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JD.com Stock

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JD.com (JD.US) is a Chinese e-commerce giant with a market capitalization of $59.01 billion as of August 10, 2023. Founded in 1998 by Richard Liu Qiangdong, it is one of China's largest online retailers.

Initially starting as a brick-and-mortar store, it transitioned into e-commerce and became a pioneer in online retailing. The company is known for its commitment to authentic products, efficient delivery, and customer service. It offers a wide range of products, from electronics and fashion to groceries and more. It went public on the US100 in 2014, gaining international recognition. With a strong focus on technology and logistics, JD.com has expanded its services beyond e-commerce, including cloud computing and AI innovation. It continues to solidify its position as a major player in the global e-commerce market.

Since its launch in 2014, JD.com's share price has experienced its share of ups and downs. The highest stock price reached was $105.63 in February 2021, while the lowest stock price reached was $19.21 in November 2018.

One trading strategy that traders may use when analyzing the stock is swing trading. It involves holding a stock for a few days to a few weeks to take advantage of price swings.

Another popular trading strategy is position trading, which involves holding a stock for the long term. Position traders look for strong fundamental indicators that suggest a stock is undervalued or likely to grow in the future. In the case of JD, traders could look at its revenue growth and market share to make a case for holding the stock in the long term.

Traders could also use technical indicators like moving averages, MACD and pivot points to analyze the stock.

Trading stocks comes with a degree of risk and uncertainty, especially when it comes to trading individual stocks. If you're planning to trade JD.com stock, it's important to have a good understanding of its competitors and their market standing. They include:

  • Alibaba (BABA.US) is a Chinese multinational conglomerate founded in 1999 by Jack Ma. It operates diverse businesses, including e-commerce, cloud computing, digital entertainment, and more. Alibaba's e-commerce platforms, like Taobao and Tmall, are renowned for their vast range of products and services.
  • Amazon (AMZN.US) is an American multinational tech and e-commerce giant founded by Jeff Bezos in 1994. It's recognized for revolutionizing online shopping and creating a wide-reaching marketplace. Amazon offers a diverse range of products and services, from e-commerce and streaming entertainment to cloud computing through Amazon Web Services (AWS).

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