This company sold nothing three years ago. Today, it's a force in the world of coffee.
Sift out the noise and focus on these three forces.
The coffee giant may be a great business, but a handful of rising headwinds make it an iffy investment.
When a company has these five traits, don't worry about the price.
Could this really become a subscription company?
They all have four things in common.
You've probably never heard of them. Therein lies the opportunity.
It takes exceptional success for a company to grow into the half-a-trillion-dollar range, and there's plenty of reason to expect these will continue to perform.
In a battle between these software-as-a-service heavyweights, this is the key differentiator.
I'm sidestepping the usual e-commerce heavyweights like Amazon and Shopify for this $5 billion company.
Hint: They all have one big trait in common.
It has nothing to do with valuation or potential.
A key advantage the online retailing platform currently benefits from would evaporate overnight.
It's actually been a great investment -- so why is everyone talking about how the stock has fallen?
Management let some news slip that shouldn't be overlooked.
Looking back from 2023, the stock might actually seem cheap today. Here's why.
Is Walmart's impressive e-commerce strategy enough to give it an edge?
It all comes down to one thing: a sneaky network effect.
One is slightly cheaper. The other has a slightly better financial position. But which has a wider moat?
Latin America, online security, and trying to make the bullet obsolete -- investing in all three could help send your kids to college.