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I was at my local Chartered Market Technician (CMT) meeting tonight which is held once every 2 months, so I couldn't get my daily market action post out in a timely manner. This also means that I missed the highly anticipated CNBC show on high-class hookers. I was really looking forward to that, seriously, so someone tell me how it was.
China Precision Steel, Inc. (CPSL) Maintains Confidence Despite Q1 Revenue Decrease
Gulf Resources Inc. (GFRE.OB) Should Benefit from Chinese Stimulus Targets, Only Marginally Affected by Olympics’ Shutdown
The pure capitalist tends to drool a bit at the mere mention of a captive market. The opportunity to sell into a marketplace that has only a few favored suppliers is a dream come true. In most instances, captive markets are few and far in-between, but when they do show up, it’s an opportunity to take advantage.
China Proposes Economic Stimulus Package to the Tune of $586 Billion
China joins other major economies such as the United States, Japan and Germany which have already introduced their own stimulus plans. China’s plan calls for higher spending on roads, airports and other infrastructure, tax deductions for exporters and more aid to the poor and farmers. Spending on health and education will increase, as well as on environmental protection and high technology.
Interesting day where I didn't think we would be fading the gap as far as we did. Regardless, we re-entered the consolidation range not giving a care about China's stimulus package. On a longer short-term view, we are forming a bearish flag after having failed the 20-day MA 3x. At this point, we are more likely to test the October lows than to breakout to the upside.
Wonder Auto Technology, Inc. (WATG) Saying Smaller is Better
Wonder Auto Technology, Inc., based in Jinzhou City, Liaoning, China, recently posted their latest edition of forecasts. For some time the company has been focused on creating parts and electrical components for the small to midsized engines. Perhaps it was an exercise in divination or just simply a visionary idea, but that glimpse into the future has paid off in a big way.
Puda Coal, Inc. (PUDC.OB) Posts Solid Third-Quarter Numbers
Puda Coal, Inc. (PUDC.OB), a high grade metallurgical coking coal supplier in China, reported its 3rd quarter financial results today and the numbers are strong. Revenue hit $74.1 million, an 82% increase over third-quarter 2007’s revenues. Operating income came in at $9.0 million, while net income reached $6.5 million.
China Pharma Holdings Inc. (CPHI.OB) Posts Positive Q3 Results Across the Board
China Pharma Holdings Inc. (OTCBB: CPHI) develops, manufactures and markets generic and branded specialty pharmaceutical products in China. The company today announced its third-quarter results for the period ended September 30, 2008, marking significant increases in revenues and net income.
Following an historic election, we take a moment to examine just what an Obama presidency will mean to the United States - what we have to look forward to, and how he will deal with our current financial crisis. And according Jim Davidson, some of the numbers just don’t add up.
here are many factors I use when evaluating stock investments and a large number of them indicate some stocks are trading at compelling valuations. However, one factor that is on my mind is the fact many investment newsletters and magazine investment articles indicate investors should be buying stocks at this time. Historically, market bottoms do not occur when investment pundits are bullish.
Newsletter Recommendations Fall Short Of The Market
Investors obtain investment information from a variety of sources. One source is the advice disseminated from investment newsletters. Mark Hulbert of the Hulbert Financial Digest, tracks the performance of newsletter recommendations. His analysis indicates most newsletter recommendations tend to underperform the market.
It is often noted by investment experts that diversifying ones investments across the different asset classes (small, mid, international, etc.) will provide an investor with better returns. And not just better returns, but better returns on a risk adjusted basis. In this bear market cycle, the article notes that no market has been spared this year or since the market peak in October of 2007.