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Fiverr: 5 Qualitative Factors That Could Make It Successful


  • I hadn't heard of Fiverr until recently when my uncle from Pakistan told me about it (more on this in the article).
  • As I looked at the company, I realized there are many great articles on Seeking Alpha that analyze the company quantitatively.
  • Hence, I present an analysis of 5 qualitative factors that lead me to believe the company can be successful long term.
  • The 5 qualitative factors include but are not limited to: the importance of a global marketplace, network effects at play, and whether the company is a "rule-breaker".

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Fiverr (NYSE:FVRR) has been covered multiple times by multiple authors with most pointing to a great growing business with some potential risks and valuation concerns (I agree). Today, I don't want to focus on the financials, competition, or

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I am a long-term investor focused on macro trends that are shaping the future of our world in the next decade. Within those macro trends, I carefully place micro bets keeping in mind patience and discipline required to fully tell the story of growing businesses.https://twitter.com/BullofStDisclosure:All contributions to Seeking Alpha are my opinion and should not be taken as investment advice. Please do your own due diligence prior to making any investment decisions.

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