PAGS - PagSeguro Digital Ltd.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
45.88
+0.01 (+0.02%)
At close: 4:03PM EDT
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Previous Close45.87
Open45.47
Bid46.05 x 800
Ask47.80 x 1100
Day's Range45.00 - 46.34
52 Week Range17.02 - 53.43
Volume772,707
Avg. Volume2,121,848
Market Cap15.016B
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)65.92
EPS (TTM)0.70
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est49.63
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    Stocks suffered a terrible August with the Dow, S&P 500, and Nasdaq losing 1.7%, 1.8%, and 2.6%, respectively. If you didn't take the time this past month to figure out which stocks to sell, you might want to do that before too long. September is historically the worst-performing month on the calendar. Over the past 82 years, the S&P 500 and Dow have averaged a 1% decline in September. Even worse, when the S&P 500 falls by more than 1.5%, as it did this past August, the index tends to fall by 0.9% in September.According to Kensho, an analytical tool used by Wall Street to generate trading profits based on market history, the S&P 500 loses ground 48% of the time in September, leaving no doubt that if you're going to take profits, September is an excellent time to do it. 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Pilgrim's Pride (PPC)Source: Lori Martin / Shutterstock.com It seems that plant-based meats aren't the only type of protein that's popular at the moment. Pilgrim's Pride (NASDAQ:PPC), which is one of the world's largest chicken producers, has gained 106% year to date, a fantastic performance that has brought its stock back to life after several years in the doldrums. What did it do to gain this momentum? In the simplest terms, it has made more money in 2019. On July 31, Pilgrim's Pride announced Q2 2019 earnings. Through the first six months of this fiscal year, revenues fell by 0.3% to $5.57 billion. However, on the bottom line, it generated a six-month operating profit of $416.6 million, 7.7% higher than a year earlier. 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Losing ground through the latter half of 2018, PAGS has been on fire in 2019, up 171% year to date.As IPOs go, it's the most successful Brazilian public offering in many years, but it has also done nicely versus its software peers, which gained 27% over the same period. It just goes to show you that fintech success isn't just for American firms.The company's five pillars of growth have delivered payment processing to small businesses without the need to open a bank account, helping to grow the Brazilian economy. The company finished the second quarter ended June 30 with 9.4 million active users generating 39% revenue growth year over year, along with 42% growth in net income.A lot is happening in South American business these days and PagSeguro Digital is an integral part of the change taking place. Long-term, I'd hang on to its stock, but it's hard not to take some profits off the table after less than two years as a public company. 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Back in June 2016, InvestorPlace Assistant Editor John Devine had this to say about SHAK:"SHAK stock trades at 107 times earnings, 66 times forward earnings, 6.7 times book and at a 3.4 PEG ratio. The traditional metrics are screaming that this stock is overvalued. With a profit margin barely scraping the 2.5% level, why is Shake Shack trading like a cloud computing company?"Hey, it was easy to pick on SHAK back then. It had been a public company for less than two years and was focusing on expansion rather than profits. As a result of this expansion, Shake Shack is outperforming McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) when it comes to their stocks. However, not everyone is convinced the stock's performance will continue unabated. "We estimate new units continue to weaken sequentially both on the top-line and especially on the contribution margin line, are contributing an estimated 90-200 bps pressure on consolidated RLM in 2019. 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LivePerson (LVPN)Source: Shutterstock The history of LivePerson (NASDAQ:LVPN) is one of perseverance. The company started in 1998, helping large businesses provide online customer service through their LivePerson eCRM platform. Several acquisitions later and an IPO in 2000, it has grown to become a cloud-based company with over 18,000 customers and an increasing focus on AI.As a result of its move to the cloud and AI-related services, LivePerson's stock has jumped by more than 111% in 2019 and 70% on an annualized basis over the past three years.And yet the company's sales over the past three years have grown by just 4.5% from $239 million in 2015 to $249.8 million in 2018. At the same time, it has racked up cumulative losses of $69 million. The fact is, LivePerson hasn't made money since 2012 when it earned $6.4 million on $133 million. If it doesn't make money on a GAAP basis soon, investors are going to run away in droves. 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