Whether a stock should be a part of your portfolio, is your decision only. However, we can take a look at the information we have. Payments processor Visa (V) has had quite a good period for its stock, with the shares of V stock being on a constant rise. Visa’s stock is up around 21% so far in 2019 alone, with many people thinking that the run up will not stop yet. This result clearly outperformed the S&P 500 index’s gain of 13.4%.
On the other hand, a PE ratio of 33.1 and a dividend yield lower than 1% do not present Visa as a good buy. These metrics show that the stock is currently expensive.