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Trading  | July 30, 2019

PayPal and Mastercard are two of the best stocks to own right now in the emerging fintech industry, a top analyst says.

Lisa Ellis of MoffettNathanson, told TheStreet during our recent Webinar How to Invest in the Coming Fintech Revolution that she likes PYPL because the firm "is in the process of finally fully separating itself from eBay within the next 12 months. As they're doing that, they're now free to strike partnerships with all of these other big e-commerce players."

For instance, PYPL has cut deals in recent months with:

  • American Express to jointly develop services for AXP customers.
  • Facebook to power all payments made via FB's Instagram product.
  • MercadoLibre, a major Latin American e-commerce company that PYPL is investing $750 million in.
  • Uber to run virtual payment "wallets" for Uber drivers. The deal included a $500 million PYPL investment in Uber shortly before UBER's recent initial public offering.
  • Walmart to allow PayPal customers to withdraw or deposit cash into PYPL accounts via Walmart bricks-and-mortar stores.

Ellis said PayPal "sits there as an agnostic platform player in the great position to [team up with multiple companies] So as much as that stock has had a great run, we think it's actually poised for another inflection point."

As for Mastercard, Ellis said that "the reality is that MasterCard and Visa were the original fintechs and they continue to be so. They're wildly innovative and very cash-rich companies. They have huge amount of cash that they pour into investments.

"I wouldn't think of [Mastercard and Visa] as your traditional credit-card companies," she said. "They actually have a very broad range of products ... and they sit right at the hub of the digitization [of payments]."

A revolutionary initiative is helping average Americans find quick and lasting stock market success.

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