To the average eye, these two credit card titans might sport similar business models, but looks can be deceiving. Which company makes for a better investment right now?
First Data's recent acquisitions are already paying off, but does that make the company a buy for investors?
This company is much, much more than another payment processing provider.
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PayPal's Customer Choice initiatives are driving the company's growing network effect.
New products show that PayPal believes it can help fill gaps in the world's financial system for the underprivileged.
Credit risk concerns might be overblown, making this credit card company an undervalued gem that is finding new ways to win and incentivize customers.
Mastercard gave investors more reasons to cheer when it reported a strong first quarter, but one recent acquisition is providing the payment network with several potential revenue streams.
After a strong first quarter, can American Express continue to produce big returns for investors? The company's management emphatically believes it can, especially if it sticks to its newfound formula for success.
This cash management company keeps trucking along but, along with a growing market share, its growth-by-acquisition strategy is accruing debt fast.
This insurance company's duck might not swim fast, but that's not a reason to mistake it for a goose.
In the company's first quarter, Visa beat expectations and raised guidance, but it was its overseas triumphs that stood out the most.
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These three stocks offer growth at a reasonable price, an attractive quality for investors in their 40s.