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Why WWE Is My New Stock Purchase

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August 18, 2010 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: WWE , BAC , GIGM

Hello.  You might remember me as one of TMF's most uprising stars with a 98 CAPS rating.  Anyways, I've made a few moves recently.  Not many though.  The stock market has been a challenge in recent months.  Anyways, no challenge at buying WWE finally after months of review and watching. 

Personally, I've watched wrestling since the 80's: WWF, WCW, ECW, TNA, ROH, and now WWE.  Well WWE is short of stars at the moment, the current Raw program somewhat is lame, and more superstars like the Undertaker are expected to retire soon, causing WWE to lose even more money.  WWE is losing money mostly on PPV buys as UFC competes, the WWE storyline is stale, and people are finding more ways to watch for free.

Well today is the time to BUY!  Dividend is not going anywhere at over 10% now.  Stadiums remained packed.  And new stars are rising every few months.  WWE is in a transition period and this is the time to buy WWE if you plan to get rewarded in the future.

Solid company, long-term reputation at positive revenue, and a sick dividend make WWE a steal!

In other news, I have added more BAC shares, sold all my EROC warrant shares, and also bought GIGM at a low share number just to see what happens.

Good luck!

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 18, 2010 at 12:28 PM, MoneyOre (< 20) wrote:

How do they sustain their dividend with respect to their EPS? 

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#2) On August 19, 2010 at 11:23 AM, mikecart1 (98.61) wrote:

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They will sustain it by putting quotas on the roster.  They got a lot of stars that aren't on the shows during the week and aren't used much.  They can drop their pays.  They also make a lot at the live shows because the stadiums stay full.  Their PPV buys are dropping but their prices are rising.  When they push some younger stars or when TNA gets more competitive, WWE will have no problem making money.

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#3) On September 11, 2010 at 4:52 PM, Mstinterestinman (< 20) wrote:

Earnings were suppressed by the recession plus when you look their cash  and cash flows dividend is safe for at least two more years and thats assuminig no earnings growth which I feel is very unlikely.

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