Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) (NYSE: BRK.B), with a market value recently topping $600 billion, may not yet be a household name, but its leader of 50-plus years may be: It's run by Warren Buffett. Much is also tied to homes, such as its massive network of realtors and its businesses in flooring, bricks, insulation, and more.
Chewy (NYSE: CHWY), a one-time market darling, is falling out of favor with the market as of late. The fall from grace can be attributed to several reasons, including but not limited to: rising costs for labor and advertising, reopening economies, and supply shortages. As a result, the costs to get people to work for Chewy are rising.
The pandemic has accelerated e-commerce, digital payments, and gaming adoption in emerging markets, and Sea Limited (NYSE: SE) has been a big beneficiary. In this Motley Fool Live segment from "The 5" recorded on Oct. 8, Fool.com contributors Jason Hall and Jeremy Bowman discuss the long-term tailwinds working in Sea's benefit. Jeremy Bowman: I'm going to introduce a third company that has some exposure to Brazil, mostly in Southeast Asia, and that's Sea Limited.