Carvana CO Cl A (CVNA)
$283.50 19.84 (7.52%)
19:59 EST CVNA Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 9.02B
PE Ratio 4,324.74
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.31M
Day's Range 265.00 - 295.77
52-Week Range 22.16 - 314.56
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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The e-commerce and pandemic narratives sending Carvana stock higher may soon run out of gas. It's time to cash out from CVNA.
Investors are lapping up e-commerce names despite valuation concerns. With earnings on Wednesday afternoon, Carvana stock will show whether that trend holds.
A recent surge in Covid-19 cases has coincided with a sharp uptick in e-commerce spending, so stick with the rally in online retail stocks.
Valuation friction isn't intense enough yet on CVNA stock to offset robust operational tailwinds from low rates and pent-up demand.
Low rates are making these growth stocks look unstoppable, but that doesn't mean you should chase these long-term winners at any price.
CVNA stock has roared back from March lows to an all-time high. While this is a great business, there's no need to rush in at these levels.
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The future of car buying is online, and Carvana is the Amazon of automobile retail. It follows that CVNA stock is a strong buy.
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Bottom line? If you own Carvana stock now, sell into strength. Otherwise, wait for a pullback before buying.
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