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Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. operates as a diversified media and entertainment company worldwide.
With a current P/E of around 8, this stock is trading at a significant discount to its industry. Should easily hit $40 in the coming weeks/months.
Flush with cash. Fox seems to be in a good position to return value to shareholders. Earnings are consistent most quarters, with a very good quarter ending in 2014.
Donald Yacktman recently acquired 58MM shares of FOXA . Third largest holding in this value investor's $24B portfolio.
YES network and the growht of the national sports network. TV is still strong as well.
Nasdaq in maximums.
cnbc guests say 25
Added in RL at 16.20Sum of the parts is greater than the whole.
Could be a profitable business, but I think the management will find a way to lose more money.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-07-18/news-corp-at-50-discount-shows-diminishing-murdoch-real-m-a.htmlvery undervalued now
I do not see how any of their current media ventures are sustainable business models.
Piotroski screen.Fits my criteria as well.
WSJ is the only nationally distributed paper making money. FOX is only getting more viewers for a far more diversified news presentation than any other channel, regardless of what the haters say.
Manipulative little company that rakes in money from the plutomonists to continue to dangle the truth, justice, and american dream carrot over the heads of the gullible American/EU/UK consumer.
They are the largest. They will replace NY Times or buy and own. They cover more of the media industry than any other.
He's the only one who can keep up
pay for content, their losses last year were from quality acquisitions, they are dominating cable television.
Picking through the carcasses here. I just can't see much downside risk. Where is it going to go?
News Corp. is the best-diversified player among the large-cap US companies in its segment, with properties like the Fox Business Network and MySpace being good examples.Financially, its estimated 2008 EPS is 21.6% over 2007. Its slightly-above-average P/E of 20.6x (2007) is expected to decline to 16.9x (2008E), just like its competitors' P/E ratios are also expected to decline. News Corp should remain priced at a slight premium (CBS, Disney, Time Warner, and Viacom average 15.2x for 2008E), but I believe its high expected growth is the reason and provides enough justification. The company is also repurchasing shares, always a good sign.I have a 12-month target price of $26.50, 18.3% higher than today. Including an expected dividend yield of 0.5%, the total expected return is 18.8%.
Diversification is the key.
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