Fiverr: Even After Recent Pullback, Continue To Be Cautious

Sep. 19, 2021 3:26 PM ETFiverr International Ltd. (FVRR)6 Comments

Summary

  • Fiverr reported a good Q2 though management cut their full-year revenue guidance by 7% as well as lowering their margin guidance.
  • As consumer behavior shifts to pre-pandemic norms as people spend less time online, revenue visibility becomes more difficult and potential less demand for the freelance/gig economy.
  • Valuation remains a little excessive at over 25x forward revenue, with investors already pricing in an aggressive growth and margin recovery.

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Fiverr (NYSE:FVRR) continues to remain one of the leading platforms for freelance workers to connect with buyers. The company has been successful in growing their active user base to 4 million and have demonstrated

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