Coronavirus could Boost Online Retail and Mobile Pay

Consequently, mobile payment apps such as Google Pay and Apple Pay could help you avoid Coronavirus.

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Is Wayfair in Trouble?

Strangely, Wayfair is growing and losing money at the same time. For instance, Wayfair reported a quarterly revenue growth rate of 25.79% on 31 December 2019.

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Does Amazon have too much money?

Therefore, Amazon could buy Macy’s (NYSE: M); America’s largest department store operator for cash and have over $50 billion left. Mr. Market gave Macy’s a $5.016 billion Market Capitalization on 10 February 2020.

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How long can the Costco Money Machine Survive?

In fact, Costco claims to have 60 warehouses that exceeded $250 million in annual sales, Investopedia reports. Additionally, Costco claims to have two warehouses that generate annual sales of $400 million.

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Why is Netflix a FAANG?

Microsoft is a far better candidate for FAANG membership than Netflix.

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Is TJX leading a Retail Recovery?

Discount department store operator TJX’s share price grew by 0.37%; or 22₵, to $59.39 by midday on 25 November 2019. Discount legend Target’s stock went from $110.47 on 19 November 2019 to $125.29 on 25 November 2019. Thus Target shares grew by $14.82 in less than a week.

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The Incredibly Growing Amazon

Some Amazon customers can pay utility bills using Amazon Pay with the help of Fintech firm Paymentus’s Instant Payment Network (IPN), MarketWatch reports. Amazon claims customers in 95% of US ZIP codes could pay utility bills with Amazon Pay by 2020.

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Is Clorox Making Money?

Therefore, Clorox is a value trap you need to avoid. I define a value trap as a stock that meets some value criteria but no cash. Hence, that stock could succumb to the death spiral. The death spiral occurs when a company does not generate enough cash to pay its debts.

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An Alternative to the FAANG

Thus you could buy over four shares of NAMPOF for the cost of one unit of FAANG. To elaborate, $876.46 multiplied by four is $3,543.80. Meanwhile the combined cost of FAANG was $3,779.46 on 13 September 2019.

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