Don’t buy (or sell) it based on the pandemic’s impact on it right now… instead, realize it’s at the epicenter of a new trend.
Its earnings were good, so buy the dip.
It’s a great company, but weak financial trends imply that it’s priced too richly for its own good.
Covid-19 has permanently accelerated its growth narrative.
After breezing past expectations in its latest earnings report, the stock has dropped. The fundamentals remain rock solid. The growth drivers remain strong. And the valuation of the stock remains tangible relative to the company’s long-term growth prospects.
It has been, still is, and will remain one of the best stocks to buy.
This selloff will find technical support soon… and at levels not much lower than where shares currently trade.
Up 143% year-to-date, the underlying company is one of the most exciting names on Wall Street today.
It’s one of the most enticing turnaround stories in the market today.
Its wild roller-coaster ride may end soon, and what comes next will be sustainable, enduring growth. Here are four reasons why.