Financial technology (fintech) companies that focus on online payments and digital financial services have fallen on hard times since the Covid-19 pandemic ended. These companies saw their share prices surge as consumers sheltered-in-place at home and businesses were forced to move their operations online. However, interest in fintech stocks has since declined sharply and the share prices of many companies have fallen precipitously over the last 18 months. It doesn’t help that many fintech compa
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Over the past year, fintech stocks have been under lots of pressure. While enterprise software stocks like Workday (NASDAQ:WDAY) and Intuit (NASDAQ:INTU) are near 52-week highs, some fintechs are at multi-year lows. Sentiment has turned extremely negative, a stark contrast from the rosy pandemic period. However, the market’s indifference is creating an opportunity. Some undervalued fintech stocks are trading at their lowest price-to-earnings and highest enterprise value to free cash flow yield.