Lamar Advertising: Signs Of Growth Continue

Nov. 18, 2022 9:15 AM ETLamar Advertising Company (LAMR)CCO, OUT2 Comments

Summary

  • Lamar Advertising has done well to grow its top and bottom lines this year, largely thanks to acquisitions.
  • Cash flows are robust and the future for the company looks bright from an operational perspective.
  • The stock isn't the cheapest in the space, but for such a high-quality firm, it is still a good prospect to consider.
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When it comes to exciting business models, many might not initially think that the billboard space would be all that appealing. Having said that, the industry is highly fragmented, which leads to the opportunity for growth. In addition, the companies that

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