- Venture capitalist Gene Munster told CNBC on Friday that while Airbnb and DoorDash are “phenomenal,” there’s more potential for upside in underappreciated tech names including Zillow, Carvana, and Take Two Interactive.
- The Loup Ventures co-founder and veteran tech analyst said he owns Zillows personally and with a valuation of just a third of Airbnb’s, it has potential to be “massive.”
- Munster also said that he likes online used-vehicle sales platform Carvana. That stock is up over 180% year-to-date and trades at roughly $261 a share.
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Venture capitalist Gene Munster told CNBC on Friday that while recent IPO’s like Airbnb and DoorDash are “phenomenal,” he sees a different class of tech stocks taking leadership in the future.
“This recent IPO class is phenomenal, they are disruptors,” Munster said of Airbnb and DoorDash. But he added that a lot is priced into their valuations already, and the best stock performance is going to come from underappreciated tech stocks like Zillow, Carvana, and Take-Two Interactive.
The Loup Ventures co-founder and veteran tech analyst said he owns Zillow personally and that it will be “massive.” The online real estate company is currently valued at a $29 billion market capitalization, just one third of Airbnb, Munster added.
“They’re gonna take what they do so well about capturing the users on a monthly basis, checking out real estate, renting, buying and add other products to that,” he said on Zillow.
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Zillow is up roughly 170% year-to-date and is currently trading around $124 a share.
Munster also said that he likes online used-vehicle sales platform Carvana. That stock is up over 180% year-to-date and trades at roughly $261 a share.
Video game company Take Two Interactive was another one of Munster’s picks. The stock is trading at $190 a share and is up 55% year-to-date.
When CNBC’s Joe Kernan asked Munster if he would put the same faith he has in tech giants like Amazon, Facebook, and Google, into DoorDash and Airbnb, Munster said: “No, I wouldn’t.”