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Just my $.0002, but the difference is likely to be most easily explained by the different timeframes each may be looking at when giving that "guidance." Zacks may be more aimed at short-term traders (thinking next quarter or two, or maybe a year) and TMF is definitely aimed more at longer-team (think 5+ years).

On that merit, I think you have to consider your own timeframe. If you're looking to make a quick win, maybe JD isn't it. But if you're willing to accumulate over time and let the time element actually play out, it COULD be considerably valuable... assuming no other ill becomes it (stuff like Chinese government taking over or making arbitrary rules that hurt the capitalism side of JD.com).

JD owns its own distribution network, and Amazon is just now trying to get to that point, so if you overlay the two... JD has some advantages over Amazon, and look where Amazon got in 5-10 years.
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