How Wall Street Analysts View Visa Stock
Visa (V) is covered by 41 analysts in December 2017. Of these analysts, four recommend a “hold” for the stock. Visa’s management has a positive view of e-commerce and economies shifting toward cashless transactions, which could have influenced the 18 “strong buy” ratings. Plus, 19 analysts rated Visa stock as a “buy.”
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Twenty-eight analysts are covering Vantiv (VNTV) in December 2017. Of these analysts, ten analysts have given “strong buy” ratings while another ten analysts have rated the stock as a “buy.” The remaining eight analysts have given a “hold” rating on the stock.
In November 2017, VNTV was tracked by 27 analysts. Ten analysts gave “strong buy” ratings, and nine analysts suggested a “buy.” Eight analysts gave “hold” ratings to Visa stock.
Visa’s competitor (XLF) Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) is tracked by 23 analysts in December 2017. Ten analysts rated the stock as a “strong buy,” and nine analysts recommended a “buy.” Four analysts rated the stock as a “hold.”
FIS was covered by 23 analysts in November 2017. Eleven of these analysts rated the stock as a “strong buy,” and three analysts rated it as a “hold.” The nine remaining analysts gave “buy” ratings on the stock.
In December 2017, 28 analysts are tracking Total System Services (TSS), out of which nine analysts rated the stock as a “strong buy.” Six analysts gave “buy” ratings for TSS. Twelve analysts suggested a “hold,” and one analyst rated it as a “strong sell.”