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Information Technology : IT Services | Large Cap Growth
Based in Brazil
Company profile

PagSeguro Digital Ltd is a provider of financial technology solution company. The Company is focused primarily on micro-merchants, small companies and medium-sized companies in Brazil. The Company offers multiple digital payment solutions, In-person payments via POS devices that we sell to clients, free digital accounts, and withdrawing account balances. Its end-to-end digital ecosystem enables its customers accept payments and manage their businesses. It offers safe, affordable, simple, mobile-first solutions for merchants to accept payments and manage their cash through their PagSeguro digital accounts, without the need for a bank account. Its digital account offers more than 30 cash-in methods and six cash-out options including its PagSeguro prepaid card, all using proprietary technology platform and backed by the trusted PagSeguro and UOL brands. Its digital ecosystem also features other digital financial services, business management tools and functionalities for its clients.

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UPDATE: Weekend reads: Buy Nio's stock instead of Tesla

8:14 am ET December 19, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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By Philip van Doorn

Also, the Wish IPO, a skeptical view on gold and stock picks for 2021

While 2020 has been a year most people would prefer to regret, investors in the U.S. stock market have fared well, provided they didn'twere able to avoid selling into the market crash during March.

The action for Tesla Inc. (TSLA) and Nio Inc. (NIO) has been a rocket ride:

With Tesla up nearly sevenfold, your might be shocked to see Nio up more than tenfold, especially when you see that both stocks were down for 2020 in March.

Jeff Reeves makes the case that Nio is a better electric-vehicle stock play for 2021 (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/nio-not-tesla-is-the-better-ev-stock-pick-for-2021-11608049438).

As part of the IPO Report (https://www.marketwatch.com/column/ipo-report) series, Tonya Garcia interviews Wish CFO Rajat Bahri (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/wish-says-improvements-address-customer-complaints-about-delivery-and-other-issues-11608234437), who describes improvement to the company's mobile shopping app. Wish parent ContextLogic Inc. went public this week (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/wishs-stock-open-below-ipo-price-2020-12-16).

More on IPOs: This month's hottest IPO isn't DoorDash or Airbnb -- it's artificial-intelligence company C3.ai (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/this-months-hottest-ipo-isnt-doordash-or-airbnb-its-artificial-intelligence-company-c3-ai-11608055938)

And:An interview with Academy Sports & Outdoor (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/academy-sports-ceo-says-hobbies-acquired-during-covid-will-continue-to-drive-sales-in-2021-11608054715) Inc. ASO (#phrase-company?ref=COMPANY%7CASO;onlineSignificance=prominent) CEO Ken Hicks. The retailer went public on Oct. 2 with shares priced at $13. The stock closed at 18.81 on Dec. 17.

Michael Brush warns investors (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/gold-will-disappoint-investors-in-2021-heres-why-the-bulls-arguments-dont-hold-up-11607976425) as he looks ahead to a post-pandemic market.

William Watts explains why investors may see a bounce in commodity prices in 2021 (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/how-a-weaker-dollar-could-help-fuel-a-commodities-boom-in-2021-11608137778).

A reader wants to know if $1 million in savings is enough (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/im-55-tired-of-soul-crushing-jobs-have-1-million-invested-poorly-can-i-retire-now-11608146259). Alessandra Malito distills advice from experts.

Also: Silvia Ascarelli helps a couple settle on a (semi) retirement destination -- should they live by the ocean or by a lake (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/my-husband-wants-to-be-by-the-ocean-but-i-lived-through-katrina-and-love-lakes-where-can-we-semi-retire-and-rent-for-2-000-a-month-11608085849)?

Try the MarketWatch "where should I retire" tool (https://www.marketwatch.com/graphics/best-place-to-retire/#division) for your own customized search.

Bond yields have been declining for decades. Investors have been taking more and more risk in their search for yield, but may have overlooked preferred stocks. Mitch Tuchman explains this asset class and an easy way to earn a yield of 4.5% with relatively low risk (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/this-retirement-investment-generates-steady-income-without-dramatic-risk-11608072346).

5 reasons musicians like Bob Dylan and Stevie Nicks are selling their song catalogs right now (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/5-reasons-why-musicians-like-bob-dylan-and-stevie-nicks-are-selling-their-song-catalogs-right-now-2020-12-15) .

The Securities and Exchange Commission said the stock trading app popular with young investors didn't live up to its duty to ensure users got the best terms on trades (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/youre-saving-a-penny-to-lose-a-nickel-why-robinhoods-65m-fine-is-a-cautionary-tale-for-retail-investors-2020-12-17). "If you're not paying for something, you are going to pay for it in a way you can't see," said one consumer advocate.

The Federal Reserve under Chairman Jerome Powell has made an important change in its policy framework to let economic growth cycles last longer. This can help lower-income and minority communities (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-fed-will-let-the-economy-run-hot-in-ways-that-could-benefit-low-income-and-minority-communities-but-the-policy-comes-with-risks-11608136768), but there are risks, as Jeffrey C. Fuhrer, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and a former executive at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, explains.

Plus: David Hope and Julian Limberg, lecturers at King's College London, describe their research that concludes tax cuts for the wealthy don't promote overall economic growth (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/heres-proof-that-tax-cuts-for-the-rich-dont-boost-the-economy-11608136674).

Bill Bischoff lists the tax breaks set to expire at the end of 2020 and which ones are likely to be renewed (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/many-tax-breaks-expire-at-the-end-of-the-year-but-these-8-will-probably-be-renewed-11608155394).

Here are three roundups of analysts' favorite stocks for 2021

Jeff Reeves isn't shy about sharing stock selections, as you can see in the Nio/Tesla story above. But no investor can get it right 100% of the time. Here are what Reeves calls his "dumbest investment calls of 2020 (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/i-admit-it-these-are-my-5-dumbest-investment-calls-of-2020-11608152480)."

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