Tag: PYPL

  • Top Reasons to Buy and Hold PayPal Holdings

    Top Reasons to Buy and Hold PayPal Holdings

    Oversold shares of PayPal Holdings (PYPL) are on the move. After catching double bottom support, the stock is just starting to push higher.  Helping, CEO Daniel Schulman just doubled down on his PYPL. In fact, according to a US SEC filing, the CEO bought 26,065 shares of PYPL at $76.16 a share for about $395,351…

  • PayPal Holdings’ CEO Dan Schulman Buying Shares

    PayPal Holdings’ CEO Dan Schulman Buying Shares

    “Since topping out around $309, PYPL fell to a recent low of $132.57 – and could fall even more. Typically, we’ll tell investors to buy the fear, even the “blood in the streets” with a drop like this. But the pullback doesn’t look like it’s over,” we noted on February 2. All thanks to guidance. The…

  • Falling Knife: PayPal Could See Lower Lows

    Falling Knife: PayPal Could See Lower Lows

    PayPal Holdings (PYPL) just can’t catch a break. Since topping out around $309, PYPL fell to a recent low of $132.57 – and could fall even more. Typically, we’ll tell investors to buy the fear, even the “blood in the streets” with a drop like this. But the pullback doesn’t look like it’s over. All thanks…

  • PayPal: The Worst May be Priced Into the Stock

    PayPal: The Worst May be Priced Into the Stock

    The pullback in PayPal is severely overdone, we said on November 9 and 12. Even now, it’s still technically oversold, but is starting to pivot higher.  From a current price of $213, we’d like to see $240 next.  Also, while there are plenty of bears, including: Citi, which lowered its target to $300 from $350…

  • PayPal May Have Finally Bottomed Out

    PayPal May Have Finally Bottomed Out

    The pullback in PayPal may be overdone, we noted on November 9. We also noted: With the pullback from $304.08 becoming overkill, keep an eye on the stock. Even the pile-on of lowered price targets is overdone. Citi lowered its target to $300 from $350 RBC Capital lowered its target to $298 from $322 Baird…

  • The Pullback in PayPal May be Overdone

    The Pullback in PayPal May be Overdone

    Keep an eye on the PayPal pullback. After racing from a low of $87 in early 2020 to a high of $309.48, the stock fell to a recent low of $204.58.  All thanks to its consumer spending concerns, and poor 2022 guidance.  For example, the company said fiscal 2022 revenue would increase about 18%, which…

  • Investors May Want to Avoid Robinhood Markets Stock For Now

    Investors May Want to Avoid Robinhood Markets Stock For Now

    Robinhood Markets (HOOD) can’t catch a break. After slipping just yesterday on news PayPal could offer a stock-trading platform for U.S. customers, SEC Chairman Gary Gensler says that banning “payment for order flow” could wiped out entirely. Payment for order flow is a practice “where brokers send trade orders to market makers that execute those…

  • Crisis Could Lead to Opportunity in PayPal and Square

    Crisis Could Lead to Opportunity in PayPal and Square

    Investors may want to avoid PayPal Holdings (PYPL) and Square (SQ) at the moment. For one, both are technically stretched. Square for example is plunging from its upper Bollinger Band (2,20), and from severely overbought RSI, MACD, and Williams’ %R.  From a current price of $214, it could fall to test support at its 50-day…