September 25, 2014 (Chinavestor) We have just discussed why Shanghai would have been the natural choice for Alibaba to IPO. This is the true home market for Chinese stocks. See related article here.
June 27, 2014 (Chinavestor) China's online marketplace company, 58.com Inc. (NYSE:WUBA), surged $6.33 or 13.8% on Thursday. Trading volume topped 4 million shares, four times over average. Besides WUBA, all three major Chinese oil companies advanced substantially with CNOOC Ltd. (NYSE:CEO) taking the lead. Ctrip.com Int. (NASDAQ:CTRP) and NetEase Inc. (NASDAQ:NTES) advanced more than a dollar each. This is quite an accomplishment given that industry leader Baidu Inc. (NASDAQ:BIDU) fell relatively hard for the day.
January 30, 2014 (Chinavestor) We love the earnings season. This is when we get to know how companies actually did versus pre-announcements and such. No more public stunts, just the numbers. Additionally, this is when investors can get the most out of the best trading stocks. Take a look at Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), IBM (NYSE:IBM), Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F), or The Dow Chemical Co (NYSE:DOW) for example. These stocks jumped or declined significantly after revealing quarterly financials. And now we have Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) to join the party.
August 13, 2012 (Chinavestor) Despite a relatively poor performance of Chinese tech stocks, upside looks limited for the sector according to the money flow analysis. Sohu.com (NASDAQ:SOHU), Sina Corp. (NASDAQ:SINA), 51job Inc. (NASDAQ:JOBS) have been all suffering but money flows are missing to support a sustainable comeback. see chart below to asses what institutional investors think of the Chinese tech sector.