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eBay Stock Is A Big Money Favorite

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So, what’s Big Money? Said simply, that’s when a stock goes up in price alongside chunky volumes. It’s indicative of institutions betting on the shares.

Smart money managers are always looking for the next hot stock. And eBay has many fundamental qualities that are attractive.

This sets up well for the stock going forward. But how the shares have been trading points to more upside. As I’ll show you, the Big Money has been consistent in the shares all year.

You see, fund managers are always looking to bet on the next outlier stocks…the best in class. They spend countless hours sizing up companies, reading reports, speaking to analysts…you name it. When they find a company firing on all cylinders, they pounce in a big way.

That’s why I’ve learned how critical it is to gauge Big Money demand for shares. To show you what I mean, have a look at all the big money signals EBAY has made the last year.

The last few weeks have seen Big Money activity, too. Each green bar signals big trading volumes as the stock ramped in price:

Source: www.mapsignals.com

In 2021, the stock has attracted 10 Big Money buy signals. Generally speaking, recent green bars could mean more upside is ahead.

Now, let’s check out technical action grabbing my attention:

  • 1-month outperformance vs. Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR Fund (+2.25% outperformance vs. XLP)

Outperformance is important for leading stocks.

Next, it’s a good idea to check under the hood. Meaning, I want to make sure the fundamental story is strong too. As you can see, eBay has been growing sales at a double-digit rate. Take a look:

  • 1-year sales growth rate (+19.88%)

  • 3-year earnings growth rate (+130.48%)

Source: FactSet

Marrying great fundamentals with technically superior stocks is a winning recipe over the long-term.

In fact, EBAY has been a top-rated stock at my research firm, MAPsignals, for years. That means the stock saw buy pressure, strong technicals, and growing fundamentals. We have a ranking process that showcases stocks like this on a weekly basis.

EBAY has a lot of qualities that are attracting Big Money. And since 2017, it’s made this list 11 times, with its first appearance on 4/18/2017… and gaining 118% since. The blue bars below show the times that EBAY was a top pick going back to 2010:

Source: www.mapsignals.com

It’s been a top stock in the Staples sector according to the MAPsignals process. I wouldn’t be surprised if EBAY makes additional appearances in the years to come. Let’s tie this all together.

The Bottom Line

The EBay rally could have further to go. Big money buying in the shares is signaling to take notice. Shares could be positioned for further upside. Given the historical gains in share price and strong fundamentals, this stock could be worth a spot in a growth-oriented portfolio.

Disclosure: the author holds no position in EBAY at the time of publication.

Learn more about the MAPsignals process here.

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