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Adobe is an American computer software company that has grown tremendously since being founded in 1982. This morning the company reported their Q4 2020 earnings and beat expectations, posted strong full-year guidance, and announced a $15B buyback program.
After reporting earnings it became clear that the company is the an industry leader in regards to digital media, digital sales, and creative software. Because of their strength they reported record cash flow operations and increased their cash supply tremendously. Adobe is looking great.
Their balance sheet looks strong and the company is not disappointing in regards to growth. But is the company's stock worth the $480 that it's priced at right now? Especially after an impressive year of already gaining more than 44%?