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willywilson 12/4/2012 | 10:00:31 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery 1. Go to http://www.turtlesnap.com and click on team-read about John Allen's history. I don't think this man would risk his whole life's character nor submit his friends and family to scandal.

2. To check on GCHC's history go to wallstreetcity.com and bring up historical prices and old SEC filings.

3. GCHC went "pink" because they (board of directors) thought the uilding of the company was more important that submitting SEC filings.

4. Fact-no insiders have sold any shares in the past 2 years. They own approx. 13mm shares. There has been NO dilution of shares to obtain cash, they used revs and good management skills. The OS is approx.28mm and have over 1700 shareholders.

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1. Nothing in that resume justifies your suspension of disbelief.

2. The stock's never traded for more than $3.20 a share.

3. ROTFL !!

4. Let's see, 13 million shares times 11 cents. Oh wow, they must be real tycoons.

I think I'll leave this INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY to you.
deadwood 12/4/2012 | 10:00:28 PM
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Just because some fool sells 60k shares of the stock at market and price falls to 11 cents means nada. Let us see where GCHC stands after the SEC reports come out in october.
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And why do you think SEC has any cerdibility? If you pay attention, Harvey Pitt's qualifications are being questioned. He was a lobbyist involved with Anderson or Enron prior to SEC and see what they --all 3 -- have done. Harvey want a cabinet level status when others think he cannot do his job. Further, those who appoint him or like of him are also of questionable credintials, eg. the previous SEC chairman Levin wanted stricter accounting rules but he was overruled by those baffoons in congress and they admited their foolishness and it was a news item not long ago.
also, those who appoint SEC guys and others, do not want stock option expensed and continue to collect donations from these criminal companies and CEOs. SO where is the credibility? DO not use or imply the word credibility loosely, please.

These guys always talk about others credibility but what about their own? Members of congress do not want to take lie detector test but they want others to do so and then go around hiring SEC chairman from lobbyist group that donate money to these congress guys for special favors. It is a credibility going around in circle on musical chairs.
deadwood 12/4/2012 | 10:00:28 PM
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If you smell a rat you should check around your immediate area. GCHC did not go public last Dec-get your facts correct beore you open your mouth. If you question GCHC's credibilty-first do our readers a justice and call the NY office at 212-935-0561-speak with Mr. John Allen, COB of GCHC. And if you doubt his credentials then check with George Soros group.
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Not loo long ago, George Soro lost $500 million in Russia. Is that the credibility you are talking about?
H-Burger 12/4/2012 | 10:00:27 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery I think that they probably meant "demand growth" not demand.

Anyone who listens to stock tips in internet chatrooms should have their head examined. Can we give this thread a rest?
greaterchinacorp 12/4/2012 | 10:00:25 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery There is some merit to your opinions, I have a similar one regarding the coaches in the NBA or baseball managers.

The credibiity of John Allen has nothing to do with your suggetions. The SEC filings are a requirement form companies to remain listed. I never said or implied the SEC is not part of the "good-old-boys".

I don't really care if anyone becomes an investor in GCHC. It is that person's call. I just made anyone who cares another option in companies that have a positive rev situation. This does not mean that GCHC will make a good investment. I know it will return 6 to 8 times its current share price but we shall see.

By the why, for the resident critic and fool, Soros lost many times that amount in the stock market. He made his fortunes in trading currencies, he was not very good in stocks.
willywilson 12/4/2012 | 10:00:20 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery This does not mean that GCHC will make a good investment. I know it will return 6 to 8 times its current share price but we shall see.

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You know this, huh? What else do you "know?"
gilra1 12/4/2012 | 10:00:19 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery Guys,
I haven't heard anything about the products that this GCC is selling (except for gel, a commodity B-product in a commodity market that is cable manufacturing). Just talk about SEC, Soros and pink panthers...
Maybe some of you still want to live in the NASDAQ world but I think that, last year, we have had enough evidences that this is not the right direction.
Some data about china (and world) fibre market volumes and competition positioning would be more intersting than these Wall Street fairy tales.
willywilson 12/4/2012 | 10:00:16 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery Some data about china (and world) fibre market volumes and competition positioning would be more intersting than these Wall Street fairy tales.

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Um, I hope you're not confusing me with the promoter of that stock.
greaterchinacorp 12/4/2012 | 10:00:15 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery I don't think he is confused, we all can spot an uneducated basher.

Chin just reported an increase in wireless expansion of 35%. The infrastructure that supports this tech is the ever expanding fiber optic sector. GCC is the #1 supplier of gel & technical training in Asia and China.

View the new expanded Unigel.com web site tomorrow.
gilra1 12/4/2012 | 9:59:37 PM
re: More Fiber Market Misery
Do not use that kind of figures with us! LR readers can not digest that kind of bullshit!
Let me make a quick calculation. Forecast fibre optic market for China is 10 milllion km fibre. With a average fibre count 64, it is around 160.000 km of cable per year. Each cable km could have a gel value of 150USD/km (an decreasing). Hence, total Chinese gel market could be roughly 20 to 30 million USD.

Which is your share in the market? Which is your net income? I educately wait for your answers.

In any case, this business could not be worth more than a few million dollars.
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