Visa: Stable Results And Good Valuation Warrant A Buy


  • Visa stock returned only 5% in the last 12 months versus its long-term rate of return of about 20%. However, it still beat the general stock market.
  • Higher inflation and interest rates versus recent history continue to weigh on the stock.
  • Investors can now buy shares at a fair valuation (if not a slight discount).
  • Visa generates substantial free cash flow and can continue increasing its dividend at a good clip going forward.

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Visa (NYSE:V) stock has delivered lacklustre returns of approximately 5% in the last year, which doesn’t even keep pace with the recent U.S. inflation rate of 6.4% in January 2023.

At least, the stock outperformed the broader U.S. stock market, using

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Visa Fiscal Q1 2023 Income Statement Summary

Visa Fiscal Q1 2023 Income Statement Summary

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Visa fundamental analysis graph based on P/CFL

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