These two Chinese entertainment companies have had a growing chasm between their stock prices this year.
News & Analysis: Momo
Should you invest in the “Tinders of China” instead of the original Tinder?
One is a discount retailer while the other four run the gamut of the tech sector, but all soared in the first eight months of 2019.
A new face-swapping app called Zao surges to the top of the charts in China.
It’s time to get greedy with these three stocks.
Chinese leaders in search, online dating, and apparel e-tail are growing yet trading at forward earnings multiples in the teens -- or less. Something has to give.
This growth stock is still valued like a value stock.
Topping guidance and delivering better-than-expected adjusted earnings help spare the Chinese social networking specialist from the stigma of decelerating growth and declining per-share reported profitability.
MOMO earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
Both companies have had a rough year related to China's economic situation. But which tech stock is better poised for a comeback?