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The coronavirus pandemic has made life difficult for businesses that rely on in-store traffic and those that sell products and services that aren't considered essential. Viemed Healthcare (NASDAQ: VMD) is a company that sells ventilators, so it's no surprise that it's been soaring this year, up over 50% year to date as the S&P 500 has fallen 4%. There's been concern that there may not be enough ventilators to help patients with COVID-19.
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Square (NYSE: SQ) and Wayfair (NYSE: W) are in different industries, but they share the common goal of allowing people to do things online that they used to have to do in person. For now, though, things seem to be working in Wayfair's favor.
Shares of online home-goods retailer Wayfair (NYSE: W) were trading higher on Wednesday afternoon, as the company geared up for a major Fourth of July sale. As of 3 p.m. EDT, Wayfair's shares were up about 12% from Tuesday's closing price. Despite a steep decline in March amid the outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States, Wayfair's stock has gained more than 140% since the beginning of 2020.
Here we discuss five momentum Internet stocks that are well-poised to flourish amid the new normal lifestyle owing to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rise in new cases is acting as a hurdle following the reopening of the economy. Several companies have extended work-from-home order. This is set to aid remote working and online retail stocks.
Wayfair, H&E Equipment Services, Tesla, HollyFrontier and Phillips 66 highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
Wayfair has skyrocketed during the coronavirus economy, with W shares up 650% since March 20. And investors might want to consider buying the e-commerce giant as a longer-term play...
Groupon (GRPN) first-quarter 2020 results reflect a weak North America performance, sluggish Travel domain due to coronavirus crisis, lower traffic and stiff competition in the Goods category.
E-commerce looks an enticing investment space owing to surging online sales. Here is a sneak peek of four e-commerce stocks that hold promise.
Consumer confidence sees an uptick in early June as an improved jobs outlook uplifts consumers' spirits. This bullish sentiment is aided by the reopening of businesses and the renewed hiring spree.
A cruise line stock and a high-tech lifesaver are among five investments that have shown a knack for bouncing back after getting knocked down.
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