JD.com lower following Alibaba's Q1 results

Alibaba disclosed in a revised F-1 its Q1 revenue rose 39% Y/Y in Q1, a much slower pace than Q4's 66% (as reported by Yahoo). GMV growth fell to 46% from 53%.

JD.com (JD -3%) is selling off. Alibaba's Tmall (B2C) site, which directly competes against JD, saw its GMV grow 90% Y/Y in Q1 to RMB135B, after growing 101% in seasonally strong Q4 to RMB183B.

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  • Clayton Rulli
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    still has immense growth
    16 Jun 2014, 01:37 PM Reply Like
  • James Sands
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    JD is taking market share....
    16 Jun 2014, 02:32 PM Reply Like
  • Ellen Lux
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    i have JD and JMEL both look very good to me. I saw what VIPS did and I had it very low and then I read a stupid report and got scared and sold it the stock is selling for $189 a share now I had it at $ 20 a share. I will not let that happen again. So look at the charts and also the products. There good and sell well. Good luck Ellen Lux
    16 Jun 2014, 08:01 PM Reply Like
  • Ellen Lux
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    I am retired and like to invest wisely. My husband is a stock chartist so we watch and read. I like the IBD, WSJ everyday.
    I owned a Mortgage company for many years and my hobby is Playing Bridge for master points I am a member ACBL. Had to give up Tennis and Jogging. The back got bad. I am married 50 yrs this Jan. Three children college Grads and good jobs.


    16 Jun 2014, 08:08 PM Reply Like
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