Visa: Huge Upside As Global Economic Activity Recovers From Pandemic (NYSE:V)

Visa (V) is one of my favorite buy and hold forever stocks that seems to get lost in the mix recently.

As investors patiently await the Q3 earnings season to determine economic recovery from COVID-19, I still remain extremely bullish on Visa stock.

Reuters reported Visa transaction volume has recovered from its bottom in April after global lockdowns dragged U.S. economic activity to a halt.

While renewable energy stocks have soared, digital payment stocks like Visa are trading at similar levels before the pandemic shocked the world.

ChartData by YCharts

Data by Ycharts

Digital payments are the future of global commerce and I’ll explain why Visa remains a core part of my retirement portfolio along with an overall risk-reward thesis for dividend growth investors.

Visa is a Digital Payment Giant

Visa stands as one of the most recognizable logos in the world. If you live in a western country then

Read More

7 Cheap Tech Stocks With Big Upside

Analysts believe these seven tech stocks are currently cheap.

While the market has whipsawed up and down over the course of 2020, tech stocks have steadily climbed to new highs. It makes sense that companies that rely on internet connections and cloud technology rather than brick-and-mortar locations have done particularly well this year, and as the pandemic continues to keep people at home, these tech companies should continue to thrive. While many big names in the technology sector have hit all-time highs, there are still plenty of tech stocks with major upside left. This is especially true for companies helping businesses continue operations via the cloud, keeping consumers connected or manufacturing communications technology — all essential services during the pandemic. Analysts believe the following names are seven cheap tech stocks with huge upside going forward.

Box (ticker: BOX)

Companies around the world have been forced to figure out remote work

Read More