Is BILL Stock a Buy After Today’s Bashing?

November 3. 2023. 5 mins read

“If you’re someone sitting on the sidelines, we don’t see any reason why you wouldn’t consider going long Bill Holdings (BILL).” That’s what we concluded this past April in a piece titled Bill: A Financial Process Automation Leader. At that time, BILL traded at a reasonable simple valuation ratio of seven. Following their latest earnings report, the stock has dropped 30% bringing BILL’s SVR to around 5 which happens to be right in line with our catalog average. (Our recent tech stock catalog update saw the average drop from 6.5 to 5 as growth stocks become less appealing in the face of ye olde macroeconomic headwinds.) Today, we want to make sure that BILL’s bad earnings report is an opportunity, not a trap.

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