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M-commerce refers to the purchase of products and services online via mobile devices. According to the Pew Research Center, 51% of Americans use a mobile device for online shopping.Read More
In recent times, mobile users have become more inclined to using their devices for advanced tasks. One such task is mobile commerce—or m-commerce.Read More
M-commerce—or mobile commerce—refers to purchases of products and services through a mobile device. Studies indicate that mobile commerce was used by over 61 million online shoppers in 2019. This means that mobile commerce made up more than half of all e-commerce sales this year. How does any of this matter when it comes to stock trading?Read More
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