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Why LG Display Could Be Playing With House Money

May 05, 2021 6:12 AM ETLG Display Co., Ltd. (LPL)4 Comments
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  • LG Display posted better than expected quarterly numbers for the third straight time, although there were a lot of external factors that muddied the true picture.
  • The company continues to benefit from changes brought about by COVID-19, but that could start to change as time goes by.
  • LPL appears to be undervalued in some ways, which could attract the attention of those looking for a bargain in today’s market.
  • Multiples for LPL may seem low, but they don’t tell all there is to know about the issues confronting LPL.
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LG Display (NYSE:LPL) got off to a good start numbers-wise with the release of the Q1 2021 earnings report. The Q1 report comes after the Q4 report, which makes for tough comparisons due to seasonal factors. The Q1 report was therefore not

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