S&P 500   4,590.84 (+1.28%)
DOW   35,417.96 (+1.11%)
QQQ   373.55 (+1.93%)
AAPL   169.28 (+1.83%)
MSFT   310.79 (+2.46%)
FB   326.75 (+2.24%)
GOOGL   2,747.52 (+1.67%)
AMZN   3,149.85 (+0.76%)
TSLA   1,037.82 (+4.24%)
NVDA   255.17 (+1.80%)
BABA   134.29 (+5.13%)
NIO   30.56 (+6.74%)
AMD   127.28 (-0.77%)
CGC   8.08 (+5.76%)
MU   89.76 (-0.27%)
GE   101.61 (+0.98%)
T   27.28 (+0.00%)
F   22.72 (+1.20%)
DIS   152.04 (+1.29%)
AMC   19.12 (+4.37%)
PFE   53.46 (-0.15%)
ACB   5.04 (+3.70%)
BA   220.70 (+1.67%)
S&P 500   4,590.84 (+1.28%)
DOW   35,417.96 (+1.11%)
QQQ   373.55 (+1.93%)
AAPL   169.28 (+1.83%)
MSFT   310.79 (+2.46%)
FB   326.75 (+2.24%)
GOOGL   2,747.52 (+1.67%)
AMZN   3,149.85 (+0.76%)
TSLA   1,037.82 (+4.24%)
NVDA   255.17 (+1.80%)
BABA   134.29 (+5.13%)
NIO   30.56 (+6.74%)
AMD   127.28 (-0.77%)
CGC   8.08 (+5.76%)
MU   89.76 (-0.27%)
GE   101.61 (+0.98%)
T   27.28 (+0.00%)
F   22.72 (+1.20%)
DIS   152.04 (+1.29%)
AMC   19.12 (+4.37%)
PFE   53.46 (-0.15%)
ACB   5.04 (+3.70%)
BA   220.70 (+1.67%)
S&P 500   4,590.84 (+1.28%)
DOW   35,417.96 (+1.11%)
QQQ   373.55 (+1.93%)
AAPL   169.28 (+1.83%)
MSFT   310.79 (+2.46%)
FB   326.75 (+2.24%)
GOOGL   2,747.52 (+1.67%)
AMZN   3,149.85 (+0.76%)
TSLA   1,037.82 (+4.24%)
NVDA   255.17 (+1.80%)
BABA   134.29 (+5.13%)
NIO   30.56 (+6.74%)
AMD   127.28 (-0.77%)
CGC   8.08 (+5.76%)
MU   89.76 (-0.27%)
GE   101.61 (+0.98%)
T   27.28 (+0.00%)
F   22.72 (+1.20%)
DIS   152.04 (+1.29%)
AMC   19.12 (+4.37%)
PFE   53.46 (-0.15%)
ACB   5.04 (+3.70%)
BA   220.70 (+1.67%)
S&P 500   4,590.84 (+1.28%)
DOW   35,417.96 (+1.11%)
QQQ   373.55 (+1.93%)
AAPL   169.28 (+1.83%)
MSFT   310.79 (+2.46%)
FB   326.75 (+2.24%)
GOOGL   2,747.52 (+1.67%)
AMZN   3,149.85 (+0.76%)
TSLA   1,037.82 (+4.24%)
NVDA   255.17 (+1.80%)
BABA   134.29 (+5.13%)
NIO   30.56 (+6.74%)
AMD   127.28 (-0.77%)
CGC   8.08 (+5.76%)
MU   89.76 (-0.27%)
GE   101.61 (+0.98%)
T   27.28 (+0.00%)
F   22.72 (+1.20%)
DIS   152.04 (+1.29%)
AMC   19.12 (+4.37%)
PFE   53.46 (-0.15%)
ACB   5.04 (+3.70%)
BA   220.70 (+1.67%)

7 E-Commerce Stocks That Aren’t Tangled in the Supply Chain - 1 of 7

 

#1 - Etsy (NASDAQ:ETSY)

Etsy logo

One way to get around the supply chain is to reduce the number of links in the chain. And that’s where a company like Etsy (NASDAQ: ETSY) makes sense. Because it’s a peer-to-peer e-commerce site, it may be more appealing to consumers who want unique hand-crafted gifts that will arrive in a reasonable timeframe.

That opinion is shared by Needham analyst, Anna Andreeva, who believes, Etsy is well-positioned to capitalize on the supply chain disruption. Andreeva advised investors to buy ETSY stock on any post-earnings dip. One reason says Andreeva is that “…with 60% of sellers being domestic, we think ETSY’s model wins this Holiday season amidst supply chain disruption.”

ETSY stock is up over 700% since the onset of the pandemic. However, the pandemic seems to have merely acted as an accelerant. Etsy has been growing revenue at an impressive clip over the last three years. With the $532.4 million the company logged in the third quarter, it’s well on pace to eclipse the $2 billion mark this year. And the company is generating impressive free cash flow as its revenue grows.

About Etsy

Etsy, Inc engages in the operation of online marketplace. It offers handmade products such as shoes, clothing, bags, and accessories. It operates through the following geographical segments: United States, United Kingdom, and Other International. The company was founded by Haim Schoppik, Robert Kalin, Jared Tarbell, and Christopher Maguires in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, NY.
Current Price
$170.61
Consensus Rating
Buy
Ratings Breakdown
16 Buy Ratings, 3 Hold Ratings, 1 Sell Ratings.
Consensus Price Target
$249.68 (46.3% Upside)





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