Thursday, September 27, 2007

 

THE MOTHER OF ALL CHINESE STOCK LISTS

I've been compiling this list for awhile. Now, in an unprecedented move, "The Fly" will share his meaningless list with you (internet stock whores).

Maybe you can find a lottery ticket in here, somewhere.

AICAF, AIRYY, CHCG, CAGC, CAAS, CPCAY, CHBT, CCBX, CDS, CEDA, CHINA, CHGS, CHRI, CHHL, CHLN, CIWT, CIVY, CNOA, CYD, CHNWQ, CPHI, CREG, CHNR, NCTY, NTES, SNDA, JASO, SOLF, STP, CHL, CN, CHU, CHA, CHND, CTRP, CSCT, CHSH, CCGY, CHFI, CFSG, CHME, CNEH, CNUV, KUN, XFML, JADE, BIDU, SOHU, SINA, NWD, NINE, ATV, EFUT, EDU, EJ, PCNTF, CXTI, CHNG, HIHO, SWRAY, HNP, HRAY, TCM, ACTS, BNSO, CPSL, CNTF, CTDC, SORL, SEED, FFHL, CSUN, FMCN, CLWT, ADY, JOBS, QXM, PACT, XING, YTEC, CEA, ZNH, SDTH, CHCG, SHA, NINE, YZC, PTR, CEO, SNP, ACH, CBAK, ILVL, SHI, AOB, LFC, SOBM, SYUT, BJGP, ZHNP, FEED, LONG, LTON, WX, MR, SSRX, SCR, SPRD, SNEN, PWRD, GDG, CIHHF, BKEAY, MHJ, HMIN, CLPHY, TSL, JRJC and HQS.

Let me know if I'm missing any.

UPDATE: Chinese Quote list. Thanks to "Jeff."

Comments:
thanks for the list.
 
Thanks for your post.

CLPHY is a utility co.

CHL, LFC, YZC, SNP, FMCN, ACH, CDS, SHI, CHNR, CEO, PTR, and BIDU all looking good.
 
China stock quotes
 
ChiCom stocks are for daytrading. I bet half have fraudulent financials. Free Burma!!! (Sorry for the political statement).
 
It will always be Myanmar to me.
 
Also check out HF.TO I've been told that stock will hit $20 soon.
 
NMX breaking the fuck out!
 
Jeff-Sorry. You are correct. There's something about Buddhist monks who want democracy getting killed by a Junta where the ChiComs supplied the weapons.
 
Ragin'

You sound excited.
 
Fly, you forgot TSL: Trina Solar...
 
Who gave you motherfuckers IMMR two days ago? Any guesses? Take a look, motherfuckers. Use the search feature if you're stuck.
 
Hey Harry,

I give you the official Harry Horsedick baton for the day.

As Sen. Byrd is wont to say:

Heppy?
 
Fly, did not see MPEL in there, which is doing a Harry Horsedick right now.

How can anyone argue w. Chinese gambling? It's in their blood.

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Also, I know you always liked MCHX because of their indefinable patents... whaddaya think about patent playah LOCM?
 
who you calling a whore - you fucking cheat
 
You forgot one of the best ones out there:QXM.
 
Nevermind, no you didn't.
 
MVIS has been churning through a series of lower highs and lower lows since the Labor Day spike past $5.

She really needs to get her mojo going to avoid angering the technical analysis, chart-chomping gods.
 
BTRADER:

Put your glasses on, fuckface.
 
VMC - another reason why Fly is smarter than the internets. Long live the Fly !

may he always toss us his crumbs
 
I believe CHKP is flirting with significant levels. They do a lot of business with NOK, which is doing well. This one could get it long gone mojo back.
 
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TC:
Did you catch the news on NEM yesterday? The stock took a hit after they annonced decreasing reserves and increased production costs. Also, Barrick informed shareholders yesterday that it intends to deliver against OTC forward sales, it will be delivering gold at $325 even if gold is trading at $1650 or better.

GSS is 0% hedged and it's main operation is in Ghana where they have a power generating agreement with NEM. The CFO of GSS was formerly employed at NEM. The CEO of GSS plans to resign at the end of the year (Leading shareholder- zero insider sales). Bad? maybe or maybe a deal is in the works.
 
Stay away from NEM and ABX. They have made some bad choices relying on Central and S America. The countries in those regions are unstable and politics are moving to the left.

With the exception of Ghana, any other production out of Africa is questionable. Stay away from companies doing biz outside of Ghana on the "Dark Continent"..
 
There are probably several deals floating around for gold stocks since most of them seem to have problems controlling costs and reserves are declining. The irony is that NEM was about $75 in the mid-90's when gold was several hundred dollars lower. Oil is supposed to be inflationary and help these gold stocks but the mining companies use tons of energy and its costing them.
One interesting stock is TRE in Tanzania.
Most of the time I just daytrade long and short GDX (Gold ETF which tracks HUI).
 
Remember BRE-X where they made up their gold finds and the geologist committed suicide by jumping out of the helicopter? Mark Twain was right about a gold mine being a hole in the ground with a liar owning it.
 
Fuck that, own GG or risk S.U.R.*

Also silver is the real monster play pulling into Christmas time.

SLW or just the ETF -- SLV.
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*(sudden urethra rammage.)
 
SSRI and PAAS are also decent siver picks. I believe Bill Gates owns a chunk of PAAS.
 
Can't buy PAAS.

Bad experience w. Easter eggs as a kid.

I'd rather not go into it.

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Frylock-- Wait for the gap fill on this BWLD or whaddaythink?
 
I don't see the ticker for the Chinese Solar Burrito's stock.
 
I believe the symbol is CTACO.
 
I thought it was GASR.
 
It might be CFLY.
 
RUNS
 
China Fire & Security Group (CFSG)
 
CCGY = China Clean Energy.

They are an already profitable specialty chemical manufacturer that has been producing a variety of organically based industrial chemicals for about one decade. They started a new product line, by taking the organic waste from their operations and converting it into biodesiel fuel. They realized that they were on to something, so they decided to raise capital by going public with a US IPO. Their using the capital to increase their biodesiel output from 4600 tonnes pa to 100,000 tonnes pa by 2009.

When I first heard about them, I bought in right away at $2.90/share....when it dropped to $2.00/share, I bought some more. Then when it dropped to $1.40 share, I bought even more.

Just when I thought I had been rooked, Westminster Securities issued a Strong Buy research report back in July, with a 12 month target price of $2.50

This past week, it FINALLY came back: going from about $1.20/share to $2.20 over a two day time span (9/27 & 9/28). At the close of business on Friday, it was still heading upwards on heavy trade volume. So on Monday, it will probably pick up where it left off and continue to climb.

I'm in the black now and along for the ride: I'm projecting a share price of at least $3.50 in 2009.
 
I'm a have to check some of these out....
 
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