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What Effect Might Alibaba Have On Other Chinese Stocks?
- China’s Singles Day bests Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
- Alibaba generates 80% of China’s entire online sales.
- How Alibaba’s IPO could affect other Chinese stocks.
Another Cup Of Joe? Keurig Green Mountain
- In less-dynamic economic environments like we’ve seen for the past 12 years, the country’s top talent decides to stay with their company instead of starting their own higher risk ventures.
- That thinking leads us to prior leading stocks that have gone through the wringer, come back to some extent and are setting up again, like GMCR.
- Today, two new catalysts could re-energize GMCR: Bolt brewer and Keurig Cold.
Unintended Chinese Consequences
Thu, Aug. 7 • 4 Comments
- An unusually energetic anti-corruption campaign is being carried out by China's President Xi Jinping.
- The campaign could have a huge effect on the medium-term future of China.
- Possibilities could help some stocks and hurt others.
The Summer Doldrums? Not Usually
- Why “sell in May and go away” is not backed up by data.
- The data behind seasonality since 1980.
- Conclusion: winter is good but summer’s not bad.
Here Come The IPOs
- Since 2013, there’s been a resurgence in IPOs of true growth companies with exciting stories.
- These five recent IPOs could morph into new leaders down the road: GasLog Partners, GrubHub, JD.com, Rice Energy and Zoes Kitchen.
- Handle IPOs with care: Start with smaller than normal positions and add shares as the stocks move higher.
The Alibaba IPO
- Paul Goodwin, Chief Analyst of Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report, takes a look at Alibaba - the Chinese e-commerce giant that will be making its IPO later this summer.
- Paul uses LinkedIn as an example to show how difficult it can be for individual investors to buy a hot issue at its IPO.
- Despite IPO drawbacks, Alibaba will attract enormous investment because potential is huge: Alibaba owns 80% of China’s total e-commerce and 60% of China’s parcel deliveries come from its sales.
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