01:58 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cap-and-Trade Is Not Like the Space Race [View article]
    Failed comment.
    The point of the Friedman article for those who bothered to read it is that clean technologies will become the high value technologies of the future. There is simply no doubt that China is taking the lead in developing these technologies and will export them.
    As for those who wish to turn this into another tedious tirade against cap and trade and "socialism" remember that cap and trade worked successfully when it was unleashed against SO2 by Republicans.
    Oct 4 02:02 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Look at Possible Gold Trends [View article]
    Big Bangle buyers also seem to be busy in China where shares of FUQI are making me a happy bangle bug
    Sep 15 01:37 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China’s August Data Confirms Both Optimists and Pessimists [View article]
    Well, that's ugly, Tony. As a longtime China watcher I find his remarks in this case accurate in detail, and well balanced in opinion.
    What is your purpose is using personal invective Mr. Daltorio?
    Sep 12 12:32 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chinese Stocks Report Drops in Semi-Annual Reports [View article]
    The companies mentioned in this report do pay dividends Thomas as do may other SOEs.
    Sep 11 04:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold in China: Private Buying Beats GDP, Savings Glut and Official Reserves [View article]
    A stock play on private gold consumption in China the has done very well for me is FUQI...still a low PEG IMO.
    Sep 4 01:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can China Convert Itself into a Consumer-Based Economy? [View article]
    Error in this article:
    The stimulus was $586 billion at the time it was announced.
    It will appear to be slightly less if you do a 4 trillion yuan conversion at today's rates.

    BTW: the undervaluing of the yuan is what strips consumers of spending power IMO
    Aug 15 01:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment