Sell JD.com, Buy Alibaba: Flipping Jim Chanos's Bets Pays OffBy
Kim Eng analyst's calls are opposite of what Chanos recommends
The pair-trade has returned 25 percent so far this year
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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