Online used car marketplace Carvana (CVNA) isn't worried about steel and aluminum tariffs.

While it's an issue CEO Ernie Garcia is watching, he thinks it pales in comparison to the growth his company is seeing. Revenue for its most recent quarter grew 127% to some $360 million. 

The stock, which went public in 2017, is up over 120% since the start of the year.

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