Partner Gregory Sichenzia Interviewed by TheStreet.com on Baidu’s Stock Growth Potential

February 23, 2015 – Financial news and services website TheStreet.com recently interviewed Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference LLP Gregory Sichenzia on the stock growth potential for investors of Baidu, China’s largest search engine provider.

Baidu has long been touted as the “Chinese Google” and when asked to compare the two major companies, Mr. Sichenzia said:

“You can still buy Baidu relatively cheaply at a $76 billion market capital and that it is projected to experience 41 percent growth in 2015 while Google is quite expensive at $360 billion market cap with smaller growth potential for 2015,” said Gregory Sichenzia, a founding member of Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference. “For this reason, Baidu is the better buy for stock investors, as Google, being a more mature company, is limited in upside for investors.”

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Gregory Sichenzia, Esq.

Gregory Sichenzia, a founding member, counsels public and private companies in all securities laws matters, from complex financing transactions and listings on various stock exchanges through everyday regulatory requirements. He has also been responsible for structuring innovative merger and acquisition transactions. Throughout his career he has represented many companies and investment banks in initial public offerings of securities, and has represented numerous public companies in private equity financing transactions (“PIPEs”) and the resulting resale regist
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