Visa (NYSE:V) is the largest credit card processor in the world. Its stock has been a major outperformer as digital payments continue taking a larger share of the overall pie.Visa (V) is an attractive stock, largely because it generates revenue without selling fancy products or other particularly nuanced value offerings. Rather, V processes payments, making life easier for businesses, consumers, and everyone else.The beauty of V’s business is it has the potential to expand with ease across posterity in unison with seemingly inevitable population growth and economic expansion. V is venturing into the crypto space, meaning it is willing to do whatever is necessary to expand its market share. However, V isn’t exactly doing anything particularly special. After all, there are plenty of players in its increasingly crowded payment processing space. However, there is an argument to be made that V is also a fintech play.
Below, we provide a closer look at V, helping investors determine whether the stock is a buy, sell or hold. Without further ado, here’s what investors should know about V.
V Points of Note
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