Are you looking for the best growth stocks under $50 to buy with massive upside?
I put together this comprehensive list of stocks that I track on my watchlist. These are mostly high growth companies with the potential to become much larger companies in the future.
Best Stocks Under $50
- Lucid Motors (NASDAQ: LCID)
- Robinhood (NASDAQ: HOOD)
- Coursera (NASDAQ: COUR)
- FuboTV (NASDAQ: FUBO)
- Jumia (NYSE: JMIA)
- Uber (NYSE: UBER)
- Blink Charging (NADAQ: BLNK)
- Marathon Digital (NASDAQ: MARA)
- Fastly (NASDAQ: FSLY)
- AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC)
- Similar Web (NYSE: SMWB)
- SEMRush (NYSE: SEMR)
- Palantir (
Top Stocks Under $50 Comparison Chart
|Ticker||Company Name||Last Price||Market Cap|
|MARA||Marathon Digital Group||35.84||$3,570,886,517.00|
1. Lucid Motors (LCID)
The company already has over 11,000 preorders with a potential $800 million in revenue because the demand for its EV is so high.
The Lucid Air will disrupt the luxury EV market and the company is run by a former Tesla engineer who helped design the Tesla Model S. Lucid’s most premium EV, the Lucid Air Dream Edition, received an official EPA rating of 520 miles of range. That’s 100 miles more than the next closest competitor, the Tesla Model S Plaid.
There is high upside for LCID stock and it’s looks extremely attractive in the lower $20 range.
2. Robinhood (HOOD)
Robinhood went public in 2021 and currently has around 18 million active investors using the Robinhood app to buy and sell stocks, cryptocurrencies, and options.
The company generates the bulk of its revenue through order flow by rerouting buy and sell orders to a market maker who pays for this data. The bad news is the SEC may ban order flow in the future to mirror similar policies in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia.
However, Robinhood also earns revenue from its Robinhood Gold subscription and grow doesn’t look like it’s slowing down anytime soon.
Robinhood is extremely popular with millenials and the younger generation who will increase their income in the future and most likely stay loyal to Robinhood in the process.
While Robinhood has many haters, I cannot ignore its massive hypergrowth and I think it’s a solid buy.
3. Coursera (COUR)
Coursera is one of the top e-learning platforms that went public in 2021.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many students around the world embraced e-learning and took college level courses from home.
Coursera provides world class education from many of the world’s top universities with a simple monthly subscription.
I expect the e-learning market to explode this decade and it’s one of the cheaper stocks I’m watching now.
4. FuboTV (FUBO)
FuboTV is a paid streaming platform that aims to disrupt the legacy cable market with comprehensive monthly sports & TV packages.
The company grew to over 500,000 paying subscribers so far with no signs of slowing down. Many subscribers enjoy watching TV on the go and FuboTV will benefit from the cord cutting movement.
5. Jumia (JMIA)
Jumia is the largest e-commerce player in Africa that many investors refer to as “The Amazon of Africa.”
Africa will become a top investment hub during this decade and Jumia is one of the better ways to profit from the African digital revoluton.
The company generates the bulk of its revenue through Jumia e-commerce, Jumia Food, and Jumia Pay. All of these key markets will grow in the future so investors get to own a fast growing company with just a $2 billion marketcap.
6. Uber (UBER)
Uber suffered greatly during the Great lockdown of 2021 but shows signs of bouncing back during the Great reopening. While ridesharing hasn’t recovered, Uber Eats grew massively during the pandemic and Uber continues to expand its grocery delivery business too.
UBER stock still trades near its 2019 IPO levels but I don’t think that will last for long. Big Tech stocks eventually march towards $1 trillion marketcap and I think Uber stock could easily 10x within the next couple of years.
7. Blink Charging (BLNK)
Blink Charging is one of America’s fastest growing EV charging companies with over 200,000 customers across the world. The company will benefit from the shift to EVs as more government ban the sale of ICE vehicles in the future.
BLNK stock trades at a massive Price to sales ratio of 200, which may scare away investors in the short term. However, Blink Charging experienced massive revenue growth last year so many EV charging investors want to get in on the bottom floor.
Blink is one of the best EV charging stocks to buy now despite it’s lofty valuation because revenue could accelerate alongside the global EV adoption.
8. Marathon Digital (MARA)
Marathon Digital is a Bitcoin mining company with over 22,000 active miners that produce hundreds of freshly mined BTC every month. The company plans to expand its cryptocurrency mining farm to well over 130,000+ miners by Q2 2022 with a goal of becoming the largest Bitcoin mining company in America.
Bitcoin is still the most dominant cryptocurrency and may Bitcoin bulls believe Bitcoin will hit over $100,000 by 2022. Marathon Digital will profit from rising Bitcoin prices and a rapidly expanding mining fleet. Blackrock bought a 6.71% stake in Marathon Digital holdings so all signs look extremely bullish for MARA shares.
With just a $4 billion market cap, MARA stock is one of the better long term plays if you want exposure to crypto mining stocks.
9. AMC Theatres (AMC)
AMC is the world’s largest movie theater chain and has recently gotten the attention of Wall Street and retail investors after the whole AMC-Gamestop fiasco.
AMC was one of the hottest short squeeze stocks for 2021 and soared as high as $65 before consolidating around the $40 range.
10. Similar Web (SMWB)
Similar Web is a website traffic analytics platform that allows companies and individual users to generate more revenue using data. The company recently IPOed in 2021 and already has several major clients such as Google and Ford.
11. SEMRush (SEMR)
SEMRush is a SEO & internet marketing tool that helps businesses increase their website traffic using comprehensive data. Companies can perform SEO, content marketing, competitor research, PPC (pay per click), and social marketing using just 1 all-in-one tool.
Some of SEMrush’s customers are Tesla, Amazon, Quora, Walmart, Proctor & Gamble, and Apple.
In Q2 2021, SEMrush generated $45 million in revenue (Up 52% YoY) and finished the quarter with over 76,000 paying customers. ARR reached $188 million and SEMRush is trending closely towards profitability with a net loss of only $279,000 in Q2.
SEMR stock currently trades at a fair Price to Sales ratio of 24 so it’s a better fair price for one of the leading digital marketing companies.
At just a $3 billion marketcap, I believe SEMR stock has a lot of room to grow into the future and could 5 to 10x in the next couple of years. As more people get internet access, companies both small and large will need comprehensive tools & analytics to reach customers online.
I’ve personally used the tool and it’s an incredible resource for growing your internet business.