A recent article in Investorplace.com titled “3 Stay-at-Home Stocks to Buy if a Second Wave Hits” suggests the stocks that investors should own in the event of a second wave of COVID-19.
The author explains that investors should be looking at the stocks that have the most to gain when people are stuck inside under quarantine. The three top picks are Shopify (NYSE: SHOP), PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL), and Quidel (NASDAQ: QDEL).
Shopify had a phenomenal second quarter with revenues over $700 million, while analysts forecasted revenues at $511 million, this represents almost 40% above analysts expectations.
PayPal saw its revenues surged 25% with over a 29% increase in total volume, while earnings per share rose by 49% year over year to $1.07.
Quidel is one of the best performing healthcare stocks this year, with its stock growing more than 130%. Quidel produces diagnostic solutions, including COVID tests. During the second quarter revenues rose 86%, and revenues from its Lyra SARS-CoV-2 tests rose over 1,210% from the prior year period.
Here’s a company that the article failed to mention….
(OTC PINK: SNWR)
Independent musicians total 12 million, and make up the fastest growing sector in the music industry. Without the backing of a record label, they often struggle to promote and get their music distributed to the public.
Sanwire Corporation, (OTC Pink: SNWR) through its wholly owned subsidiary, Intercept Music (www.interceptmusic.com), provides independent musicians a platform to distribute and promote their music utilizing a software as a service (SAAS) model. Intercept has a product line that engages artists early in their career, and then stays with them as they grow.
For only $5.95 per month, 12 million independent artists can now distribute for both streaming and downloads, to hundreds of digital retailers worldwide, including Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) iTunes and Apple Music, Spotify (NYSE: SPOT), Amazon Music (NASDAQ: AMZN), Pandora (NASDAQ: SIRI), and Google Music (NASDAQ: GOOG).
This is done in conjunction with Universal Music Group’s (NASDAQ: UMGP) wholly owned subsidiary, Ingrooves.
To augment the music distribution network, Intercept’s online platform allows musicians, for $49.95 per month to launch and execute promotion campaigns to maximize reach and audience growth through all of the major social media outlets including; Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Instagram, Twitter (NASDAQ: TWTR), Tik Tok, and Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) YouTube.
Intercept’s online platform was designed as a DIY service with everything an artist would need on a single platform. However, musicians may elect to use, if invited by the company, the Intercept PLUS label services program once they have at least 10,000 fans and meet other minimums. For this Intercept is generating fees in the form of a percentage of sales.
SNWR’s revenues are generated from multiple sources including subscription fees, revenue/profit sharing fees from merchandise, music distribution, and advertising, playlist curation, and targeted marketing campaigns.
The company just announced that they expanded their physical distribution network to include Amazon International (NASDAQ: AMZN), Target.com (NYSE: TGT), Walmart (NYSE: WMT) BarnesAndNoble.com (NYSE: BKS), and Tower Japan.
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