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    1. Due to their simple yet effective business model, MasterCard has had great success on the stock market. Success which isn't really seeing a slow down any time soon. 2. Economic growth and an ever growing number of monetary payments also help MasterCard, because a bigger economy, means more card swipes.
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A competitor of the already mentioned Visa, MasterCard was formed in 1966 as Interbank Card Association, and changed their name to the well known MasterCard in 1979. Its headquarters are in Purchase, New York, United States.A company of this reputation has surely had a lot of wins under its belt, being that it has a history spanning half a century. The company, which had been organized as a cooperative of banks, had an initial public offering in May, 2006, selling 95.5 million shares at $39 each. The stock is traded on the NYSE under the symbol MA.Some of the problems that Mastercard has encountered along the way have put the company in a difficult position. In 1996 about 4 million merchants sued Mastercard in federal court for making them accept debit cards if they wanted to accept credit cards and dramatically increasing credit card swipe fees. This case was settled with a multibillion-dollar payment in 2003, the largest antitrust award in history.More recently, In December 2010, Mastercard blocked all payments to WikiLeaks due to claims that they engage in illegal activity. In a response, a group of online activists calling themselves "Anonymous" organised a denial-of-service attack; as a result, the Mastercard website experienced downtime on December 8-9, 2010 and on December 9, 2010 the servers of Mastercard underwent a massive attack.

1. If you're looking for a short and quick profit, MasterCard stock might not be for you, since it usually follows closely to market trends, and if the market falls, the MasterCard stock falls with it. Since the start of 2019, the lowest point of the MasterCard stock was 181.18 USD, but it has seen a slow and steady rise, seeing a peak at 265.80USD, and by the looks of it, it's still going to grow. 2. Meanwhile, there's still plenty of risk to the stock. According to Yahoo! Finance estimates, analysts are hoping Mastercard will report a whopping $1.53 per share in profit in its next reported quarter. That's a 34% earnings growth rate they're demanding Mastercard deliver, and as unreasonable as that might seem, there's every reason to believe analysts will punish the stock if they don't get what they're expecting.

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