Verizon Communications (VZ)
$60.55 0.14 (0.23%)
8:43 EST VZ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 250.19B
PE Ratio 7.94
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1,506
Day's Range 60.41 - 60.41
52-Week Range 48.84 - 62.22
Dividend & Yield 2.37 (3.92%)
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Verizon Communications is fairly valued at this point but also is a safe play. VZ stock is not worth any more than despite its attractive 4.3% dividend yield.
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Verizon Communications stock is worth at least 55% more given its history. VZ stock is undervalued based on a comparison with its peers, its history, and its average dividend yield.
VZ stock may still be stuck under a thick band of resistance but not for long. The long-term trend is constructive and favors the bulls.
As 5G begins to roll out, now is the time to invest in the winners. These are among the best 5G stocks bound for long-term gains.
As the deployment of 5G networks increases, these tech stock are likely to see a benefit in the coming months. Keep an eye on them.
As 5G networks begin to go mainstream, these 5G stocks are positioned to take advantage and reward investors with big growth.
Verizon earnings on Friday have VZ stock higher after the company beat EPS and revenue estimates from Wall Street for Q2 2020.
By Ken Trester
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