Adobe is also a poster child for financial consistency, and its latest report was no different. Although Adobe doesn't pay a dividend, it has a history of repurchasing shares, and bought back 2.1 million in fiscal Q3 -- about 0.5% of shares outstanding. With the stock priced at 34 times forward earnings, it trades at a bit of a premium.
First, I'd like to see at least some semblance of a competitive advantage. When asking my followers on social media, PayPal Holdings (NASDAQ: PYPL) came out as the runaway winner for struggling stocks to buy at a discount, and I agree that it has potential. Discount retailer Dollar General has a competitive advantage: over 19,000 locations around the country.
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