The coronavirus induced campus shutdowns are leaving a void in resources that students need.
News & Analysis: Chegg
The direct-to-student learning platform reports earnings on Oct. 26.
Time will reward investors' discipline if they resist the temptation to take profits from these holdings.
These business are bound to grow profitably as a vaccine delay forces people to stay at home.
Students' need for help with their coursework is being amplified by the cancellation of in-person classes.
There haven't been many opportunities to buy the dip in the past few months.
Distance learning is a big topic with schools this fall, but is Chegg a direct beneficiary of the shift?
The company is benefiting as classrooms are forced to go digital.
It acquired another company and will buy back its own stock, but more importantly, Chegg is being adopted by new subscribers at an impressive pace.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have changed how people think about schooling.