Friday 6 December 2019

Alibaba Stock Price is Climbing Well

Alibaba Group Holding Limited, is a Chinese multinational conglomerate holding company. Alibaba (阿里巴巴) specializes in e-commerce, retail, Internet, and technology. Alibaba wants to build the future infrastructure of commerce.

The Alibaba stock split involved shareholders that voted overwhelmingly in favor of a stock split. The e-commerce giant said that this split could help with further fundraising activities. That stock split, which must come into effect before July 15, 2020, will see 1 ordinary share split into 8.

Manchester United and Alibaba Group announced a new partnership recently. Manchester United (NYSE: MANU) on Dec.6, 2019 announced a new partnership with Alibaba Group (NYSE: BABA and HKEX: 9988).

This deal will bring exclusive rights to club content in China to Alibaba’s system for the first time. This further extends the club’s engagement with its massive Chinese fanbase.

Manchester United content will be presented and localised on multiple Alibaba platforms. This gives fans access to in-depth club content. The new Manchester United Youku channel is interesting.

Manchester United is one of the most popular and successful sports teams in the world. They have a global community of more than a billion fans. Significant revenue is generated from sponsorship, merchandising and so on.

Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA) is one of the market’s biggest names. The split over Alibaba stock made a lot of sense. Alibaba vs Amazon comparison is simple. Both companies have achieved great growth.

BABA stock has risks. The Chinese economy has been growing at an impressive rate, but anything can happen in the future. U.S.-listed BABA stock reached a 17-month high last week. The company’s IPO in Hong Kong finally happened, with Asian investors getting shares quickly.

There are differences to trading Alibaba Stock in the U.S. and Alibaba Stock on Hong Kong. Alibaba doesn’t actually guarantee ownership of Alibaba Group itself. That is not for USA companies, in which case a share of stock provides direct ownership.

U.S. owners of BABA stock don’t have any ownership in the actual company. Instead, they own a variable interest entity (VIE).

The Hong Kong listing is different. About $13 billion in shares are sold on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and they provide direct ownership.

The company websites are quite interesting. There are some differences between and Most of the members on are manufacturers, trading companies or resellers who trade in large order quantities. AliExpress is a global retail marketplace offering quality products at factory prices in small quantity.

Alibaba Cloud is also known as Aliyun. It is a Chinese cloud computing company and a subsidiary of Alibaba Group. Alibaba Cloud provides cloud computing services to online businesses and Alibaba's own e-commerce ecosystem. Alibaba Cloud's international operations are registered and headquartered in Singapore.

Alibaba market cap is 540.84B. P/E ratio is 24.46.

Alibaba ads are interesting. Keyword advertising is an internet marketing approach in which provides promotional resources like advertising placement to display product information free of charge, attract potential buyers for such products with a lot of impressions. It then charges using a pay-per-click system.


  1. This Chinese company probably has growth potential. Hong Kong listing raised many billions of dollars. I did not buy anything from this company, yet. I don’t use the internet to buy products, but maybe I will try it in the future.

  2. Dec. 20, 2019: Stock in Alibaba Group Holding jumped 1.1% on Friday. It reached an all-time high. This is a successful year for the Chinese e-commerce company.

    The stock (BABA) closed at $212.49 per American depositary share. This surpasses the peak of $210.86 reached in June 2018. Shares are up 55% year to date. They have risen more than 200% from $68 in the 2014 IPO.

    Revenue for the first 3 quarters of 2019 was 40% higher than in the same period a year earlier. Earnings for the 9 months rose 36% year over year to reach $1.83 per depositary share.

  3. Here are some of Alibaba Subsidiaries:

    Alibaba Cloud
    Alibaba Pictures
    Jade E Services
    Ali Trip
    SB Cloud
    Data Artisans GmbH
    Hema Xiansheng, Inc.
    Youku Tudou
    Ali Telecom
    The OpenSky Project, Inc.
    Taobao China Holding
    Alibaba Investment
    Alipay Singapore E-Commerce Private Limited
    Zhejiang Taobao Network Co., Ltd.
    Des Voeux Investment Company Limited
    Ali Panini Investment Limited
    Daraz Singapore Private Limited
    KanBox Inc.
    Alibaba Group (U.S) Inc.
    Koubei Holding Limited
    Alibaba Group Services Limited
    Alibaba Group Treasury Limited
    Alibaba Singapore E-Commerce Private Limited
    Alibaba (china) Co., Ltd.
    Youku Information Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd