Sell JD.com, Buy Alibaba: Flipping Jim Chanos's Bets Pays Off

  • Kim Eng analyst's calls are opposite of what Chanos recommends
  • The pair-trade has returned 25 percent so far this year

Inside The Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Headquarters And The 2015 Computing Conference

Mitchell Kim of Kim Eng Securities saw it coming for JD.com. The shares fell 7 percent in New York on Monday after China’s second-largest online retailer posted slowing sales volume.

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