1WF.SG - Wayfair Inc

Stuttgart - Stuttgart Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
+0.30 (+0.75%)
At close: 09:58PM CEST
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Previous Close39.95
Bid40.45 x 260000
Ask40.50 x 260000
Day's Range40.05 - 40.65
52 Week Range27.20 - 71.99
Avg. Volume191
Market CapN/A
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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    This may seem like an inauspicious time to invest in consumer discretionary companies. Wayfair (NYSE: W) and Peloton Interactive (NASDAQ: PTON) have both had success over the years. Wayfair, an e-commerce seller of home-related goods (e.g., furnishings and housewares) did well during the early days of the pandemic.

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    Wayfair: Buy, Sell, or Hold?

    Wayfair (NYSE: W) shares are still down more than 90% from their pandemic-induced 2021 peak, and the company is suggesting that a return to operating profitability is in the near-term cards. There are too many things that could still go wrong for Wayfair and too many other great opportunities to plug into elsewhere. Since its launch back in 2002 and Wayfair.com's launch in 2011, consumers as well as investors have enthusiastically watched -- and even cheered -- the company's efforts to crack into a crowded, complicated market.

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    Prediction: These 2 Struggling Stocks Won't Survive a Recession

    Bad companies can survive when times are good, even if their business models fundamentally don't work. Carvana (NYSE: CVNA) and Wayfair (NYSE: W) made the most of the sky-high demand for used cars and home goods during the pandemic, but the bonanza is now over. Both companies are burning cash and are buried in debt, and neither might make it out of a prolonged recession.

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    Wayfair (NYSE: W) has been one of the most volatile e-commerce stocks over the last few years. The macroeconomic headwinds exposed some vulnerabilities in Wayfair's business, and the company's revenue has fallen -- customers don't have the appetite to spend money on their homes after their spending binge during the pandemic. Wayfair is already ahead of the game.

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    3 Things About Wayfair That Smart Investors Know

    Wayfair (NYSE: W) has been among the worst-performing tech stocks in the current market downturn. Wayfair had been a nearly $20 billion business at the pandemic peak and is now valued at less than $5 billion. A valuation slump of that level doesn't happen unless there are major growth and earnings issues in the underlying business.

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    Where Will Wayfair Stock Be in 1 Year?

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    1 E-Commerce Stock You Might Want to Run Far Away from

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  • Reuters

    IKEA plans new U.S. stores in $2.2 billion push to challenge Walmart and Wayfair

    IKEA stores owner Ingka Group will spend 2 billion euros ($2.2 billion) expanding in the United States over the next three years, its biggest investment in a single country, in a bet to win American customers as other big-box retailers close stores. Sweden's IKEA, which opened its first U.S. store in 1985, near Philadelphia, is seeking to win market share in the U.S. as cash-strapped consumers look for more affordable products. "It is in all the states across the U.S. where we see opportunities, but I would say in particular the South, where we see big demand that we have not so far been able to respond to," said Tolga Öncü, head of IKEA Retail at Ingka Group.

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    1 Beaten-Down Stock That Could Soar 227% According to Wall Street

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    Was the Q4 2022 Earnings Report the Beginning of the End for Wayfair Stock?

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    For Wayfair, It's Like the Pandemic Never Happened

    Wayfair (NYSE: W) pioneered the art of losing gobs of money selling furniture and other home goods online before the pandemic. While the company's revenue was growing at a brisk pace prior to early 2020, every other metric was moving in the wrong direction. In 2019, Wayfair posted a net loss of nearly $1 billion on $9.1 billion of revenue, and free cash flow was just shy of -$600 million.