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Coronavirus Markets for June 5, 2020

Coronavirus Markets Investing

US stock market. There are many stocks to monitor, stocks to invest in, stocks to buy and stocks to sell. But during 2020 several stocks have gained special attention, the so-called coronavirus stocks, for investing and trading.

Coronavirus stocks

“As coronavirus spreads through the global economy, CNN Business is tracking the stocks, sectors and indicators most impacted, in real-time.”

Cornovarirus stocks or stay-at-home stocks. There are also work from home stocks, airline stocks, stocking-up stocks, hotel stocks, cruises, concerts & theme park stocks, gaming stocks, biotech stocks, prevention stocks, oil stocks, potential vaccine stocks.

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Coronavirus stocks performance on June 5, 2020

Coronavirus stocks

There are a lot of arguments about coronavirus stocks and whether they are top stocks, best stocks for 2020, stocks to buy 2020, stocks to invest in 2020. But the coronavirus stocks are trending stocks. Two coronavirus stocks are Amazon stock and Zoom stock.

Amazon stock on June 5, 2020, Inc. (AMZN) stock closed at 2,483.00+22.40 (+0.91%). AMZN stock has a 52-week range of 1,626.03 – 2,525.45. The PE Ratio (TTM) is 110.02., Inc. (AMZN) stock daily chart, Inc. (AMZN) stock daily chart

Zoom stock on June 5, 2020

Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (ZM) stock closed at 207.60,-2.75 (-1.31%). Zoom stock has a 52-Week Range 0f 60.97 – 224.46. The PE Ratio (TTM) is 5,931.43.

Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (ZM) stock daily chart
Zoom Video Communications, Inc. (ZM) stock daily chart

Stock market source: Yahoo Finance, Stockscharts

Coronavirus stocks that are trending may be disconnected from their intrinsic value

Both Amazon stock and Zoom stock are coronavirus stocks, which have made a rally during this coronavirus crisis. But both have a P/E ratio much higher than the average P/E ratio of the broader stock market. Their stock prices seem very elevated compared to their intrinsic values, and caution is suggested before investing in stocks like these.