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PayPal Stock Forecast: Strong Moat And Extremely Cheap

May 02, 2022 4:52 PM ETPayPal Holdings, Inc. (PYPL)22 Comments
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  • PayPal has lost over $240 billion in value in the past few months.
  • PayPal is no longer a growth stock and that’s fine.
  • It is fairly valued and has a strong moat in its industry.

PayPal"s Stock Tumbles On Poor Quarterly Earnings Report

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Investment thesis

PayPal (NASDAQ:PYPL) stock price has been hammered in the past few months as investors worry about the company’s growth. The shares plummeted to a low of $81 this year, which was a 72% drop from its

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I am a financial analyst specializing in the technology, consumer, and industrial stocks. I operate a private office in Nairobi that invests in American and European equities. I am also the founder of rkdream.com, a financial media platform. Fellow contributor, Stella Mwende is one of my colleagues.

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