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The Big Winners of This Holiday Season

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted December 14, 2021

Yesterday was “Green Monday.” Green Monday occurs on the second Monday in December. 

Apparently, eBay coined the phrase back in 2007 when it realized that most of the profitable sales usually occurred on the second Monday of December. 

Despite where the term originated from, it’s now another retail shopping day that promises some of the biggest discounts on hot items like TVs, laptops, phones, and headphones before the Christmas holiday. Some consumers hold off until Green Monday in hopes of getting the greatest deal without totally waiting until the last minute.

On top of that, this year the National Retail Federation (NRF) is predicting the highest holiday retail sales on record. The NRF expects that 2021 holiday sales could grow as much as 11.5% over 2020. 

Matthew Shay, NRF’s president and CEO, had this to say about this year’s retail holiday season:

There is considerable momentum heading into the holiday shopping season. Consumers are in a very favorable position going into the last few months of the year as income is rising and household balance sheets have never been stronger. Retailers are making significant investments in their supply chains and spending heavily to ensure they have products on their shelves to meet this time of exceptional consumer demand.

The NRF is expecting online and other non-store sales to total between $218.3 billion and $226.2 billion. In 2021, NRF is anticipating sales in November and December to hit an all-time high of between $834.4 billion and $859 billion. It’s worth noting that this sales forecast excludes automobile dealers, gas stations, and restaurants.

All I Want for Christmas Is Convenience

The holiday season as a whole is one of the most important times of the year for many businesses. Top retailers like Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and Amazon utilize Green Monday to snag as many sales as they can before the year ends. 

I found myself on Amazon’s app last night browsing for gift ideas for my family and friends before it was too late and making sure that I didn’t leave anyone off my shopping list. It can be overwhelming around this time of the year because I want to get people gifts that they’ll enjoy and I also want to get the best deal out there. And on Amazon, I can find deals and quick shipping.

Buying from Amazon has become extremely convenient. I can order something and get it delivered within a week. I know I’m not the only one who chooses the easy way. Consumers around the world are very familiar with the convenience that Amazon offers, and that’s probably one of the reasons why the company has become so influential and the trillion-dollar company that it is today.

It's estimated that every 60 seconds, Amazon ships an average of 2,083 packages, which equals more than 1 billion packages every single year, so just imagine how many of them Amazon is sending out over the next week as people rush to get all their Christmas gifts. Amazon offers well-known convenience with its Prime shipping options, which makes it easy to choose the retailer as the go-to destination for people doing last-minute holiday shopping.

Even when it’s not the holiday shopping season, Amazon can dominate the online retail space. According to Wall Street firm Needham & Company, the tech giant manages to obtain over 40% of all e-commerce sales. The company continues to be one of the biggest retailers on the market today.

How to Benefit From the Big Winners of This Holiday Season

As I’m writing this, shares of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) are trading near $3,400 per share. Not really the most accessible stock for us everyday investors. However, there could be another way that you could benefit from Amazon’s success. I’m talking about an opportunity to really tap into Amazon’s tremendous size and growth. 

What’s even more exciting is that it’s not just one opportunity... You could have the chance to benefit from Amazon up to four times every year. The massive retailer’s growth continues to skyrocket to new highs, and my colleague Jason Williams has discovered a hidden opportunity that gives people like yourself the chance to build your wealth from one of the wealthiest companies in the world.

Jason prides himself on having the ability to uncover little-known and incredibly lucrative opportunities just like this one. Jason shared with me his presentation on everything he’s found out about how the retail behemoth is legally obligated to pay every time a parcel leaves the warehouse floor.

Add This to Your Holiday Wish List...

If you want to find out more about how you could benefit from Amazon’s successes, I suggest you watch Jason's presentation. He did the hard work and now it’s time for you to reap the rewards of his labor. But let me warn you: The next deadline is tomorrow, December 15, and you’ll want to watch his presentation before then. 

You can watch the presentation here. After all, you’ve already come this far!

Until next time,

Monica Savaglia Signature Park Avenue Digest

Monica Savaglia

Monica Savaglia is Wealth Daily’s IPO specialist. With passion and knowledge, she wants to open up the world of IPOs and their long-term potential to everyday investors. She does this through her newsletter IPO Authority, a one-stop resource for everything IPO. She also contributes regularly to the Wealth Daily e-letter. To learn more about Monica, click here.

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