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BUY
He owns MA instead, and knows Visa well. All are positioned very well for the move to a cashless society. Ramping up investments in fintech and bitcoin-type currencies. Likes them going forward.
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DON'T BUY
As a trader, not long-term investor He sold it. He bought more financials in September at $163, then popped to $189. He traded it. Fed moves (tapering and raising rates) have a negative impact on financials, and he was holding too many financials. He raised a little cash from this sale. Inflation isn't as transitory as the Fed thought, and he worries that the US yield curve will invert. He doesn't envy Jay Powell; the Fed is in a tough spot.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Shares have fallen off a cliff in recent weeks. They have great ties with small/medium businesses, and Millennial consumers. A quality name worth nibbling at during the current Omicron sell-off.
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PARTIAL BUY
If the Omicron variant does not slow down the economy and the market snaps back, then buy... It's fallen in the past month due to the payment-stocks sell-off and Omicron. This benefits because people will go out and spend. If you're risk-averse, but partially now then buy when America sees the first Omicron case.
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BUY
International travel restrictions are being lifted, and this is benefiting. Buyers flooded into this today.
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COMMENT
Could recent boycott calls effect this stock long term? He doesn't know about the boycotts. He feels the CEO is a good corporate citizen. He's concerned, and likes the stock, but will look into this issue.
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BUY
Mastercard announced that any of its merchants can soon offer crypto services. MA is up 1% YTD, but Visa is up 7% and AmEx 50%. Stay with AmEx.
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BUY
It has both travel and (rising) interest rate exposure. Ideal in this environment.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
It's a play on travel especially oversears and dining out. This will benefit from pent-up spending. Wait till it reports next week Friday, so there's time to buy on a dip before that. Is down only slightly from highs.
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COMMENT

Amex vs. Visa Visa. Once international travel picks up, transaction activity will rise. Same with business travel. Visa will benefit from both. Amex also, to a certain extent. The different is that Amex offers credit, while Visa is purely transactional. So, Visa doesn't carry credit risk on those balances while Amex does. This is why Amex trades at a lower multiple. She likes the digital commerce space because it will continue to grow and replace cash, which we saw during the pandemic.

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BUY on WEAKNESS
Negative futures this morning pushed the stock down $2, but snapped back sharply on recent upgrades. This is one example of taking advantage of the futures which are otherwise useless.
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BUY
To stay on top of this recovery, follow the money, the payments stocks. He suspects the U.S. will see the Roaring 20s, particularly for small businesses.
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BUY
Their earnings report disappointed the street and it sank, but the market got it wrong. This is good long term with a bright future. Entertainment and travel will bounce back big and AmEx will benefit.
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COMMENT
They report Friday. It's a barometer stock to determine the strength of the U.S. recovery--small business, travel and entertainment spending.
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DON'T BUY

AXP vs. V vs. MA Likes the story of both V and MA. They take no credit risk, just a tollbooth. American Express is very different, as they do take on risk. We're going to a cashless society. Great growth businesses, little capital expenditure. V has lots of growth yet in Asia. Once travel starts up again, V numbers should pick up.

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American Express(AXP-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 12

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 14

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On 2022-01-21, American Express (AXP-N) stock closed at a price of $158.74.