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CHNG now stands for China National Gas and I just bought some shares in it.
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China Natural Gas is on fire... I've doubled since July. Anyone else in on this one?

I'm a newbie to the boards any thoughts welcomed on this stock. The company seems to have a good market with legislation mandating use of natural gas in vehicles.
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I got in at 8.80....congrats on seeing this one in July.

It is going to be a bumpy ride, but appears to be a series of ascending bumps!
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I feel like such a jerk, I only just now got in. About 35x PE when I picked it up...oh well, I'm sure it will skyrocket out of control until all of china crashes.
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I was able to get in on CHLN back in the middle of June and am very happy I did (up above 250%). I do not see many posts on this well performing company which is moving into other cities and the Liquified natural gas arena also. They sent out notification post marked 10-15 they are going to issue more stock to raise capital to keep on expanding sounds like they are on the move still.
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I bought CHNG at avg price of 13.04(including brokerage). as of writing this post the stock stands at 7.85. Should I hold on to this stock or throw in the towel. I was also thinking of buying some more of this. Any thoughts?
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I've got you beat. I bought in at $14.56, only to watch it slide down to $5.10. In fact, I have this paranoid fantasy that it was my very purchase that caused traders to scream, "Overbought!" and immediately dump everything. Quite a sobering experience for my first real stock purchase.

Me, I'm staying in. The financials still look just as good as they did back in October. I only invested with money that I can afford to lose, and its high beta means its going to be a bumpy ride. I'll revisit after the one-year mark, but yeah, in the back of my mind, I'm thinking, "If it was a good buy at 13 or so, it's a great buy at 6."
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