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  • eyexcelsior eyexcelsior May 28, 2014 8:26 AM Flag

    Hold Cablevision. Why?

    eyexcelsior • May 22, 2014 6:17 PM Remove 0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts0Reply
    Cablevision is a hold in my opinion. Why?
    This stock will be in a trading range for the next five years. This is a good tradable stock. Stock will trade between 15 and 19 1/2. Why? Supported by a number of factors.

    1) company can keep refinancing their debt
    2) company keeps cutting costs like the pension plan and they keep firing unproductive workers.
    3) high-end technology streamlining operations. Like trouble call or reducedthe truck rolls
    4) they keep raising the fees per subscriber like the 4.98 SPORTS FEE and the telephone tax of 3.99.
    5) they reduce waste inside the company and increased efficiency by buying thousands iPads for their employees
    6) there's always a possibility of a buyout which will keep the stock high
    7) technology they will have 1 million hotspots by the end of the year. That's an opportunity to add additional services.
    8) the Dolan's want to keep the price up. So they can keep cashing out stock options
    Basically the stock is in a holding pattern. It can't go up or down.
    9) top management has reduce the Churning of customers. This stops people from switching back-and-forth to get a better price
    10) great dividend
    My advice trade this stock never hold onto it for more than a week. Earnings will be good for the next couple quarters. So buy it right before the earnings call Less
    Sentiment: H

    Sentiment: Hold

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