London, UK, 4th Dec 2021, ZEXPRWIREThe broker from InfinityCapitalG has three stock ideas for your exploration. These beaten-down stocks could be an opportunity at these levels! First up: fintech (or “buy now pay later”). Second deals with robotic process automation (RPA). They are thirdly pivoting their long-term business model from social media into the metaverse.

1. Fintech

Industry: Financial Technology (Fintech) Revenues are flat Technology is changing rapidly.

Stock Performance -14%  

52 Week Stock Performance -37%  

Price to Earnings Ratio 0-20x 

Dividend Yield 0%

Institutional Ownership 98% 

Programmable Self Driving Cars

Market Size Estimated at $100B by 2025, thus making the need for self-driving car insurance a necessity. The broker sees an opportunity here because it currently represents ~$1T market value in personal assets around the world. Currently, there are only two players in this space, or rather each company has its own proprietary model/methodology (with no visibility). The broker believes there is room for one more player to offer choice, with confidence in their model. Because of how fintech is valued (usually by users/total addressable market), the management team at The broker think this company’s valuation would be between 3-5x revenues (using recent IPO of $1B Uber). 

Their research shows that this company is undervalued in the context of potential future revenue streams currently unmonetized. More importantly, they see growth opportunities stemming from using blockchain technology.

2. RPA – Robotic Process Automation   

Industry: software

Revenues are growing Technology is changing rapidly.

Stock Performance -20% 

52 Week Stock Performance +7% 

Price to Earnings Ratio 11x-12.5x 

Dividend Yield 0%   

Institutional Ownership 95%.”    

“RPA is a market where smaller companies tend to grow faster than the big players. The broker believes this is due to their lack of legacy, lower cost of capital and a nimble mindset. He sees a bright future ahead for RPA software companies given that they are going up against slow-moving, risk-averse incumbents who have already been disrupted by new Technology before (think – Microsoft vs Apple). In addition, they see demand from banks/financial institutions as well as legal/accounting firms as a huge opportunity. Getting RPA to work seamlessly with other fintech such as Robo-advisors and blockchain will be key to achieving the new growth trajectory of the company. 

3. PayPal

PayPal is a company that has been on the cutting edge of digital currency, starting out as an e-commerce platform in 1998. Nowadays, they offer many services for both personal and business use, including PayPal Credit to help people get back into debt faster with more manageable payments schedules!

PayPal was first created by Mitchell Gitioni on October 8th 1997, when he opened up shop after noticing there were no easy solutions online at the time – just some crooked sites trapping consumers’ credit card numbers or banks charging hefty fees if you wanted your money instantly without any strings attached… but don’t worry because now things are different thanks largely due to this innovative player who set out not only provide better security and a more favorable experience but ultimately to just “do things better.”

The company has not been without its problems, though. Back in 2016, they were the victim of a massive security breach that left over a million customers’ credit card information vulnerable to cybercriminals and identity thieves. It took them six months to even notify customers of this breach after it happened, which raised some serious questions about their commitment from consumers at the time. In any case, PayPal has since bounced back from this incident and is on track for an excellent 2018… especially with stock prices near all-time highs!

…and what else would you expect from a company that was founded by Elon Musk? The new Tesla Roadster will be one of the fastest production cars ever made, one so fast it will even be capable of beating the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. The goal is to build a car that can go 0-60 in 1.9 seconds and 0-100mph in 4.2 seconds! That’s faster than a Formula 1 racecar! It also has an estimated top speed of over 250mph!

So, needless to say, this breathtaking supercar will come at quite a price: $200,000 or more depending on what options you want – which apparently includes things like LED lights and electronic car doors… because why not? Not only that, but Tesla claims the Roadster drives better than any other production car they’ve ever made despite being fully electric with no transmission… which is quite the claim considering the new Tesla Roadster will be able to go more than 400 miles on a full charge.

…or maybe you’d prefer an even faster car that’s also fully electric like the upcoming 2020 Porsche Taycan (formerly known as the Mission E). A brand new completely redesigned sports car about half the weight of their traditional models but still light enough to not require any extra power from its engine. It’ll go 0-60 in around 3 seconds and reach 155mph with a range of 310 miles between charges – which is all thanks to their groundbreaking 800v charging technology (finally!)

This could easily be one of the best stocks to buy now because it’s only going up from here.

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