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  • China Jo-Jo Drug Stores: Great Fundamentals for Growth [View article]
    this company is a scam. look at the ownership 3 guys named "supermarvel". look at the revenue of over 1.0 M per store when Nepstar earns 150k per store. look at the huge net income but no cash gains on the balance sheet, but A/R is going through the roof

    good luck
    Apr 18, 2011. 11:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • China Jo-Jo Drugstores: Huge Growth Potential Along With Risks [View article]
    this is a scam and sell your shares asap. Look at the same store sales compared to Nepstar...look at the big cash flow but no cash on the balance sheet...look at the increasing receivables.

    there's no way a company with 40 stores in china makes the kind of revenue and profit they report.

    it's a scam. get out.
    Apr 18, 2011. 11:18 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Just One Stock: Steering Toward Growth in China's Expanding Auto Industry [View article]
    I just checked out CAAS homepage. I was stunned to see no new news, no annual reports, a message from the CEO dated 2004 (and from the old CEO nonetheless!), and so on. However, there's an press release in October from the CEO saying how proud he is the new website will have all kinds of up-to-date IR material.

    Is this company for real? Has anyone visited their HQ or production facilities? The website is a joke, suggesting a scam.

    Many China companies are not real, like this recent SA post shows:
    Mar 21, 2011. 07:44 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Quantitative Easing and Kimberly-Clark [View article]
    wicked humor Mr Goldman

    i totally agree

    One lousy trillion? Shouldn't even be a headline. You ain't seen nothing yet, honey.
    Nov 3, 2010. 10:44 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nalco: Should Some of Your Oars Be in This Water Treatment Company? [View article]
    Check out EERI for a niche, technology based, desalination company.

    Eneregy Recovery (EERI) is based in Oakland. Like NLC, EERI is a cutting edge technology company, working in the water space.

    Also, like NLC, ERRII is an energy and cost saving company. They both offer their customers energy & cost savings and that's really what they offer more than water treatment. Sure they treat water, but what they sell is energy and cost savings.

    Unlike NLC however, ERII integrates in the desalination space. NLC is an industrial water treatment company.

    Personally, I like both companies; both boast cutting edge technology and ease investors with large competitive advantage - "moats" if you will. Neither company is competing in the low margin, undifferentiated commodity business: Water treatment chemicals, like Dupont.

    Final point: Both companies enjoy booming sales in Asia.

    Good luck either way!
    Sep 7, 2010. 10:01 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment