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Valence CEO Guy Primus shared his two-pronged approach to building a sustainable business with a mission to bridge Black talent and economic opportunity and achievement.
Further margin improvement and e-commerce momentum from COVID-19 could justify this fintech powerhouse's high valuation.
One is financial technology, where online payments leader PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ: PYPL) is up 69% through Thursday's close. PayPal is even more attractive now than it was before COVID-19 hit the scene, when it was already an outstanding business offering innovative e-commerce solutions. On May 1, PayPal recorded the most transactions in its history -- including Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Paypal (PYPL) closed at $183.23 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.91% move from the prior day.
Global e-commerce grew 20.7% in 2019, according to eMarketer. Two stocks that are seeing explosive growth as consumers migrate online is Sea Limited (NYSE: SE) and Etsy (NASDAQ: ETSY). Another way to ride the growth of e-commerce is PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ: PYPL), one of the leaders in mobile payments.
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Investors need to pay close attention to PayPal (PYPL) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.
Here we present five technology stocks poised to benefit from the growing adoption of digital payment solution especially amid coronavirus outbreak such as FB, AMZN & others.
Shares of PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) rose 12.4% in June, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. PayPal's shares have already gone up 57.3% year to date, and have been hitting new all-time highs this year. On the operational front, a record 10 million net new active accounts were added in the first quarter, while 7.4 million were added in April alone, representing a 135% year-over-year jump.
Halfway through the year, those who invest in the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC) are still down on the year, but most are breathing a big sigh of relief after having suffered far larger losses earlier in the year. In some ways, it's questionable whether DexCom (NASDAQ: DXCM) truly deserves a place on this list. The company has been public for 15 years, but it just joined the S&P 500 Index in May.
When investors think about e-commerce stocks, they often overlook Visa (NYSE: V) and Mastercard (NYSE: MA). Many online purchases are made with credit and debit cards, and Visa and Mastercard operate the two largest card processing networks in the world. Like an online toll road, Visa and Mastercard collect a small fee each time someone uses one of their cards to make an online transaction -- and the number of times this happens is soaring.
Here is a sneak peek into four tech stocks, which hold promise for stellar performances in the upcoming earnings season despite the coronavirus crisis.
Investing in mega-trends early can result in big payoffs for investors. If you missed out, sometimes lightning strikes twice.
Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) and PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ: PYPL) have been crushing the market all year long, and both look like fantastic buys today -- with or without another game-changing health crisis. The smiling Amazon logo is virtually synonymous with "online retail," and the industry as a whole has been crushing traditional big-box stores and strip malls for a couple of decades. At the same time, Amazon's revenues rushed 26% higher.
Paypal (PYPL) closed at $177.21 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.12% move from the prior day.
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The Federal Reserve recently released the results of 2020 bank stress tests, and while no banks are in serious danger, some would see capital levels fall a bit too low for comfort in a prolonged and deep COVID-19 recession. As a result, the Fed issued a formula to govern bank dividends, and there's a real chance bank investors could see dividend cuts from some major financial institutions. In this episode of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP, discuss the news and what it could mean for bank investors.
Wall Street wrapped up its best quarterly performance in decades with the S&P 500 logging in the best quarter since 1998.
Visa and Mastercard reported 18% and 20% increases, respectively, in card-not-present spending (excluding travel) for the month of April. PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) grew branded transactions more than twice as fast -- up 43% in April, CEO Dan Schulman said during its first-quarter earnings call. When asked how PayPal is managing to grab market share despite a constant influx of competition for online checkout, CEO Dan Schulman gave three reasons: scale, technology, and brand.
In this episode of Industry Focus: Tech, Dylan Lewis chats with Motley Fool contributor Brian Feroldi to discuss a $2 billion scandal at Wirecard (OTC: WCAGY). To catch full episodes of all The Motley Fool's free podcasts, check out our podcast center. To get started investing, check out our quick-start guide to investing in stocks.
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