$195.30 2.71 (1.37%)
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Market Cap 348.84B
PE Ratio 49.44
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 783,593
Day's Range 194.25 - 196.42
52-Week Range 133.93 - 217.35
Dividend & Yield 0.88 (0.45%)
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With the possibility of an effective coronavirus vaccine recently revealed, blue-chip investments like V stock jumped higher. Still, the fine print suggests prospective buyers should remain cautious.
Positive headlines for Visa have given Wall Street hope, but V stock buyers have other company-specific reasons for remaining optimistic too.
Electronic payments stocks have benefited from the global lockdown and as it eases, growth in transactions volumes will accelerate.
Investors looking for value in V stock could be better served by looking closely at Orix, which has a US private equity unit making some intriguing control and non-control equity investments.
Recent spending patterns show strength in key categories, thereby bolstering the bullish thesis for V stock.
By Thomas Niel
So, what's the play? Consider V stock a buy at today's prices. Expect a bumpy road over the next few quarters. But in the long run, shares could be a big winner for your portfolio.
As more people turn to e-commerce and shun cash purchases at brick-and-mortar stores, V stock is poised to grab more profits.
Free cash flows to remain strong even for FY2020. Ample growth opportunities in international markets will trigger long-term V stock value creation.
With oil trading higher for a fifth consecutive day and more states embracing the idea of at least reopening some parts of their economies, the major equity averages traded higher on Tuesday, building on the late Monday rally.
V stock has bounced from March lows, but there's still more room to run. Visa earnings show why the stock remains a long-term buy.
An inauspicious start to the month of May for investors, as the Dow Jones sagged under middling earnings reports by two tech giants.
The remdesivir news took precedent over headlines about first-quarter GDP, which contracted 4.8%, or the worst shrinkage experienced by the world's largest economy since the dark days of the global financial crisis.
Decreased consumer spending will likely hurt Visa's earnings and the short-term price of robust V stock, but company history is reassuring.
Visa is worth a second look as the credit-card giant steps up its crypto game. Here's more about why V stock is even more appealing now.
There's a reason why V stock is a cornerstone in portfolio big and small. It's because of growth, profitability and consistency.
As coronavirus-impacted nations start thinking about restarting their lives, the prospect for V stock as a contrarian opportunity seemingly improves. However, I don’t think we’ve fully digested how bad this economic fallout is.
Visa may take a beating in the second quarter, but there's a lot to like about V stock for long-term investors.
All of the job gains since the end of the Great Recession are now gone. Somehow, stocks didn't crater on that news.
One of the biggest reasons to buy Visa is the fact that it has the financial clout necessary to make things happen in the fintech arena. Whether it be through organic growth or M&A activity, Visa CEO Al Kelly is confident that it can make a huge contribution to the digitalization of the financial services industry.
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