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Global Payments: A Growth Business To Consider

Dec. 04, 2021 1:11 AM ETGlobal Payments Inc. (GPN)28 Comments
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Daniel Petersen


  • The company has an excellent track record of consistent growth.
  • Above-average growth, coupled with a reasonable valuation, should deliver stellar returns.
  • Free cash flow, stock chart performance and operating earnings are suggesting that the company is valued at attractive prices.
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Global Payments (NYSE:GPN) is a company that I have been watching for a long time. After first reviewing the company's finances and being very pleased with what I saw, I added it to my watchlist. Now, a few months later, we have the

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Just sharing my thoughts. I love analysing companies and thought I would share my thoughts. Be sure to leave constructive feedback if you have any. Trust in your analysis and remember that value is often found when going against the crowd.

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