Internet bigwigs are having fun!

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Recently, hedonism has spread to the Internet in China.

First, the Italian media revealed that a Chinese rich woman named Nani Wang deposited a check of 80million euros into the Swiss bank account of a yacht tycoon at one time, and purchased a super luxury house, one of the “five high-end manors in the Mediterranean”, for a Chinese mysterious e-commerce giant.

The private house at feicui beach covers an area of 4 hectares, with 3 private beaches, 49 rooms and a helipad.


According to public information, the former board member of JD Health International Inc and the former head of JD health (HK) Limited happened to be Nani Wang. In Suqian, there happened to be a woman named Wang Nani, who managed a number of JD’s affiliated companies.

More coincidentally, from the end of April to the beginning of May this year, Liu qiangdong reduced his holdings of JD health shares, about 380million yuan.


While the Italian media publicized that the e-commerce giant spent a lot of money to buy the island in Italy, the Spanish media also showed a picture of another e-commerce tycoon playing golf in Mallorca.

In addition to noting that this was his first overseas trip in the past two years, the media also specially showed the superyacht, code named “Zen”, which cost 200 million US dollars.



Although the European people are deeply involved in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, this can not prevent China’s e-commerce leaders from enjoying the warm sunshine of the Mediterranean.

After all, just like uncle Liu’s saying, you can’t enjoy fighting all your life…


The big guys’ enjoyment, of course, is to throw money.

Since ants have not been listed, it is unknown how many stocks boss Ma still has, but the merry boss Liu has recently reduced his holdings.

According to the data disclosed by the CSRC, on the day of “JD 618”, boss Liu reduced his holdings of 4.5 million class a ordinary shares of JD, about RMB 1.871 billion.

Its holding of Max smart limited also sold off JD shares one after another, reducing its holdings of 111million shares in less than a month, about 4.38 billion yuan.

Watching boss Liu deal with the sexual assault case in Minnesota while selling stocks and selling the countryside, I can’t help thinking of Xiao He, who forced the people to buy farmland in Sima Qian’s works.

However, compared with the fact that the Internet giants sell their shares mainly to “improve their lives”, recently, the shareholders of those Internet giants have sold their shares like a knife to the sword.

On the 27th, naspers, the largest shareholder of Tencent, announced that its subsidiary prosus completed the liquidation of JD shares last Friday, cashing in $3.67 billion.

Subsequently, it was announced that in order to “improve the company’s share price”, a long-term repurchase plan would be implemented, and Tencent’s shares with an average daily turnover of 3%-5% would be sold every day.

The major shareholder, who promised not to sell in the next three years after the reduction of his shareholding last year, really did not talk about morality this time. According to the new plan, he would sell about 1million shares every day and cash out 300million shares every trading day in the Hong Kong market.

Entrepreneurs’ complacency and enjoyment are beyond reproach. The waves behind the Yangtze River push the waves ahead. Sooner or later, the new generation will replace them. However, the withdrawal of capital should sound an alarm to us under optimism.

In the past two months, in order to save the economy and restore confidence, the state has opened up credit and tried hard to release water, promoting the capital market to be better. The overflowing currency has become the embodiment of the Chinese aunt, and has gone crazy in the Hong Kong capital market.

Although the confidence of the capital market has been maintained, it is like that after being pulled up by the influx of New Oriental into the north water, Tencent and Da Mo, the two two shareholders and the three shareholders, cleared their positions and ran away. The huge amount of liquidity is also like the stupid son of the landlord, creating a heaven sent opportunity for the reduction of international capital holdings.

Foreign shareholders are reducing their holdings, the actual controlling bosses are enjoying themselves, the company’s share price is soaring, but the grass-roots level is cutting salaries and laying off staff. Now, with China’s economy recovering from the bottom of the valley, perhaps the strategy of saving officials first should be changed, and more consideration should be given to the poor people.

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