Jd.com ADR Rep 2 Ord Class [Cdi] (JD)
$64.35 0.56 (0.88%)
8:54 EDT JD Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $63.79
Market Cap 91.84B
PE Ratio 69.95
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 117,514
Day's Range 63.79 - 63.79
52-Week Range 25.77 - 69.18
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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The pandemic has sparked a wave of younger investors looking to strike it rich. Here are five top stocks to buy for Generation Z.
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JD stock has gained 75% so far in 2020 despite worries on the ground in China. Some investors might take as a sign to exit, but this rally can continue.
Young investors can leverage their extra time to bet on high-growth stocks that are likely to jump on developing trends.
While many companies were unable to avoid the wrath of the coronavirus pandemic, these three companies stood out as big winners.
Amid a worldwide pandemic and widespread protests in America, these 15 online retail stocks have surged higher in 2020.
On the heels of a 190% rally since early 2019, JD stock is both fully valued and maxed out at current levels.
These five stocks all have the Amazon-like ability to grow into adjacent markets and maintain high multiples for years to come.
JD.com (JD) earnings for the Chinese e-commerce company's first quarter of 2020 have JD stock up Friday after beating estimates.
The coronavirus has put China in panic mode, but this panic won't last long. When it fades, Chinese stocks will bounce higher.
Chinese stocks are positioned to rally big in 2020 amid easing geopolitical tensions, and these five stocks will be leading the rally.
Though there are a few viable U.S.-based stocks to buy off the coronavirus recovery narrative, an eastern perspective may yield superior returns.
At first glance, the idea of buying JD stock appears too risky based on the pandemic’s negative impact on the consumer. However, that sentiment decline won’t last forever.
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