Given that the cost of just about everything is up, it's easy to see why so many consumers expect to see their credit card bills rise in the course of their holiday spending. Any time you carry a balance forward on your credit cards, you sign yourself up to pay interest on your purchases. If you can manage to spend more on this year's holidays than last year without landing yourself in credit card debt, then by all means, spend that extra money if you're comfortable doing so.
JD.Com (NASDAQ: JD), one of China's top three e-commerce companies, has seen its stock price almost halve after reaching a peak price of $104 in 2021.Yet even as its stock price fell, the company continued to grow its top line by 28% in 2021. JD is an excellent example of what a solid growth company looks like. Between 2016 and 2021, revenue rose at a 30% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach 952 billion yuan ($149 billion).
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