Ashleigh Rogers
Long/short equity, growth at reasonable price, value, banks

NeuStar Is Still A Controversial Name But Clarity Is Coming Eventually

Relatively few stocks have engendered the kind of controversy in the last six months that NeuStar (NYSE:NSR) has. For more details on the situation, readers should take a look at my last two articles, but in short I was originally concerned about the NPAC contract and felt the stock's price was too optimistic. Then when I last wrote about the company and carefully reviewed the situation, I felt the stock offered long-term investors an attractive entry point. In the last few months, the stock has moved up and down a little bit, but mostly stayed where it was.

However, two things have become much more clear regarding the company. First, my initial concern over the fate of NSR's...

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