Wall Street thinks that the end of the pandemic will shift focus away from online sales. They’re dead wrong, and their mistake is giving us an excellent moneymaking opportunity.
I mean, on paper, their assumption makes some sense.
After all, millions of us have been on lockdown for more than a year and But while that may cause an uptick in revenue at physical retailers, I believe this will be a short-term bounce.
The future of retailing belongs to e-commerce. And that’s particularly true of the niche market for handmade goods that has shifted online with huge momentum behind it.
And even if you don’t think about it very often, that’s a market with a global value of $718 billion, according to forecasters at IMARC.
And I’ve found the tech firm with a unique way of capturing this lucrative niche.
Even better, the firm just reported a whopping quarterly earnings increase: a 900% jump in per-share profits.