Analysts expect PayPal (PYPL) to grow profits 20% in 2019. But since the company has been beating the street, I think 25% is likely.
PayPal (PYPL) continues to deliver strong results. Regardless, profit growth just slowed a bit from 31% to 26%. I think it will slow more.
PayPal (PYPL) recently doubled in price, so it’s no wonder its taking a breather. With the NASDAQ looking to move higher, PYPL could too.
Ebay has decided to allow customers to have more payment choices, which sent shares of Paypal (PYPL) lower. Is heightened competition a concern for PYPL stock?
Mobile payments are increasing in popularity as people buy more things with their cell phones. PayPal’s (PYPL) Venmo app is taking a big chunk of those payments.