NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Despite declines in consumer confidence and a still unstable labor market, the stocks of three Internet retailers could perform well going forward.Investors can gain exposure to these stocks through several exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which we'll discuss below. The first promising Internet retailer is Netflix ( NFLX). The Los Gatos, Calif.-based online movie rental company offers consumers a relatively cheap form of entertainment that can be streamed directly to a personal computer or television with the touch of a button. Additionally, the company does not charge late fees or impose due dates on movies that are delivered via regular mail, enabling consumers to be flexible without being charged. Third, the monthly subscription fees charged by Netflix are much lower than the cost of watching a movie at the movie theater or renting one from a local video store. Lastly, Netflix is trading above both its 50- and 200-day moving averages and is up nearly 104% year-to-date. A second Internet retailer that is positioned relatively well is Amazon ( AMZN). Recently, the company announced that it plans to start selling a new kind of e-book that comes embedded with both audio and video. Additionally, Amazon plans to release a feature utilizing HTML 5 and CSS 3, the latest Web standards that are being used as an alternative to Adobe's ( ADBE) Flash. This will allow readers to view samples of books directly from a Web browser, further enhancing Amazon's "e-books everywhere" approach. Previously, Amazon has required readers to send a sample section of a book to a device before it could be previewed. Additionally, Amazon just released a free Kindle application for download on Google ( GOOG) Android phones, extending Kindle's reach. Previously, this type of applicatin was available only on Blackberrys and iPhones. The third retail retailer to watch is eBay ( EBAY). The company, which offers an online forum for buying and selling merchandise, trades nearly $120,000 worth of goods every minute and boasts a user base north of 90 million. What's more, eBay has shown stable global e-commerce growth and recently announced with Research In Motion ( RIMM), that a free application has been made available to Blackberry users in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the U.K. and North America. The application will enable Blackberry users to bid, buy and check their eBay transactions and activity almost anywhere, further increasing convenience for the consumer.