For over 18 months, the S&P 500 has been unstoppable. After the fastest decline of 30% in the index’s history, it has doubled in value since, with growth stocks pushing the crowd forward.

But not all high-growth companies have been faring well in the booming market. There are lots of great companies currently selling at significant discounts against their 52-week highs that give substantial upside for smart investors. The following two discounted growth stocks could possible to turn a $200,000 investment into a whopping $1 million by 2030.

Pinterest: Lower by 44%

Social media company Pinterest has been hit hard since late July, which is when they announced a quarterly reversal of the company’s monthly active user (MAU) growth. Overall, the company had 454 million MAUs, lower from 478 million MAUs in Q1. But if you look at the company’s historic MAU growth over several years or more, you would see that one single quarter fluctuation does not change the firm’s growth trajectory.

What is more crucial to see is that Pinterest’s somewhat slower growth in Q2 did not alter advertisers desire to get to users. Average revenue per user (ARPU) boosted higher by 89% worldwide in the June-ended quarter, with ARPU growth of 163% found internationally. Global ARPU might double multiple times this decade, which should let the company sustain double-digit sales growth through the decade.


Jushi Holdings: Lower by 53%

Inside the cannabis industry, small-cap United States multistate operator (also known as an MSO) Jushi Holdings has all the needed tools to quadruple (or more) in value by the year 2030.

If you are wondering why marijuana stocks have increased in smoke over the previous seven months, look no further than Congress not passing any cannabis reforms. Nevertheless, with 36 states already legalizing cannabis in some capacity, Jushi and other companies in this sector have the opportunity to thrive without federal action.

What makes Jushi a good pot stock to watch is its three state focus: Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. All three of these states give billion-dollar sales markets, and they are all limited-license markets. Illinois and Pennsylvania purposely cap how many retail licenses they give in total and to one business, while Virginia gives its licenses by jurisdiction. With just 24 operating dispensaries at the time, Jushi is seeking possible high-dollar markets where regulators are purposely working against competition. This way it can create its brands and a loyal customer base without getting steamrolled by a competitor with deeper pockets.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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