MasterCard (MA) stock has been moving up — and hit an All-Time high — as consumers spend on travel and entertainment.
MasterCard (MA) is seeing good growth for its cybersecurity and fraud prevention services. Cross-border volume has been good too,
MasterCard (MA) thinks card spending will continue to be healthy in 2023 due to the strong labor market. Travel spending is high too,
A strong UD Dollar trimmed MasterCard’s (MA) revenue growth from 23% to 15%. Now the dollar is falling, and that’s good news.
MasterCard (MA) saw robust consumer spending last qtr, especially with cross-border spending as volumes rose 58% year-over-year.
MasterCard (MA) is seeing strong spending in retail and travel, as Cross-border travel is above 2019 levels, and above expectations.
MasterCard’s (MA) profits are expected to climb from around $8 in 2021 to maybe $20 in 2025 as travel spending resumes.
MasterCard’s (MA) profit growth ramped up to 43% last qtr. And the good growth looks to continue for years to come.
MasterCard (MA) stock has been rising while profits are declining. Let’s take a look at the stock, as its P/E of 44 is high.
MasterCard (MA) stock is close to an All-Time high even though profit growth is weak as investors think ahead to 2021.
I’m seeing lots of stocks like MasterCard (MA) that could be around their current price a year from now.
MasterCard (MA) warned revenue will come in below estimates this qtr as the Coronavirus slows cross-border travel.
Worried about the stock market? Maybe you should take a look at MasterCard (MA), which continues to provide steady growth.
MasterCard’s (MA) around its all-time highs, and with global economies doing better than last year could MA’s profit growth return to the mid-teens?
For the third straight quarter MasterCard (MA) beat the street and analysts upped profit estimates. MA is on a roll right now, and 2017 looks good.
MasterCard’s (MA) only expected to have 3% profit growth this year as the dollar is hurting results. Plus, at 27x profits the stock is high.
MasterCard (MA) has been climbing this year even though stocks — and Financials in particular — have had a tough go of things in 2011. This stick is very timely now, but the move higher has taken away some upside.
Mastercard (MA) expectes profit growth of more than 20% for the next three years. With a P/E of 16, this stock is undervalued and has good upside potential. Here’s when I expect MA to eclipse its all-time high.
Left: MA’s ten-year chart shows the company has growth profits consistently even through tough economic times.