Fiserv’s (FISV) has had double-digit profit growth every year since 1986. Now it sees future growth opportunity in Latin America.
It’s hard to find deals in this stock market nowadays. But Fiserv (FISV) is still a bargain with an Est. LTG of 14% and a P/E of only 16.
FinTech stock Fiserv (FISV) broke out after posting impressive results, as operating margin improved to 39.2% from 35.6% a year-ago.
This Bear Market has investors lowering expectations, with many people now looking for 10%-plus growers, like Fiserv (FISV).
FIserv (FISV) the company is a dependable mid-to-high teens grower profit-wise. Stock-wise, FISV has a very reasonable P/E of 17.
Investors feel Fiserv’s (FISV) profit margins will erode over time as competition including Stripe and Ayden offer lower pricing.
Fiserv (FISV) seems like a real value in the stock market, as its growing profits ~16% while the stock has a P/E of only 15.
Fiserv (FISV) has been cranking out the profits (+23% last qtr) yet the stock is in a downtrend, with a P/E of only 16. Why?
With a P/E of only 21, and 21% profit growth expected, Fiserv (FISV) seems to have great upside for a conservative stock.
Fiserv (FISV) is delivering some solid profit growth (as usual), but the stock is down a bunch since last quarter.
Fiserv (FISV), the worlds largest payment processor, has delivered 35 years of +10% profit growth. This year looks even better.
Fiserv (FISV) looks like a screaming value as the Blue Chip double-digit grower has a P/E of only 22. We see 40% upside.
Bank software company Fiserv (FISV) has HUGE upside after its merger with credit card transaction company First Data.
Retail closures are hurting Fiserv’s (FISV) pristine performance. Still, profits are expected to climb 16% on average the next year.
Fiserv (FISV) management affirmed 2020 profit growth guidance of 23% to 27%. And management buys back stock.
The Fiserv (FISV) merger with First Data is already paying off for investors. Now it seems profits will be better than we thought.
Fiserv (FISV) is going to merge with First Data (FDC) to become a new powerhouse in credit/debit payment processing.
Bank software provider Fiserv (FISV) expects “substantial adjusted earnings per share growth” in its 2018 financial outlook due to tax cuts.
Banks (and bank stocks) are doing great! Which means more money to spend on software and technology, which Fiserv (FISV) provides.
Fiserv (FISV) has grown profits by at least 10% every year since 1986. The stock is also timely right now, as investors appreciate consistency.