Information technology is one of the fastest growing sectors in the stock market. Consequently, technology stocks offer the potential for the highest long-term total returns. But unfortunately, there is a fly in the ointment. The promise of technology is no secret, as a result, investors seeking total return have driven most technology stocks to levels that make them not investable for prudent value investors.
In this video I will cover five information technology stocks. I will illustrate how fast and consistently these companies have grown their business. Moreover, I will further illustrate how Mr. Market has driven their stock valuations to high and therefore risky levels. Importantly, each of these companies operate in payment services and each of them have recently experienced pressure on their stock prices. However, only one of them – which has been overvalued – has seen their stock price come into attractive valuation levels. Therefore, although I like all five of the companies covered in this video, there is only one that I consider investable based on valuation at this time.
The five companies in this video are: Visa (V), PayPal Holdings (PYPL), Square Inc (SQ), Mastercard Inc (MA), and one Mystery Stock! Check out the video to find out!
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