You can fret over China’s macro outlook, but that’s become an excuse to not own cheap companies like China’s leading search engine, Baidu. The company’s shares are trading at a significant discount amid needless concern about its growth strategy and slowing Chinese economic growth. Baidu’s valuation no longer reflects the Nasdaq-listed company’s powerful market position in strategically important Chinese internet services. For investors willing to put aside excuses, that’s created an excellent entry point into the stock. Read full article: (VIEW LINK)
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