Airbnb: Record Fourth Quarter And Still Undervalued Intrinsically


  • Airbnb is the king of online travel booking and has posted a blockbuster fourth quarter of 2022.
  • Its revenue and earnings growth surpassed analyst estimates, with Q4 ’22 being the most profitable ever.
  • Airbnb has bought back $1.5 billion worth of stock of its $2B share repurchase program. This is a positive sign for Airbnb, as it reduces the number of shares outstanding.
  • Airbnb’s stock is undervalued intrinsically according to my discounted cash flow valuation model.
Young woman with a luggage using her phone at her holiday home


Airbnb (NASDAQ:ABNB) runs one of the world’s most popular tech based travel marketplaces. The company went through “death valley” in 2020, as travel was locked down, but it has since been resurrected in an exceptional manner. Airbnb reported strong financial results in the fourth quarter

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