Grab is set to list on the NYSE in one of the biggest ever SPAC mergers, putting Southeast Asian tech back in investors’ targets.
This rising technology stock has outperformed the market in 2020 and could continue to do so in the future.
The pandemic has turned online shopping from a convenience to a necessity, so is it time to start investing in e-commerce?
These future relevant companies have excellent long term potential in expanding markets, but why should you buy now and hold forever?
These companies are likely to be a lot bigger in 2040 — and make patient investors a ton of money along the way.
As a leader in e-commerce and gaming as well as branching out into financial services, Sea Limited is a hot stock to watch as it conquers Southeast Asia.
In the popular e-commerce market will Wish’s IPO give it the space to grow, or is this sector too crowded for a newcomer to flourish?
Earnings season is far from over and this week sees some big retailers show their books, along with Asian stocks and a red-hot chip maker.
It might not be a household name yet, but Sea Ltd has taken an important market by storm with its e-commerce and payment solutions offerings.
This relatively unknown company has returned more than 500% since its IPO in 2017, but who are they, and why have they drawn comparisons to MercadoLibre?