Got $3,000? 3 Growth Stocks to Buy That Could Skyrocket

Buy low, sell high. It takes money to make money. If you don’t have a lot of cash, these adages could convince you not to invest right now with stock market valuations at a premium. However…

there are still stocks that have tremendous growth potential. And you don’t need a huge amount of money to buy them. If you’ve got $3,000, here are three growth stocks to buy that could skyrocket.

1. Fiverr

COVID-19 opened the door for many individuals and businesses to rethink how they work. This seems likely to accelerate the already growing increase of freelancing. Few companies are as well-positioned to profit from this trend as Fiverr (NYSE:FVRR).

Fiverr’s online platform matches freelancers with buyers of digital services. The company charges a 5.5% service fee to buyers and takes one-fifth of the transaction amount charged by the freelancer.

This business model has worked really well for Fiverr. The company’s revenue has soared more than 260% over the past five years. Fiverr delivered exceptionally strong third-quarter results with revenue jumping 42% year over year.

Even better, Fiverr still has a massive growth opportunity ahead. The company estimates that its addressable market stands at close to $115 billion annually. Fiverr currently claims only a fraction of a percent of this market. This stock could easily be a five-bagger or more by the end of the decade.

2. MongoDB

Every time you do anything on the internet, it creates more data. And that data has to be stored somewhere. Increasingly more of the data is stored in the cloud. MongoDB (NASDAQ:MDB) offers what is arguably the best cloud-based database platform around.

Sales for that platform — Atlas — skyrocketed 83% year over year in the second quarter. MongoDB continues to roll out new features that attract more customers. The company’s CEO, Dev Ittycheria, wasn’t exaggerating when he said in September, “It is becoming increasingly clear that the fastest and most compelling way to build modern applications is to use MongoDB.”

The main knock against MongoDB is that its shares are expensive, trading at nearly 50 times sales. By comparison, none of the so-called FAANG stocks have price-to-sales multiples above 11, with most of them in the single digits.

MongoDB has much better growth prospects than the…


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