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2 Top E-Commerce Stocks to Buy in May

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2 Top E-Commerce Stocks to Buy in May
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The stock prices of both eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY) and Pinterest (NYSE: PINS) experienced noticeable declines following their first-quarter earnings reports released in late April. Over the last few years, investors lost interest in eBay as high listing fees and a complicated platform led online sellers to turn to its competitors. More importantly for eBay, the return of Jamie Iannone to the company as CEO in early 2020 signaled a change of direction.

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