|Bid||24.80 x 900|
|Ask||199,999.98 x 900|
|Day's Range||26.18 - 26.44|
|52 Week Range||25.00 - 27.35|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The buyer said it will shut down Polyvore's website, apps and operations, effective immediately, which spurred strong reactions from its user base and early co-founder.
I’ve always considered PayPal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PYPL) a no-brainer investment. Advancing technologies has impacted every aspect of our lives. It’s only natural that we see the same development in the financial sector. This is part of the reason why bitcoin and the blockchain soared in popularity. But if you don’t like bitcoin’s volatility, you have PayPal stock.
In the case of Paypal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PYPL), an often-suggested tie-up with Europe’s Adyen makes a lot of sense. It’s not a name most current or prospective owners of PayPal stock are terribly familiar with. Credit card acceptance middleman Square Inc (NYSE:SQ) is the odds-on buyout favorite for most investors getting the itch to see a deal get done.
Big Lots, Inc. (NYSE:BIG) beat fourth quarter earnings estimates on Friday and raised its quarterly dividend by 20%. Instead, Wall Street zeroed in on a surprise decline in same-store sales at the discount retailer. It was enough for Big Lots stock to immediately tumble from $53 to $48, its lowest point since last July.
Square Inc (NYSE:SQ) has been on fire this year, up a whopping 53%. Case in point, SQ stock continues to hit one new all-time high after another. The company beat on fourth-quarter earnings per share and revenue estimates.
Last night Square Inc (NYSE:SQ) delivered earnings that were a top and bottom line beats. In the absence of reasons to expect deterioration in SQ fundamentals, I remain optimistic the stock. The fundamental outlook for SQ is rosy.
There was a time when companies like LendingClub Corp (NYSE:LC) and Prosper.com had a fantastic business model. Essentially, LC was looking to become the eBay Inc (NASDAQ:EBAY) of lending and would issue LendingClub stock in its IPO. Now, a borrower applies for a loan, but LC management will score and underwrite based on rules of a partner bank.
Growth tech stocks may not be in the forefront for investors right now. Especially after Friday, when stocks posted their worst percentage decline in more than a year and their worst raw point decline in nearly a decade. But there is still a lot of room for stocks to rebound, particularly growth tech stocks.
PayPal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PYPL) has had a parabolic 12 months. It came into its earnings up 110% in a year, which is more than double that of the stock performance of Visa Inc (NYSE:V) or Mastercard Inc (NYSE:MA). From a valuation basis, PYPL stock is not cheap.
Shares of PayPal Holdings Inc (NYSE:PYPL) fell more than 10% in after-hours trading on Wednesday following the company’s latest earnings report. As one of my Q1 2018 themes I continue to like online payment processing companies such as PayPal from a thematic perspective. While revenue from eBay for PayPal has diminished as a percentage of total revenue, at roughly 20% it still is a significant portion.
EBay Inc (NASDAQ:EBAY) reported its fourth-quarter earnings results after hours Wednesday. The online marketplace posted earnings of 59 cents per share for the quarter on an adjusted basis, in line with the 59 cents per share that analysts were expecting in adjusted earnings. EBay’s revenue missed the mark slightly as the company raked in $2.6 billion for the period, below the Wall Street consensus estimate of $2.61 billion.
Its second deal in 2012 created plenty of angst among individual clubs over the heavy influence secondary ticketing had made on their businesses by then, and three teams opted out of the StubHub renewal at various points. Among them, according to industry sources, is a league-wide “zero-hour” rule that will allow resales on StubHub up to first-pitch times for all 30 clubs, a concerted push to promote mobile-based activity.
A few years ago, companies in need of financing started turning to a security called “exchange-traded debt,” also known as “baby bonds.” Most bond offerings tend to be in the tens or hundreds of millions, and for which the smallest denomination one can buy are $10,000 (at par). Baby bonds have a face value of $5,000, which makes them more liquid, easier for the retail investor to purchase, and also trade on the stock exchanges.