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The Company provides telecommunications and multimedia services in Portugal and Brazil.
It's terrible beaten down. I think it has a better than 50% to survive and get up to 2 or 2.5
Valuations are good. Also fun fact: the stocks of companies based in countries with high debt tend to do better. Anyone's guess why, but my theory is that the high debt indicates lots of infrastructure and education spending which companies get for free.
Take over is a possibility and maybe a necessarity for PThuge disbalance in many areas e.g. employees and board of director compensation, declining subscribers ....target $0.50 per (PT) with a possible hot play possibility to double or triple fromthis level.
I am buyer below 3.20 Speculative buy - hope we are close to a bottom at a price of $3.18
World Cup sponsor. Worldwide exposure. Buy big-time dip.
Great exposure to a EU nation poised for rebound balanced with giant stable South American tech hungry mobile consumer market. Huge upside, limited downside.
looks like a good value
High volume breakout 01/18/13
Telecom hurt by euro suffering - fundamentally sound - dividend high - upside
The failing economic War by the Anglo American Empire against the EURO will die and EU blue chips will soar.. BUY ones like VEolia , PT, Eni, STD, Enel
Over 40% return on equity for 5 years running. Attained a rare perfect score in my valuation test. Even if the dividend is lowered, it will still be the highest in my portfolio. Doesn't this company have to come back from these lows?
Just bumping along the bottom. Has to show some regression eventually given it's metrics. It is valued strickly on the Euro Fear Factor right now.
Cell phones aren't going away, nor is PT, especially with expansion into South America and Africa. Low price, dividend and upgrade from 2G to 4G technology can only assure success in the hi-tech age and help PT compete with other phone companies like A T+T and Vonage!
Seems like a good risk reward....severely punished, low peg and good prospects once the Europe impact clears
Strong stock with solid dividends that will pay off in the long run. A strong balance sheet and the expansion into new markets (ie. Brazil) are only a couple of the reasons that PT is a major buy!
The company has a great dividend yield and the management is doing efforts to mantain the dividend. Although PT is a Portuguese company they have exposure to Africa anda Brazil.
tracking what seems like a decent dividend stock here
We all have cell phones implanted in our ears, and other countries are even more dependent on the cell phone because it is an easy, cheap infrastructure compared to land lines.
With negative expected long-term earnings growth, this company appears to be in secular decline.
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