Lyft Inc Cl A (LYFT)
$38.12 0.34 (0.90%)
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Previous Close $38.12
Market Cap -
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 9.37M
Day's Range 35.86 - 38.12
52-Week Range 35.00 - 88.60
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Lyft lost 45% in 2019. Some see Lyft stock recovering in 2020. But if you see more tough times ahead, buy these two stocks instead.
Lyft stock doesn't look that good, from a technical perspective. Further, Uber stock looks better on the charts and could turn profitable.
By Thomas Niel
It's tough to see the Lyft stock price making big moves in 2020. As I've said before, if you want to buy a ride-share stock, Uber may be a better opportunity. Otherwise, wait things out until LYFT stock offers a more compelling entry point.
Gear up for what the new year holds in terms of biotech stocks and new IPOs with Matt McCall's list of 2020 predictions.
As January 2020 looms, California’s AB5 – which has inspired similar actions from other states – presents risks to the LYFT stock price. However, the inane nature of the bill likely makes it a temporary headwind.
Stabilizing growth trends and narrowing losses should converge on a relatively discounted valuation to drive LYFT stock higher in 2020.
At the end of September, Lyft had 22.3 million active riders. It generated $42.82 in revenue per active rider, $9.19 more than in the same quarter a year earlier and $3.06 greater than in the second quarter.
IPO stocks were on fire to start the year, but they've since lost some momentum, and these five stocks are a big reason why.
A clear path to profitability with positive adjusted EBITDA expected in 2021. Increase in fares should help in improving margins.
The performance of LYFT, at least relative to expectations, has been spectacular in recent quarters. But Lyft stock has struggled badly.
Don’t buy shares yet, but solid earnings and a supportive price chart make Lyft stock a name to put on the radar for a couple risk-adjusted long entries.
Lyft stock price is certainly much cheaper nowadays. But that does not mean it’s time to buy Lyft stock.
Marching towards cash flow profitability, Lyft stock becomes more valuable. Now that Lyft has posted two full quarters of positive cash flow from operations, Lyft stock is gaining value.
Both Uber stock and LYFT represent practical ways to profit from the on-demand sharing economy. However, your patience and tolerance for risk will dictate which one you buy.
Investors who don’t yet have a position in Lyft stock may want to wait for Q4 results before buying the shares of the ridesharing provider.
Lyft stock or Uber stock? Analysts remain split over which of the ride-sharing companies is the better play in the long-term.