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Here's When to Buy Coupang Stock After the IPO

The Coupang IPO may very well be the biggest of the year.

While the Korean firm may be new to many investors, it's part of a trend you know a lot about.

In 2020 online spending represented 21.3% of total retail sales, up 44% since the previous year.

Global retail e-commerce sales for 2020 were over $4 trillion.

That is a lot of money spent online.

Enter Coupang, a Korean e-commerce titan that could go public with a valuation of around $50 billion under the ticker CPNG.

This would make it the largest IPO in a company based outside the U.S.

since Alibaba over five years ago.

Here's what makes this company so exciting and whether it makes sense to try to get into the stock at the IPO.

Trading Strategies

Here’s How We’ll Cash In on China’s “Growing Pains”

China’s recently adopted an anti-innovation stance with strict implications on its businesses, such as e-commerce giant Alibaba.

But that does NOT mean to dump Alibaba shares.

Instead, Bill Patalon will have us cashing in on this “one-stock wealth machine” no matter what China does next….



A Biden Presidency Should Ignite AVAV and These Two Other Stocks

Given the central, critical role tech's will play in enduring and recovering from the pandemic, and moving on during Biden's tenure, the next four years could be even better than the last 12.

They could be some of the most profitable years ever for tech investors, and here's how Michael recommends we get started..


Trading Strategies

This BABA Trade Is Perfect for the Bullish Post-Election Market

The bulls are nearly everything we look in the market.

While a couple of things are currently driving the markets higher, one "driver" in particular is pointing at a trade that's too good to pass up.

Today, Tom's going to show you exactly how to make some easy money on it…


Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Could Rebound After a Four-Week Losing Streak

The Dow Jones today could bounce back after a four-day losing streak as Congress works toward another stimulus bill.

The S&P 500 is coming off its fourth consecutive losing week, with the latter off as much as 10% in September.

The Nasdaq has shed as much as 14% since the first of the month, which shares of Apple Inc.

(NASDAQ: AAPL) nearly falling into bear territory.

Investors are hoping that the worst is over.

But it's important to note that the S&P 500 is still stuck in a negative momentum trend.



Is This the Start of a Stock Market Crash?

Volatility returned to the markets in the last week as the VIX spiked 38.5% and the S&P 500 experienced a 7% decline.

With the economy still struggling, investors are wondering if this is the start of another stock market crash.

But it could also be just a bit of “fat trimming” in a longer-term bull market poised to go higher.

Here's everything you need to know now...

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Today Slumps After Fed Calls for More Stimulus

The Dow Jones today faces decline on renewed jitters about the state of the U.S.


The Federal Reserve's most recent minutes showed it expects that COVID-19 will "weigh heavily" on the American economy.

The Fed is likely to use "outcome-based" forward guidance.

It will set new targets on inflation and unemployment before it raises interest rates again.



What the Hong Kong Takeover Means for Chinese Stocks

Last week, I mentioned that a return of last year's clash with China was a wildcard that could upset the markets.

Well, China has gone ahead and put my words to the test.

On May 21, China announced that it would impose a draconian new security law over Hong Kong, the largely democratic and self-governed Chinese city.

You might remember that when Hong Kong's pro-Chinese government tried to do something similar last year, the demonstrations there brought the city to a standstill. Because Hong Kong has long been a center of Asian trade and finance, the costs to China were huge, both in terms of lost money and loss of face.

From March through the end of the year, the people of Hong Kong made it clear they would not accept a takeover by China's ruling Communist Party. The Hong Kong government retreated, and the matter disappeared as the COVID-19 pandemic started spreading.

The Race for the Vaccine Could End in You Earning a Massive Gain

Well, now China is trying it again. This time, they're not even pretending that Hong Kong's local government is in charge.

On Tuesday of this week, the market didn't show much reaction. The Reality Gap between the mild market reaction and the potential ramifications from an escalation in confrontation over Hong Kong has started to come into full view. The White House's announcement about a news conference on China sent the markets down 350 Dow points yesterday afternoon. And trading is muted Friday morning as traders are showing concern over how aggressive China is getting and what U.S. foreign policy and trade reactions could be. Hong Kong is just the tip of the iceberg.

And it's not about to stop. The effects on Chinese stocks could be huge...