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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Mon Aug 20, 2018 9:56 am

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Margin pressures to linger

2Q18 margins disappointed again due to higher investment in R&D and logistics network expansion, causing non-GAAP NP to come in below our expectations.

We were also disappointed by the weak topline growth guidance for 3Q18F, and expect margin pressures for JD.com to linger.

JD has announced an asset disposal plan to monetise its logistics infrastructure within the next 6-12 months, which could offset its hefty capital expenditures.

Maintain Hold with a lower DCF-based TP of US$33.00.

2Q18: Worse-than-expected margin pressure

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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Wed Sep 26, 2018 9:33 pm

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JD.com (JD)

I don’t know what to say about JD.com (NASDAQ:JD) other than the stock has been absolutely decimated.

With a 52-week high just over $50 and with the stock now under $25, JD stock is officially down more than 50% from its January highs.

We called out a possible bounce trade or two, but warned investors to keep a tight leash on JD. If the trade didn’t pan out, they needed to bail. We’ve seen this with FedEx (NYSE:FDX), Snap (NYSE:SNAP), General Electric (NYSE:GE) and many others.

Discipline is key when it comes to the stock market. In any regard, when was near $32, I started looking at the low $20s, thinking there’s no way it can get there. Now under $25, perhaps that $22 to $23 area isn’t as crazy as it seemed a few months ago.

The company has a $35 billion valuation and is expected to generate sales of almost $69 billion this year. That is, shares trade at almost 0.5 times this year’s revenue, a pretty cheap valuation for a key e-commerce player in one of the largest e-commerce markets in the world.

Further, estimates call for ~30% sales growth this year and ~25% growth next year. While earnings are set to decline from 50 cents per share last year to just 42 cents per share in 2018, analysts expect that figure to more than double in 2019 to 88 cents a share. That prices JD at a reasonable 27 times forward earnings.

Is JD stock a screaming buy amid an escalating trade way? No, not necessarily. But it should definitely be on the radar near current levels.

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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Mon Oct 01, 2018 8:28 pm

JD.com (JD) stocks to sell

Among up-and-coming stocks, JD.com (NASDAQ:JD) continues to find itself overshadowed by larger Chinese retailers such as Alibaba (NYSE:BABA).

Moreover, all Chinese stocks have suffered amid an ongoing trade war with the U.S. JD has lost almost half of its value since January and currently trades near 52-week lows.

But here’s the thing. JD operates only in China and Southeast Asia. Trade with the U.S. could go away tomorrow, and JD would see no direct effect.

Moreover, JD probably deserves the comparisons to Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) more than Alibaba. From the beginning, JD built out a warehouse and transportation infrastructure as it expanded across China. Alibaba served as more of a middleman, which did not own any of its products. It has only recently focused on infrastructure.

Profits should also resume massive increases soon. This year’s expected profit of 42 cents per share fell from last year’s 50 cents per share level.

However, Wall Street expects to see 88 cents per share from the company this year. Moreover, the average price target for JD stock currently stands at $40.52. JD trades at around $26 per share now.

With JD’s lack of connection to the West, it will not see much of a benefit from the Christmas season. However, I think investors will soon notice the massive drop in a stock that will see high profit growth. Moreover, once they also notice the lack of direct U.S. exposure, they should start returning to JD stock soon.

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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:54 pm

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Stock To Buy: JD (JD)

JD.com (NASDAQ:JD) is having an unpleasant 2018 due to three factors.

For one, its revenue growth rate has slowed down significantly.

Second, the whole Chinese tech sector has plummeted thanks to escalating trade war tensions.

Finally, JD’s CEO, Richard Liu, was involved in a sexual assault scandal that rattled some investors’ nerves.

To be clear, these are all legitimate concerns. JD stock is a high-risk, high-reward stock. But with the share price down from $50 to $22, it’s time to get aggressive as others are panicking.

JD stock is now down to 0.5x sales. That’s an absurdly cheap ratio for a fast-growing e-commerce play.

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), by contrast, tended to trade at three times that level during its post-recession growth phase, and that’s before its valuation surged even higher as the cloud business took off.

Unless you think Chinese trade concerns will send their economy into a deep recession, or that the company’s business model has broken down, it’s hard to see a case where JD stock doesn’t trade back to 1x sales sooner or later.

Figuring that revenues grow 30% next year, and you’re looking at JD stock trading north of $50 per share again in due time.

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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Sun Dec 22, 2019 9:18 am

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This Stock Should Soar in 2020

by Luke Lango

JD’s revenue growth rates will stabilize in the 20%-plus range.

JD controlled about 17% of that market.

Margins will come in at roughly 3% this year.

I estimate that the company’s earnings per share will rise towards $3.30 by fiscal 2025. Based on an FY25 price-earnings multiple of 21-times forward earnings, which is average for the information technology sector, and a 10% annual discount rate, that equates to a 2020 price target for JD stock of nearly $50.



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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Mon May 18, 2020 9:49 am

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JD.com (JD US)
1Q20: Results Triple Beat; Guides Revenue Growth Of 20-30% yoy In 2Q20


JD.com reported stronger-than-expected results in 1Q20.

Revenue came in at Rmb146.2b, up 21% yoy, higher than street estimate of 13%.

Non-GAAP net profit dropped 10% yoy to Rmb2.9b, beating consensus estimate of Rmb1.3b.

Non-GAAP net margin was 2% above expectation despite the impact of COVID-19.

2Q20 net revenue is guided to grow 20-30% yoy, driven by the strong recovery in March-May.

Maintain BUY and raise target price to US$56.00.

Source: CIMB

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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Tue May 19, 2020 11:30 am

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Robust 1Q20 results despite the pandemic

JD reported 1Q20 revenue of Rmb146bn, up 20.7% yoy, and a non-GAAP operating margin of 2.2%, up 0.6%pt yoy, above our expectations, mainly because of a stronger GPM.

Its annual number of active customers increased by 24.8% yoy.

We now expect JD’s topline to grow by 25.0% yoy in 2Q20 and 23.4% yoy in FY20F and its non-GAAP OPM to drop by 0.3%pt yoy in 2Q20 and 0.2%pt yoy in FY20F.

Reiterate Add with a new DCF-based TP of US$61.0.

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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Fri Jun 12, 2020 10:30 am

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China's No. 2 online retailer JD.com raised HK$30.1 billion (S$5.4 billion) in its Hong Kong share sale, sources familiar with the matter said, cementing the world's second-biggest listing this year.

The company priced 133 million new shares at HK$226 each, according to the sources, who asked not to be identified as the information is not public.

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Re: JD.com (JD)

Postby winston » Fri Jun 19, 2020 2:57 pm

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JD.com (JD US / 9618 HK) - Secular margin expansion

E-commerce is emerging stronger post-COVID-19 on deepened penetration across products and in the lower-tier cities.

JD stands out among the keen competition with its customer-to-manufacturer strategy and strength in electronic products.

Its direct sales model and strong logistics capabilities also improved customer engagement during the nationwide lockdown.

We see secular earnings growth well supported by its expanding product and service offerings and the turnaround of new businesses.

Its secondary listing in Hong Kong will broaden its investor base and partially ease concerns over tightened listing regulations in the US.

The potential inclusion in the stock connect programme in the future also opens the door to onshore investors, serving as a re-rating catalyst.

Momentum in e-commerce persisted after cities re-opened.

Online sales of consumer goods grew 23.2% y/y in May (April: +17%) compared to -9.4% (April: -14.2%) for offline channels.

We expect JD to deliver a strong sales growth towards the high end of its guidance of 20-30% in 2Q (1Q: +20.8% y/y).

Considering the completion of secondary listing and solid e-commerce sales growth, we raised the price target of JD US to USD62.1/ADS (from USD59.2) and initiate coverage on HK-listed JD (9618 HK) with price target of HKD240.8.

While we are positive on the long-term outlook of JD, the stock could take a breather after strong share price run of 76% YTD. We suggest accumulating on a dip. HOLD.

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Re: JD.com (JD); 9618 HK

Postby winston » Thu Jul 23, 2020 3:10 pm

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July 16, 2020

<Research Report>C Suisse Initiates JD-SW (09618.HK) at Outperform; 2Q Revenue May Rise 30%

Credit Suisse initiated JD-SW (09618.HK) at Outperform, modelling the firm's 30% revenue growth in 2Q20E as driven by a 1P/3P sales growth at 29%/40%.

JD-SW will likely maintain its market leadership with better-than-peer user gain potential.

The broker kept JD-SW's ADR target price at US$75.50 and initiated its H-share target at HK$292.6.

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