|Bid||161.73 x 900|
|Ask||161.82 x 900|
|Day's Range||157.55 - 165.33|
|52 Week Range||89.35 - 176.60|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 30, 2018 - May 4, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||161.39|
Shopify's (SHOP) focus on developing merchant base, addition of new functionalities, rich partner ecosystem and mobile focus are key catalysts.
The fading cryptocurrency craze and the underwhelming financial performance of the company’s retail division have kept investors worried. Cryptocurrencies have always been looked at with skepticism by regulatory authorities due to security risks. Overstock is looking to divest its online retail operations to become a blockchain-focused company along with its subsidiaries tZero and Medici Ventures.
AR/VR (augmented reality and virtual reality) is still in its early stages of development. But recently, there have been signs that companies are ready to embrace the technology.
Shares of Shopify (NASDAQ:SHOP) have been on fire lately. While the stock is up more than 60% so far on the year, SHOP is up almost 20% over the past month alone. From its lows earlier this month, Shopify stock price is up 22%.
Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) gained 5% over the past five trading days before today, closing yesterday at $164.60, one of the highest levels Shopify stock has seen over the past 52 weeks. “Fans of the Shopify story need to remain very patient here, letting the euphoria and subsequent lull run their full course,” Brumley stated in an article published on Sept. 10. Translation: If you’re long Shopify stock, you better throw that stock certificate in a drawer for the next three to five years because otherwise you’re likely to give yourself an ulcer.
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Augmented reality (or AR) is still in its nascent stages of development. The company announced on Monday, September 17, that it has added support for one of Apple’s (AAPL) ARKit2 features, AR Quick Look. Shopify merchants can now use the tools to upload 3D versions of their products.
Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) wants you to know that they aren’t killing small retailers. Instead, they are enabling them and helping bolster Amazon stock at the same time. The ecommerce behemoth has long been credited with pioneering the Retail Apocalypse, wherein several small to medium sized retailers (and even a few big ones) succumbed to Amazon’s market share gains.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 19, 2018 / Amazon and Shopify both saw gains on Tuesday on separate developments. Traders may still be reacting positively to a note from KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst Monika Garg from over the weekend about Shopify while also responding to Amazon scoring at the Emmy Awards on Monday and a CNBC report saying the company will launch at least eight Alexa powered devices by the end of 2018. Shopify Inc. shares closed up almost 6% on Tuesday with around 1.7 million shares traded.
A relatively unknown company has struck a major deal with Apple, and is now seeking to earn a remarkable $3,750 per square foot per year in what can be seen as a unique real estate play
This allows users to place 3D objects using AR, and now ecommerce platform Shopify is taking advantage of the feature for everyday shoppers. Using AR Quick Look, Shopify has been able to develop its own AR tools that allow small businesses using its platform to create 3D models of their products. Using Safari on an iOS 12 device, potential customers can then use AR to place these objects around their home or in the environment they will be used.
Ryan McQueeney touches on the trade war's latest tariff threats and a key FDA approval for Teva Pharmaceuticals. He also highlights two surprising companies which might have a chance to profit from the marijuana boom. Later, Ryan previews Oracle and FedEx's earnings reports.
Shopify is leaning on phone-based AR to make online purchases look a little more lifelike for users. The Canadian commerce company announced today they have added support for AR Quick Look, one of Apple's new features from ARKit 2, which will be going live with iOS 12 later today and will be available for integrations with the 600,000 merchants currently on their platform. While viewing goods like this was possible in the past iteration of ARKit, with this integration, users won't need to download another app -- they can check out the products in AR with a lot less friction.
As recreational cannabis becomes legal in Canada starting next month, Shopify Inc. is emerging as the place to get it. Several Canadian provinces have picked Shopify to run their e-commerce websites and the company has also signed deals with marijuana companies including Canopy Growth Corp., KeyBanc says. Cannabis is an “opportunity no one is talking about,” analyst Monika Garg writes.
Shares of the e-commerce platform operator have soared 500% since the start of 2016, and one analyst sees more gains coming.
When recreational cannabis sales begin in Canada next month, Shopify Inc (NYSE: SHOP ) could rise on a secondhand high. The Rating KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst Monika Garg maintained an Overweight ...
On Thursday, President Donald Trump instructed aides to carry on with $200 billion tariffs against Chinese goods. “Between high corporate profits, stock buybacks, and muted interest rates, there’s still an underlying bid to the market no matter how you slice it. Shopify's stock moved 0.47% lower Friday, to close the day at $154.77.
An online retailer of handcrafted goods, Etsy’s (ETSY) stock price has risen 147.2% this year to $50.55 on September 13. Etsy has held its ground despite Amazon’s entry into the crafts space. Among Etsy’s peers, Shopify (SHOP) is up 54.0% to $155.50 YTD (year-to-date) as of September 13, while Wayfair (W) is up 84.4% to $148.08.
The culprit remains the lingering jitters over trade, as the world awaits Trump’s next move -- WSJ reports that fresh tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports are coming soon (following our scoop from Friday), though potentially at a lower rate of ~10% versus the prior announced rate of 25% -- as well as the retaliation from China, including the possibility that talks between the two sides will fizzle out as a result of any new action. Early movers to stay on top of include Teva (+6.2%) on migraine drug approval, Tesla (-0.7%) after Musk tweets the company has "gone from production hell to delivery logistics hell," Micron (-1.6%) as analysts weigh in ahead of Thursday’s earnings, those Chinese ADRs NIO and Qutoutiao (+2% and +13%, respectively) as the post-IPO madness ensues, the H&M ADR HNNMY after shares in Stockholm surged the most in sixteen years (+13%) on better-than-expected sales growth, and keep tabs on the Macau-exposed casinos (think Las Vegas Sands, Wynn, MGM, Melco) on potential impact from Typhoon Mangkhut.
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Shopify (SHOP) has redesigned its app store to make it easier for merchants to discover and install apps they can use to make more sales and generate more profits. Shopify decided on the need for the app store redesign after it noted that 85% of its merchants rely on apps to run their online stores. Running an online marketplace such as Shopify is big business.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 13, 2018 / U.S. markets were mixed on Wednesday as technology shares declined, dragging the Nasdaq into the red. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed 0.11 percent to close at 25,998.92, while the S&P 500 Index jumped 0.04 percent to close at 2,888.92. The Nasdaq Composite Index dropped 0.23 percent to close at 7,954.23.