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March 2011



Yongye: Red Flags

March 23, 2011 – Comments (23) | RELATED TICKERS: YONG.DL


I've now read every 10-Q and 10-K Yongye has released since it became a public company, along with talking to their CFO, and I am still baffled as to how large segments of the company operate. Hopefully the company will disclose more information (paricularly what it is required to by SEC regulations) and clear up the confusion about apparent conflicts of interest, insufficient employees, and wildly fluctuating sales.   [more]



CCME halted, CHBT under $10, GHII -20%, ENHD -40%

March 11, 2011 – Comments (12) | RELATED TICKERS: CCME.DL , CHBT.DL , CHINA.DL

Beautiful day, no? All these China-based probable scams RTO-plays are going down. Where's Glen Bradford when you need him, his picks are getting rocked?  [more]



Atrinsic -- wow, what a pump job

March 11, 2011 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: ATRND , THK , LOOK.DL

I must admit my complete amazement at a certain John Gilliam's ability to pump dubious stocks. On Monday, Atrinsic shares surged 80% after his extremely bullish article. This despite the fact that in Gilliam's short track-record of promoting stocks, he's promoted complete jokes such as LOOK, MIVA, THK, and the CAPS-Favorite bizarro YTBLA.PK. Also Gilliam had previously promoted Atrinsic stock when it was at $20 under a different name. It was at $2 and change when he went for it again on Monday. Amazing what can happen with small-float stocks and a convincing-enough pitch. Anywhere, the bearish rebuttal for Atrinsic can be found here.  [more]



CCME: Irrefutable Evidence of Fraud (Muddy Waters)

March 02, 2011 – Comments (38) | RELATED TICKERS: CCME.DL

Too bad for Glen Bradford and the other pumpers of Chinese RTOs. Their bellweather is going down. Under $11 now. Will the longs pull another rabbit out of their hats? The CCME drama continues on.  [more]



Rosetta Stone approaching bottom

March 01, 2011 – Comments (7) | RELATED TICKERS: RST

While I have been relentlessly negative about Rosetta Stone from its IPO onward, even I am willing to concede we are starting to approach a bottom for RST. I closed my 11th red thumb of RST recently and I am not planning on re-opening to launch #12 yet, as the market has, it seems, fairly taken into account RST management's failure to execute. In yesterday's 4Q earnings press conference, RST management noted the major problems the business has and frankly noted the need to rapidly restructure and reinnovate to save the company's future.   [more]

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