SOURCE: Paragon Financial Limited

Paragon Financial Limited

December 06, 2011 08:16 ET

Renren and Sina Corporation - Strong Growth but Stocks Struggle

The Paragon Report Provides Equity Research on Renren & Sina Corporation

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Dec 6, 2011) - Despite record growth figures, Chinese internet stocks have performed poorly in 2011. Operating costs at some of China's most popular tech firms have been on the upswing this year, offsetting impressive revenue growth. The Paragon Report examines investing opportunities in China's Internet Sector and provides equity research on Renren, Inc. (NYSE: RENN) and Sina Corporation (NASDAQ: SINA). Access to the full company reports can be found at:

Microbloggers represent China's fastest growing online population. Last month the State Internet Information Office announced that the nation now had more than 300 million registered users of "weibos." After Chinese censors blocked Twitter in 2009, several domestic versions emerged with enhanced services such as photo and video embedding.

Reuters reports that China's ruling Communist Party plans to intensify control over online social media and instant messaging tools. Although analysts argue it is unlikely to shut down what has become an important valve for monitoring and easing social pressures.

The Paragon Report provides investors with an excellent first step in their due diligence by providing daily trading ideas, and consolidating the public information available on them. For more investment research on China's Internet Sector register with us free at and get exclusive access to our numerous stock reports and industry newsletters.

E-commerce is one of China's most rapidly growing internet segments. According to figures from the China Internet Network Information Center, China had 485 million Internet users by the end of June, of which 142 million shopped online. Meanwhile, a report released by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) finds that China's online retailing sector is presently worth $74 billion a year, and could increase to $314 billion by 2015.

The e-commerce market will account for 7.4 percent of the nation's total retail value in 2015, jumping from 3.3 percent currently, the report BCG report argues.

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