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The Company with its subsidiaries is a multimedia provider of business, investment and ratings content.
My favorite value pick. Very well ran, but still with the same high risks associated with this size.
TheStreet is an investment newsletter targeted towards the high end of the market, although their valuation and stock price screams cheap!
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Good brand, promoted by Cramer. Strong BS with Book value higher than the stock price of $2
We'll see if it's a value trap or not
Fundamentally good company with visibility and a dividend. Now CHEAP!!
Financial advice website w/ a dividend... come 'on Motley Fool get on the boat
good franchise and new management
- Market cap 83.9m- Cash & investments 79.7m (nice downside protection)- Dividend Yield 3.7%- CBS bought CNET for roughly 4.5x sales and Dow Jones (NWS) bought MarketWatch Inc. for 5.5x revenues. If TSCM is worth 3x sales TSCM is worth at least $6.- Cramer has signed new 3 year contract.- Retail investors likely to be back in market and buying newsletter subscriptions in 2011.- New CEO & CFO concentrating on reducing costs and increasing sales.- Advertising and subscription revenues are highly cyclical. We are now in the upcycle.- cashflow positive since 2004.- Sold loss-making promotions.com.- Cramer to semi-retire in 3 years, likely to want to cash out and hence sell TheStreet.com in this upcycle.
Do somethng with that cash!
will get their act together still see a upside here.....
They have positive cash flow, and are trading for barely more than their tangible book value, which is mostly comprised of their cash and investments (minus liabilities), so the actual business is quite cheap. TheStreet's management has also improved recently, and has made effective steps to increase their profitability. Given the price of this company versus its assets, they don't need to do much for this company to be a multibagger; continuation of the current efforts will likely be enough.
Company has 75+mil on hand, little debt. Incredible demographic on its website visitors and a small dividend. Should do well
This is one of my STARZ.Here is the thought process on this STAR: a) Divided rate over Zerob) 3 Year Beta between -5 & +3c) 15% + Insider ownershipd) No greater than -50% Growth rate for the last 3 years (tough last couple of years so good that insiders are still owning the stocks)e) Current CAPS rating between 3 Stars & 5 StarsOpen to all Industries and Sectors screened this down to just 250 stocks. I like round numbers. 12 of them I already own through other screening tools. I tend to be somewhat conservative but looking for 3 things at this point in my investing:1. Stability & Strength2. Yield and Modest Growth3. Strong Position within a sector regardless of whether the entire sector is strong or not. Each sector has to perform to some degree for the whole world economy to function. I am looking for 5 or more years down the road, ROI, and Growth. Not looking for rockets, just stars. This is a Star!!
ppl need good advice and this is a good site to get it from also cramer is a chairman n hes a pretty smart guy i think its at its lowest price now
Agree or disagree with him, you have to give it to the guy that he generates interest.
They have a terrific website. In this age of economic uncertenty many people will be doing more online research before making stock/option trades. I think that means more revenue to TSCM via visits and per-hit advertisements.
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