- With $2.527 billion in losses, SBAC might be one of the most overvalued stocks in the market with a potential 90% downside.
- Since 2002, SBAC is up 47,000%, trades at a P/B of 84.29, debt to equity of 38.07, and -0.262 EPS TTM.
- Small cells pose a threat to the expansion of large and expensive wireless cellular towers.
- Having historically high short interest, SBAC's continual increase in share price appears to be the result of several cycles of short squeezing.
- SBAC's peak 106% institutional ownership plus all-time high share price of $104 suggests the security has little upside and leaves the retail investor vulnerable to a market correction.