Why you should continue to invest in (and not bet against) the consumer

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Good morning,

Chances are you will probably have one or more packages arriving to your door this week. It may be medicine for your pets; it could be your groceries. It could be the latest equipment for your home business.  

It doesn’t really matter what it is. The point is not what consumers are buying, it’s the way they’re buying the items they buy. And that’s why investors should be considering eCommerce stocks to buy in 2023 and beyond. 

Here are some statistics. According to a leading research firm, eCommerce revenue is expected to grow from $3.65 trillion in 2023 to $5.58 trillion by 2027. That’s a compound annual growth rate of 11.22%. At that time, the average revenue per user (ARPU) is expected to reach $829.50.  

It’s not that surprising. Most Americans have a computer in their pocket, purse, or car that allows them to make purchases in real time. The global pandemic in 2020 has cemented behaviors into our society.  

And the reality is, the eCommerce sector will only continue to evolve as the internet moves into its next phase, called Web 3.0. Many of the companies on this list are already taking steps to ensure they remain relevant in this constantly evolving sector. But undoubtedly some new names will pop up.  

As investors, it’s up to each of us to pay attention to this market. And that’s why you should count on MarketBeat to help you find opportunities in any market.  

That creates an opportunity for investors. In this special report, we look at seven eCommerce stocks that are not only performing well today but will continue to be good investments for years to come.

View the 7 eCommerce Stocks That Will Keep Delivering for Investors

The InsiderTrades.com Team

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E-commerce stocks pertain to companies that facilitate the buying and selling of goods and services over the internet. Over the past decade, the rise of online shopping has propelled many e-commerce companies to remarkable growth, shifting the retail landscape significantly. Giants in this sector, like Amazon and Alibaba, have established massive global platforms, while niche players target specialized markets or offer unique value propositions, like Etsy or Shopify. 

The e-commerce sector is characterized by its rapid expansion, scalability, and technology-driven efficiencies. As a result, these stocks have been known to offer substantial growth potential. However, the sector is also competitive, with thin margins for some and constant evolution in technology and consumer behavior. Moreover, with increasing global internet penetration and the widespread adoption of smartphones, the potential for further growth remains vast, especially in emerging markets. However, investors should be aware of the risks: changing regulatory environments, intense competition, and technological disruptions can impact profitability. As with any sector, a diversified approach and thorough research are key when considering investment in e-commerce stocks.

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