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In light of this changing landscape, investors would do well to shift from certain internet and direct marketing retail stocks to others -- and one move might be particularly prudent. The e-commerce conglomerate most likely to disappoint shareholders is Alibaba (NYSE: BABA). This might surprise some investors as founder Jack Ma's vision turned Alibaba into the largest e-retailer in China.
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The average brokerage recommendation (ABR) for Alibaba (BABA) is equivalent to a Buy. The overly optimistic recommendations of Wall Street analysts make the effectiveness of this highly sought-after metric questionable. So, is it worth buying the stock?
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When Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) reported results for its fiscal 2023 fourth quarter (ended March 31), they were a bit of a mixed bag. As of this writing, Alibaba shares are down a jaw-dropping 75% from their peak, which was set in October 2020. While it's been beaten down, this growth stock is one that investors should consider buying now.
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Zacks.com users have recently been watching Alibaba (BABA) quite a bit. Thus, it is worth knowing the facts that could determine the stock's prospects.
Shares of the large Chinese tech conglomerate Alibaba Group (NYSE: BABA) traded more than 4.5% higher in the final hour of trading today, as the company rolled out its version of the generative artificial intelligence technology ChatGPT. The AI technology can also create a variety of different content with accuracy and creativity not yet previously seen. Companies that have rolled out their own version of the technology or announced that they plan to incorporate the technology into their business tend to see their stock prices rise on investor excitement.
Alibaba (NYSE: BABA), the Chinese tech conglomerate, surprised everyone when it announced its decision to spin off its cloud-computing business. Most investors did not see that coming since the cloud business has been a highly prized segment within Alibaba, and investors expected the parent to remain in control of this business for the foreseeable future. Alibaba's cloud computing has been a rising star as it enjoys the tailwind of a growing cloud-computing industry in China.
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Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian compares Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) and JD.com (NASDAQ: JD) to determine which is the better buy for long-term investors. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 28, 2023.
Pinduoduo's (NASDAQ: PDD) stock surged 19% on May 26 after the Chinese e-commerce company posted its first-quarter report. Pinduoduo is still clearly growing much faster than its two closest e-commerce competitors, Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) and JD.com (NASDAQ: JD). Pinduoduo was founded in 2015, and it quickly gained ground against Alibaba and JD by selling discount products across China's lower-tier cities.
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In this video, I will go over Pinduoduo's (NASDAQ: PDD) recent earnings report and what this means for Alibaba going forward. *Stock prices used were from the trading day of May 26, 2023. The video was published on May 28, 2023.
Alibaba's (NYSE: BABA) stock has had a tough time in the last two years as the company faced declining growth and increasing competition. Alibaba recently announced a variety of steps to enhance shareholder value. Two strategic moves in particular could create significant value for investors.
Alibaba is sometimes called the Amazon of China because the two companies have similar business models.
It has been a wild few years for Alibaba (NYSE: BABA). More recently, the company announced results for the fiscal 2023 fourth quarter (ended March 31) that missed analyst estimates for sales, but beat on earnings per share. In the fourth quarter of 2023, 74% of Alibaba's total revenue came from the China and International Commerce groups.
Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) captures a meaningful part of its revenue and operating income from consumer activity in China. Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian discusses how Alibaba plans to benefit from the Chinese economic reopening.
Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian discusses the big news from Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) that has everyone talking about the company. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 23, 2023.
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