Earnings are up 19.4% at NortonLifeLock

Earnings are up 19.4% at NortonLifeLock

Improved user numbers and higher average revenue per user led to a 10.5% jump in revenue for this company during the most-recent quarter.

A recent cybersecurity acquisition continues to add to its global user base.

The stock trades at just 15.1 times the company’s 2022 earnings forecast.

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