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5 Sensational Stocks Focused On Disruptive Innovation

Apr. 04, 2021 12:38 PM ETETSY, FVRR, SFIX, SNAP, W6 Comments
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  • Wayfair is one to watch closely as it continues to disrupt the furniture and home goods market by capturing the secular shift from brick-and-mortar retail.
  • Global e-commerce penetration is still small enough to allow for plenty of winners, and explosive growth suggests a disruptive nature to Etsy's business model.
  • Stitch Fix has found a growing niche in a massive industry, and the company is reinventing, if not disrupting, the shopping experience through one-to-one personalization with its customers.
  • Fiverr is changing how many work in today's modern economy, and its shares are trading below our fair value estimate.
  • Snap is working hard to 'reinvent the camera,' and the company's long runway for growth may be underappreciated by the market.

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