Gray Television, Inc.
Given the latest economic statistics, I recently looked for cyclically sensitive stocks that could benefit from an improving economy. I found three media companies that are worth a closer look.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average ended Thursday with its third-straight record high, and economic statistics point to improving growth. Such an environment should be favorable for further gains in the stock market. Some stocks have already reached relatively high valuations more »
In January, Fisher Communications (NASDAQ: FSCI) announced that it was seeking strategic alternatives, after receiving pressure from its institutional investor base. The company has spent the last few years shedding its non-core investments, including real estate and securities holdings, with the proceeds distributed to its investors through special dividends. However, profits in its core television and radio businesses have come under attack from satellite radio and internet video networks, among more »
Have you ever looked at a low P/E ratio and wondered if it was a good deal or just properly priced for how the company's actually doing? I obsess over if what looks like a "good deal" is really just a load of BS. So I'm going to take a look at a few of the lowest-P/E companies in the TV broadcasting industry. Hopefully I'll more »