This payment processing company continues to collect smaller software verticals to capture niche markets.
The hot payments industry sector has left these three companies behind. Are any of them buys?
One of these two companies is growing its top and bottom lines at a torrid pace. The other looks to be a rare value stock in today's bull market. But which is a better buy now?
Last year's $10 billion acquisition of Worldpay Group by Vantiv has produced a formidable industry payments player that is still recognizing cost and revenue synergies from the integration of the two companies.
Looking for a stock at a good value, that provides a steady income and allows you to sleep at night? These three companies fit the bill.
Both companies are poised to benefit from the global economy's shift from cash to digital payments. Which makes for a better investment now? That's a tougher question.
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Mastercard continues to differentiate its payment services from rivals and win new deals to become a one-stop shop.
The credit card issuer is not without some nagging concerns. But, overall, its prospects seem bright and its shares look cheap.
While the company's top- and bottom-line growth easily cleared 20% growth rates, this user metric was even more impressive.
The credit card company should continue to experience market-beating returns as long as it keeps growing in these key markets around the globe.
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Investors in both of these payment companies have been richly rewarded the past couple of years, but which makes for a better investment today?