Ali Health – Digitalizing Healthcare

Alibaba Health Information Technology 1-Year Chart_2020Alibaba Health Information Technology Ltd (0241.HK), also known as Ali Health, is a healthcare information and content service provider in China. The company is primarily engaged in the pharmaceutical self-operated business, the operations of a pharmaceutical e-commerce and consumer healthcare services platforms, the provision of tracking services, and other innovative health services in China. Continue reading “Ali Health – Digitalizing Healthcare”

Lenovo – Signs of a Turnaround

Lenovo 1-Year Chart_2018Lenovo Group Ltd (0992.HK) has been the world’s largest PC vendor until 2016. Now surpassed by HP, Lenovo has still a global market share of over 20 percent. The company has one of the world’s most comprehensive portfolio of connected products, including smartphones (Motorola), tablets, PCs (former IBM’s ThinkPad, Yoga, Lenovo Legion) and workstations. Continue reading “Lenovo – Signs of a Turnaround”

Baidu – Back to Old Highs?

Baidu 1-Year Chart 2018Baidu Inc. (BIDU) is the second largest internet search engine in the world and the leading search engine in China. The Baidu.com website has a market share of more than 70 percent in China and is the fourth largest website globally by average daily visitors and page views. Furthermore, Baidu is one of the highest ranked brands in China and among the top 100 most valuable brands in the country. Continue reading “Baidu – Back to Old Highs?”

SoftBank – Keeps Buying and Buying

SoftBank 1-Year Chart 2018SoftBank Group Corp (9984.TYO) is the fifth largest public company in Japan and sixth-largest telecom operator in the world. Around 40 percent of the revenues are generated from the acquired US mobile service provider Sprint. SoftBank’s domestic mobile, broadband, and telco business in Japan contributes another 34 percent to the revenues. Continue reading “SoftBank – Keeps Buying and Buying”