Comcast: Is A 12% Yield Enough?

Nov. 21, 2022 12:12 PM ETComcast Corporation (CMCSA)DIS, NFLX, PARA, PARAA, WBD14 Comments
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  • Comcast Corporation's Q3 results were better than expected - as the company topped analyst consensus with regards to both revenues and EPS.
  • Comcast returned to shareholders a total of $4.7 billion, $1.2 billion in the form of dividend payments and $3.5 billion in the form of share repurchases.
  • Valued at x10.5 EV/EBIT, Comcast continues to trade very cheaply and at a discount of approximately 30% to the Media & Communication industry.
  • In my opinion, Comcast Corporation stock should be fairly valued at approximately $47.16/share.

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Cindy Ord


Valued at x10.5 EV/EBIT, Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) continues to trade very cheaply and at a discount of approximately 30% to the Media & Communication industry. Such a discounted valuation is not justified, in my opinion - especially when considering that Q3


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