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Old 01-24-2018,
Abrahamcoapsump Abrahamcoapsump is offline
 
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Another chinese play, im in and looking for 8 plus on this 1 as chinese stocks are hot. CAAS look for 10 plus XING 17 plus. Good luck
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Old 01-24-2018,
aCjeO4DAys aCjeO4DAys is offline
 
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CYD if they got their act together this company would really run imo. Poor management in the last few years. Still a good trader as it likes to run to 8 plus then sell off.
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Old 01-24-2018,
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Chinese tech looking to have a good 4Q based on Vista and PS3, from Bloomberg;

Quanta, Asian Technology Stocks May Rise as New Products Arrive
By Darren Boey

Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- The fourth quarter has been the best time to own Asian technology stocks during the past decade, and this year may be true to form as new products bolster demand.

Quanta Computer Inc., the world's biggest notebook-computer maker, may benefit when Microsoft Corp. brings out the Windows Vista operating system. NEC Electronics Corp., a supplier of semiconductors for Nintendo Co.'s Wii video-game console, and Toshiba Corp., a maker of chips for Sony Corp.'s PlayStation 3, stand to profit as the players are introduced.

``Electronic makers are waiting for a catalyst to spark demand, and those upcoming new products will do just that,'' said Barro Liao, who helps manage about $2.3 billion at PCA Securities Investment Trust Co. in Taipei. ``Investors can start positioning themselves to ride on the next boom.''
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Old 01-27-2018,
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Since 1996, a gauge of technology companies in the Morgan Stanley Capital International Asia-Pacific Index has gained an average of 10 percent in the fourth quarter. Last year, the industry index climbed 17 percent for the biggest jump among 10 groups.

The MSCI information-technology index has risen 3 percent this year, the second-worst performance, and lost more ground last week. The group added 0.6 percent for the week, trailing the 0.8 percent increase in the Asia-Pacific index.

The new products are coming at a time when consumer demand for computers and electronics typically rises because of holiday shopping. Best Buy Co., the largest U.S. electronics chain, made 35 percent of last year's sales in the fourth quarter.

Microsoft is scheduled to start selling Vista, the first new version of Windows since 2001, to companies next month and to households in January. Corporations and individuals worldwide are likely to upgrade computers as a result, some analysts said.
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