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In this segment from Thursday's Investor Beat, Motley Fool analyst David Hanson discusses why Discover should stand in its own right as a strong performing investment, rather than continuing to hold the stigma among investors as "the poor man's American Express ." David also talks about why this company should stand apart in investors' minds from the two big players in credit cards, Visa and MasterCard , and why Discover should almost be viewed more as a bank than a credit card company.
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