Maybe you read our Helping You Understand Alibaba post or even the Make Way For The New Kid In Town, Alibaba post from last week but maybe you didn’t think it was worth the hype or you might not have been interested. Today’s article is about seven Chinese stocks that are even better than Alibaba. Here’s a quote,”with shares of Alibaba trading at $90 a share, that’s already about the $92 a share that analysts think the company is worth. But there are 7 other Chinese stocks that trade on major U.S. stock exchanges that have more potential upside, according to analysts.” To read more and to check out the stocks, CLICK HERE.
Have you ever heard of Alibaba? If you haven’t, this article will help you understand what it is and what will happen when it goes public. Here is a brief definition from the article, “Alibaba is the most popular destination for online shopping, in the world’s fastest growing e-commerce market. Transactions on its online sites totaled $248 billion last year, more than those of eBay and Amazon.com combined.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Move over Facebook stock, make some room Netflix. Alibaba is going public and portfolio managers are selling stocks to fund new stakes. You may be asking yourself, “Self, what the heck is Alibaba.” Fear not, you can check out our post on Alibaba, here. But first, check out the stocks that they may be tossing, “24/7 Wall St. has identified six of the top high-flyers that have large market caps where we think major holders are selling shares to raise funds to pay for Alibaba share purchases. One caveat — speculators and stock gamers may simply be selling these in anticipation that fund managers will lighten up in these stocks to make room for Alibaba.” To read more, CLICK HERE
Today’s article discusses oil stocks and why you may want to invest, especially now. Here’s what they had to say, “identifying the best stocks in the oil and gas space for one’s portfolio is no easy task. But one way to narrow down the list during this heavy selling season is by looking at stocks that have a favorable Zacks Rank – Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) or 2 (Buy) – but that have been hammered by panic-selling among investors.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Think stocks are too expensive? Check out today’s article about what you can buy when you think stocks may just be a little too expensive to experiment. Here’s what they had to say about the market, “sure the momentum stock swings have made for plenty of good headlines, but with four months left until 2015 the broader market has grinded its way higher without any significant correction. That has left many investors lamenting the lack of good buying opportunities, even as market watchers keep bracing for a long-awaited correction.” To read more, CLICK HERE.