Alibaba

  • 01 Jun
    Average Joe Investors Are Getting Screwed – Here’s How

    Average Joe Investors Are Getting Screwed – Here’s How

    Recent news came out that Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) just closed a $10 billion financing round for Ant Financial Services Group, operator of China’s biggest online payment platform by market share, Alipay. The deal valued the company at $150 billion and this is an excellent example to show how the little investor gets screwed.

    According to Reuters, investors are Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC Pte Ltd, and state investor Temasek Holdings (Private), as well as U.S. private equity firm Warburg Pincus LLC. So, mostly private and well-positioned firms invest before the IPO. But let’s take a look at what has been going on.



    Yahoo, Alibaba & Ant Financial

    If you have a pension fund, it probably owned shares of Yahoo which consequently owned part Alibaba.  More →

  • 12 Apr
    Here’s One Way Chinese Retaliation Could Really Hurt Investors

    Here’s One Way Chinese Retaliation Could Really Hurt Investors

    • You don’t own Alibaba, and you can’t own it.
    • Today, we’ll discuss how Chinese companies list on U.S. markets and 10 risks that go alongside that.
    • Do you trust Jack Ma?



    Introduction

    Many of the stories out right now are about tariffs, trade wars, and the negotiations between the U.S. and China on trade. President Trump is playing hard ball as the U.S. trade deficit with China is huge and getting bigger. More →