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Alibaba Group Holding Limited (BABA)

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169.02-0.98 (-0.57%)
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  • B
    Billy Bob
    Anyone who’s actually long doesn’t care about what’s happening to the ticker. We don’t care about 2,5, or 10 percent fluctuations. We don’t get phased by earnings nov 4. We don’t care about singles day a week after. We re here because China is the first country to implement SOMETHING with big tech that offers a long term, sustainable approach towards growth even if it’s going to hurt initially.

    When investing everything is subjected to the prospects of comparable investments. US equities are great but I worry because we re STILL printing money at infinitum. We haven’t implemented any sort of taxes on assets like equities, crypto and SPACs. China has stopped extending credit, stopped QE, and is working towards creating a stronger yuan.
  • K
    Kristof
    I’m back here. Been following this stock since beginning of 2018. Seems like the drop is never stopping. Currently trading at a PE23 of less than 13x earnings. Can’t remember being able to buy such a large growth company at such a low price. Even if you add the political risk (however, not seen in earnings yet), the price is still very cheap. Must be going up from here I think.
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    The foreigner
    Baba on the roll, next week $200 after the earnings call
  • D
    Danny
    bears are terrified of the ER.. BABA is a free cash flow machine.
  • A
    Al
    There is more than 5% increased investment by hedge funds and investment institutions recently. So with expected strong earning, this will go above $ 200.
  • D
    David007
    Global market share of e-commerce firms :
    - Alibaba (Taobao and Tmall) : 29%
    - Amazon : 13%
    - JD : 9%
    - Pinduoduo : 4%
    - eBay : 3%
    - Combined share of Suning, Rakuten, Walmart, VIP and Shopee : 5%
    - Rest of the web : 37%
    Source : Statista and Activate
    https://www.statista.com/statistics/664814/global-e-commerce-market-share/
  • a
    adot
    I probably can wait another day as this is a first-day drop, but in a long run, it won't matter that much. Just brought some more at $168.95. BABA jumps from 130+ to 177+ in such a short period of time. The profit-taking/correction seems pretty normal to me today. I take that as a chance to buy more before a sudden big jump back to 180+ of the next leg. Assuming CCP does not do any more fun things, there is nothing change about the business of the company today vs last week.
  • j
    john
    They sold off baba too low.
    Remember BABA can just jump $10 to $20 Bucks in a blink!
  • S
    Shandra
    the Bullish Report on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

    https://chart-analysis.tools/BABA
  • L
    L.H.
    IPO of the ANT group seems to be being planned very soon, so summed up with Baba triumph on 11.11 it can skyrocket to 400+ this December.
  • n
    naveen
    2025 china online retail target 2.6 trillion. Baba will take 1 trillion on that.
  • M
    Meryl
    Nice test of the 168 zone today. Rejected the last week resistance should act as support now.
  • S
    Sander
    if this actually were to drop again, i just start adding again... I'm very confident this will be a great long term hold
  • A
    Alen
    I don't know which chart Jimmy Z is looking at, but even with today's loss, BABA gained more in October than he's praised AMD 😂😂
  • J
    Jazz
    Yahoo is currently showing "pre-market" price of $174.46.
    Question:
    where are these trades being made and by whom?
    or
    are these orders that are being entered but not yet filled?
  • D
    David007
    Consolidation in play, before the next upleg. Btw, more newsflow from our analysts. The largest cloud service providers in China are...
    - Alibaba cloud : 40.3%
    - Huawei cloud : 17.4%
    - Tencent cloud : 14.9%
    - Baidu cloud : 8.4%
    - Others : 18.9%
    Source : capacitymedia.com
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    pinot noirist
    Astonishing how many wildly optimistic predictions abound on this board. I'm long a small position and do expect to see $200 before very long but I doubt we'll see previous highs reached for a yer or 2 at minimum. Hope I'm wrong and it goes to the moon but temper enthusiasm fellow longs.
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    David007
    BY ZERO HEDGE who called the bottom in China Tech :
    "Euphoria Is Increasing": Goldman Doubles Down On Market Meltup Call, Sees $90BN In New Stock Buying This Week.
    Last weekend we published a note by Goldman flow trader, Scott Rubner, who explained why despite a huge wall of worry which included such worries as a stagflation, China property bust, China slowing, Covid, tapering, corporate margin fears, snarled supply chains, energy, rate hikes, global growth slowing, higher rates, etc, stocks would melt up for a handful of simple reasons including a flood of buybacks and equity fund inflows, collectively amounting to roughly $8 billion per trading day, muted buyside sentiment, gamma flipping positive, a buying thrust from Vol Control funds and favorable seasonals.

    In retrospect, and with the S&P hitting new all time highs just a few days later, the Goldman trader was spot on.

    Fast forwarding one week, some may ask if Goldman's enthusiasm has tapered. The answer, as the flow trader wrote in his latest Tactical Fund Flow note, is not at all, and instead Rubner is doubling-down on optimism, once again predicting nothing but meltups for stocks in the weeks to come. If one had to summarize his sentiment with one word it would be FOMO - the money just keeps flowing into stocks as the mechanistic Pavlovian response to just keep buying because the Fed will never let stocks sink proves simply far too strong. As a result, the bank now expects a gargantuan $90 billion in global equity demand for the coming week
  • G
    Gail
    the Bullish Report on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

    https://chart-analysis.tools/BABA
  • J
    John
    Let's admit it we are in a Tesla market; all stocks are dropping apart from Tesla, the most overvalued stock of all times.