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Infosys Ltd

Infosys is a information technology service company located in India, which is part of the Technology sector, and is traded under the ticker INFY on the NYSE exchange.

Infosys stock last closed at $16.90, down 1.23% from the previous day, and has decreased 24.82% in one year. It has overperformed other stocks in the Information Technology Services industry by 0.01 percentage points. Infosys stock is currently +3.11% from its 52-week low of $16.39, and -35.96% from its 52-week high of $26.39.

At the moment, there are 4.21B shares of INFY outstanding. The market capitalization of INFY is $71.09B. In the last 24 hours, 6.04M INFY shares were traded.

How to Buy Infosys Stock

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  1. Choose where to buy Infosys stock: You need to choose a stock brokerage, but don't worry - we've tested dozens of online brokerages and apps to help you figure out where to buy Infosys stock.
  2. Sign up for your brokerage account: Sign up for 0% fee trading with the highest-rated brokerage we've selected. It's the best place to buy INFY stock.
  3. Deposit money your brokerage account: Pick your payment method and add your details.
  4. Evaluate Infosys stock: The Infosys ticker symbol is INFY. Is Infosys stock a good investment? Should you buy shares of INFY? How do INFY's underlying business fundamentals look? Do top analysts think Infosys is a good buy? Why has INFY's stock price moved recently? (Hint: Our stock market analysis website can help you evaluate if INFY is a good stock to buy).
  5. Place your INFY trade: Decide if you will purchase INFY shares at the current market price or use a limit order to buy INFY stock at a particular price.
  6. Get notifications regarding your INFY position: Create a watchlist to keep track of your new investment in Infosys stock.

Step 1: Choose where to buy Infosys stock

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Step 2: Sign up for your brokerage account

Now that you've chosen the next step is brokerage, picked to fill out some personal info so you can buy INFY today.

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Step 3: Deposit money your brokerage account

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Step 4: Evaluate Infosys stock

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Infosys shares at a glance

INFY Price
$16.90
1w %
1.32%
1y %
-24.82%
5y %
131.67%
P/E
24.14x
P/B
7.15x
P/S
4.36x
PEG
2.61x
Revenue
$16.31B
Earnings
$2.96B
Fore. Rev. Growth
10.44%
Fore. Earn. Growth
9.26%
Market Cap
$71.09B
Next Earnings
N/A
Next Dividend
N/A

Infosys Zen Score

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You can see all of the due diligence checks on INFY's stock page.

Is INFY stock properly valued?

Investors use a variety of different financial metrics, analyses, models, and charts to gauge INFY's intrinsic value.

Using relative valuations ratios:

  • INFY could be overvalued based on its P/E ratio of 24.14x, relative to Information Technology Services industry P/E ratio of 20.69x
  • INFY could be overvalued based on its P/B ratio of 7.15x, relative to Information Technology Services industry P/B ratio of 3.3x
  • INFY may be overvalued based on its PEG ratio of 2.61x

You can do additional valuation research on INFY's stock here.

INFY Financial Health

Pros:

  • INFY's operating cash flow of $4.37B allows it to safely service it's debt of $722.00M.
  • INFY earnings of $4.06B is not sufficient to cover its interest payments.
  • There are more short-term assets than long-term liabilities on the INFY balance sheet.
  • There are more short-term assets than short-term liabilities on the INFY balance sheet.

Cons:

  • INFY has a relatively high debt to equity ratio of 0.56.
  • Total INFY debt is higher than 5 years ago, relative to shareholder equity.
  • INFY profit margin has gone down from 19.3% to 18.2% in the past year.

Do Wall Street analysts think it's a good time to buy INFY stock

Out of 6 sell side analysts who give forecasts on INFY, the consensus analyst rating on INFY is a Hold

Should I buy or sell INFY stock?

Based on 6 analysts offering ratings for Infosys Ltd.
Hold
Strong Buy
1 analysts 16.67%
Buy
1 analysts 16.67%
Hold
3 analysts 50%
Sell
0 analysts 0%
Strong Sell
1 analysts 16.67%

Most Recent INFY Analyst Forecasts

James Friedman, a bottom 9% analyst from Susquehanna downgrades INFY to a hold rating and lowers their INFY price target from $29.00 to $20.00, on Sep 16, 2022.

Sumeet Jain, a top 30% analyst from Goldman Sachs downgrades INFY to a strong sell rating, on Sep 13, 2022.

Keith Bachman, a bottom 8% analyst from BMO Capital maintains INFY with a hold rating and lowers their INFY price target from $25.00 to $21.00, on Jul 26, 2022.

Moshe Katri, a top 13% analyst from Wedbush maintains INFY with a buy rating and lowers their INFY price target from $30.00 to $25.00, on Jul 25, 2022.

Kunal Tayal, a top 34% analyst from Bank of America downgrades INFY to a hold rating and announces their INFY price target of $24.50, on Feb 24, 2022.

You can dive deeper into what analysts are projecting on the Infosys stock forecast page.

INFY Trading Indicators

SMA10
16.96
SMA20
17.69
SMA50
18.75
SMA100
18.75
SMA200
21
MACD
-0.59
MACD Signal
-0.54
MACD Histogram
-0.04
RSI
34.51
Stochastic %K
17.99
Stochastic %D
14.61
StochRSI %K
27.69
StochRSI %D
18.12

Is INFY Growing Revenue?

Last year, INFY earnings were $2.96B. During the last 5 year, INFY's earnings have gone up by 8.29% per year. This was slower than the Information Technology Services industry average of 9.01%.

Last year, INFY revenue was $16.31B. In the past 5 year, INFY's revenue has grown by 9.83% per year. This was slower than the Information Technology Services industry average of 11.53%.

You can research INFY's earnings and revenue performance here.

Are INFY executives and large shareholders buying or selling the stock?

In the last year, insiders at INFY have not bought or sold any shares.

Learn more about who owns INFY stock here.

Can I get consistent income from INFY stock?

Infosys pays a dividend of 2.42%, compared to the Information Technology Services industry's average dividend yield of 1.88%. If you owned $1,000 of INFY stock, you would have received $24.22 in the past year.

Infosys dividend payments have consistently grown over the past decade but have not remained stable.

Get more data about Infosys dividend yield and history here.

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Step 5: Place your INFY trade

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  • Market order: A market order is an order to buy or sell a security at the best price on the market.
    Market orders are mostly the easiest way to buy.
  • Limit order: A limit order allows you to buy or sell a security at a specific price (or better).
    If you want to make sure you're buying or selling at a particular price, use a limit order.

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Step 6: Get notifications regarding your INFY position

Now that you own some INFY shares, you'll want to stay up-to-date on your stock purchase.

Make a watchlist to monitor your INFY stock.

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How to Buy Stock in Infosys

To summarize, here are the 6 steps you need to take to buy Infosys stock right now:

  1. Choose where to buy Infosys stock
  2. Sign up for your brokerage account
  3. Deposit money your brokerage account
  4. Evaluate Infosys stock
  5. Place your INFY trade
  6. Get notifications regarding your INFY position

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NYSE: INFY
$16.90-0.21 (-1.23%)
Updated Sep 29, 2022
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NYSE: INFY
$16.90-0.21 (-1.23%)
Updated Sep 29, 2022
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FAQ

How much does it cost to buy one Infosys share?

As of Sep 29, 2022, it costs $16.90 to buy one share of Infosys stock.

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Is now a good time to buy Infosys stock?

According to 6 Wall Street analysts who monitor Infosys, their consensus recommendation is to hold Infosys stock.

What is the best way to buy Infosys stock?

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