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For years now, it has seemed like any stock associated with a software-as-a-service company (SaaS) company could do no wrong. Once this powerful business model reaches a certain tipping point in scale, cash flows grow by leaps and bounds. Not every SaaS company will succeed, and when looking toward the future, you want to be invested in the ones that provide tools that companies cannot live without.
The data visualization firm is priced for perfection, but it could still have plenty of room to run.
Penny stocks, which usually means stocks issued by small companies that trade for less than $5 per share, often attract speculative investors who have been given promises of big returns within a short time. Most penny stocks aren't much better than lottery tickets, or some of the "meme stocks" that recently caught on fire on Reddit. Instead of chasing penny stocks, let's examine three growth stocks that offer better opportunities for investors who can stomach some near-term volatility: Pinterest (NYSE: PINS), Datadog (NASDAQ: DDOG), and Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ: PTON).