How Analysts Are Rating Visa



Decline in “strong buy,” “buy” ratings

So far in February 2018, Visa (V) has seen a fall in its number of “strong buy” and “buy” ratings compared to the previous month.

Visa is being covered by 39 analysts in February, with five suggesting “holds” on it. The company has received “buy” ratings from 17 analysts, and another 17 have suggested “strong buys” on the stock.

Of the 41 analysts tracking Visa in January 2018, four rated the stock as a “hold,” and 19 rated it as a “buy.” The remaining 18 analysts suggested “strong buys” on Visa.

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Ratings on Visa’s peers

Fifteen analysts are covering Visa’s competitor (XLF) Green Dot (GDOT) as of February 2018, two of whom recommend “strong buys” and seven of whom recommend “holds” on the stock. However, six analysts recommend “buys” on the stock.

Twenty-seven analysts are covering Total System Services (TSS) as of February 2018, six of whom suggest “buys” and eight of whom recommend “strong buys” on the stock. However, one analyst suggests a “strong sell,” and the remaining 12 recommend “holds” on the stock.

Of the 28 analysts covering TSS in January 2018, six suggested “buys,” eight recommended “strong buys,” and one recommended a “strong sell” on the stock. Thirteen analysts recommended “holds” on TSS.

Fiserv (FISV) is being tracked by 23 analysts in February 2018, five of whom suggest “buys” and 16 of whom recommend “holds” on the stock. The remaining two analysts call FISV a “strong buy.”


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