GEOInvesting Uncovers Possible Fraud With Chinese Company: NHTC

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For the past year, I have been following the investment ideas highlighted at a website called GEOInvesting.com, an investment research site that publishes both bullish and bearish ideas on stocks. I have come to really respect the GeoTeam for the work they do giving direction to investors on how to make money in the stock market, while also protecting them from institutions on Wall Street that take advantage of main street investors. I am amazed at the speed in which they bring information to their subscribers well before investment banks and the media disclose this same information. Even when i don’t follow every investment move GEOinvesting makes I am learning about the techniques they utilize to make money in the stock market and how to avoid fraud associated with many publicly traded companies.

Speaking of fraud, Geoinvesting is currently breaking a story about a $200 million Chinese company, Natural Health Trends Corp., that trades on the NASDAQ under the symbol NHTC. Geo claims the company may be operating an illegal multi-level marketing company in China that appears to be under investigation by government authorities in China. In fact, Chinese media has reported that the company’s Beijing office was raided by government officials on January 11, 2016. After trading as high as $65.45 in November 2015 the stock currently trades around $19.00. The news reports in China have only begun to filter through to U.S. investors. It looks like Geo believes that the stock price has much more downside if the Chinese reports can be confirmed, possibly resulting in the company having to permanently or temporarily stop doing business in China, where most of its revenues are generated. I encourage investors to read Geoinveting’s report on NHTC to get a flavor of the type of due diligence they perform for investors.
For more information about NHTC and GEOInvesting, check out their website at GEOIinvesting.com

 

 

Back in the 1990s, as the United States went through the longest peace time economic expansion in history, I was heavily invested in the stock market. With well over $200,000 invested, I watched the market go up every year as we approached the millennial. But as the year 2000 drew closer, I saw all of my gains turn into loses as the dot com bubble began to burst. Stocks like Cisco (CSCO”NASDAQ) and AOL were tanking as the market went into a slow and steady decline.
I took my loses and stayed out of the market for the next 15 years, watching the devastation of the equity markets in 2008 from the sidelines. I really never entertained gettig back in the market.   But early last year a friend introduced me to a website that had an extremely successful track record, and it also taught you what to look for when investing in a stock.
Since I started investing again based on the information from GEO Investing.com, I doubled my money on a many of their stock picks in just 6 months. One of the first companies I invested in, which I found on the website was Energy Focus Inc. ( EFOI:NASDAQ), a company that manufactures energy efficient lighting products.  I bought the stock right around $ 7.00 and when it went to $11.00 just weeks later, I sold and made well over 50 % on my money. That stock ended up going to $28.00, and yes in hindsight it would have been great to hold it longer but I was happy with the return I made.
Soon after EFOI, I invested in book publisher Educational Development Corp. (EDUC.:NASDQ).  I bought the stock at around $5.00 and quickly sold it at just under $11.00, more than doubling my money. I then watched this stock go to as high as $17.00, but again, I was happy with my return, since it’s really hard to predict what the peak return of a stock is going to be.
Since last spring, I have invested in about 8 of GEO Investing’s companies and although some of the companies have not been double baggers or triple baggers yet, I am happy that , overall, i am making  money in the stock market again.

 

For the past year, I have been following the investment ideas highlighted at a website called GEOInvesting.com, an investment research site that publishes both bullish and bearish ideas on stocks. I have come to really respect the GeoTeam for the work they do giving direction to investors on how to make money in the stock market, while also protecting them from institutions on Wall Street that take advantage of main street investors. I am amazed at the speed in which they bring information to their subscribers well before investment banks and the media disclose this same information. Even when i don’t follow every investment move GEOinvesting makes I am learning about the techniques they utilize to make money in the stock market and how to avoid fraud associated with many publicly traded companies.

Speaking of fraud, Geoinvesting is currently breaking a story about a Chinese company, Natural Health Trends Corp., that trades on the NASDAQ under the symbol NHTC. Geo claims the company may be operating an illegal multi-level marketing company in China that appears to be under investigation by the government authorities in China. In fact, Chinese media has reported that the company’s Beijing office was raided by government officials on January 11, 2016. After trading as high as $65.45 in November 2015 the stock currently trades around $19.00. The news reports in China have only begun to filter through to U.S. investors. It looks like Geo believes that the stock price has much more downside if the Chinese reports can be confirmed, possibly resulting in the company having to permanently or temporarily seizing doing business in China, where most of its revenues are generated. I encourage investors to read Geoinveting’s report on NHTC to get a flavor of the type of due diligence they perform for investors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Maj Soueidan

Maj Is the co-founder of GeoInvesting.com. Maj graduated from Temple University in 1992 with dual majors in Finance and Risk Management. While attending Temple University Maj went to work for The Vanguard Group part time while, on his own, he continued to develop his eye for unique and undervalued micro-cap stocks. Maj bought his first “multi-bagger” in 1992 and briefly published his first investment newsletter called “The Market’s Edge.” After two years at Vanguard Maj went off on his own to start trading his own ideas. Within 3 years Maj turned 30k in to his first of many millions.

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