While economies across the globe continue to open up, companies and governments continue to ask people to work from home when possible. With the productivity gains, cost reductions, and work-life flexibility associated with a telecommuting workforce, one can foresee how it may encourage companies to re-think how and where their employees work — even after the pandemic has passed. Last but not least, many of the companies that are enabling remote work (e.g. cloud computing, communications, cyber security, productivity tools, etc.) have been over-performing over the past three-plus months. To help provide some insight as to which telecommuting stocks have performed best during the pandemic, the following table presents the 21 best performing WFH stocks between the S&P 500 peak of February 19, 2020 and June 9, 2020. The resulting list contains stocks that have gained an average of over 20% — not bad considering the magnitude of the economic disruption. Not surprisingly, you will also notice that a few of these stocks have also made the cut for our exclusive Best Coronavirus Stocks Today.
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Work-From-Home Stocks FAQs
What are the top 10 work-from-home stocks?
Based on price gains since the S&P 500 peak of February 19, 2020, the top 10 work-from-home stocks are Box, DocuSign, Dropbox, Everbridge, Five9, Okta, PagerDuty, Twilio, Veeva, and Zoom with price gains ranging anywhere between 19% and 98 %.
What does WFH stands for?
WFH stands for Work From Home.
What do work-from-home companies do?
Work-from-home companies enable a company’s workforce to work remotely. They provide products and services such as cloud computing, remote communication platforms, cyber security solutions, and productivity tools.
Which companies will let you work from home permanently?
Twitter and Square. Their CEO Jack Dorsey notified their employees in May 2020 that they will be allowed to continue working from home “forever.”