S&P 500   5,137.18 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,092.88 (+0.25%)
QQQ   445.89 (+1.57%)
AAPL   179.64 (-0.61%)
MSFT   415.71 (+0.50%)
META   502.61 (+2.55%)
GOOGL   137.24 (-0.88%)
AMZN   178.62 (+1.05%)
TSLA   202.96 (+0.53%)
NVDA   820.71 (+3.74%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   201.84 (+4.84%)
BABA   74.75 (+0.97%)
T   17.02 (+0.53%)
F   12.41 (-0.24%)
MU   95.20 (+5.07%)
CGC   3.20 (-2.74%)
GE   158.71 (+1.16%)
DIS   112.05 (+0.42%)
AMC   4.38 (+1.39%)
PFE   26.57 (+0.04%)
PYPL   60.61 (+0.45%)
XOM   105.80 (+1.22%)
S&P 500   5,137.18 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,092.88 (+0.25%)
QQQ   445.89 (+1.57%)
AAPL   179.64 (-0.61%)
MSFT   415.71 (+0.50%)
META   502.61 (+2.55%)
GOOGL   137.24 (-0.88%)
AMZN   178.62 (+1.05%)
TSLA   202.96 (+0.53%)
NVDA   820.71 (+3.74%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   201.84 (+4.84%)
BABA   74.75 (+0.97%)
T   17.02 (+0.53%)
F   12.41 (-0.24%)
MU   95.20 (+5.07%)
CGC   3.20 (-2.74%)
GE   158.71 (+1.16%)
DIS   112.05 (+0.42%)
AMC   4.38 (+1.39%)
PFE   26.57 (+0.04%)
PYPL   60.61 (+0.45%)
XOM   105.80 (+1.22%)
S&P 500   5,137.18 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,092.88 (+0.25%)
QQQ   445.89 (+1.57%)
AAPL   179.64 (-0.61%)
MSFT   415.71 (+0.50%)
META   502.61 (+2.55%)
GOOGL   137.24 (-0.88%)
AMZN   178.62 (+1.05%)
TSLA   202.96 (+0.53%)
NVDA   820.71 (+3.74%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   201.84 (+4.84%)
BABA   74.75 (+0.97%)
T   17.02 (+0.53%)
F   12.41 (-0.24%)
MU   95.20 (+5.07%)
CGC   3.20 (-2.74%)
GE   158.71 (+1.16%)
DIS   112.05 (+0.42%)
AMC   4.38 (+1.39%)
PFE   26.57 (+0.04%)
PYPL   60.61 (+0.45%)
XOM   105.80 (+1.22%)
S&P 500   5,137.18 (+0.80%)
DOW   39,092.88 (+0.25%)
QQQ   445.89 (+1.57%)
AAPL   179.64 (-0.61%)
MSFT   415.71 (+0.50%)
META   502.61 (+2.55%)
GOOGL   137.24 (-0.88%)
AMZN   178.62 (+1.05%)
TSLA   202.96 (+0.53%)
NVDA   820.71 (+3.74%)
NIO   5.78 (+0.52%)
AMD   201.84 (+4.84%)
BABA   74.75 (+0.97%)
T   17.02 (+0.53%)
F   12.41 (-0.24%)
MU   95.20 (+5.07%)
CGC   3.20 (-2.74%)
GE   158.71 (+1.16%)
DIS   112.05 (+0.42%)
AMC   4.38 (+1.39%)
PFE   26.57 (+0.04%)
PYPL   60.61 (+0.45%)
XOM   105.80 (+1.22%)

7 E-Commerce Stocks That Aren’t Tangled in the Supply Chain

 
E-commerce is being identified as a prime contributor to our current supply chain difficulties. Flush with cash during the pandemic, many Americans took to shopping online as part of their new normal. Demand quickly outpaced supply, particularly as many factories were dealing with labor shortages due to Covid-19 restrictions.

While that may oversimplify the problem with the global supply chain, there’s little doubt that e-commerce transactions have made an impact. In fact, e-commerce was one of the fastest-growing segments of the economy prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s part of the continuing digitization of the economy. And that makes it a segment that investors can’t afford to ignore.

Just how much of an impact does e-commerce make? In 2020 alone, there were 454 billion transactions worldwide totaling $4.2 trillion in sales. But that only tells part of the story. As big as that number is, it makes up less than 20% (17.8%) of all retail sales worldwide. A large number of those transactions go through Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN).

However, if you missed out on buying Amazon when it was still “just” an online bookseller, you may find a share price of over $3,000 per share a little tough to swallow. That’s why we’ve put together this special presentation. We’ve identified seven companies that are likely to perform well despite the current supply chain crisis and have business models that will be sustainable even when supply and demand get back into balance.

Click the "Continue to Slide #1" button to view the first company.