Visa's Attractive Valuation Makes It A Buy

In my December 2, 2021 Visa (V) post at Dividend Power, I lay out why I considered it to be an attractive long-term investment. I followed up this post with my April 27, 2022 post on this site where I suggest accumulating V shares on pullbacks. I once again revisit my largest holding in this guest post at Dividend Power and conclude Visa's attractive valuation makes it a 'Buy'.

NOTE: My guest was composed following the December 7 market close at which time shares were trading at ~$207.

Given the 2023 outlook shared recently by many senior executives, investors would be wise to dial back risk. In V, we have a company with a very low probability of defaulting on its obligations. This gives us a reasonable degree of comfort that we will not wake up one morning to learn that V is filing for bankruptcy protection.

Despite V's current attractive valuation, 2023 could end up being a 'challenging' year. If V's valuation becomes even more attractive, I recommend you acquire more V shares.

I wish you much success on your journey to financial freedom!

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Disclosure: I am long V.

Disclaimer: I do not know your circumstances and do not provide individualized advice or recommendations. I encourage you to make investment decisions by conducting your research and due diligence. Consult your financial advisor about your specific situation.

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