|会社名||Shopify Inc （SHOP ショッピファイ）|
|概要||事業概要 ショッピファイ（Shopify Inc.）は中小企業向けクラウドベースの商取引プラットフォームの提供に従事する。同社のプラットフォームを通じて、ユーザーは独自のオンラインストアを開設する。小売商はそのプラットフォームを介してウェブ、モバイル、ソーシャルメディア、ブリック・アンド・モルタル（B&M）ロケーション、及びポップアップショップ等複数の販売チャネルにわたって自分の店舗を設計・設置・管理する。同社のプラットフォームは小売商向けに業務の単一ビューを提供する。小売商はまた、そのプラットフォームを介して製品のアップロード、設計のカスタマイズ、クレジットカードの受け入れ、及び受注状況と完了した取引の一覧を含む店舗の全面的管理を行う。ユーザーはそのプラットフォームを通じて電子機器、スポーツ用品、家具と食品等を販売する。同社のプラットフォームは900以上のアプリケーション提供している。 ショッピファイは、コマ―ス・プラットフォ―ムを提供するカナダの会社。中小企業向けに設計されたクラウドベ―スのコマ―ス・プラットフォ―ムを提供し、加盟店に対してウェブ、タブレット、モバイル店舗、ソ―シャルメディアの店舗、実店舗、期間限定店舗など複数の販売網での店舗の設計、開設、および商品、在庫、注文処理、支払いなどの管理を可能にする。 Shopify is a leading global commerce company, providing trusted tools to start, grow, market, and manage a retail business of any size. Shopify makes commerce better for everyone with a platform and services that are engineered for reliability, while delivering a better shopping experience for consumers everywhere. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, Shopify powers over one million businesses in more than 175 countries and is trusted by brands such as Allbirds, Gymshark, PepsiCo, Staples and many more.|
|代表者氏名||Tobias Albin Lutke|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer Co-Founder|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Shopify Inc (US) revenues increased 59% to $1.07B. Net loss increased 61% to $64.6M. Revenues reflect United States segment increase of 58% to $755.5M Rest of World segment increase of 83% to $129.5M. Higher net loss reflects Sales and marketing - Balancing value increase of 51% to $321.7M (expense) Research and development - Balancing increase of 72% to $166.1M (expense).|
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Shopify will undergo a vote for a 10-to-1 stock split on June 7. Read more on what this move means for SHOP stock short term and long term.
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Look, we get it. The performance of growth stocks has been abysmal lately! Regardless of whether they’re good or bad, names have been abandoned without a care. Many of the top growth stocks have been completely waxed, falling 70% or more from the highs. The low-quality names have seen even larger declines — if you can believe that. However, not only did many of these stocks not deserve to fall quite this far, but many of them recently reported strong earnings results. At times though, the market and its participants can be completely irrational. They sell good news because they feel bearish. It works in the opposite direction as well. Meaning, they can buy up companies on mediocre results because they feel overwhelmingly bullish. This is even more frustrating when we’ve seen a significant selloff leading up to the event. For many investors, it feels unfair. However, patience can win out and we can use these occasions to weed out the good businesses from the bad. 7 Oversold Value Stocks to Buy for June So let’s look at a trio of growth stocks that reported strong results, but don’t seem to be getting enough credit for it.
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