Who are we? eBay is a global commerce company. The Company’s platforms are designed to enable sellers worldwide to organize and offer their inventory for sale and buyers to find and buy it. eBay’s items can be new or used, plain or luxurious, commonplace or rare, trendy or one-of-a-kind.
Full company name: eBay, Inc.
Headquarters: San Jose, California,
Expiry formula: (Bid + Ask) / 2
Trading hours: Mon – Fri, 09:30 – 16:00 (EST)
eBay was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in San Jose, California. eBay is one of the world’s largest online marketplaces, connecting people with the things they need and love virtually anytime, anywhere. eBay has 157 million active users globally and more than 800 million live individual and merchant listings at any given time, the majority of which is new and fixed-price merchandise. With mobile apps available in 190 countries, eBay delivers a personalized shopping experience and seamless access to inventory from down the street and around the world. Tailored shopping experiences, including eBay Fashion and eBay Motors, customize buying and selling; and eBay provides variety and choice for sellers by enabling them to offer goods through online, mobile and local channels to consumers around the world.
How To Trade This Stock?
EBay shares are traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange. They are also included in the indices of the S & P 500 and the NASDAQ 100 under the EBAY tag. The company is constantly on the path of development and expansion. After they absorbed the PayPal, they began to provide money transfer services on the Internet, as well as introducing a ticket service online. At the same time, the auction site itself is still their main activity, which is still out of reach for competitors. eBay is simultaneously engaged in sales and technology. Traders should be aware that sales is seasonal and this has a very strong impact on the company’s share price. There is regular news and information about eBay in the form of reports, so online traders will always have material for analysis. The volatility of the asset is so high in the middle of the trading day that traders will be interested in trading even short-term deals, based on technical analysis adjusted for the latest news related to the company.