DISH Network headlines: This Media Giant Seems Set To Outperform Dish Network

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The shares of Dish Network (NASDAQ: DISH) currently trade at $34 per share, which is slightly lower than its pre-Covid level. On the other hand, shares of ViacomCBS (NASDAQ: VIAC) is trading at $35 per share, which is 5% above its pre-Covid level. Does that make DISH a better stock pick compared to VIAC? Both companies belong to the media industry, with one being a new entrant in streaming and the other focusing on 5G technology. ViacomCBS is a bigger company, with its market cap and revenue base being larger than Dish Network. However, DISH has seen better revenue and profit growth over recent years, which has helped it command a slightly higher valuation (P/S) multiple. But in a reversal of trend, ViacomCBS’ top line has seen a sharp recovery over the recent quarter and is likely to grow faster going forward, with recovery in traditional businesses and rapid growth in streaming. This is likely to help VIAC stock to give much better returns compared to DISH over the next three years. We compare a slew of factors such as historical revenue growth, returns, and valuation multiple in an interactive dashboard analysis, DISH Network vs. ViacomCBS: Industry Peers, But ViacomCBS Is A Better Bet

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