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It doesn't make a great deal of sense to me. Yong has $214,265,800 in sales within in the past 12 months and a 56% Gross Margin (TTM), 23% Profit Margin (TTM), no debt and a Current Ratio of 6.6. This stock should be soaring but so far I'm down 38%. Several people have said, just wait it out the stock is bound to pop, but in the meanwhile I'm watching my investment go down the drain. I would have been farther ahead to put the money in a CD, at least I'd make 1 or 2%.
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