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Fairly valued at worst and more than likely still undervalued, WBA stock offers investors respectable growth and a significant dividend.
Best Stocks For 2021: Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) Just Went From Seriously Undervalued to Still Undervalued
Walgreens stock has made serious gains in the first quarter of 2021, but there's still plenty of room for this pharmacy-led retail stock to climb higher.
While its performance during COVID-19 has been lackluster, Walgreens continues to generate great cash flows. But that's not it for WBA stock.
Being that none of the F.A.N.G. names currently play a shareholder dividend, I can’t blame investors who require a certain yield threshold from their investments for showing disinterest in these companies that don’t meet their investment goals.
It’s hard to overstate how much investors have to gain by studying these investors.