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Here's Why Fastly Is a Must-Have Stock for Long-Term Investors

By Neil Rozenbaum - Mar 25, 2021 at 7:47AM

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The cloud computing services provider may have gotten a boost from the pandemic but it's here to stay.

In this video, I will be talking about Fastly (FSLY 5.78%) and explain why it should get a place in one's long-term portfolio. 

Fastly has grown its revenue by 40% YoY in Q4 last year and 45% for full year 2020. It mainly services industries that need to operate with as little lag time as possible, such as finance, e-commerce and gaming. We'll also take a look at how Fastly helped companies like Stripe, fuboTV and Shopify operate better and deliver better customer experience.

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Stocks Mentioned

Fastly, Inc. Stock Quote
Fastly, Inc.
$13.18 (5.78%) $0.72
Shopify Inc. Stock Quote
Shopify Inc.
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fuboTV, Inc. Stock Quote
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