Investors with a bit of risk tolerance will want to check out this trio: a recession-resistant luxury goods marketplace operator, a high-yielding mall operator, and a broken IPO championing the gig economy.
News & Analysis: Upwork
Shares are less than half what they were a year ago.
More Americans are taking on side hustles like driving for rideshare services, taking paid surveys, or freelancing. Check out two companies cashing in on this workforce trend
The freelancer platform is looking to invest more toward driving sustained growth.
The CEO is resigning, and Q4 earnings loom.
Some once-promising members of the 2018 IPO class have fallen out of favor in 2019, but next year should be a different story for these two lagging tech stocks.
Management's guidance was weaker than expected.
UPWK earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
This gig-economy business is a compelling investment thanks to these factors.
Large corporations offer a major growth runway for this gig-work platform.