A Great Company at a Fair Price: eBay

Investors, want a great stock for a great price? Look no further than eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY  ) . This company has been priced relatively well for the past few months, and its recent partnership with Discover to bring Paypal to bricks-and-mortar stores is just the beginning of what will be an inevitable growth spurt for the company. With Paypal, customers will be able to have another viable mobile payment solution, placing them in the ring with competitors like Google (Nasdaq: GOOG  ) , Square, and Merchant Exchange Services (MCX), all geared up to take advantage of the upcoming move into mobile payments. Similarly, eBay's international expansion into broader markets makes this company a great long-term investment.

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