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Undervalued Stocks – Communication Services Sector
Today our focus is the Communication Services sector and we are looking at companies that are undervalued based on our Weighted Average Valuation (WAV) calculation which we do for the 8000 stocks each night in the StockCalc database.
The Communication Services sector is comprised of companies in the following Industry groups: Telecom Services, Advertising Agencies, Publishing, Broadcasting, Entertainment, Internet Content & Information, Electronic Gaming & Multimedia. For example the sector includes companies that provide phone as well as wireless and internet services, advertising, digital marketing, publishing. It also includes companies that own or operate radio and television broadcast stations, movie theaters or develop or publish video games.
The stocks are generally held for their dividends and capital appreciation.
We generate our Weighted Average Valuation (WAV) from 5 models and Analyst consensus. Overview of the models used: Discounted Cash Flow (DCF value) is a valuation technique where cash flow projections are discounted back to the present to calculate value per share. A Comparables model values the company on the basis of ratios from selected comparable companies. We actually do 3 types of comparables models. An Adjusted Book Value (ABV) is calculated by multiplying book value per share by its historical Price to Book ratio. If we have Analyst coverage we look at the consensus target price.
Today’s Data – Communication Services
In the table below we can see the close price (Apr 28th 2021) and valuation for these companies along with the ratio of valuation to price as well as their market cap class and average trading volume.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||Close Price($)||Valuation ($)||Value/ Price||M Cap Class||Average Volume|
|ATUS-N||Altice USA||35.12||41.71||1.19||Large Cap||5454410|
|TMUS-Q||T-Mobile US||132.08||150.11||1.14||Large Cap||1997431|
|TLK-N||PT Telkom Indonesia||21.80||24.58||1.13||Large Cap||235016|
|TKC-N||Turkcell Iletisim||4.68||5.99||1.28||Mid Cap||536589|
|MBT-N||Mobile TeleSystems||8.64||10.18||1.18||Mid Cap||3561669|
|NXST-Q||Nexstar Media Group||150.56||170.00||1.13||Mid Cap||243836|
|CNSL-Q||Consolidated Comms Hldgs||6.65||14.90||2.24||Small Cap||291189|
|AMCX-Q||AMC Networks||52.73||68.60||1.30||Small Cap||214220|
|MSGN-N||MSG Networks||16.16||20.00||1.24||Small Cap||259220|
|GTN-N||Gray Television||20.21||24.50||1.21||Small Cap||483713|
|FENG-N||Phoenix New Media||1.74||3.26||1.88||Micro Cap||771158|
|KUKE-N||Kuke Music Holding||5.79||6.49||1.12||Micro Cap||52460|
|BHAT-Q||Blue Hat Interactive||1.20||1.44||1.20||Nano Cap||711548|
N-NYSE, Q-Nasdaq, A-American, T-Toronto, X-Toronto Venture
Lets look at a few companies…
Lets look at a couple of the companies on this list to get a better understanding of them.
Altice USA Inc operates in the telecommunications, media and entertainment business. The company has two segments: Cablevision and Cequel through which it provides digital cable television, high-speed Internet, voice, and data products and services.
Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri AS provides mobile telephone services in Turkey. It mainly provides mobile voice and data services for mobile communications networks.
Moxian Inc engages in the business of operating a social network platform that integrates social media and business into one single platform. The company has two primary core products: Moxian User App and Moxian Business App.
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