It has lost 40 percent of its value since its IPO last year

Jan 17, 2019

Xiaomi is complex. New products at affordable prices. An expanding market. Consistent investments in AI. Problems with the stock.

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The stock has shed 25 percent this year, plummeting to all-time lows and trading below 10 Hong Kong dollars. It has lost 40 percent of its value since its IPO last year. (source cnbc.com)

An analysis of Xioami’s technological performance and changes in marketing principles due to their style of product promotion is incomplete without an analysis of the financial effort they face. Discussing their financial problems is not convenient. It is easy to discuss the technical characteristics of the product released at an event based on technical documentation. Financial discussions involve good knowledge of financial mechanisms and long-term documentation.

Look at the graph above. What do you see? Decline or an opportunity to join a potential project in the future? I’ve heard this question before. It was also heard by the first Xiaomi competitor of the US. Those who sold their shares to Apple quit later.

We will resume this discussion in a few years. I believe that the financial situation will change radically after the next generation of AI-based products will be launched on the market.

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