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These companies were built for the long game and are poised for big upside when the economy improves.
It was third-party seller services. Revenue from Amazon's third-party marketplace services, which include listing referral, storage, and fulfillment fees, grew 24% year over year on an currency-neutral basis. Amazon has consistently increased the prices it charges merchants using its platform almost every year, and just implemented new pricing for sellers in January.
Here's why three Motley Fool contributors believe Shopify (NYSE: SHOP), Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), and Farfetch (NYSE: FTCH) are no-brainer buys right now. John Ballard (Shopify): Shopify stock crashed with the market sell-off last year, but e-commerce isn't going anywhere. In fact, while the stock was tumbling, Shopify was still growing.