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martelxo92 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 17, 2014 12:59 PM Member since: Jun 29, 2006
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  • Taking some off the table. I think the closing price on Friday is $17.50. Might sell a little more if we get a bump this afternoon.

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    Martel-your meg price target for 2015

    by leekatz2001 Dec 16, 2014 6:16 PM
    martelxo92 martelxo92 Dec 17, 2014 9:16 AM Flag

    Low 20's. They should see about 30 million in synergies in 2015.
    I believe due to the way the merger was structured the price of MEG has been held artificially low by a group that would benefit from a lower MEG price. Which would be any remaining MEG shareholder. Seems every time it tried to bounce someone pulled it back down. If MEG goes above $17.50 before Friday I would be shocked. $17.50 X 1.47= $25.72. Right around the agreed upon price of $25.95.
    If it gets carried above that price in the next 2-3 days I'll dump because I think at 4pm on Friday it will rest no higher than $17.50. Just my black helicopter, conspiracy theory way of thinking.
    Once the smoke clears and they have their 4th quarter call in early February I think the new numbers with more accurate forecasts for 2015 and 2016 will help the investment community understand it is under priced. I think we'll see lower 20's by April.

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    Looking for breakout

    by ifengeqox Dec 16, 2014 10:23 AM
    martelxo92 martelxo92 Dec 16, 2014 3:59 PM Flag

    Well, you found it. Maybe we can get a bounce in the overall market after the fed speaks and get this thing to your 18.51. This stock is worth well more than the current price. I think we can go much higher over the next year. The people buying right now should be giving us upgrades after the numbers are released in Feb.

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    Valuation and spectrum sales

    by martelxo92 Dec 15, 2014 2:29 PM
    martelxo92 martelxo92 Dec 16, 2014 10:39 AM Flag

    I've never followed EVC because I know nothing about their business and I don't know anyone from their company. After doing a quick look at their spectrum values, WOW. They would be better off to just sell their entire company to the spectrum jockeys. According to the estimated values their stations have close to 4 Billion dollars of value tied up in their spectrum worth. Their common stock plus debt is only valued around 1 billion. They are located in some really attractive markets. The value of spectrum far exceeds the value of their cash flow for the next 20 years. The key since they have multiple stations in these attractive markets they could literally sale one or two in each market and still remain in business with the remaining station(s).
    I'm not telling you anything you don't already know. If you have money to invest for two years then I think there is some serious upside here.

  • By the end of 2016, possibly 2017 if we can push it later, there will have been a spectrum auction. Someone in this sector will have acquired billions of dollars from the auction. These billions will have gone to a multitude of companies but I think one that will receive a lion's share is Lin. (MEG) I think this money shared within the industry can only push cash flow multiples higher. The selling companies are selling to get cash to do what? Pay down debt? I doubt it, most of our debt is very reasonably priced right now. I think the majority of this money will go into further consolidation within the industry which means further bidding up of equity prices.
    In looking at the values posted by the FCC (which we all know is BS because they don't know) the markets that Lin TV has extra licenses are some of the most highly desired properties. Hartford, Springfield, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Ohio and for MEG there is KRON in San Francisco. With the exception of KRON the newly formed company will have licenses in those highly priced markets that are running This TV or CW. You are talking about getting over 100 million dollars for a license you are currently making 2-5 million a year in cash flow from.
    If I use the lowest value that the FCC gave for the markets that Lin and MEG have which they could offer up licenses for we are talking about 700 million dollars. Now to make the FCC prices more reasonable you could deduct 40% from their original propaganda piece and you still have a grab of 420 million dollars.
    This cash plus the cash flow multiple increases that I see coming out of this are not currently priced into these stocks valuations. I've always looked over the auction in my investing because it has always been so far off. I think now it's close enough to start including that as part of your valuations. The auction will happen, it's just a matter of time. Lin has multiple licenses that should be in this discussion when it happens.

  • If we can pop through here we head to 18-19. I think we are very underpriced in this area. The FCC approval will happen in the next week, two max. This deal will be approved before the 19th.

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    This is easy money with the buyout looming

    by martelxo92 Oct 2, 2014 11:38 AM
    martelxo92 martelxo92 Oct 30, 2014 10:13 AM Flag

    Hey Dan, good to see you still around. Yes, I'm still working in the industry but have no idea about the what is up with EVC. I haven't been on these boards for awhile. I traded out of all my broadcast stocks last year because I felt they were fairly valued, looks like they had a little more to run. My largest single investment is still privately help shares of my own company so I still have plenty of exposure to this industry. I didn't think I needed anymore exposure to the industry but saw Lin trading at $22 with a merge of $26 coming. Reading mediatrader's synopsis above makes sense and I might not make as much money as once thought.
    The industry is still fairly valued right now if not a tad bit overvalued in my view. Local spot sales are flat and national continues to erode, especially in the 50 plus markets. With CBS changing the game on retrans take to the network it has forced broadcasters to be even more aggressive on retrans so that continues to be a positive but don't know how long that can hold out with Tom the Cable guy sitting on the throne at the FCC. Not sure how much this overall market can continue to go up either and that weighs on my thoughts of the industry.
    I'm thinking MEG may have a positive number in 4th quarters guidance with the states they are in having decent political years. As much as you hear about political dollars choosing other avenues to spend their money (online, mailers, Cable) broadcasters continue to grow their take each cycle. Still no better way to reach a specific region than local broadcasters.
    If we get a little downward pressure from the overall market and it brings the broadcasters down with it I'll be back in buying mode but for now I'm just waiting it out. I hope if that happens you'll be back on the board sharing your ideas too as well as mediatrader.

  • In February at the latest each share will be redeemed for $25.95. Current price is $22. You are all but guaranteed a return of 18% in 5 months which annuallizes at 43% return. They've already sold the stations that needed to be pushed off, there is nothing standing in their way now but the FCC and this will be a slam dunk. No issues with remaining portfolio of stations.

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