Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA)
$309.92 3.64 (1.19%)
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Market Cap 795.20B
PE Ratio 12.03
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.23M
Day's Range 304.06 - 310.33
52-Week Range 169.95 - 314.00
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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It wasn’t just toilet paper that was in demand when Covid-19 hit us as short-term stocks flew through the roof. But with a second wave upon us, this narrative looks very compelling.
These big tech stock also give investors access to the growth of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
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BABA stock has been weighed down by the U.S.-China trade war. But Alibaba is an excellent play on China, e-commerce and cloud services.
The bull case for Alibaba stock is simple to make, even with big YTD gains. This is one of the world's best companies — but investors still don't treat it as such.
Alibaba is still very undervalued given its massive free cash flow. BABA stock is worth at least 2 times more than its present price based on its compelling FCF yield and FCF margins.
The cloud computing industry is set for robust growth in the coming decade. These cloud stocks that are well positioned to benefit.
With the presidential race scorching in tension, the narrative for hot stocks to consider has gotten much more intriguing.
Ant is following a highly unusual process that draws on some of the tactics its former parent and affiliate Alibaba previously used.
BABA stock provides a back-door entrance for U.S. investors to get in on the Ant Group IPO without moving money to Hong Kong or Shanghai.
Alibaba’s other businesses are moving to profitability. Investors who own BABA stock have every right to be excited about the future.
By Joel Baglole
The 'tech wreck' led to a serious shakeout among technology companies and some might not recover. Here are seven stocks to consider selling.
Alibaba (BABA) is in the news Wednesday after revealing a positive outlook for its cloud business during an investor day livestream.
BABA stock has defied all the odds and rallied well, even in the face of the negative news on China. Investors should stay the course.
Alibaba's growth is trailing other e-commerce names so far this year, but there are too many tailwinds to ignore BABA stock for long.
Add in the "hidden value" of its Ant Group stake, and it's clear there's plenty left in the tank for Alibaba stock. Far from topping out, now's the time to buy.
With Alibaba continuing to grow by leaps and bounds, BABA stock holders shouldn't feel the need to concern themselves with every headline.
These stocks to buy on any dip will remain long-term value creators due to robust business models and strong cash flows, with strong growth visibility over the coming decade.
From Yahoo Finance
Some large Chinese fund managers have submitted bids in the range of 68-69 yuan per share for the Shanghai leg of the financial technology giant Ant Group's likely $35 billion dual-listing, people with direct knowledge of the matter said. Many of them have bid for the Ant shares for the domestic listing at the Nasdaq-style STAR Market in Shanghai at close to 69 yuan ($10.32) apiece, one of the sources said. The expected $35 billion listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai of Ant, backed by e-commerce behemoth Alibaba <BABA.N>, would be the world's largest IPO, beating Saudi Aramco's record $29.4 billion float last December.
From The Business Times