77.15 +0.51 (0.67%)
Pre-Market: 9:11AM EST
|Bid||77.10 x 1000|
|Ask||77.11 x 800|
|Day's Range||75.79 - 77.10|
|52 Week Range||43.72 - 101.15|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||3.47|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb 27, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||78.39|
Walmart board member and Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar believes the conglomerate is "willing to take big risks."
Wix.com, which helps small businesses build and operate websites, posted higher-than-expected fourth-quarter profit and forecast a 25 percent rise in revenue in 2019. It reported on Wednesday a net profit of 42 cents per share excluding one-time items, up from 16 cents a year earlier. Israel-based Wix offers free basic features for setting up websites but users must pay for extra services such as shopping carts, individual web addresses and site traffic analysis.
iQIYI's (IQ) fourth-quarter 2018 results are likely to benefit from strong demand for its self-produced drama series, original movies and variety shows.
Ultra Clean Holdings (UCTT) fourth-quarter results are expected to benefit from the acquisition of Quantum but sluggish semiconductor market environment is a concern.
Yandex's (YNDX) accelerating advertisement revenues and strong position in Russian search market benefit fourth-quarter results. However, deconsolidation effect of Yandex.Market remains an overhang.
Increasing demand for GoDaddy's (GDDY) new products and international expansion are likely to favor Q4 results. However, rising competition is a concern.
Hewlett Packard's (HPE) first-quarter fiscal 2019 results are likely to benefit from the growing momentum in Intelligent Edge and Compute Value business.
Garmin's (GRMN) fourth-quarter 2018 results are likely to benefit from its expanding product portfolio. However, weak personal navigation device space remains a concern.
Intuit's (INTU) second-quarter fiscal 2019 results are likely to gain from the growing adoption of QuickBooks Online and TurboTax Live offering.
President, CEO & Chairman of Square Inc (NYSE:SQ) Jack Dorsey sold 103,035 shares of SQ on 02/13/2019 at an average price of $76.45 a share.
Analog Devices' (ADI) fiscal first-quarter results are likely to benefit from its strength in industrial, automotive and communications end markets. However, weakness in consumer market is a concern.
[Editor's note: This story was previously published in January 2019. It has since been updated and republished.]Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) has been one of the more impressive stocks of the past 25 years. In fact, AMZN now has returned well over 100,000% from its initial public offering (IPO) price of $18 ($1.50 adjusted for the company's subsequent stock splits). A large part of the returns has come from two factors. First, Amazon has vastly expanded its reach. What originally was just an online bookseller now has its hands in everything from cloud computing to online media to groceries. And its shadow is even larger …Amazon's buyout of Whole Foods rattled the retail market. Similarly, its entry into healthcare by buying PillPack (as well as its healthcare partnership with Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:BRK.B) and JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM))sent ripples through the healthcare sector. In response, Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) teamed up with Kroger (NYSE:KR) to "build the grocery store of the future," and earlier this year announced a partnership with Walgreens (NASDAQ:WBA) to fend off Amazon.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Hot Stocks Leading the Market's Blitz Higher Secondly, as a stock, AMZN has managed the feat of keeping a growth stock valuation for over two decades. I've long argued that investors can't focus solely on the company's high price-earnings (P/E) ratio to value Amazon stock. But however an investor might view the current multiple, the market has assigned a substantial premium to AMZN stock for over 20 years now, and there's no sign of that ending any time soon.It's an impressive combination, and one that's likely impossible, or close, to duplicate. But these five stocks have the potential to at least replicate parts of the Amazon formula. All five have years, if not decades, of growth ahead. New market opportunities abound. And while I'm not predicting that any will rise 100,000% -- or 1,000% -- these five stocks do have the potential for impressive long-term gains.Source: Chris Harrison via Flickr (Modified) Square (SQ)Admittedly, I personally am not the biggest fan of Square (NYSE:SQ) stock. I like Square as a company, but I continue to question just how much growth is priced into SQ already.Of course, skeptics like myself have done little to dent the steady rise in AMZN stock. And valuation aside, there's a clear case for Square to follow an Amazon-like expansion of its business. Back in January, Instinet analyst Dan Dolev compared Square to Amazon and Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL, NASDAQ:GOOG), citing its ability to expand from its current payment-processing base:"In 10 years, Square is likely to be a very different company helped by accelerating share gains from payment peers and relentless disruption of services like payroll and human resources."Just as Amazon used books to expand into ecommerce, and then ecommerce to expand into other areas, Square can do the same with its payment business. The small business space is ripe for disruption, as Dolev points out. Integrating payments into payroll, HR, and other offerings would dramatically expand Square's addressable market - and lead to a potential decade or more of exceptional growth.Again, I do question whether that growth is priced in, with SQ trading at well over 90x forward earnings. But if (again, like AMZN) Square stock can combine a high multiple with consistent, impressive, expansion, it has the path to create substantial value for shareholders over the next five to 10 years.Source: Daniel Cukier via Flickr JD.com (JD)In China, JD.com (NASDAQ:JD) is the company closest to following Amazon's model. While rival Alibaba (NYSE:BABA) gets most of the attention, it's JD.com that truly should be called the Amazon of China.Like Amazon (and unlike Alibaba), JD.com holds inventory and is investing in a cutting-edge supply chain. It, too, is expanding into brick-and-mortar grocery, like Amazon did with its acquisition of Whole Foods Market. A partnership with Walmart (NYSE:WMT) should further help its off-line ambitions. JD.com is even cautiously entering the finance industry.At the moment, however, JD stock is going in the exact opposite direction of AMZN. The stock has seen a slow recovery after last year's brutal plunge as the trade war and the arrest of the company's CEO killed all its gains. So have mixed earnings reports and a Chinese bear market.Clearly, there are myriad risks here, even near the lows. But AMZN saw a few pullbacks over the years as well. And while JD may never rise to the scale of Amazon or even out-compete Alibaba, at its current valuation it doesn't have to. * Should You Buy, Sell, Or Hold These 7 Medical Cannabis Stocks? If investor confidence returns, JD has a path to enormous upside. And even with the near-term jitters facing the stock, the long-term strategy still seems intact, and likely the closest in the market to that of Amazon.Source: Shopify via Flickr Shopify (SHOP)Ecommerce provider Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) probably doesn't have quite the same opportunity for expansion as Square. And it, too, has a hefty valuation, along with a continuing bear raid from short-seller Citron Research.But I've remained bullish on the SHOP story, even though valuation is a question mark. Shopify is dominant in its market of offering turnkey ecommerce services to small businesses. That's exactly where consumer preferences are headed: small and unique over large and bland. And because of offerings like Shopify (and Amazon Web Services), those small to mid-sized businesses can compete with the giants.Meanwhile, Shopify does have the potential to expand its reach. Just 29% of revenue comes from overseas, a proportion that should grow over time. It's moving toward capturing larger customers as well through its "Plus" program, picking up Ford (NYSE:F) as one key client.The development of an ecosystem for suppliers and the addition of new technologies (like virtual reality) give Shopify the ability to offer more value to customers and to take more revenue for itself.Like SQ, SHOP is dearly priced. But both companies have an opportunity to grow into their valuations. And considering long runways for Shopify's adjacent markets, it should keep a high multiple for some time to come. As a stock, if not quite as a company, SHOP has a real chance to follow the AMZN formula for long-term upside.Source: Shutterstock Roku (ROKU)Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) might have the best chance of any company in the U.S. market to follow Amazon's strategic playbook. The ROKU stock price is a concern. But perhaps even more so than Square, Roku now isn't what Roku is going to be in ten years.The hardware business is a loss leader, but one that allows Roku to serve as the gateway to content for millions of customers. As the company pointed out after recent earnings, it's already the third-largest distributor of content in the U.S. The Roku Channel is seeing increasing viewership. It's already up to more than 27 million viewers!The company offers pinpoint targeting of advertisements without the messy data problems afflicting Facebook (NASDAQ:FB). * 9 U.S. Stocks That Are Coming to Life Again Roku is becoming increasingly embedded in TVs, though a deal between Amazon and Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) raised some fears about those software efforts going forward.It has a plan to roll out home entertainment offerings like speakers and soundbars, creating a long-sought integrated experience. It could even, as it grows, look to develop or acquire content itself, positioning Roku not as just a conduit to Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) but a rival.The bull case for Roku stock is that its players are like Amazon's books not a great business on their own, but a way to garner customers and get a foot in the door of the exceedingly valuable media business.What Roku does now that it has entered will determine the fate of ROKU stock. But the amount of options and still a somewhat modest market cap (under $5 billion) mean that betting on its strategy could be a lucrative play.Source: Workday Workday (WDAY)Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY) is starting to look like the enterprise software version of Amazon. Its core HR product has driven huge gains in WDAY stock, which now has a $36 billion market cap. But Workday is just getting started.The company previously announced that it would buy Adaptive Insights to build out its financial planning capabilities. It has already rolled out analytics and PaaS (platform-as-a-service) offerings that add billions to its addressable market.Here, too, valuation looks stretched, to say the least, but the story here still looks attractive. Workday is never going to be as famous as Amazon, or as large. But if its strategy works, it will be as important to, and as embedded with, its corporate customers as Amazon is with its consumers.As of this writing, Vince Martin has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Companies That Could Post Decelerating Profits * 10 A-Rated Stocks the Smart Money Is Piling Into * Mizuho: 7 Long-Term Value Stocks to Buy Now Compare Brokers The post 5 Stocks That Could Be the Next Amazon appeared first on InvestorPlace.