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In my Buy or Bye? series, I take a popular stock, strip away all the hype, and let you know whether you should buy now, buy later or buy never.
The star of today’s episode is America’s best-known credit card company. Its successes have been ignored by the media, while its fumbles have been made famous.
The company faces strong competition from other fast-growing contributors as Americans are moving in droves to alternative payment methods like Venmo and Cash App.
This may signal a fundamental shift in consumers’ payment habits that could undercut the company’s long-standing business model.
Furthermore, the company has attracted negative publicity for raising its swipe fees.
Some retailers even threatened that the added fees would force them to raise prices and stop accepting the company’s credit cards altogether.
CNN laid the news out on the table…
But what the media isn’t sharing may provide more important insight.
The company’s stock has been a safe haven for investors in an otherwise tumultuous 2022. And it recently delivered better-than-expected financial results.
Net revenue increased 25% year over year to $7.2 billion in the second quarter, and revenues are forecast to reach $28.7 billion by the end of the year.
And above all… the company is undervalued.
A slew of analysts have issued “Buy” ratings for its stock.
Check out this headline from Defense World…
So should you buy into the company’s stock in advance of its next earnings announcement?
Or will deteriorating consumer sentiment lead to a message no shopper wants to read at the register: card declined?
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