ChinaCache International Holdings (CCIH) was one of the top IPOs of 2010. The company priced above the initial range at $13.9 and eventually ended up over 90% on the opening day closing at $27.15 and hitting as high as $30.70. The stock eventually peaked out at $35 over a month later on Nov 12th. So what makes the stock so appealing now?
Well, after that massive IPO jump and follow through, the stock has plunged roughly 50%. Investors are fleeing this once high flyer just 3 months after its peak. The combination of a weak China equities market in January and the resignation of the COO on February 10th has been too much for investors to risk. Ironically though the Shanghai Index has had a good February and shows good technical signs this week. Seems like the better question is why have investors fled CCIH with it now trading at its 52 week lows other then the COO resignation crash lows and below to the IPO open price?......
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