Alibaba Strong Declines Continue (Technical Analysis)

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Summary

  • Fundamental analysis shows a steep decline in Alibaba's stock price since June 2020.
  • After a deep technical analysis, Alibaba shows no signs of a reversal in its stock price.
  • For this to improve, some major positive Alibaba news catalysts likely would need to happen in the coming months.

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Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE:BABA, OTCPK:BABAF) is a large Chinese-based online marketplace that showed strength in its stock price up until 2020. However, as explained in this analysis, Alibaba stock has been in a relatively long-term decline

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