Euronet Worldwide, Inc.

  • Profiting from Wall Street Rumors

    By Callum Turcan - June 26, 2013 | Tickers: EEFT, MGI, WU

    Moneygram International (NASDAQ: MGI) was up 5.35% on Friday as rumors swirled around Wall Street that a buyout of around $20-$27 could happen. That could represent a sharp premium from its $21.45 closing price as of Friday, but is a buyout likely?

    Moneygram posted free cash flow (FCF) of $43.4 million last quarter, which was significantly better than the negative $90.3 million in FCF posted more »

  • Should You Watch This Stock Like a Hawk?

    By Mark Lin - June 3, 2013 | Tickers: HAWK, EEFT, GDOT

    Benjamin Graham advised against investing in new initial public offerings (IPOs), as he believed that IPOs typically represent a means for exit for prior owners and are rarely priced at a discount. I like to keep an open mind and examine all investments, including IPOs, on a case-by-case basis. Blackhawk Network (NASDAQ: HAWK), one of the largest third-party gift card distributors globally and a wholly owned subsidiary of Safeway prior more »

  • Western Union Is Still the Undisputed King!

    By rakesh jaiswal - April 8, 2013 | Tickers: EBAY, EEFT, MGI, WU

    Western Union(NYSE: WU), despite being at the top of its game for over a century is today selling at a remarkable bargain price. Reason? The company forecasted reduced revenue in 2013 mainly due to pricing pressures and compliance issues in its Mexican business. But I’d take this just as a short term headwind that will bolster the company’s growth in 2014. Thus I think this is the more »

  • Western Union is still the undisputed king!

    By rakesh jaiswal - April 5, 2013 | Tickers: EBAY, EEFT, MGI, WU

    Western Union(NYSE: WU), despite being at the top of its game for over a century is today selling at a remarkably bargain price. Reason? The company forecasted reduced revenues in 2013 mainly due to pricing pressures and compliance issues in its Mexican business. But I’d take this just as a short term headwind which will bolster the company’s growth in 2014. Thus I think this is the more »

  • Western Union is Grossly Misunderstood

    By Daniel Sparks - January 9, 2013 | Tickers: EEFT, MGI, WU

    Western Union (NYSE: WU) is the undeniable leader in money transfers through its global network of more than 5,000 agents.  Despite the company's evident competitive advantage as the world's leader in money transfers, Western Union is priced for decline, trading at just 6.7 times forward earnings estimates. Fortunately for long-term investors, this conservative valuation has little merit.

    Western Union and Immigrants

    Many U.S. citizens rarely more »

  • Shortsighted Investors Are Missing This Stock's Long-Term Value Proposition

    By Ted Cooper - January 2, 2013 | Tickers: EEFT, MGI, WU | Editor's Choice

    Western Union (NYSE: WU) is the world's leading money transfer business, but near-term problems have weighed on the stock as of late. Despite its dominant market position, investors are concerned that a weak global economy and emerging substitute products will subject Western Union to substantial pain. However, the company's long-term business results likely will look similar or better than in the past, which makes the stock look cheap more »

  • Insider Trading Analysis: Cardtronics

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - December 10, 2012 | Tickers: CATM, C, EEFT, GPN, JPM

    According to a filing with the SEC, Mark Rossi, who sits on the Board of Directors of Cardtronics (NASDAQ: CATM), had a family limited liability company purchase 3,000 shares of his company’s stock at an average price of $22.97 per share. Rossi had already owned close to 15,000 shares directly; his most recent purchase of Cardtronics had been in August 2011, at prices close to $25 more »