Back in February, we wrote an article about Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) and placed a price target of $530. This was right before inflation fears became mainstream. After a wild few months, the share price has now met and exceeded $530. As a result, we wanted to do a follow-up on the company.
Here are the main points of our newest report:
Lately, the biggest concern facing investors is whether or not inflation will be transitory or if the FED will lose control and be forced to jack up rates. A lot of companies are facing shortages and increasing material costs which will result in companies either taking the hit to their margins or passing the costs to the consumers.
As a result, the best companies to own in this type of environment are those with high margins or considerable pricing power with consumers. Adobe happens to have both. We've already established that customers are unwilling to switch to alternatives and will pay whatever Adobe wants them to pay. Read more:
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