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- NU's 30 day story count now stands at 19.
- Over the past 26 days, the trend for NU's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 3.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about NU are APP, FICO and FUTU.
Latest NU News From Around the Web
Below are the latest news stories about NU HOLDINGS LTD that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate NU as an investment opportunity.
3 Top Fintech Stocks to Buy in June
The majority of fintech stocks have bounced back this year after a very difficult 2022 when businesses in the space struggled due to rapidly rising interest rates. If you've ever had your credit score run before -- and most U.S. adults have -- then you've interacted, at least indirectly, with Fair Isaac (NYSE: FICO). It's the company that developed the FICO score, which is used widely to judge would-be borrowers' creditworthiness for various types of consumer loans.
2 Buffett Stocks to Buy More of in June
When Warren Buffett makes a move, investors closely assess what it could say about the economy and whether or not everyone should follow his lead. For example, Berkshire bought all of its shares of Coca-Cola and American Express, two of its largest holdings, before 1995, and hasn't touched either since. Berkshire Hathaway owns more than 40 stocks, and it's the ones you don't hear about that might be the best stocks to buy.
The Best Stocks to Buy With $300 Right Now
The S&P 500 is up 9% this year despite continued economic volatility and a looming recession. The market and the economy don't always move in the same direction, and it looks like investors are ready for some momentum after enduring the S&P 500's longest bear market since 1973. There's no way to know when the bear market will turn into a bull market.
Up 85% This Year, Is This Warren Buffett Stock a Buy?
In this video, I will go over Nu Holdings' (NYSE: NU) first-quarter earnings report, which shows why legendary investor Warren Buffett owns this fintech company that has been dominating in South America.
Nu Holdings Is Expensive, but Here's Why I Can Live With Its Rich Valuation
After this big rally, there's no beating around the bush: The fintech stock is expensive, trading at more than 42 times forward earnings, with nearly a $31 billion market cap. Nu got its start by offering a credit card with no annual fees through a sleek digital banking experience. While it's hard to imagine Nu keeping up this growth forever, it still hasn't penetrated -- and therefore really monetized -- much of its client base with some of its most profitable products.
This Is Why Nu Holdings Is Better Than Most Fintech Stocks
Nu Holdings, a digital bank in Brazil, grew incredibly fast. But the company's success has to do with more than just growth.
Better Late Than Never: 3 Stocks to Buy Now That Are Up More Than 20% This Year
This has been the year of the stock picker. Look no further than the big three indexes for proof: The Nasdaq Composite is up 20%, the S&P 500 is up 9%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is up nearly 1%.
Nu Holdings First Quarter 2023 Earnings: Revenues Beat Expectations
Nu Holdings ( NYSE:NU ) First Quarter 2023 Results Key Financial Results Revenue: US$1.14b (up 248% from 1Q 2022). Net...
Nu Stock, Old Problem: A Tale of Two Analysts
Wall Street pros can't seem to agree on a blowout report this earnings season. Revenue soared 87% on a currency-adjusted basis for the Latin American provider of digital financial services, easily topping expectations. The stock has closed higher through the first four trading days of the week -- a 10% ascent.
Buy This Buffett Stock Before It's Too Late
Nu Holdings (NYSE: NU) went public in late 2021 with the backing of Warren Buffett's holding company, Berkshire Hathaway. It's hard to justify that kind of valuation regardless of how fast a company is growing, and it was interesting that it was a Buffett stock, because Buffett is known for his value style of investing. At this valuation, I am still recommending it as a buy.