Meta and Airbnb Ready for a Bull Run!

Motley Team suggests these two bargain growth stocks that are trading near their lowest valuations ever and could be ready for a bull run.

AIRBNB INC-A (ABNB) - ABNB’s revenue fell by 30% in 2020 following the pandemic. And now, a rebound is indeed taking shape. ABNB's revenue bounced higher by 77% in 2021, highlighting that there is plenty of room for ABNB to expand. Trading at a price-to-free-cash-flow ratio of 25.6, it is near the lowest that investors have been able to buy ABNB shares. It closed at USD108.940 last Friday.

META PLATFORMS (META) – META Revenue has exploded from $18 billion in 2015 to $118 billion in 2021 and its operating income rose from $6 billion to $47 billion in that time. Regardless of that excellent long-term performance, investors have become wary of Meta's headwinds in the near term. Nervous investors have abandoned ship, and Meta is now selling at a price-to-earnings ratio of 13.4 and a price-to-free-cash-flow multiple of 12.6, each near the lowest in the last five years. It closed at USD175.560 last Friday.

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