The upside is limited for one, but the other has a big growth opportunity.
Redfin, PetIQ, and Beyond Meat all have upcoming catalysts to propel their shares higher.
You may wish you had bought Axos Financial, Telaria, and Yext now if they hit their upside potential later.
The company has been hampered by a lengthy buyout integration and financial results below Wall Street's expectations.
The company's plan is a good one, but it's not a growth plan.
And much of my reasoning can be applied to whatever company you're contemplating as well.
While the business outlook is stellar, Datadog will need to fully capture the opportunity to support its lofty valuation.
Though Wix has been beaten down by the pundits, at least one bank is now bullish on its outlook.
Aptiv's results were better than expected, but the guidance doesn't look great.
This company just keeps beating and raising revenue guidance.
Short sellers seem to like betting against this market-beating company.
And if you didn't invest, there's a lot you can learn from those who bought and held.
Lackluster comparable sales and missed expectations made it hard for investors to buy into 2020's upbeat guidance.
The freelancer marketplace operator has reported two great quarters so far, and investors are anticipating news of a third.
And it's a perfect example of why you need to ground your emotions in a concrete investing thesis.
It was a great 2019 for the fast food company, but that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement.
But there's no reason why bad weather in one quarter should distract investors from long-term returns.
There's no need to overthink this decision.
More companies are getting into the game, but Stitch Fix still holds the lead as a first mover.
Choosing which stock to buy comes down to your investing style.