It’s up more than 60% over the past year, and recently hit a fresh all-time high.
Up around 170% over the past five years, it recently hit a new all-time high… a trend that should continue.
Shares have risen during the crisis, up more than 90% since their March 12 low– and the trend should continue.
Since it went public in late 2017, its shares have exploded about 400% higher and the company’s good fortunes should continue.
As it continues to aid the medical community during the COVID-19 crisis, its rally is likely to continue.
Up about 170% over the past year, shares recently hit fresh all-time highs.
At a time when brick-and-mortar retailers have laid off their staff, it’s rushed to hire more workers… and urged its customers to buy less.
After initially falling along with the rest of the market due to the coronavirus crisis, shares are now up about 60% from their March 12 lows, hitting fresh 52-week highs.
It’s an example of ‘essential’ businesses that are going strong.
Some companies will quickly recover after the coronavirus is contained, but this one has plenty of problems.