Stocks were flat to start the day, on this, the first trading session of the week. Many investors are cautiously watching for factors that would cause the Fed to back off from its current policy. May’s CPI number, scheduled to be released on Thursday could be a contributing factor. A rapid rise in prices would indicate a robust economic recovery and could trigger a pullback from the Fed. The Fed has signaled it doesn’t intend to raise rates before 2023, but could begin to discuss tapering asset purchase soon.
The recent growth sector meltdown has created some golden buying opportunities, like the one featured in today’s trade alert. Today we’ll focus on a still small company, that a lot of people don’t know about yet, but which is sitting on breakthrough technology in an emerging investment megatrend that could redefine how consumers go about their lives.
Jeff Bezos Just Poured $10 Billion Into This…
Not many people know this story… But in 1998, Bezos invested $250,000 of his own money in Google, when the company was just getting started out of a garage in California. When Google went public in 2004, that $250,000 investment translated into 3.3 million shares of Google stock. Nobody knows if Bezos has sold any shares. If he hasn’t, today they’re worth more than $5.6 billion.Jeff Bezos is betting big on a new trend. This time he’s planning to invest $10 billion of his own money in this exciting new trend. That’s 40,000 times more money than what he invested in Google. That’s how big he thinks this could be. [Full Story…]
Most of us engage with Twilio (TWLO) technology on a regular basis without realizing it. If you’ve used a third party app to change your password, order dinner or make a reservation, you were likely dealing seamlessly with Twilio. As the leader of in-app communication solutions, Twilio plays a pivotal role in some of the apps we use the most.
Although the company’s numbers exceeded analyst expectations when it reported earnings last month, but weak second quarter guidance sent some investors running. Consequently, the stock lost more than 10% following the May 5th earnings call which left the share price more than 30% lower than February highs.
It should be hard for long-term-minded investors to see this as anything less than an opportunistic bargain, as quarter-to-quarter fluctuations aren’t usually a huge concern for those with their sights far on the distant horizon. Especially when considering Twilio, who routinely provides conservative guidance and surpasses its own forecasts, as well analyst estimates. As is evident in their Q1 earnings beat — revenue rose 62% for the period, far more than the 44% – 47% target.
Twilio’s products will only become increasingly popular as we rely on our smartphone apps more and more. It’s customer base is expanding healthily and customers are increasing what they spend. The company posted a full-year 2020 net expansion rate of 137% , which means its 235,000 active customers spent 37% more money on its services.
The pros on Wall Street also look favorably on TWLO. Of 27 analysts offering recommendations for the stock, 24 call it a Buy, and 3 say Hold. There are no Sell ratings. The average price target of $455 implies a 46% upside from its current level, which is around $310.
Where to invest $1,000 right now...
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And it's not Twilio.
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