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Is Alibaba Going To Run Wild On $EBAY & $AMZN?

Last week, Chinese internet giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd filed papers to be a public traded company. The IPO is expected to be the largest deal in history. The company is expected to fetch over $20 billion from investors. Alibaba is expected to go public sometime this month.

U.S. consumers are now going to be much more familiar with the Alibaba brand once this IPO is finalized. At this time, the U.S. consumer has been shopping on (NASDAQ:AMZN). stock topped out in January 2014, at $408.06 a share. Since that time, the stock has plunged to a low of $284.38, before rebounding to its current price of $343.94 a share. Either way, the Alibaba IPO is going to be a negative for and other major online retailers. Short term traders should note that the stock will have major chart resistance around the $360.00 level. That resistance level represents an area where the stock is expected to move lower, or encounter an area of resistance from moving higher.

eBay Inc             (NASDAQ:EBAY) is another major online company that could be adversely affected by the Alibaba IPO . After all, the name Ali             Baba comes from the fable Ali             Baba and the Forty Thieves. You can be sure, Alibaba will certainly steal some online business after this IPO is released.

Nick Santiago
Chief Market Strategist
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