A Chinese flag, center, waves over a banner for Alibaba on the New York Stock Exchange in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
Mark Hulbert, publisher of Hulbert Financial Digest, says investors should think long and hard before jumping in on Alibaba. The Chinese e-commerce company made its debut as a publicly traded company and swiftly climbed nearly 40 percent in a mammoth IPO. "Asking hard questions is important at any time, of course, but it’s especially true now with the stock market at an all-time high and the IPO market overheated," Hulbert says. [Full Story]
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