|Bid||18.63 x 800|
|Ask||18.77 x 1000|
|Day's Range||18.25 - 19.43|
|52 Week Range||18.25 - 44.25|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Aug 8, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||31.14|
Fiverr International Ltd., (FVRR), the company that is changing how the world works together, today is proud to support the release of “Outsourced Feelings”, a music album created entirely by Fiverr freelancers from around the world. “Outsourced Feelings”, available on Spotify and iTunes, is a seven-track album written by Arianna O’Dell, Founder of Airlink Marketing, with vocals provided by Julian Sherwood, music by Matt Welch, album art by François Matus, with production and music by Nathaniel Wolkstein.
Fiverr International Ltd., (FVRR), the company that is changing how the world works together, today launched its second industry store, this one focused on e-commerce in order to help the growing number of businesses that are selling online. Through the new industry store, businesses using platforms such as Shopify, Magneto, and Woocommerce can easily browse and find services including web design and development, dropshipping services and SEO. There is also a dedicated e-commerce marketing hub to help any e-commerce business with their digital marketing needs.
The idea of disruptors - single companies that (usually quickly) change the landscape of an entire industry or sector - isn't new. Henry Ford and Ford Motor (F) revolutionized automaking in the early 1990s. Phil Knight's Nike (NKE) forever altered the athletic-shoe industry.In the process, these and other similar game-changers were colossally successful stock picks, shooting higher year after year as they ate the rest of their industry's share.Today, institutional investors with deep pockets still are committing large sums of capital to disruptive technologies. For instance, in Canada, Quebec's largest pension fund - Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec - recently announced that it would invest up to $2 billion in public-company stocks and pre-initial public offering (IPO) companies with the potential to become leaders in their industries.Here in the U.S., investment managers such as Ark Investment Management LLC, are focused exclusively on disruptive innovation. Ark defines disruptive innovation "as the introduction of a technologically enabled new product or service that has the potential to change an industry landscape by creating simplicity and accessibility while driving down costs." This sounds like the kinds of innovations harnessed by Ford and Nike in their heydays.Today, we'll explore 10 stock picks that have the potential to be disruptors themselves. A few of these are established companies that are delving into new markets, while others are younger companies that are only starting to be a thorn in other companies' sides. Just be cautious. A few aren't even profitable yet, which makes them considerable risks and more suitable for aggressive allocations. SEE ALSO: The 19 Best Stocks to Buy for the Rest of 2019
Fiverr International Ltd. , the company that is changing how the world works together, today announced Micha Kaufman, Chief Executive Officer, and Ofer Katz, Chief Financial Officer, will present at the 2019 Citi Global Technology conference in New York, NY on Thursday, September 5 at 2:55pm.
NEW YORK-- -- Strong growth continued in Q2 2019 with revenue of $25.9 million, up 41% year over year Active buyers were 2.2 million, up 14% year over year Spend per buyer was $157, up 16% year over year Take rate was 26.4%, an increase of 170 basis points year over year Significant improvement in operating leverage FY19 revenue is expected to grow 34%-37% year over year Fiverr International Ltd. , ...
Erica Volini, Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Leader, says “the number of gig workers is going to grow very dramatically over the next few years.”
Fiverr on Thursday unveiled an online store focused on the booming interest in video and mobile games that will let game experts sell their special skill sets to prospective players. Fortnite and PUBG have been worldwide runaway successes.
Shares are lower Monday after a half-dozen analysts picked up coverage of the newly public Fiverr, which operates a marketplace for a range of freelance services.
Shares of Fiverr International Ltd. are up 0.8% in premarket trading Monday after Needham and Oppenheimer initiated coverage of the freelance-marketplace stock with bullish ratings. Needham's Brad Erickson is upbeat about how the lifetime value of Fiverr buyers, or those who hire freelancers through the service, continues to rise. This suggests to him that Fiverr "can continue to spend aggressively to acquire new customers while importantly being nowhere near exhausting spend/buyer increases." He set a buy rating and $31 target on the stock. Oppenheimer's Jason Helfstein started coverage with an outperform rating and $32 target, writing that the company looks "well positioned to capitalize on a shift in the labor market toward more independently-driven opportunities made possible through digitization." Helfstein sees a large market opportunity for the company as only 3% of freelancing jobs are completed online currently. Fiverr went public in June and its shares are currently trading up 30% from their offering price of $21. Fiverr made its public debut during a strong year for recent initial public offerings; the Renaissance IPO ETF is up 38% so far in 2019, while the S&P 500 has gained 19%.
While May was marked by Uber’s (UBER) flop IPO, June saw three sharing economy IPOs do great on their debuts, meaning windfall gains for early investors.
Stocks initially rallied on Friday, but pared a lot of those gains in the afternoon session. Thanks to a late-day surge, we saw a 0.46% gain on the Nasdaq today. Investors are trying to position themselves ahead of the weekend as the G20 summit is underway and President Trump is set to meet with President Xi to discuss trade.Source: Shutterstock Further, the end of Friday's trading session marks the end of the second quarter for the stock market. While it seems long forgotten, the markets are still trying to stabilize following the fourth quarter volatility.From peak to trough, the Nasdaq fell about 20% in the fourth quarter. But it set up a wicked first-quarter bounce. The index rallied 16.5% in the first quarter and briefly hit new highs in the second quarter. With a wavering trade-war situation though, Q2 has been more of a digestion quarter, with the index up about 2%.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 6 Worst S&P 500 Stocks of 2019 (So Far) Where does that leave it for the second half of the year? The Nasdaq's Third-Quarter Outlook Click to EnlargeAs much as I don't want to say it, so much of how the index will do next quarter may depend on the trade war situation. I'm sick of it and so is everyone else. But if we get some progress toward a deal, semiconductors, memory makers and global economies can all see a recovery. This could pave the way for the Nasdaq to hit new highs sometime in the next 90 days.If the trade situations worsens -- perhaps with Trump ratcheting up more tariffs or with China trying to play the waiting game for the next U.S. election -- then we very well could see some selling pressure.From a purely technical outlook, the Nasdaq looks good. 8,100 has been resistance, but the sharp rally from 7,300 to 8,100 and slight pullback has the index looking primed for more upside. Unfortunately though, there's more to consider than the charts.If the trade situation worsens, I expect the Nasdaq to lose the 50-day moving average. If it does, a decline down to the 200-day moving average at 7,512 could be in the cards. Below that is range support near 7,300, which would mark a near-10% decline from the recent highs at 8,088. Winners in the Nasdaq TodayThe RealReal (NASDAQ:REAL) hit the public markets on Friday. Shares priced at $20 apiece, above its initial range of $18 to $19. Even then, the stock was able to maintain momentum, closing at $28.90 and up 44.5% on its first day of trading. The IPO market remains red hot, but investors are likely wondering if REAL will cool off a bit like Chewy (NYSE:CHWY), Slack (NYSE:WORK) and Fiverr (NYSE:FVRR) -- all of which logged nice gains on Friday too.Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC) caught a big boost, rising 6.7% on more than two-times regular volume. Despite a bearish analyst call on Thursday, the stock is storming higher after a power outage at one of its production facilities in Japan. Analysts at Morgan Stanley -- which has an equal-weight rating and $46 price target -- said it shouldn't have a big impact.More momentum in biotech continued. Invitae (NASDAQ:NVTA) logged massive gains on Friday, up 8.9%. Sarepta Therapeutics (NASDAQ:SRPT) surged 17.1%, while Alexion Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:ALXN), Illumina (NASDAQ:ILMN) all sported solid gains on the day. The genomics trade is doing well over the past few days. Losers in the Nasdaq TodayCisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) took a tumble on Friday, falling 3% at one point. While support is nearby, one can't help but wonder if Micron's (NASDAQ:MU) newfound momentum is bad news for CSCO. The company is a DRAM buyer, which has been under pressure for the past few quarters. While a rise in cost wouldn't be a death-blow to Cisco, it could create a solid buying opportunity in the name on further weakness.Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock slipped about 1% on Friday on news that its chief design officer (CDO) Jony Ive is leaving the company to start his own company. Don't worry, everyone. Apple will be a client of Ive's new company. After 27 years at Apple and 23 years as its CDO, Ive has earned the right to call his own shots. Apple should still be okay too, given its powerful balance sheet.Unlike many others in the biotech sector -- which rallied 1.75% on Friday -- Biogen (NASDAQ:BIIB) wasn't feeling too hot. Shares slipped over 2% after the stock was downgraded to neutral by Piper Jaffray analysts. * 10 Small-Cap Stocks That Look Like Bargains Last but not least, there's Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU). For a stock that's still up 31% in Q2 and 195% for the year, the stock isn't ending the quarter on a particularly high note. The stock is now about 15% off its highs and slipping almost 3% on Friday alone. News of a competing smart TV from Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) earlier in the week continues to hang over the stock. How long into Q3 before Roku shakes off this news?Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell is long AMZN, ROKU, NVTA and AAPL. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * The 7 Top Small-Cap Stocks Of 2019 * Critical Levels to Watch in 7 Marijuana Stocks * 5 Smaller Cloud Stocks That Have Plenty of Potential Compare Brokers The post Nasdaq Today: Apple Loses Ive and the Nasdaqas Q3 Outlook appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Shares if Upwork Inc. are up 6.1% in premarket trading Wednesday after Jefferies analyst Brent Thill upgraded the stock to buy from hold. "With the stock down 17% YTD and valuation at a 37% discount to peers, risk/reward has improved," Thill wrote. "The recent IPO of Fiverr demonstrated the large market for flex labor and evidenced Upwork's leadership within it." Thill expects that Upwork's first-quarter revenue-growth rate was likely the bottom and he predicts "gradual acceleration" on the metric as the year continues. He has a $23 price target on the stock. Upwork shares have fallen 25% over the past three months, as the S&P 500 has gained 3.5%.