Mezu (Mobile Payment App) Promotions July 2019: $5 Sign Up Bonus, Earn $5 Per Referral

Mezu Promotions

Check out the latest Mezu bonuses, savings, and promotions here.  

Like your privacy when sending money? Check out Mezu, it’s the first mobile payment app that protects your privacy! You are able to give and get money without sharing any of your contact details with other users.

It works just like cash you can conveniently pay, tip, earn, or donate money safely and for free! Continue reading below to learn more about how you can earn extra money with Mezu!

Note: Check out the following cards to earn one of the best flat cash back opportunities across all purchases: Wells Fargo Cash Wise card, the Chase Freedom Unlimited card, or the American Express Cash Magnet card! For a wider variety, see more credit card bonus offers here.

FEATURED CREDIT CARD PROMOTIONS
PROMOTIONAL LINK OFFER REVIEW
Chase Ink Business PreferredSM Card 80,000 Points Review
Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card 60,000 Points Review
Chase Ink Business UnlimitedSM Credit Card $500 Cash Review
Chase Ink Business CashSM Card $500 Cash Review
Chase Freedom® $150 Cash Review
Chase Freedom Unlimited® 3% Cash Back Review
UnitedSM Explorer Business Card 50,000 Miles Review
ABOC Platinum Rewards Mastercard® $150 Cash Review


Current Mezu Promotions


*$5 Sign-Up Bonus*

Mezu Promotions

Get $5 bonus when you sign up through someone’s link.

You can earn a $5 bonus by registering through a current user’s referral link and send $5 from your linked  payment method within 14 days!

  • What you’ll get: $5 bonus
  • Who is eligible: New users only
  • Where it’s available: Mezu referral link
  • How to earn it: 
    1. Click on the Mezu referral link sent to you
    2. After downloading the app, register for a free Mezu account
    3. In the ‘Menu’ tab, click on ‘Redeem Promo’ and enter the invite code
    4. Add a payment method – your bank account or preferred debit/credit card – to your account
    5. Give, drop or send $5 from your linked payment method within 14 days of redeeming the invite code.
    6. A $5 bonus will be credit to your Mezu account.
  • Terms: Offer available only to legal residents of the 50 United States or D.C. who are 18 years of age or older.
    • Balance will only be applied once the user has finished activating his/her account.

(Visit Mezu.com to learn more about the company).


*$5 Referral Bonus*

Mezu Promotions

Get $5 bonus for each qualifying referrals.

For each referral made through Mezu, you can earn a $5 bonus! You must have a Mezu account to participate. 

  • What you’ll get: $5 bonus for each referrals
    • Referees earn $5 as well, See info above.
  • Who is eligible: Mezu app users only
  • Where it’s available: Mezu referral link
  • How to earn it: 
    1. Sign in to your account through Mezu app
    2. Get your unique referral link and share it to everyone you know
    3. Earn your bonus when you referral clicks on your link:
      • They need to download and register through the app, connect a payment method and complete a $5 transaction within 14 days.
  • Terms: Offer available only to legal residents of the 50 United States or D.C. who are 18 years of age or older. Cannot be combined with other offers. Limit one offer per person/account.

Bottom Line


Keep your identity and your spending habits to yourself with Mezu! Protect your privacy while giving and getting money!

While you’re here on HMB, check out our list of other money transfer services you can use! Also learn more ways to earn Credit Card Bonuses!

FEATURED BANK PROMOTIONS
PROMOTIONAL LINK OFFER REVIEW
Simple High-Yield Checking $500 Cash Review
Discover Bank Online Savings $200 Cash Review
HSBC Premier Checking Member FDIC $750 Cash Review
HSBC Advance Checking Member FDIC $350 Cash Review
Huntington Asterisk-Free Checking® $150 Cash Review
Huntington 5 Checking $200 Cash Review
Chase SapphireSM Checking $750 Cash Review
Chase SapphireSM Checking 60,000 Points Review
Chase Total Checking® + Chase SavingsSM $350 Cash Review
Chase Premier Plus CheckingSM $300 Cash Review
Chase College CheckingSM $100 Cash Review
Chase Private Client $1,250 Cash Review
TD Bank Beyond Checking $300 Cash Review
TD Bank Convenience CheckingSM $150 Cash Review
Discover Cashback Debit Account (Cashback Match) $360 Cash Review
Chase Total Business Checking® $200 Cash Review
Huntington Bank Unlimited Plus Business Checking $500 Cash Review
Huntington Bank Unlimited Business Checking $400 Cash Review
Huntington Bank Business Checking 100 $200 Cash Review

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This 2017 IPO Still Boasts Massive Growth Potential

Dad and son having fun outdoor. Healthy living concept

The health care sector has received more attention over the past decade, and with good reason. New technology and breakthroughs are revolutionizing the sector, and aging demographics in the western world have put intense pressure on the public and private sphere. Biopharmaceuticals, which are pharmaceutical products with biological components, are the fastest-growing subsector in the industry.

The U.S. healthcare sector dwarfs our domestic industry, and this is reflected by the breadth of equities available south of the border. However, the TSX still offers some great options for investors hunting for growth. Today we will focus on a Vancouver-based biotechnology company that launched its initial public offering in May 2017.

Zymeworks

Zymeworks (TSX:ZYME)(NYSE:ZYME) stock had climbed 64% in 2019 as of close on July 9. At the beginning of this year, I’d recommended Zymeworks as one of my top growth stocks for a TFSA to kick off 2019.

Shares have gained considerable momentum in the spring and early summer on the back of some promising news. The stock has nearly doubled from its initial IPO price.

The promising news broke in the month of May. Zymeworks announced that it had opened Phase 2 trials for its lead product candidate, ZW25. Its other proprietary drug candidate, ZW49, has been pushed forward into Phase 1 clinical trials.

ZW25 has proven effective in treating patients with a variety of HER2-positive cancers. In the Phase 2 trial Zymeworks will evaluate ZW25 for the first-line treatment of HER2-positive gastroesophageal cancers. There is a long road ahead, but the drug holds massive market potential if it can continue to demonstrate positive results going forward.

Investors should keep this long-time horizon in mind when considering Zymeworks as an addition in 2019. Still, Zymeworks has built a deep pipeline that’s boosted its price point in the near term. In the first quarter, the company reported revenues of $11.9 million compared to $0.04 million in the prior year.

Predictably, research and development payments increased to $17.5 million compared to $13.1 million for the same period in 2018.

Zymeworks saw its net loss decrease to $13.6 million compared to $21.2 million in Q1 2018. It received a boost from increased revenue and interest income.

Broad expansion in key markets

ZW25 has demonstrated anti-tumour activity in pre-clinical models of breast and gastric cancers. The World Health Organization reported that approximately 627,000 women succumbed to breast cancer in 2018. The rising incidence of breast cancer, which represented 15% of all cancer deaths worldwide in 2018, is driving investment and research.

Recent research has shown the growth of the breast cancer therapeutics market as we move into the next decade. A 2019 report from Fortune Business Insights forecasts the market to exhibit 10.2% CAGR between 2018 and 2026. Zion Market Research published a report in March that examined the global breast cancer drugs market. It projected the market to post a CAGR of 10.55% between 2019 and 2025.

At the time of this writing, Zymeworks boasted an RSI of 70, putting the stock in technically overbought territory. I’m very bullish on Zymeworks going forward, but value investors may want to exercise patience in order to pick out a more attractive entry point.

Amazon CEO Shocks Bay Street Investors By Predicting Company “Will Go Bankrupt”

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently warned investors that “Amazon will be disrupted one day” and eventually “will go bankrupt.”

What might be even more alarming is that Bezos has been dumping roughly $1 billion worth of Amazon stock every year…

But Bezos isn’t just cashing out, he’s reinvesting his money into a company utilizing a fast-emerging technology that he believes will “improve every business.”

In fact, this tech opportunity could be bigger than bigger than Amazon, Tesla, and Berkshire Hathaway combined.

Get the full scoop on this opportunity that has billionaire investors like Bezos convinced – before it’s too late…

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CPF Board responds to reports regarding Suriia Das and cancer-stricken wife Sarojini Jayapal’s CPF withdrawal case

The Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board has responded to online reports regarding the case of Suriia Das and his wife Sarojini Jayapal, both 47, the latter of whom was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer in 2016.

The Board stressed on Fri (12 Jul) that the National University Hospital (NUH) “had offered her an open appointment date should the family decide to transfer to NUH for subsidised care” despite the poor prognosis, contrary to the couple’s assertion that they were compelled to seek treatment for Sarojini at Mount Elizabeth Hospital (MEH) because only MEH and Parkway Cancer Centre (PCC) “gave her the hope that she will survive”.

“As Mdm Sarojini chose to continue treatment at PCC, which is a private institution, there is no government subsidy. Nevertheless, Mdm Sarojini is covered by MediShield Life, which has paid out about S$60,000 for her medical and hospitalisation bills so far. She also has additional private insurance coverage under an Integrated Shield Plan,” said the CPF Board.

“Together with MediShield Life, health insurance has paid out over S$300,000 to date, covering close to 90% of her medical bills at PCC and MEH. Mdm Sarojini has also been receiving S$1,100 per month under ElderShield and ElderShield supplement plans since October 2017, amounting to about S$23,000,” added the Board.

The Board also confirmed that it had approved Sarojini’s application to withdraw all her CPF savings in her Ordinary and Special Accounts of about S$25,000 in 2017, based on PCC’s assessment that she was terminally ill, and that the couple had also withdrawn about S$9,000 from their MediSave accounts for her treatment.

“CPF Board’s Home Protection Scheme had also paid out $186,500 to fully redeem her outstanding mortgage loan.

“In sum, arising from Mdm Sarojini’s illness, CPF-allowed insurance schemes have paid out a total of about S$510,000 to date, while S$34,000 has been withdrawn from the CPF accounts of both Mdm Sarojini and Mr Suriia Das,” said the CPF Board.

The Board also reiterated its suggestion to the couple to seek government subsidised care at NUH, and to obtain financial assistance from MediFund should they struggle to pay for care at NUH.

The CPF Board’s response, however, did not appear to address the issue raised by Suriia’s lawyer M Ravi regarding the CPF Board’s alleged reluctance to allow his client to withdraw funds from his Ordinary and Special Accounts under such pressing circumstances before Sarojini turns 55, given that Sarojini is suffering from late-stage cancer and is racing against time in terms of obtaining consistent treatment, and that Suriia might be left with no other options in the event that MediFund is insufficient.

Suriia, an operation manager who earns only about S$3000 per month, previously said that his Medisave is now empty, and has had to resort to borrowing money from various other parties such as moneylenders, family, friends, and his company. He has also sought to raise funds for Sarojini’s treatment via crowdfunding online.

“Why (do) I need to keep the Ordinary and Special Accounts when my wife is suffering? My wife is everything to me. She’s my life, she’s everything I’m living for,” he said.

CPF Board savings withdrawal policy restricted to recipients aged 55 and above “mindboggling” and “irrational”: Suriia’s lawyer M Ravi

M Ravi had previously raised several concerns regarding his client’s case.

Firstly, he argued that Section 18(d) of the CPF Act allows a CPF member to transfer a portion of his fund from the Ordinary and Special accounts to his loved one’s account. However, according to the CPF Board’s policy, the money can only be transferred to someone who is 55 years of age and above.

“Now, to me, this policy is irrational. A policy which is irrational in the administrative law sense becomes unlawful.

“In other words, what the CPF Board is saying is that although they are sympathetic to the fact that Sarojini is suffering from 4th stage cancer, she has to wait until she turns 55 for Suriia to transfer the money, with the Board’s consent, from his account to Sarojini’s Medisave account.

“To me, this is mindboggling and to say the least, it rankles the soul,” said M Ravi.

The human rights lawyer also argued that the CPF Board’s policy deprives Sarojini of her right to life under Article 9 of the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore, which stipulates that “no one should be deprived of his life or liberty in accordance with the law”.

M Ravi had consequently filed a Mandatory Order to the court “to compel the CPF Board to allow” Suriia “to transfer to his wife, portion of his CPF funds to her” on Wed (10 Jul).

“Suriia also seeks a Declaration from the court that the CPF Board’s policy made pursuant to Section 18D of the CPF Act is unlawful and unconstitutional, insofar as it prohibits the transfer of funds from Suriia’s Ordinary and Special accounts to his wife Sarojini’s Medisave account,” he added.

Only Mount Elizabeth Hospital offered some reassurance of the likelihood of a fair prognosis: Sarojini, on why she and Suriia had chosen to seek treatment at a private hospital instead of public hospitals

Previously, TOC reported that Suriia had submitted a request to allow his CPF savings in his Ordinary and Special accounts to be transferred to his wife’s Medisave account to supplement their funding for her treatment at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, as seen in a video on international human rights lawyer M Ravi’s personal video channel RAVIsion, which was recently launched to educate and discuss pertinent legal and public interest issues.

However, the CPF Board had reportedly declined his request, and had instead suggested him to use his Medisave.

Sarojini explained that she had chosen to receive her treatment at Mount Elizabeth Hospital instead of at public hospitals, as only the private hospital had given her some reassurance that her condition could improve.

Noting that she and Suriia had sought a second opinion from a doctor at the National University Hospital (NUH), Sarojini said that the doctor had allegedly told her husband to “bring her somewhere nice and make her happy”, indicating that the doctors at NUH are not able to do anything to fix her condition.

“So that means they have no hope to cure me … They also claim that they have no medicine to cure me after they’ve discussed whatever medicine I’d taken at Mount E[lizabeth Hospital]. So we had no choice but to go back to Mount E[lizabeth Hospital], to the same doctor,” she lamented.

Sarojini also said that she herself no longer has CPF savings as a result of paying for her medical expenses.

“It’s all drained out because of my sickness and hospital (stays). We have utilised my husband’s Medisave as well. It has been fully utilised. Now we have no resource to pay those bills in the hospitals,” she added.

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Discover Bank Promotions for July 12, 2019: $150/$200 Savings Bonus & $360 Cashback Debit Bonus

Discover Savings BonusFind the latest Discover Bank promotions, offers, and bonuses for July 12, 2019 here.

Discover Bank has Online Savings, Checking, Money Market, CD, and IRA accounts.

Their typical amount for their Online Savings are $150/$200 bonus. Debit Cashback account gets you $360 cash back bonuses. 

About Discover Bank Promotions

Headquartered in Greenwood, Delaware, Discover Bank is an online-only bank with no retail branches. They can offer better rates by operating their banking services online due to little overhead. Their line of deposit accounts include Savings, Checking, Money Market, CD, and IRA CD accounts.

Discover even has IRAs and CDs with terms of up to to 10 years and APY rates of 3.05%, as well as Money Market account with up to 2.00% APY. Be sure to search of the best bank promotions from the internet’s most updated list, then compare rates with all the best listed on our Savings Rates Page and CD Rates Page.

I’ll review current Discover Bank offers below.

TOP DISCOVER BANK PROMOTIONS
*Find all Discover Bank Promotions here*
PROMOTIONAL LINK OFFER REVIEW
Discover Bank Online Savings $200 Cash Review
Discover Bank Online Savings $150 Cash Review
Discover Cashback Debit $360 Cash Review
Discover Bank CD Up to 3.05% APY Review
Discover Bank Money Market 2.00% APY Review
Discover Bank IRA CD Up to 3.05% APY Review

Discover Online Savings $200/$150 Bonus 

Discover Bank Bonuses

Earn $150 or $200 bonus from Discover

Earn $200 Bonus with $25,000 minimum deposit from Discover Bank. Make sure to utilize the promo code HMB719 when you open an account to see the $200 promotion terms. Your savings account has no monthly minimum balance requirement!

  • Account Type: Discover Online Savings
  • Availability: Online, Nationwide
  • Expiration: 8/5/2019
  • Credit Inquiry: Soft Pull via ChexSystems
  • Opening Deposit: $0
  • Credit Card Funding: None
  • Direct Deposit Requirement: None
  • Monthly Service Fee: None
  • Closing Account Fee: None

One of my first bank bonuses, Discover Online Savings is known for its online convenience and high interest yields. They provide a safe and secure way to save money each month.

As with any online bank, Discover is able to avoid overhead costs of a physical branch, thus saving money and offering you a higher savings rate. This is simply one of the best Discover Bank promotions!

(See Advertiser for full details)

How To Earn The $200/$150 Bonus

HOW TO EARN BONUSACCOUNT FEATURESWAIVE THE MONTHLY FEEFINE PRINT
  • Apply for your first Discover Online Savings Account.
  • Enter Offer Code HMB719 when applying.
    • Fund your first savings account with a minimum of $25K by August 19, 2019 to earn the $200 bonus
    • Fund your first savings account with a minimum of $15K by August 19, 2019 to earn the $150 bonus
  • Maximum bonus eligibility is $200. See advertiser website for full details
  • Earn high interest rate of 2.10% APY
  • No minimum opening deposit, no minimum balance requirement, and no monthly fees
  • Interest on Discover Online Savings Accounts is compounded daily and credited monthly
  • Manage your account online or with the Discover mobile app
  • FDIC insurance up to $250,000
  • There are no monthly service fee for this account.
  • Offer not valid for existing or prior Discover savings customers.
  • Account must be open when bonus is credited.
  • Bonus is considered interest and will be reported on IRS Form 1099-INT.
  • Offer may be modified/withdrawn without notice.

Discover Cashback Debit $360 Yearly

Discover Checking

Earn cashback match through 1/31/2020

Earn 1% cash back for up to $3,000 each month on debit card purchases with a Discover Cashback Debit account. That’s up to $360 Debit Card Cashback per year. Enjoy many perks such as no monthly fees or balance requirements and access to +60,000 free ATMs.

*Limited Time Offer* Discover will match all the Cashback you’ve earned automatically through 1/31/2020 if you apply for your first Cashback Debit account using offer code CHMB719 by 7/31/19. Simply use your debit card to earn 1% cash back on up to $3,000 in debit card purchases each month and Discover will match all the Cashback you’ve earned through 1/31/2020.
  • Account Type: Discover Cashback Debit
  • Availability: Online, Nationwide
  • Credit Inquiry: Soft pull, which does not affect your credit
  • Monthly Fees: None

(Expires July 31, 2019)

Another great Discover Bank promotion is the Discover Cashback Checking account. I use the free checking account myself which allows me to earn up to $360 a year in cash back bonuses.

Anyone can sign up for this checking account online. You earn up to $360 each year along with the cashback match. That’s easily an extra $180 added on to your cashback match.

How To Earn $360 Yearly Cash Back & Match

HOW TO EARN BONUSACCOUNT FEATURESWAIVE THE MONTHLY FEEFINE PRINT
  • You must apply for your first Discover Cashback Debit Account online by July 31, 2019
  • Make sure to enter Offer Code CHMB719 at the time of your application.
  • Earn 1% cash back on up to $3,000 in debit card purchases each month.
  • Discover will then match all of the Cashback Bonus rewards you earn each month through 1/31/2019.
  • Cashback Match bonus will be applied to your account by 3/5/2020.
  • You can redeem your cashback bonus for any amount.
  • Access to over 60,000 free ATMs in the U.S. (uses the Allpoint network; the largest ATM network big online banks use)
  • Earn 1% cash back on up to $3,000 in debit card purchases each month
  • Free Online Bill Pay (standard with most banks)
  • Free Check Reorder (good perk; most banks charge for re-orders)
  • No Cost for Replacement Debit Card (standard with most banks)
  • Free Official Bank Check (standard with most banks)
  • No Cost for Expedited Delivery for your Replacement Debit Card (good perk; some banks charge for this)
  • Free Outbound ACH Transfers (standard with most banks)
  • Free Incoming Wire (good perk; most traditional banks charge for this)
  • No monthly fees or monthly balance requirements (standard with online banks; traditional banks usually have monthly maintenance fees)
  • ATM transactions, the purchase of money orders or other cash equivalents, cash over portions of point-of-sale transactions, Peer-to-Peer (P2P) payments (such as Apple Pay Cash), and loan payments or account funding made with your debit card are not eligible for cash back rewards.
  • Purchases made using third-party payment accounts (services such as Venmo® and PayPal™, who also provide P2P payments) may not be eligible for cash back rewards.
  • Account must be open at the time the rewards are applied. Offer may be modified or withdrawn without notice.

Discover Certificate of Deposit 3.05% APY Rate

Discover Bank CD

Earn up to 3.05% APY for CD

Discover Bank offers Certificates of Deposit (CD) accounts with some of the highest rates. Depends on the length of the term, you can earn up to 10 years with 3.05% APY.

In order to open a CD, you need a minimum deposit is $2,500 and the interest rates have been consistently competitive with terms as short as 3 months to 120 months long.

CD Term APY Rate
3-Month Term 0.35% APY
6-Month Term 0.65% APY
9-Month Term 0.70% APY
12-Month Term 2.50% APY
18-Month Term 2.55% APY
24-Month Term 2.60% APY
30-Month Term 2.60% APY
3-Year Term 2.65% APY
4-Year Term 2.75% APY
5-Year Term 2.85% APY
7-Year Term 3.00% APY
10-Year Term 3.05% APY

(FDIC Insured)

Interest rate from traditional Savings account can change the next day, however CDs rate can be guaranteed for the length of the term for risk-free income.

CDs features include high interest rates, 24/7 Live Customer Service, Online Account Management, and FDIC Deposit Insurance up to $250,000 per individual account holder (FDIC certificate 5649). Learn more from our in-depth review here.

Discover IRA CD 3.05% APY Rate

If you are thinking about retirement, consider getting a Discover Bank IRA CD account to earn a guaranteed rate to offset your risk for the future. Discover’s 10-year IRA CD is currently earning an incredible rate of 3.05% APY. This is much higher than any savings account I have seen and could be quite a good investment in the long run.

With Discover Bank, you can choose an IRA term as low as 3 months or as long as 10 years. They also provide 24/7 phone service so you can always call them if you have any further questions! Discover IRA CD Review

(FDIC Insured)

Discover Money Market 2.00% APY Rate

Discover Money Market

Discover Bank’s Money Market account offers 1.95% APY rate on balances up to $99,999. Those with a balance $100K and higher, you’ll earn 2.00% APY with easy cash access via ATM, debit, or check. There is no hidden fees and get access to over 60,000 free ATMs.

Discover Bank provides great APY rates so you can earn more money with many free features transfer money, withdraw money, deposit money, view your daily activity, or pay bills in just a few steps online or on your mobile phone. Money Market Account Review

(FDIC Insured)

Should You Open a Discover Bank Account?

We consider Discover Bank to be the top online bank in the country. These Discover bank promotions have a nice deposit bonus along with some of the highest interest rates on savings products.

Discover Monthly Fees

Discover recently eliminated many of their fees– pretty much no fees at all.

Cashback Checking:

  • No monthly service fee
  • No ATM fee at over 60,000 ATMs in the US
  • No fee for online bill pay
  • No fee for check order
  • No fee for replacement debit card
  • No fee for official bank check
  • No fee for outbound ACH transfers
  • No fee for deposited item returned
  • No fee for incoming wire
  • No fee for stop payment
  • No insufficient funds fee

Online Savings:

  • No fee monthly service fee
  • No fee for official bank check & expedited delivery
  • No fee for deposited item returned
  • No fee for incoming wire
  • No fee for each excessive withdrawal
  • No fee for stop payment order
  • No fee insufficient funds fee

Money Market:

  • No fee for minimum balance fee
  • No fee for ATM fee at over 60,000 ATMs in the US
  • No fee for check order
  • No fee for replacement debit card
  • No fee for deposited item returned
  • No fee for incoming wire
  • No fee for each excessive withdrawal
  • No fee for stop payment
  • No fee for insufficient funds fee

Certificate of Deposits:

  • No monthly service fee
  • No fee for official bank check
  • No fee for incoming wire

Bottom Line

Definitely sign up for an online checking or savings account with no monthly fees or minimum balance requirements. Discover also has great CD accounts with outstanding % APY rates.

The Discover Online Savings and Debit Cashback checking are both recommended. A great way to earn some extra money on your cash balances for opening your first online savings account!

*Stay up to date by bookmarking this page for Discover bank promotions, bonuses, and offers!

FEATURED BANK PROMOTIONS
PROMOTIONAL LINK OFFER REVIEW
Simple High-Yield Checking $500 Cash Review
Discover Bank Online Savings $200 Cash Review
HSBC Premier Checking Member FDIC $750 Cash Review
HSBC Advance Checking Member FDIC $350 Cash Review
Huntington Asterisk-Free Checking® $150 Cash Review
Huntington 5 Checking $200 Cash Review
Chase SapphireSM Checking $750 Cash Review
Chase SapphireSM Checking 60,000 Points Review
Chase Total Checking® + Chase SavingsSM $350 Cash Review
Chase Premier Plus CheckingSM $300 Cash Review
Chase College CheckingSM $100 Cash Review
Chase Private Client $1,250 Cash Review
TD Bank Beyond Checking $300 Cash Review
TD Bank Convenience CheckingSM $150 Cash Review
Discover Cashback Debit Account (Cashback Match) $360 Cash Review
Chase Total Business Checking® $200 Cash Review
Huntington Bank Unlimited Plus Business Checking $500 Cash Review
Huntington Bank Unlimited Business Checking $400 Cash Review
Huntington Bank Business Checking 100 $200 Cash Review

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This Company Is Responsible for Over 90% of Canada’s Overnight Air Cargo Shipments

plane on a field at night

NBA Superstar, 2019 Finals MVP and now former Toronto Raptor All-Star Kawai Leonard recently made headlines when he signed a sponsorship deal with Cargojet Inc (TSX:CJT) after leading Canada’s only NBA franchise to its first-ever championship basketball title in league history.

However, although Kawai’s since departed Toronto to return to his home in Los Angeles, California, here’s why there’s still plenty of reason to be excited about this rapidly expanding air cargo shipping company.

CargoJet currently accounts for over 90% of Canada’s domestic overnight air cargo  

Led by a spirited an entrepreneurial workforce, the company prides itself on building lasting customer relationships while delivering exceptional customer service, which has helped expand its operations rapidly over the past 20 years to become what is now Canada’s #1 cargo airline and the country’s only national overnight air cargo consolidator.

Each night, its fleet is responsible for transporting over 1.5 million pounds of packaged freight, playing a key role in helping online retailers such as Amazon.com, Inc. meet their customers ever growing demand for timely e-commerce shipments.

And make no mistake about: the tremendous growth in e-commerce that we’ve seen in recent years has proven to be a huge driver of the company’s success.

As it stands today, this company is the defacto enabler of Amazon Canada’s Prime deliver service, capable of reaching close to 90% of the Canadian population in order to help online merchants to fulfil their next-day delivery promises.

As the growth in e-commerce has continued to expand, so, too, has the company’s business.

Between 2014 and 2018, revenues have grown from $192 million to $455 million, while adjusted EBITDAR (an unofficial non-GAAP measure) cash flows have grown from $32 million annually to more than $138 million in 2018.

Meanwhile, its share price has demonstrated just the same type of growth potential, rising from just $14.45 per share in 2013 to where it stands today at $91.27 per share — an all-time high for the company.

With room to grow…

But the best part is that management and the leadership team at CJT still feel as though the company has lots of room to grow.

E-commerce sales in Canada for 2018 sat at just 7.3% of total retail sales, which was much lower than other G-20 nations such as the United States, Germany, the U.K. and China.

The company is hoping to continue its ambitious trajectory for growth by tapping into its entrepreneurial corporate spirit, attracting and retaining the industry’s best talent while continuing to build out its fleet and exploiting any adjacent revenue opportunities.

In a market that’s proven to be somewhat lackluster recently, the company’s stock price has been anything but, outperforming the market and already up close to 30% so far in 2019.

This is a stock that growth-oriented and momentum-savvy investors ought to be keeping a watchful eye on.

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Amazon CEO Shocks Bay Street Investors By Predicting Company “Will Go Bankrupt”

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently warned investors that “Amazon will be disrupted one day” and eventually “will go bankrupt.”

What might be even more alarming is that Bezos has been dumping roughly $1 billion worth of Amazon stock every year…

But Bezos isn’t just cashing out, he’s reinvesting his money into a company utilizing a fast-emerging technology that he believes will “improve every business.”

In fact, this tech opportunity could be bigger than bigger than Amazon, Tesla, and Berkshire Hathaway combined.

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John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market, an Amazon subsidiary, is a member of The Motley Fool’s board of directors. Fool contributor Jason Phillips has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. David Gardner owns shares of Amazon. The Motley Fool owns shares of Amazon and CARGOJET INC.

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