Friday, March 30, 2012

U.S. Stock Fraud Cases Surge Against China Firms


China Agri-Business (CHBU) Going Dark?

It could be never know.................

btw interesting read on China Accounting Blog

Thursday, March 29, 2012

China Agri-Business (CHBU) Waiting For The 10-K

A one dollar stock trading around 20 CENTS!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

China Marine Food (CMFO) Hard Hit Today!

Almost 15% down at $ be honest ..........numbers were bad, but not that bad.............

Why? We had a Black Swan............The earthquake (radiation leak) in Japan and some food issues in China regarding tainted clouding agents for use in certain beverages. All these things effected consumer behaviour dramatically.

If you still can overcome these issues as a company you deserve a golden medal.

Net income and earnings per share decreased..............ok it's true, but still nice after adjustment!
Adjusted Net Income**
$12.8 million
Adjusted Diluted EPS**

I am quite confident that we will see better results this year, if things are normal!

Prices around $1.00 seem to be a steal, especially with a bigger distribution network than last year and marketing expenditures that are going to pay off. I will be a buyer around $1.00.

SkyPeople Fruit Juice (SPU) FY 2011 Results


EPS 2011 diluted $0.50 vs EPS 2010 diluted $0.92

Artificial Life (ALIF) Goes Dark

SEC filing

We all got fried because of lousy management and fake revenues!

China Marine Reports Fourth Quarter And Full Year 2011 Results

Press Release

Twelve Month Results
Full Year 2011 Results

FY 2011
FY 2010
Net Sales
$143.9 million
$122.7 million
Gross Profit
$31.7 million
$37.5 million
Net Income
$8.6 million
$21.1 million
Diluted EPS*
Adjusted Net Income**
$12.8 million
$23.5 million
Adjusted Diluted EPS**

* EPS calculated for the period is based on 29.5 million shares on December 31, 2011 versus 29.0 million shares reported on December 31, 2010.   
 ** Adjusted Net Income and Diluted EPS in 2011 are non-GAAP calculations and do not include $2.5 million of non-cash, amortization of intangible assets related to the Company's acquisition and $1.7 million of after-tax non-cash stock-based compensation expenses in 2011. For more information about the non-GAAP financial measures contained in this press release, please see "About Non-GAAP Financial Measures" below.

"We have experienced a number of extraordinary challenges this year and we are working diligently to solidify our position in the market," exclaimed Mr. Pengfei Liu, Chairman and CEO of China Marine. "As a result of our increased marketing support and food safety advertising for Mingxiang® foods and the fact that none of our seafood sources were affected by the March 2011 radiation leak in Japan, we believe that our seafood sales will rebound once public concern subsides. Growth of our 'Hi-Power' beverages were also weaker than forecasted due to an incident involving tainted clouding agents for use in certain beverages in Taiwan and China in the middle of last year. Though none of our products used such agents, we were also required to make additional investments in advertising to maintain and regain consumer confidence in 'Hi-Power'. As a result of these circumstances, it was necessary we allocate significant marketing dollars to demonstrate our commitment to food safety and the quality of our products for both our beverage and food segments, simultaneously, throughout 2011. Fortunately, our push in advertising and marketing has produced an additional benefit which is greater distributor interest and trust in our Company. As a result, we expect to selectively add new distributors in step with the recovery of the domestic beverage market in China and also increase our shipments of Mingxiang-branded foods to the many distributors we have maintained for years.  Throughout 2012, we believe "Hi-Power" and Mingxiang® food sales are poised to regain the growth trajectories we have witnessed in the past."

Online Retail Market Booming In China

Article Seeking Alpha

Investing In China's Oil And Gas Sector With This Non-Government Entity

Article Seeking Alpha

An article about Longwei Petroleum Investment Holdings (LPH)

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Longwei Petroleum to Benefit from PRC Fuel Price Increase

Press Release

China Shandong Industries Goes Dark

Another US-listed China Reverse Merger company eats the dust.


Wednesday, March 21, 2012

China Botanic Pharmaceutical Deserves A Closer Look

Article Seeking Alpha

Monday, March 19, 2012

China Botanic Pharmaceutical Q1 Profit Rises More Than 12%, Sales Jump

Article Seeking Alpha

The cheapest pharmaceutical out there, with a P/E below 2. Annual report (10-K) signed off by auditor.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

2 U.S.-Listed China Stocks To Buy Now

Article Seeking Alpha

A precarious economy, fraud concerns and negative press coverage has scared investors out of U.S.-listed Chinese small caps. Right now many investors have the "fraud" word on their minds and avoid these stocks. Despite the high risk of investing in Chinese small-cap stocks I think there are still plenty of opportunities for keen investors.

In this article I will present two Chinese companies, which I think are most likely to be taken private or acquired by other companies and will give investors multifold returns soon.

Longwei Petroleum Investment Holdings (LPH) and American Lorain (ALN)

Monday, March 12, 2012

How Far Can the Plaintiffs Really Go With the Cases Against U.S.-Listed Chinese Companies?

Article D&O Diary

Friday, March 9, 2012

Tibet Pharmaceuticals: The Next China Stock That Is Going Private

Article Seeking Alpha

Final Note
After Harbin Electric and China Security & Surveillance, Tibet Pharmaceuticals is another example of a U.S. listed China company leaving the U.S. Capital Markets. Investors who can snap up shares of undervalued companies that trade lower than their cash value per share, such as Tibet Pharmaceuticals does, could benefit from the current disconnect many U.S. listed China stocks have with fair value or take-over value. This makes these companies attractive for management teams or private equity funds.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Tibet Pharmaceuticals Filed A 8-K Non Binding Proposal of $3


And still short sellers and other wolves are saying it's a fraud.................just plain bullshit.

They came even with a picture and are bashing that there is an auction of their property.

It's quite different than the real building of Tibet Pharmaceuticals, see below and find the differences.

The problem is that in that region the property is all similar!

But I don't mind I keep buying around $