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Visa operates a global electronic payments network, allowing customers to use credit cards instead of cash.
Price/Cash flow at discount to historical growth rate, CEO is only 50.
Buffett style stock, consistent growth, very good margins
Very good business model
Love that they are now accepted at Costco. Maybe more people will join since a more widely used network is accepted
Very good business model along with Mastercard. They don't have the credit risk that American Express has and also have better net profit margins.
A great market position and a good position for the payment markets in the future.
The weak Yuan, the slowdown of Chinese economy, tumbled Euro zones all indicate less consuming for the upcoming months. Not only VISA. S&P 500 will decline indicating most stocks will go down.
I am buying financials. Keep em coming. This dip in the market is where you are going to make the money.
I own both V and MA.
Expansion into new markets.
Past performance and America's reliance on credit.
China has begin to end the monopoly on the bank/credit card market and is allowing Visa and Mastercard in. This could lead to a giant leap in new customers which would lead to more revenue.
They are the worlds toll booth (and Jeff said it would).
Repeat business, string moat, plenty of growth opportunity for both MA and V. Expect greater than 15% growth over the next few years as they leverage margin growth and increased revenue.
Interesting investment for long term
Best of breed
Visa is excepted at more locations around the world than any other card.
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