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pe of 2.33. One of my favorites liked it. they are aquiring other valve co.s.
Tracking portfolio for China based companies that gained listings on US exchanges (Nasdaq, NYSE, or Amex) after conducting reverse mergers. Stocks that have been delisted have been omitted. Start date: Jun 24, average P/E of these companies: 3.
Presentation March 2011:http://www.cvalve.com/images/04-06-2011%20CVVT.pdf
This is a tracking portfolio of all CAPS-ratable tickers in the Chinese RTO/SPAC space (i.e., companies that listed without filing an IPO).China Valves Technology, Inc. went public via a reverse merger in 2007. The company is based in China.
CVVT has been pulled down by many short sellers as of late - any financial reporting flaws will prove to be minor and this stock, as well as other Chinese stocks, will be vindicated. Look for a turn around starting in the second quarter of 2011...
CVVT is oversold due to false allegations of fraud by blogging shortsellers like stocklemon.com and class action plaintiffs. By the time FY 2010 results are reported in late March and a Big 4 auditor gives his blessings to the firm's financial statements, the stock will have increased by 50% from its near-term lows.
low price growth
This stock's earnings will beat estimates in the near term and position itself as the dominant play in china in terms of return on investment in the year ahead. Given the strong the unique market position in which it operates and strong governmental support, this company will surely soar in the year ahead, surpassing the prior 52 week high.
Misleading accusations re accounting problems and short-selling traders have made cvvt and incredible buy!
China small cap under shorts attack.
Buying this and TSTC after attack articles will make me $$$ just like CHBT did!
Near 52 week low. Good time to get in. Once audit issues cleared up, stock should see substantial upside
CVVT had some issue with its very large AR - which the new CEO has been addressing - since they sell mostly to China State agencies you can see why it takes 112 days to get paid. It is clear that China Red Party, the party of business and profit, just like in Baidu, will put the fix in for CVVT - Party could not let Google know and control usage on web for 100's or reasons, and the party cannot let industrial valves for everything from dams to nuclear to petro be supplied by US and German firm - so they setup to have CVVT consolidate as all the stimulus money is being spent - so CVVT has about $1 Billion in potential market just in China - now once this firm gets its act together with a new CFO, and big 4 international accounting firm and production in place, they will go after the big petro and gas projects in Far East and Asia - they have the backing for the Party and there will be no other competitor in China - guess where all the party member put cash - now that Baidu is way to exposed with PE's at 70 going forward, it could be that CVVT is the next place that will be a safe bet for the party money that is Billions of US $. Look at the margin and there are 15 other firms in China they can roll-up for cheap money - This firm will be a 10x in 3 years. They are putting in SAP in January - consolidating Manufacturing in key factories so that all pumps from the roll-up are made together in the smart place - the new CEO has very strong international purchasing background and has run a sales org in middle east - so this is good to go - oh can you say 50 new nuke plants also over the next three years, and guess who will own that market - and who is going to sell to Iran and Russia - thanks for listening.
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its a mammoth in china.Just because some duffus broker downgrades it don't mean anything.Just another chance to gain an easier entry of which i did at 7.51very profittable company. why not buy at the lows right now.5 star
I'm back to fight the good fight against stupidly valued securities, and today China Valves Technology is our winner. Unlike the norm, this isn't an overvalued company but a grossly undervalued one that technically can't catch a break. China Valves has been impressively growing their business for the latter half of a decade, meeting or beating their revenue and EPS estimates. They have no debt, 9.6M in cash, a solid product line that is largely recession resistant, a solid margin, and have reaffirmed guidance plenty of time. Once you back out their cash they are trading at just over 2 times book, about 6.5 times 2010's figures and roughly 5-5.5 times 2011's figures. CVVT is disgustingly cheap in my opinion and technically could get cheaper, thus the need for a limit buy order at $6.68. I easily feel it could double from that level.UltraLong
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