VeriSign: Wait For A More Favorable Entry Price

Mar. 17, 2023 2:51 PM ETVeriSign, Inc. (VRSN)
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  • With a profit margin as high as 47%, the company is doing well. It distributes almost all its profits to shareholders through share repurchases.
  • VeriSign's outlook looks good, with expected growth in domain name registrations between 0% and 2.5% for 2023. The company has also implemented price increases starting in September this year.
  • Since 2018, VeriSign has been quoted at a high valuation, but this high valuation has still not straightened out. The rise in interest rates could be a possible catalyst for a reversion.
  • I prefer to wait for a more favorable entry price.

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VeriSign (NASDAQ:VRSN) may be an unknown company to many, yet it holds a large market. It provides domain name registration and Internet infrastructure services, giving people, businesses, governments and the like domain names to manage their websites.


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VeriSign's cash flow highlights - SEC and author's own calculation

VeriSign's cash flow highlights (SEC and author's own calculation)

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VeriSign's earnings estimates - VRSN ticker page on Seeking Alpha

VeriSign's earnings estimates (VRSN ticker page on Seeking Alpha)

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