Forbes on Comcast: How Is Comcast Positioned Compared To Its Rivals?

From Forbes:

The shares of Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA) currently trade at $57 per share, which is 33% above its pre-Covid level. On the other hand, shares of ViacomCBS (NASDAQ: VIAC) are trading at $40 per share, which is 18% above its pre-Covid level. Does that make VIAC a better stock pick compared to CMCSA? Both companies belong to the media industry and are also new entrants into the streaming war. Comcast is a much bigger company, with its market cap 10x that of ViacomCBS and revenues being 4x that of ViacomCBS. With better revenue and earnings growth, Comcast enjoys a higher valuation (P/S) multiple. Comcast is better placed for further rise considering its larger streaming subscriber base, less exposure to pandemic sensitive verticals like theme parks, and new business deals (eg: one with WWE). We compare a slew of factors such as historical revenue growth, returns, and valuation multiple in an interactive dashboard analysis, Comcast vs ViacomCBS: Industry Peers; Which Stock Is A Better Bet?

Revenue Growth

Returns (Profits)

Risk

Continue reading How Is Comcast Positioned Compared To Its Rivals? on Forbes

Do you have a complaint about Comcast/Xfinity, such as hidden fees on your bill or unsatisfactory service? Take your claim to FairShake, the consumer advocacy service.


Read More:

FairShake is aggregating links to consumer news stories across the web. We claim no rights to the snippets featured.

Latest news

Wells Fargo customers take note: The Sixers rocked the Wells Fargo Center

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: They have won every game Harden has played for them. Feels like something special is brewing. The...

Hold PayPal responsible: PayPal Hides Pay-Later Plan’s Overdraft Fee Risk, Suit Says

From Bloomberg Law: PayPal Inc. falsely touts its “Pay in 4" installment program to low-income customers as a free service,...

Take action against Wells Fargo: In latest Zelle scam, Wells Fargo customers lose thousands after fraudsters pose as bank employees

From WABC-TV: CONCORD, Calif. -- Amid the rise in popularity of quick-pay apps, scammers are also increasingly using digital payment...

Airbnb headlines: CNBC Excerpts: Airbnb Co-Founder & CEO Brian Chesky Speaks with CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin on “Squawk Box” Today

From CNBC: WHEN: Today, Tuesday, March 1, 2022 WHERE: CNBC's "Squawk Box" Following are excerpts from the unofficial transcript of a CNBC...

The Philadelphia Inquirer on Wells Fargo: Will James Harden’s home debut reignite the Sixers’ dominance at Wells Fargo Center?

From The Philadelphia Inquirer: The Sixers are 16-13 at home this season, and have a difficult schedule in March. Doc...

DirecTV expels RT from its lineup, dealing a major blow to the Russia-backed outlet in the US, says CNN

From CNN: New York (CNN Business)DirecTV is cutting ties with RT, the Russia-backed television network infamous for promoting Vladimir Putin's...

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you