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The Company provides Intellectual Technology solutions and services to the banking industry in China.
Chinese reverse merger fraud.
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.
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).Yucheng Technologies Ltd. went public via a reverse merger in 2006. The company is based in China.
get in @3.70. It is going to grow with financial industry in China. The financial service is still in its bud.
great discounted stock
Risky microcap, but financial info provided by mgmt give me confidence in their competence and turnaround strategy. Most recent quarter bears that out.
Short term volatility, long term to $10+.
traffic picking up no real loss of growth in asia
Playing an exaggerated post-earnings dip here. This company is probably a bit overrated at the moment but is a pretty solid buy near $7.50 or below.
Low relative PE, good star ranking, PEG & 09 PE still below normal - bottom fishing 8/10.
Motley 5 star movers
This company recently revised its 2008 estimates upwards to about $100 million. That puts it ahead of its major competitor, Longtop (LFT). The Point of Sale segment only generates about 3% of revenue, but they are quite successful with their consulting and software. They work with all sizes of banks. Their ASP project (application software provider--they provide the software which runs on, in this case, a third party's server) has five clients, and this is quite scalable. They're getting out of the hardware business, which increases sales but doesn't have high margins. Their own estimates of growth are about 30% for next year. They have a good position and an apparently good reputation in China. I believe China's banking industry will spend heavily on beefing up their internal systems. If that spending starts to swing to e-banking and call centers, where YTEC is the leading provider, this stock could benefit substantially.
P/E 17% Going forward 15%Sales growth 50%Income growth 70%Net profit 15%Low debt.Excellent pick. You can go long here.
Real earnings Building out a Visa/ Mastercard type business planNo credit risk
Ride the Wave....
I see growth to cont to be profitable under all market conditions for YTEC's IT development and POS growth. They may miss upcoming earnings due to POS growth (which will take ~2yrs to see a ROI) in which case hopefully the stock plummets and I can bet the farm on a profitable turnaround. I will start buying on 50C dips below $10 with an aim for adding 20% of my total invested at each dip.
China's banking infrastructure is being built up from square one, and YTEC is poised to capture the lucrative point of sale (POS) market, allowing Chinese customers to use credit or debit cards at stores. YTEC is building a nice moat for itself and has very little debt and a PE ratio that would be moderate for a middle-of-the-road American company, let alone a Chinese company with terrific growth prospects. I'm leary of the often overheated, overhyped Chinese stocks, but this one and Gushan (GU) seem like overlooked giants in the making.
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