InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Market Tips and Trading Tips The JD. Com (NASDAQ: JD) is in a more powerful position than even Alibaba Group Holding (NASDAQ: BABA) because it has no cloud service and no controversy over the cloud. The corporate JD. Com sold its synthetic and cloud intelligence operations to its financial technology unit in March, acquiring a 42% stake in JD Digits. JD. Com has also created its JD Health (OTCMKTS: JDHIF) and JD Logistics (OTCMKTS: JDLGF) units. A public supply through JD Digits cancelled in August as China’s technological crackdown intensified. JD. Com is trading at just $76 in line with the share, representing a market capitalization of more than $118 billion and a price-to-earnings ratio of around 21 over estimated sales in 2021 at around $131 billion. Think of JD. com as Amazon. com (NASDAQ: AMZN), cloud, or media operations. Founded in 2004, the company has focused on disruptions related to the transport of goods from factories to customers; makes extensive use of driverless vans and delivery vehicles; began drone deliveries in 2016, providing services in remote spaces where infrastructure is poor. It’s also that JD can serve urban markets where delivery speed is imperative, such as Pacific furry crabs, which can arrive from the sea to restaurants in a matter of hours. However, since JD is a trader, he only takes about 5% of his profit source in the line of the net profit source. lucre. But China’s largest store JD. com even before it introduced physical stores, a move that now makes sense. Unlike Alibaba, which sells a lot of perishable goods in its markets, JD Mall basically sells electronics. : ABY), only with more interactive elements. Founder Liu Qiangdong, known in the West as Richard Liu, is worth around $19 billion and, through 5Y Capital, has been a venture capitalist for 20 years. Its biggest win is Xiaomi (OTCMKTS: XIACF), the mobile phone manufacturer that is now valuable. about $73 billion. Liu himself is no stranger to scandal, having been arrested for rape while visiting the University of Minnesota to earn a graduate degree, however, he was ruthless in his reaction and in a different way learned to avoid trouble. Because Liu has been so adept at taking a step back from the controversy, since his arrest, the company has earned the love of analysts. There are thirteen who now protect it on Tipranks and everyone still has it as a “buy”. The average value target is 31% ahead of your existing trading point. I made a mistake with the JD inventory. I sold in August, with inventory below its current level, making a profit of 50% in 15 months. It would have been sensible to stay. Instead, I played with Alibaba, where my investments were down 20%. I think China will eventually pull through, as economic tension demands market-friendly reforms, but if I had to do it again, I would have stayed at JD’s. Com and I would have left Alibaba alone. The ability to keep a low profile in a politicized state should not be underestimated. Dana Blankenhorn has been a monetary and generation journalist since 1978. Il is living with Moore’s Law: Past, Present and Future that can be had on the Amazon Kindle store. Write to [[email protected]](/cdn-cgi/l/email-protection) com or tweet @danablankenhorn. He writes a Substack newsletter, Facing the Future, covering generation, markets, and politics. The post JD. Com doesn’t make much news, however, that’s the point in China that now made the first impression on InvestorPlace.