SKIPPACK, Pa., Dec. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- At GeoInvesting.com, we have been tracking Tianyin Pharmaceuticals (NYSE Amex: TPI) for some time now. Our largest hang up had been with the potential dilution from "in-the-money" warrants. Although the Company's fiscal June 2010 net income guidance of $11.3 million represents a 43.0% increase from the fiscal 2009 reported net income of $7.9 million, the increase in shares poses some uncertainty regarding the near term EPS growth scenario, which depends upon the share price and the Treasury method of accounting for these warrants under GAAP. (Tianyin reported 32 cents per share for its 2009 fiscal year, based on 24.8 million shares).
Having said that, on December 3, 2009 Tianyin issued fiscal 2011 net income guidance of $19.6 million, implying earnings per share figure of 50 cents, fully taxed. Combine this with an overall positive outlook, a very accomplished management team, cash available to make potential future acquisitions, and the TPI story begins to gain strength.
Biostar Pharmaceuticals (OTC Bulletin Board: BSPM) is another pharmaceutical company whose stock we own. Through our interview with management, BSPM demonstrated that it has a coherent understanding of its markets and the steps necessary to accelerate growth.
Biostar manufactures & distributes 15 nonprescription, prescription and nutraceutical products. There are 3 aspects of the Company's story that are worth considering. First, Biostar's Hepatitis flagship drug is the only one offered over the counter in Chinese drug stores.
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