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Thursday, January 20, 2011

It Has Started

When I think of Noront. I think of the words , "flying under the radar."
 Our stock price is where it's at because we are flying under the radar. Wes Hanson says, "we are flying under the radar."

Well you can imagine after hearing these words several times from Noront how sensitive I am to those words.
I hear it ringing in my ears and I feel it right down to my toes.  I hope to one day fly above the radar so I can make some money.

I bring this up because I have just seen these words again today.....but uttered by someone else....other than Noront.

Please click on link :              http://seekingalpha.com/instablog/243479-jim-trippon/130444-china-goes-shopping-is-your-investment-on-the-wish-list

I title this post It's starting because that is precisely what is happening. We are ROF holders are about to be recognized by the average joe.
Jim Trippon, the  person that wrote this for Seeking Alpha is described as a certified genius, a member of MENSA, and the epitome of the “Overachieving Entrepreneur.” He’s an internationally renowned and globally experienced investment expert, dedicated to finding undervalued, “under the radar” investments for his worldwide clients and... More

Now you could imagine what happened to me when I read the words fining undervalued , under the radar investments.
Yep, you guessed right...the sip of coffee I just took didn't make it to the pie-hole. Nope, it went all over my computer keyboard.
So, Jim talks about a Chinese shopping spree, brings up CIC (China Investment Corporation). Noteble stuff like, "The study found that China also desires high-grade steel production technology so that it can feed its ambitious infrastructure upgrading plans. It wants to be able to produce high-speed steel for railways, high-strength steel for autos, and extra-heavy steel for nuclear power plants.
Hey, aren't all these materials buried in the Ring of Fire. Didn't we already connect the dots with Mcguinty's visit to HongKong Nov.3-4. Didn't we alread connect the CIC-CITIC-Eric Huang dot.
So anyway, you keep reading this article and then your told,"  click here: for the exciting details on how to score big in the Chinese stock markets from the "Sage of Shanghai"...
Committed to your Global Profits,
You click and to find out how you score big you pay this guy $294.00 per year.
"Question:When Is A Newsletter Worth $297 Per Year?
Answer:When America's #1 Rated Authority on the China Stock Markets Is Opening His Door and Revealing the Exact Investments,
 Moves and Trades He Uses to Generate an Amazing 30%to 50% Profit Every Year!"

Listen Folks, you know this is primarily about the Ring of Fire. Save your $297.00 bucks and keep reading this free blog.
Hold your Rof stocks in your tight little hands and realize that this is circulating in the USA. It won't be long until all these newsletters
are featuring the same kind of thing. Pay this money and we'll tell you what to buy. Nice to know we are ahead of them and saved $297.00 bucks.
So, are we officially out of the flying under the radar mode? I think this is just the beginning.
Now, I think I'm going to go out and buy myself something purdy with the $297.00 I saved.
Article is pasted below for you for those that wish to save time clicking on the link I provided.

China Goes Shopping, Is Your Investment on the Wish List?
Jan 20, 2011 6:54 This could be very big. It started as just a single line in People's Daily but the implications could be huge for global investors. A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman let it be known a few days ago that Beijing is looking for new ways to diversify its monumental cash reserves. The amount of money in play approaches $3 trillion, taking into account all of China's foreign holdings.
Previous talk about Chinese diversification has sparked worries about the stability of the U.S. dollar. But that doesn't seem to be the target this time. In fact, China continues to buy billions of dollar-denominated assets. The difference this time is in the investment potential.
For the first time, Beijing says China will use part of its foreign exchange reserves to help domestic firms expand their business ventures abroad. Considering the amount of money available, this could be a game-changer for target companies.
The Chinese call it their "go out" policy and it has been sputtering along for more than ten years. Now, it's about to shift into high gear.
The point of "going out" to acquire foreign companies has always been to get a firm grip on foreign resources and technology. China's failed bid to buy the U.S. oil company Unocal in 2005 was seen as an attempt to acquire badly-needed modern drilling technology. Political opposition killed that deal.
More successful was Lenovo's purchase of IBM's personal-computer business for $1.7 billion in 2005. Lenovo has had a hard time making a name in the cutthroat PC business, but it has acquired knowledge, access and expertise in foreign markets with a mainstream product.
These few examples are only a hint of what China's buying binge might look like. In 2008 Beijing slapped $40 billion on the table. When BHP Billiton tried to take over the Australian mining firm Rio Tinto, the Chinese government made $40 billion available to the Aluminum Corporation of China to outbid it. The Chinese company wound up with only a minority stake, but it did defeat a takeover that could have driven up resource prices.
$330 Billion Already in Play

The China Investment Corporation was set up in 2007 with an initial capitalization of $200 billion. The CIC lost money on early investments in the Blackstone Group and Morgan Stanley. But during 2009 the CIC enjoyed a 17 percent return on its foreign investments and it reportedly now has over $300 billion under management.
China is trying to get state-owned enterprises into an outgoing mood. China's State Administration of Foreign Exchange says it will allow Chinese companies to lend capital of up to 30% of the value of their equity to their foreign ventures. That puts another $30 billion into play.
Even without the giant reserve fund contribution, China's outbound investment is already starting to surge. China's outbound overseas direct investment (ODI) to non-financial sectors totaled $216.6 billion from 2006-2010.
That's more than triple the government's target. The annual growth rate was 38.8 percent during the period!
Chen Deming, China's Commerce Minister says China's overseas investment will surpass $50 billion in 2010. The target for next year is $55 billion.
What's on the Shopping List?
China's past purchases give us a good idea of future targets. Resources are the obvious number one item on the wish list. China needs to lock in reliable supplies of most mineral, food and fiber commodities of or a lot of reasons. Secure supply of essentials is crucial to Beijing. Cheap commodities are just as important.
An analysis by Bank of America listed some other key acquisition targets. "China prefers to cherry pick relatively small-scale companies or operations with key technologies rather than wholesale takeovers of total business," according to B of A.
China's shopping list included some heavy industry specialties. The study found that China also desires high-grade steel production technology so that it can feed its ambitious infrastructure upgrading plans. It wants to be able to produce high-speed steel for railways, high-strength steel for autos, and extra-heavy steel for nuclear power plants.
Other targets: include sectors such as textiles, consumer goods and mechanical manufacturing, according to the ministry of commerce.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a visual showing China's past investments may be useful. This chart from China Daily shows the pattern of Chinese investments in Africa, a continent long ignored by the west.
How to Score Big on the World's Second Largest Economy...
An announcement was made recently that China surpassed Japan as the world's second largest economy, right behind the U.S. as the strongest on the planet. Chinese companies are making money hand over fist, and will continue to do so for years into the future.
For now, the Chinese stock markets are taking a break from their recent torrid pace. That won't last much longer.
It's time to position your portfolio for potential monster gains the likes of which you've never seen before.
Click HERE for the exciting details on how to score big in the Chinese stock markets from the "Sage of Shanghai"...
Committed to your Global Profits,

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