$145.01 0.63 (0.43%)
19:59 EDT SQ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $145.01
Market Cap 42.05B
PE Ratio -763.21
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.89M
Day's Range 141.64 - 149.13
52-Week Range 32.33 - 170.61
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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In the latest mini-correction of tech stocks, Square has seen its shares lose their momentum. If you own SQ stock, it’s time to buy more.
With the onset of the novel coronavirus, a migration to digital commerce provided a tailwind to SQ stock which should persist for a while.
With the boom in digital payment since the start of the pandemic, SQ stock saw outsized gains from its consumer-facing Cash App.
Square's Cash App will bring in billions in revenue as the business scales over the next few years. Buy SQ stock at a discount today.
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But, it's not all over yet. With the pandemic accelerating "future of payments" trends, don't consider today's strong performing a one time thing. With tailwinds fueling megatrends, now's the time to buy SQ stock.
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Working from home has been a blessing in disguise for SQ stock. And while small business activity is down, the company's Cash App is booming.
Despite it's run-up this year, SQ stock is still a strong play for long-term investors
Square is likely to keep on rising as Cash App takes over its growth. SQ stock is likely to triple over the next three to four years, as Cash App pushes its valuation close to PayPal's.
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SQ stock could rocket to $200 before the year is out. After all, Square is still one of the most disruptive stocks in the world.
Entering this year, e-commerce accounted for 11.8% of all U.S. retail sales, indicating that there's plenty of room for growth and a favorable runway for payments equities. In May alone, domestic online retail sales shattered figures from the 2019 holiday shopping season.
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