Saturday, September 15, 2007

too risky to invest in China's digital TV stock

China Digital TV Holding is planning a listing in New York Stock Exchange. It's not a big company, from my research, though the name sounds big. I would say it's risky to invest in China's digital TV market now, especially in a digital TV card maker like China Digital TV, since the policy of standard and regulation hasn't really confirmed yet and it could be changed anytime. Even China Digital admits this in its SEC filing, saying that "its business will suffer if we do not respond effectively to technological or commercial changes in our industry."I believe the company wants to catch up as the first digital-concept stock in NYSE, but I would say better to be a little conserved before everything becomes less obscure.

P.S. I am moving to California now. I start to think if I should chang to another blog or change the blog name to Amy_in a crazy california or Crazy Amy in california. Let me know your good ideas.

4 comments:

Greg_Cruey said...

Hi Amy,

Good advice. I agree with you...

Amy or koala said...

hoho, thanks, greg.

savealotofdoe said...

Hello Amy! Hope ur china venture is going well for you. I was doing some dd on svt or china digital and i ran across your blog. I was very concerned once I read, his company is risky bet. I would like to know more of your reasoning as to why this is. I read somewhere else that the president of Shanghai High Definition Technology Industrial Co., Ltd. remarks that he has never heard of such a company in the digital TV chip industry. Please get back to me the ipo in on fri. Thanks!

Amy or koala said...

Hi, savealotofdoe, how could I get back to you?