Paying with Paypal

Jason Sedawie

Decisive Asset Management

The upcoming spin off of Paypal (PYPL) means the company is single once again splitting up with Ebay on the 20th of July. Being independent will allow PYPL to truly partner with retailers in digital commerce. PYPL is uniquely positioned in digital payments handling one in every six dollars spent in e-commerce. Separated from Ebay PYPL will be able to do more business with other retailers that have been concerned that PYPL is owned by a retail competitor in Ebay. PYPL is a high growth yet highly profitable technology company with a decent 5% free cash flow yield. Spin-offs are always interesting as unlike IPOs sellers are not maximising the price. It's a rare site a technology company that actually throws off a lot of cash that is growing at a decent price. I doubt we would have this pricing if it was an IPO. Find out more at (VIEW LINK)

Jason Sedawie
Jason Sedawie
Executive Director
Decisive Asset Management

Jason has a background in investment management, accounting and online retail. Together these three perspectives give Jason a unique view on investment trends in global markets.


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