SHOP Stock: Buy Shopify Stock on the Road to $1,500

What Happened to the Shopify Stock Price Today?

  • Shopify (NYSE:SHOP) stock popped more than 10% on Wednesday after the e-commerce solutions provider reported very strong first-quarter 2021 numbers, topping the Street’s revenue and profit expectations.
  • SHOP stock is now up 18% year-to-date, 104% over the past year, and 910% over the past three years.

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Why SHOP Stock Beat Earnings

  • Shopify’s Q1 earnings report was stellar.
  • Across the board, every key performance indicator (KPI) accelerated at Shopify in early 2021.
  • Gross merchandise value (GMV) growth accelerated to 114%. Merchant revenue growth accelerated to 137%, paced by the big GMV growth.
  • Subscription revenue growth accelerated to 71%, paced by healthy merchant growth.
  • Total revenue growth accelerated to 110%. Gross margins expanded. Narrow operating losses swung to a huge operating profit.
  • It was an excellent quarter and it’s no wonder SHOP stock popped in response.

Does It Matter to Shopify Stock Holders?

  • The market has grown increasingly concerned that many of 2020’s biggest winners — the stocks that benefitted from stay-at-home and social distancing orders, like e-commerce stocks, digital media stocks, and work-from-home stocks — will see their red-hot growth rates cool off in 2021 as the pandemic subsides and consumer behavior normalizes.
  • We are seeing this happening in digital media stocks. Pinterest (NYSE:PINS), Snap (NYSE:SNAP), and Spotify (NYSE:SPOT) all hinted at signs of slowing user growth in early 2021.
  • But it’s not happening in e-commerce stocks, or with SHOP stock.
  • Instead, Shopify’s growth trajectory improved in early 2021.
  • This speaks to the durability of the e-commerce trend. The reality is that folks prefer to shop online, so even though they can shop in-stores again, they are mostly sticking with the online channel.
  • The staying power of the e-commerce shift adds significant firepower to the Shopify growth narrative.
  • Long-term, this company will turn into the technology backbone of the entire retail market.
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SHOP Stock Price Forecast

  • Shopify stock is a long-term winner.
  • The only two things that can stop this stock in the interim is a slowing growth trajectory or an extended valuation.
  • The growth trajectory isn’t slowing. It’s accelerating. No need to worry there.
  • The valuation is rich. But not too rich. So long as Shopify maintains its stellar growth, SHOP stock will keep moving higher.
  • We see shares pushing above $1,500 in 2021.

Shopify stock is one of the market’s best long-term growth investments. The company’s Q1 earnings report simply confirmed this reality.

But the big gains in SHOP stock have already happened. That is, shares will go higher from here … but they won’t skyrocket.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have bought SHOP stock back in 2017? Well, I told folks to do just that … and now, those who listened are sitting on 13X gains.

But now, my attention has turned to a new class of emerging technology stocks, which could be like buying Shopify back in 2017. I’ve put all these up-and-coming, next-gen tech stocks into one portfolio in my exclusive, venture-capital-style research platform, Innovation Investor.

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On the date of publication, Luke Lango did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.

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