Visa Declared Another Dividend – Should You Invest this Stock?

  • Visa (V) declared a $0.32 per share quarterly dividend in the form of cash
  • Cash will be paid on June 1, 2021, for shareholders of:
    • Record Date: May 14, 2021
    • Ex-Dividend Date: May 13, 2021

Visa Dividend History in the Last 5 Years

Ex-Div. DateDividendAmountPayment Date
05/13/2020 Cash$0.3006/02/2020
05/16/2019 Cash$0.2506/04/2019

Why Should You Invest in Visa Stock?

  • Visa is one of the top global payments technology companies since 1958
  • According to the company’s 2020 Annual Report, there were approximately 3.5 billion Visa cards in use
  • Visa processed 140.8 billion transactions in 2020 and made $10.9 billion net income, and we expect that to increase as the world recovers from the pandemic
  • The giant digital payment tech company’s earnings have grown by 15.30% per year over the past 5 years
  • Its operating cash flow well covers Visa’s debt
  • The famous card provider’s earnings are forecast to grow 19.35% per year, according to Simply Wall Street
  • Visa is among the top stocks on the S&P 500 index
  • Visa is also among the top stocks on the Dow Jones Industrial Average index
  • It consistently pays its shareholders cash dividends every quarter
  • Visa is a prominent and iconic brand
  • According to The Nilson Report, it is estimated that payment cards with global brands like Visa are projected to generate 853.90 billion purchase transactions by 2028
visa dividend stock

Risks of Investing in Visa Stock:

  • Visa’s current net profit margins (48.4%) are lower than last year (50.4%), according to Simply Wall Street
  • The company has a high level of debt; with high debt to equity ratio of 54.1%
  • Other risks and economic factors that could affect the movement or price of the stock

Disclaimer: This article is for information purposes only and should not be considered as a professional advice or endorsement of a particular investment. All investments have risks. Risk only the capital you’re not afraid to lose. Always do your own research before investing.

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