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Xiaomi Corporation (1810.HK)

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    Vicente
    Despite the economic downturn, I'm so happy 😊. I have been earning $60,000 returns from my $7,000 investment every 13days
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    Geronimo
    Tech companies such as Lenovo Group Ltd. and Xiaomi Corp. are restricting shipments to Russia as sanctions have made it difficult to operate financially in the country.
    SZ DJI Technology Co. is one of the few Chinese companies that said they will be halting business in Russia and Ukraine until further notice.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    1810.HK reached a 52 Week low at 10.92
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    Burrill
    Are the company’s scooters sold by Ninebot equipped with the GGR exchangeable batteries?
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    1810.HK is up 5.99% to 12.04
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    1810.HK is down 6.67% to 12.32
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    Zeon
    @Shubham u should be asking that question to urself.The only way this sit can reach 10 is through RS.🤣Their earnings report r fake like most china stocks.They got 20 B compare to 1.6B nio shares .I don t want u to lose money like the most of us, bro! Bought this @ ATH as a newbie rinvestor.
    Wanna make money? Go check out Trip or HighTide stocks
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    1810.HK reached a 52 Week low at 10.70
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    Ajit
    Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker, has received certification from TRUSTe, a subsidiary of the U.S. firm TrustArc, that confirms the company’s products are in compliance with the EU’s privacy rules outlined in the GDPR. Today’s news makes Xiaomi the first-ever Chinese enterprise to receive the certification by TRUSTe.
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    Stefan
    I owned 3 phones of Xiaomi already and knew from the start this company was going to skyrocket because their phones are just so amazingly good! They almost top the Apple Iphone but for half the price! Just wait a few years and see the sky. I already have 10x my money back from when I bought my first phone and thus stock!
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    Ian
    A lot of people in the US don't know this company but they are huge globally from smartphones to electric scooters to fit trackers to earbuds to Wifi cameras. I live in Mexico and own and use a lot of their products here because they are a good value and available. China. India and Europe love this company, the USA not so much because of its very Chinese name. Even if Xiaomi gets trade blocked from the UsA it will still be a huge player in a couple years...
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    Babilion
    Low volume because no one knows who they are are. I believe you pronounce the name like "Sho-Me". They just surpassed Apple as the 3rd largest mobile phone maker in the world. Only Samsung and Huawei are bigger. The valuation should be 100 times bigger and one day it will as they begin to build their presence outside China.
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    Gsq2
    How interesting to read about China broadly and more specifically Xiaomi potentially having issues with the rest of the world with data privacy. But no one in the U.S.A is complaining about Facebook tracking people and who knows how they are handling first party data.
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    Stefan
    quesion: is Xiaomi big in the US? Are their phones and other products well known in America, or is it only in Azia they have a great market share. Me myself I'm from Europe, over here Xiaomi is just getting well known in thelast few months?
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    P.L.
    Xiaomi is so undervalued, and since folks writing on YF originate mostly from the States, most of them do have not any idea of the brand's popularity in Europe & rest of the world. Their sales are skyrocketing and they will nail the upcoming earnings report. Everywhere around I am surrounded by their products, not just in my home country, but when I travel as well. People are buying their phones, el. scooters, household electric products, and hey even launched a robotic vacuum cleaner which can easily compete with iRobot.
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    CHICKENGIESLER
    "A federal judge in Washington blocked the Defense Department from restricting U.S. investment in the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi Corp." "Cheeto" loses again!
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    Per
    I am quite surprised by how many in this forum seem stressed about not being able to get rid of their Xiaomi investments.
    I am seriously pisse dof because it looks like I will have to accept the extreme currency exchanges to get in on the stock in Hong Kong.
    Are you guys seriously trying to get rid of this stock? Now that it seems obvious that it would have rocketed if it werent for the US ban?
    I guess that temporary ban made some people pretty rich, and they can afford to go outside the US to invest now that it is lifted, but with a time delay, too. If I were American, I would ask myself if I had been funked by the elite :)
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    Evan
    Hnag Seng Index has been showing a general downtrend and Xiaomi is just riding on this trend. In fact, the headwind has been the mildest on Xiaomi as compared to other Tech companies in the market. Eventually, market should consolidate and if Xiaomi is able to live up to its price with the performance in subsequent quarters, that should be able to give it the boost for the rebound. In either way, this will be at least a mid term investment ranging anywhere from 1 - 3 years for a good growth. If you are looking for a quick buck, this is probably not a good stock for your bag.
    I am in this at 18.50. Will average down the cost in time to come. Good Luck to all.
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    Geoffry
    a smart electrical engineering pal of mine says 80% of ALL cell phone profit goes to Apple. That leaves a small slice for all the other wanna be companies to get profits to share. This company has Billions of outstanding shares. Looks good; I'm just saying...