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With such a demand for housing for the emerging middle-class of China how can this company NOT profit? They are also not afraid to look to outside markets to invest into, and they are willing to share the profits with investors with a generous dividend.
Here's a company trading at 2 X's P/E, a Stock Buyback that will take 20% of the Shares off the Market by the end of 2015, and huge insider ownership. Also, TPG Capital (private equity) invested $109 Million in Xinyuan; you better believe TPG did their due diligence before putting millions at risk.
Low debt. Dividend. Good Growth. Low Price to tangible book. I own IRL.
Rapidly expanding business. I would only trade this stock short term though. It's like Amazon; the investors just don't care about bad news.
This has been my favorite stock for the past few years. Massively undervalued for obvious reasons (Chinese real estate!). Dividends, stock buy backs, and the recent $100 million investment from TPG all help affirm my conviction. This should be trading at at least double the current value...possibly much higher.
Healthy balance sheet, conservative management and lots of home buyers. XIN has much more room to grow in the years to come. Book value of $11 as a guide.
The fear of people that XIN is cooking their books, is what gives us the opportunity to get in for this cheap price, this is way too undervalued, very active board, initiating new projects, profit returned to shareholders, via dividends and share buybacks.
Good business model, owner is invested heavily in company, mountains of cash, what's not to love? Oh right, corrupt Chinese real estate companies allowed into the US... Haven't been guilty yet and/or even associated with anyone who has been caught, so with that being the only thing scaring people, they could be a great gem with China starting to realize their workforce is actually comprised of people (starting to unionize) who need to be paid with more than Trident gum.
Better real estate player in a sector plus lower institutional holdings.
A typical chinese scenario:1. Cook books2. Issue as many shares as possible3. When the share price goes too low, then issue bonds4. Go dark a year or two before bonds due dateXIN has just passed point no. 3 ...
Rising demand for properties
Extremely undervalued stock4% dividend at a payout ratio of only 5%Quarterly revenue growth og 31,7%Operating margin of 24,41%Price/sales of 0,34Price/book of 0,39Less debt than cashExpanding to the US
I Bought China Petroleum and Chemical back in early 2005. It was easily one of my biggest winners. I've got a feeling this little undiscovered gem could pan out to have the same returns in the near future. Institional Investors are now welcome above $5.
Extremely undervalued stock with a nice dividend.
Audited by a big 4, so I can't see why it can be called a scam. Rapid growth in China, international expansion into the US.. Seems like undervalued to me right now. This is a $40 stock in the body of a $4 stock.
Another risky chinese real estate stock. Compelling value if the financial records are true.
It is a strong real state company in China which is expanding its business on American soil as well. China is expecting a rural exodus during the next 20 years which means 200 million more people going to live in the cities, the more dense the population the higher the real state prices and these guys are already settled in some of China's hottest markets along the coasts. Also their P/E ratio is ridiculously low (around 2) and EPS is a very decent number. Ultimately, they have started a 50M project in Brooklyn which means they are strong enough to penetrate in one of the world's prime real state markets, NYC.
Once construction starts on their land acquisition in NYC american investors will stop treating this company like its a fraud and the price will skyrocket.
1x earnings? No "hard landing" could possibly justify that valuation.
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