NIHD is way undervalued ... soon to make up for it ..
The Net is $7.4 billion.
Right now, the company is trading for $1.24 billion or 0.17 times the estimated net value of the company.
The market is grossly undervaluing this company. Right now, the company's book value is $2.9 billion and its market cap is $1.24 billion for a price-to-book of 0.42. In the above calculations, I show that the net asset value is probably more like $7.4 Billion if you factor in recent spectrum deals and cellphone tower deals. By comparison, CLWR trades at 2.2 x BV.
Based on the valuation of CLWR and the sum of its parts, NIHD should be trading at somewhere between 2.2 x BV ($6.4 billion) and $7.4 billion. That equates to a market price of $37 and $43 per share.
I believe the spectrum assets and the cellphone towers are grossly undervalued on its balance sheet. NIHD owns two extremely valuable assets that are the backbone to the mobile broadband buildout. As AT&T, Sprint, DirecTV, and a host of other companies scramble to meet the rapidly increasing demand for data with enough spectrum and cellphone coverage, NIHD is sitting in the catbird seat with $8 billion worth of spectrum and cell phone towers.