and they may buy back shares, though they should pay the debt down
they will at some point trend to the downside based on the competition in cable including Amazon, Google, Apple, others, netflix, Redbox
folks want to trim their costs and will by using set top boxes, video online, etc.. That's the trend.
TWC did pretty good last quarter.
I'm betting it takes a move up (lots of institutional ownership) on buybacks, maybe decent earnings.
Then sells off, may even sell on the news.
The sp500 looks to have started down already. TWC is in some indices, sp1500 for one, that will bring it down if the market falls.
Has run up a huge amount in the last two years and even this year. May see some profit taking.
And, if you look at my other posts, it doesn't fair that well in comparison to a lot of stocks (unless earnings are rosey). A lot of stocks have better favorable ratios, WMT, Comcast, Msft, considerably better.
With Amzn, Google, Apple being such big players out to take TWC's lunch, they have will have a struggle ahead of theme. They have the wires and routers etc.. That's what they have, but may have to share? or won't they?