Mindray Medical International

Reading Time: 2 minutes OK, enough about the Home Inns (HMIN) and New Oriental (EDU), both of which are well known consumer brands based in Shanghai and Beijing respectively. On Sept 26, a not so well known medical device company based in Shenzhen (by Hongkong), did IPO on NYSE and it was well received by the investors. The company is Mindray Medical International, ticker symbol… Continue reading Mindray Medical International

Stock Lesson VII

Reading Time: 2 minutes Next Microsoft. Next Bill Gates. Next Google. Next… We all want to get the hold of “next big thing” before it becomes real, don’t we? Think about this, the stock of Cisco, the networking and communication company, increased 73 times from 1990 to 2000 in 10 years. The Microsoft stock’s performance was similar.  From time to time, when a… Continue reading Stock Lesson VII

New Oriental and Yu Minghong

Reading Time: < 1 minute Amid all the craziness of Home Inns Ru Jia’s IPO, another well known Chinese company did IPO on NYSE on early Sept, that’s New Oriental Education group. For Chinese students seeking study abroad in the US in 1990s, New Oriental is nothing new. Although I have not attended their classes because at that time their classes are still… Continue reading New Oriental and Yu Minghong

Bubble is building

Reading Time: < 1 minute Home Inns (Rujia, ticker symbol HMIN), which is due to IPO this week, is getting $ 1.0 billion orders for its $ 95 million listing (7.9 million shares in the range of $ 10 to 12, with over allocatement option of 1.185 million shares). See the article from Reuters here. Does anyone has the order vs.… Continue reading Bubble is building

Stock Lesson VI

Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s the earning season again. Many companies already came out with their 2006 Q3 (July to Sept) earnings. Some are good (Apple, eBay and Google), some are bad (Intel, Motorola and Yahoo). Some people are happy because they bought Google before the earning; some people are not because they bought Yahoo… I don’t know why… Continue reading Stock Lesson VI