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August 27, 2010 – Comments (4) | RELATED TICKERS: NIVS

  Sometimes you just find the kind of stocks that really can give you some money....most of the time you look at the numbers and cant believe what you see, and a few years later the stocks going to the sky while the big players make some money and you dont.

 NIVS INTELLIMEDIA (NIV) is just one of them.

At 2.6x times earnings, a guidance for the 2010 of 25 millions in earnings and a market value of 97 million this company is really a bargain.

 The company shareholders equity is above 115 millions dollars, so now is below his book value and just 0.3x price to sales......

Beside that, the company sales grow at 89% last quarter and the earnings operational income grew at 70% percent in the six first months  of 2010....

Earnings per share for the six months of 2010 were 0.27 usd, thats an increase of 71% over the 2009.

 If still dont like that, the company just report that the new plant is operational this month, so in the next quarters we are going to see moreee growth on sales and earnings...

 Some months ago, the company make a shares issue at 3.3 usd, and now it has 25 million in cash so its in a good financial condition,

 Now the stock is trading at just 2.04 usd meanwhile the big players are getting in unnoticed in this the last months you can see big changes in the major holders, no insider is selling, no major holder is selling either, but about 4 million shares has been bought by institutional holders.....the herd is selling, the big player buying just like always not everyone makes money in the market.

 The consensus target price is 7 usd, so the upside potential is huge in this stock but it has been under the radar for quite some time

Is a very well managed company, their own brand is strengthening and now its a bigger revenue producer than the oem bussiness.

The last quarter is the best for their bussines and is getting closer....

This is the kind of stock to buy and let it sleep until it gets a real value, dont let it pass.

 Good luck!

Sebastian Toro

4 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On September 09, 2010 at 9:48 PM, undefined808 (48.96) wrote:


The old adage is to be fearful when others are greedy.  If something looks too good to be true, it isn't true also comes to mind.  I will be getting in on this, but my question is in the light of such obviously strong financial data, why aren't others-?

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#2) On September 10, 2010 at 12:42 AM, sebastoro (26.71) wrote:

undefined maybe you are right, or maybe the market is so bearish with the chinese stocks that right now they are just selling......they dont look numbers,and just get bored of waiting.....kostolany talk about shaky hands and the ones with steady hands......take a look at the changes in the stockholders will see a big change in institutional investors in the last months....they are buying and taking positions in this company....they are the steady hands holders....

maybe you  are right, maybe its too good to be truth....but sometimes this things happen in the market and some people make money....i dont know...only time will tell us .


best regards


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#3) On September 22, 2010 at 1:25 AM, sebastoro (26.71) wrote:

Well today the movement has began...

the charts are bullish and the accumulation pattern is over and now comes the upside movement.

 first objetive at 2.6 then 3.5

this stocks is just taking off

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#4) On October 12, 2010 at 9:41 PM, CatTrades (< 20) wrote:

Im glad NIV is starting to get some reccognition on the Fool boards. I was a little premature with NIV as a pick and investment. NIV certainly looks better today than it did almost a year ago.  Between the AAA credit rating and the export potential, I still believe this will be a multi bagger.  

My chief concern is product compatiblity issues that may arise once in-roads are made into North American markets.  That said, the US will be ripe for cheaper chinese tech products... because...

The gargantuan 4 trillion +++ debt will stifle US technological infrastructure advances thus enabling chinese tech companies to fit their products into our economy.  In other words, the moving target of technology advancement will not be moving too fast for emerging countries to fit their products into our market place.  Thank you US goverment. I need not buy an IPhone, Droid, etc. I can get the cheaper chinese version that will eventually work just as well. Too bad, I still won't have money to save on account. Oh well, Uncle Sam know best where I should spend my earnings. (for those without a sense of humor - that was sarcasm) 

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