DoorDash, Inc. Class A (DASH)

214.07
NYSE
Prev Close 212.43
Day Low/High 212.48 / 217.55
52 Wk Low/High 110.13 / 256.09
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 337.94B
Market Cap 71.79B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Hop in or wait for another ride?

There are not one but two things at work with this company and this stock.

Brick and Mortar strikes back.

While I don't want to anticipate, there's enough here for a starter position.

We just got hit with a two-by-four, but in your daze, don't confuse this retailer's report with the entire market and economy.

These guys are aware that the U.S. was energy independent less than a year and a half ago, right?

They are all chasing the same people, the millennials.

Plus, we take a deeper dive into the second-quarter GDP numbers.

I smell a delicious opportunity in HBIS, but see possible ingredients for future indigestion for those with low risk tolerance.

In many respects, the Monday's action was a rerun of the standard COVID trade.

Strong performance has pushed the Singapore state investor's assets to record levels. But its cross-border scope is increasingly difficult to maintain.

Avoid the long side of GDRX until we see evidence of a durable bottom.

It's unusual to find a growth stock with the potential for revenue increases that's already making money.

Only the fools rush in to stocks they can't put a value on. Don't be one of them.

If you had missed these last two days you may have missed 48 hours of the most important gains of the year.

Let's check on the charts of DASH.

The market seems to rejoice from the latest mask utterance out of the CDC, but the action at the Nasdaq should give traders pause.

I usually buy the dip on big 'down' days. On Wednesday I did buy the dip -- but only in gold.

Bring back the gold standard? Whatever nation that did so would instantly have the most highly desired currency on the planet.

Welcome to the 'new' old world -- the world we had before all the new people and their money came into the market.

Think of Grab as a combination of Lyft, DoorDash, and PayPal.

When GameStop filed to sell 3.5 million shares, the notion that Ryan Cohen had something up his sleeve went out the window.

Stay focused and look for opportunity.

Right now the newfound prevailing wisdom is clobbering the old kind and those who cling to the latter are destined to be run over.

The rebellion against concept investing I think is not done but it will be if we get twice the GDP growth than we have had.

Buyers of DASH are not being aggressive.

Maybe it will be viewed as the ultimate 'opening' story because restaurants might soon come back.

As an early vaccinator I can tell you that you can make money from these strange things provided you do them before everybody gets the jab.

When investing in a stock, it's not really that import why it's moving. Here's what is important to ask.