CDLX - Cardlytics, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
102.99
+0.33 (+0.32%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

102.99 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:15PM EST

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Previous Close102.66
Open103.91
Bid102.97 x 1100
Ask104.06 x 1100
Day's Range102.87 - 106.67
52 Week Range14.14 - 107.50
Volume421,546
Avg. Volume491,472
Market Cap2.648B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.63
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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    One technology stock that deserves your attention, given its explosive gains over the past year and its huge potential in the long run, is Cardlytics (NASDAQ:CDLX) stock. At its core, this is a payment card analytics company, which leverages credit and debit card data to pair marketers with consumers and power relevant and strong bank loyalty and rewards programs.This business model is taking off. When Cardlytics hit the public markets back in early 2018, the company had only partnered with one major bank, Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), and had just 50 million active users. Today, Cardlytics has partnerships with JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) and Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), too, and is approaching 150 million monthly active users, meaning that Cardlytics now has purchase data on essentially one out of every two card swipes in the U.S.That's a lot of data. And there's a lot of value in that data. As such, it should not be surprise that as Cardlytics has grown from 50 million users at its IPO to nearly 150 million users today, CDLX stock has roared from a $13 IPO price, to a $87 price tag -- while $90 earlier -- today.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsBut, on the heels of such an enormous rally over the past two years, does CDLX stock have any more upside left?In the near-term, probably not. The valuation seems maxed out. But, in the long run, yes. Cardlytics is in the early stages of a huge multi-year growth narrative. Over the next few years, as this growth narrative plays out, CDLX stock will only go higher. Tons of Data From Billions of SwipesCardlytics stock has all the attributes of a long-term winner.The core of the Cardlytics business model is all about unlocking value in the vast world of credit and debit card purchase data. That is, banks around the globe have collectively issued billions of payment cards, and those billions of payment cards are used several times each year. Consequently, in any given year, banks are collectively producing billions upon billions of consumer purchase data points. * 9 Up-and-Coming Small-Cap Stocks to Watch So, Cardlytics created a platform aimed at tapping into that enormous payment card database. Their angle? Loyalty and rewards programs.The process is simple. Partner with banks. Gain access to all that data. Use that data to work with marketers to create highly personalized and tailored loyalty and rewards programs for the banks. Banks get increased customer spending. Marketers get increased product awareness and sales. Cardlytics gets a fee for setting it all up.Sounds genius to me. It's also sustainable, because in data businesses, scale matters. The bigger Cardlytics gets, the more data it has, and the better loyalty programs it can build. So, as more and more banks migrate to this data-driven loyalty program model, they will trust the biggest player, Cardlytics, to do the best job.Further, Cardlytics is primed for big growth because they only have 150 million monthly active users, and there are over a billion payment cards in the world. Even further, this is a relatively high-margin business with a lot of fixed costs, so sustained big revenue and user growth will inevitably drive positive operating leverage and result in huge profits. Cardlytics Stock is Maxed OutAlthough CDLX stock is a long term winner, a lot of that long term winning has already been done in the past year, with shares up 400% over that stretch. Going forward, near term upside in CDLX stock may be relatively muted by valuation friction.As is obvious, I'm bullish on Cardlytics' long-term growth prospects. My long-term model on the company reflects this bullishness. 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