When looking at a specific sector, investors often get bogged down with trying to decide between different companies offering the same goods or services, and that’s the focus of this episode of The Bull & The Bear, a Money & Markets exclusive podcast.

It’s a question investors face almost every day: Which stock should I buy?

This gets even more complicated when looking at companies that provide the same goods and services.

It can leave investors tearing their hair out, pouring over stock charts and data points.

For example, which is better: Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) or Shopify Inc. (NYSE: SHOP)?

Both provide an e-commerce platform where consumers can buy or sell just about anything. Both are also very strong stock picks and extremely popular.

The key is looking for the right stock that fits your particular needs. There’s a question of price, potential growth and more that will factor into your decision.

But don’t fret. We’re here to help you answer that question on today’s episode.

Staff writer Matthew Clark joins Banyan Hill Publishing’s Joseph Hargett, the Editor of Great Stuff, to discuss the which is the better buy for investors.

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