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Charts do not lie. How a stock chart is interpreted may be inaccurate, but the Alibaba stock chart (NYSE: BABA) clearly shows that the Giant Institutions have dumped this stock. Back in December 2015 the Percentage of Shares Held by Institutions PSHI which is a Fundamental Indicator rose from 16% to 63%. This is a very respectable percentage for a young public foreign based company trading on the US markets. The US has the largest contingent of Institutional Investors in the world, which are the giant Mutual Funds and the giant Pension Funds.
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On September 19, 2015 Alibaba which is the infamous online marketing website from China, will become a one year old public company. As it heads toward this landmark anniversary, the saying mentioned in a TechniTrader Report last year echoes true which was, “How BABA goes, so goes the Chinese economy.”
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In 2007 renowned economists, financial services companies, banks, and other top experts told the US investors that there was “nothing to worry about” with regard to Credit Default Swaps and Subprime Mortgages. Everyone was told that the booming housing and real estate industry had a long ways to go before it reached its final peak. Reporters wrote and interviewed heavily, writing stories that convinced the general public that the rising values of homes were going to continue and that a 4.3% unemployment was nothing to worry about.