The e-commerce platform was on the receiving end of some negative commentary from Wall Street, but the news wasn't all bad.
Despite the S&P 500 undergoing 38 double-digit percentage declines since the beginning of 1950, every single one of these drops was eventually erased by a bull-market rally and proved to be a buying opportunity. In other words, there's no such thing as a bad time to put money to work in the stock market, as long as your holding time frame is measured in years. What makes Sea such an incredible gem of a company is that it has not one or two, but three rapidly growing, diverse operating segments.
Sea Limited's stock has great prospects, but investors should not neglect the potential downsides.