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Follow this list to discover and track stocks in the e-commerce industry.
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Follow this list to discover and track stocks in the e-commerce industry. As businesses and market trends are shifting online, e-commerce will continue to play a big role and grow rapidly. These businesses are exposed to a huge market and, while competition is becoming more fierce, those with a large market share tend to stay affluent and strong.
The list includes stocks priced at $5 or more with a three-month average daily trading volume in excess of 200,000 shares. This list is generated daily and sorted by market cap; the gains are based on the latest closing price and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.
This watchlist is similar to a discontinued watchlist called ‘Couch Commerce’.
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|Watchlist||Change today||1-month return||1-year return||Total return|
|Symbol||Company name||Last price||Change||% change||Market time||Volume||Avg vol (3-month)||Market cap|
|AMZN||Amazon.com, Inc.||100.25||+3.01||+3.10%||4:00 pm GMT-4||49.66M||68.77M||1,022.72B|
|BABA||Alibaba Group Holding Limited||99.92||+1.52||+1.54%||4:01 pm GMT-4||53.63M||23.69M||264.98B|
|PDD||PDD Holdings Inc.||72.86||+0.02||+0.03%||4:00 pm GMT-4||8.21M||9.55M||92.12B|
|JD||JD.com, Inc.||41.18||-0.37||-0.89%||4:00 pm GMT-4||7.49M||9.13M||73.57B|
|MELI||MercadoLibre, Inc.||1224.88||+28.14||+2.35%||4:00 pm GMT-4||373.95k||544.17k||61.61B|
|SE||Sea Limited||85.56||+3.81||+4.66%||4:00 pm GMT-4||5.71M||5.55M||48.06B|
|CPNG||Coupang, Inc.||15.67||+0.45||+2.96%||4:00 pm GMT-4||4.51M||7.51M||27.74B|
|EBAY||eBay Inc.||43.63||+0.76||+1.77%||4:00 pm GMT-4||3.59M||4.93M||23.68B|
|CHWY||Chewy, Inc.||37.3||+1.76||+4.95%||4:00 pm GMT-4||4.79M||4.42M||15.79B|
|ETSY||Etsy, Inc.||107.67||+2.61||+2.48%||4:00 pm GMT-4||1.64M||3.28M||13.53B|
|VIPS||Vipshop Holdings Limited||15||-0.23||-1.51%||4:00 pm GMT-4||5.05M||5.15M||9.15B|
|GLBE||Global-e Online Ltd.||29.87||+1.46||+5.14%||4:00 pm GMT-4||1.10M||1.10M||4.67B|
|W||Wayfair Inc.||33.38||+0.30||+0.91%||4:04 pm GMT-4||4.83M||6.41M||3.58B|
|DADA||Dada Nexus Limited||8.27||+0.28||+3.50%||4:00 pm GMT-4||1.74M||2.27M||2.11B|
|RVLV||Revolve Group, Inc.||25.88||-0.45||-1.71%||4:00 pm GMT-4||1.62M||1.29M||1.90B|
|OSTK||Overstock.com, Inc.||20.34||+0.80||+4.09%||4:00 pm GMT-4||1.48M||1.60M||930.35M|
|DTC||Solo Brands, Inc.||6.82||+0.10||+1.49%||4:01 pm GMT-4||198.96k||370.48k||433.69M|
|BZUN||Baozun Inc.||5.46||+0.21||+4.00%||4:00 pm GMT-4||300.67k||744.24k||324.19M|
|PRTS||CarParts.com, Inc.||5.12||+0.08||+1.59%||4:00 pm GMT-4||533.32k||754.22k||279.34M|
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