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Carlyle & Co invested $1 billion in this company for second time. Not perfect but they don't make many mistakes
Headed towards 25 by August option expiration
Finally into the 20s, next stop 23/24 last hit in 2019
Looks like I shouldn't of sold half my shares yesterday. Thought it was done on earnings. I guess not . Still long though.
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CommScope Holding Company is down 4.92% to 19.73
Be interesting to see if they talk about India and the recent shutdowns and restrictions esp since they have moved so many ones mfg ops lines and global ops (R&D, IT, Accounting functions, etc...) there. Many areas in India are only allowing essential workers out.
Carlyle group entered into $1 Billion minority interest when Comsope bought Arris
Broke 22. On way to 25
The input I am getting is that the company is in chaos. While I believe there is a need for restructuring this looks like too crazy to me. I think I will stay away.
CommScope could be preparing to payout Chanbond $UOIP
CommScope's 10-Q March 31, 2019 that was not in their 10-Q a year ago.
Litigation and Regulatory Risks
We may incur costs and may not be successful in protecting our intellectual property and in defending claims that we are infringing on the intellectual property of others.
We may encounter difficulties and significant costs in protecting our intellectual property rights or obtaining rights to additional intellectual property to permit us to continue or expand our business. Other companies, including some of our largest competitors, hold intellectual property rights in our industry and the intellectual property rights of others could inhibit our ability to introduce new products unless we secure necessary licenses on commercially reasonable terms.
In the past, we have initiated litigation in order to enforce patents issued or licensed to us or to determine the scope and/or validity of a third party’s patent or other proprietary rights, and we may initiate similar litigation in the future. We also have been and may in the future be subject to lawsuits by third parties seeking to enforce their own intellectual property rights, including against certain of the products or intellectual property that we have acquired through acquisitions. Any such litigation, regardless of outcome, could be costly and could subject us to significant liabilities or require us to cease using proprietary third-party technology. In addition, the payment of any damages or any necessary licensing fees or indemnification costs associated with a patent infringement claim could be material and could also materially adversely affect our operating results. Such litigation can also be a significant distraction to management.
CommScope 10-Q 3/31/2019
CommScope 10-Q 3/31/2018
On CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report," Jon Najarian said there was some rampant speculation in Commscope Holding Company Inc (NASDAQ: COMM). Early in the session, around 8,700 contracts of the August $10 calls were bought pretty quickly and later during the day, the volume moved up over 30,000 contracts. Najarian bought these calls and he is going to be in the position for three weeks.
if your a buy and hold investor, COMM is on sale. Might be 12-24 months before your rewarded . Their supply chain, like most other companies, has been severely disrupted but reduction of debt ahead of schedule and more analysts are raising rating to "buy"
COMM just cut headcount today by many of their most seasoned sales staff. This cannot be good as most have been with the company 15-25 years.
Sales of around $8B PA market Cap of around $2.5B ? Generating $0.8B positive cash flow! (Much of that most likely by squeezing inventory out of the Arris supply value stream?) A 5G Mega trend business.
What am I missing?
CommScope -4.3% as Rosenblatt cuts Buy rating
Oct. 29, 2019 9:18 AM ET|About: CommScope Holding Company,... (COMM)|By: Jason Aycock, SA News Editor
CommScope (NASDAQ:COMM) is 4.3% lower premarket after a downgrade to Neutral at Rosenblatt, from Buy.
That comes amid increasing decentralization in cable, where spending patterns are "even worse than our low expectations."
“We view COMM as exposed to share loss in cable operators from the transition to distributed access architecture,” analyst Ryan Koontz says.
He's cut his price target to $13 from $16, implying 10.5% upside from yesterday's close.
CommScope reports earnings Nov. 7 before the open; it's expected to post EPS of $0.44 on revenues of $2.43B.
If the merger is approved, Nicoll anticipates a different outcome. “Samsung and Nokia are net winners here, along with Airspan and possibly Kathrein and CommScope,” he wrote. “Ericsson may see some decrease in the short-term, but when the 5G core finally goes commercial and RAN (radio access network) deployments expand, they will see business pick up.”
Much improvement, reducing debt on track, early merger results encouraging, 5G coming. Analysts will soon see compelling earnings expansion and much more favorable forecast. Good entry point for long term investors.
Smart move realigning company into four business segments. First step in showing Wall Street potential value of company (if they sell off company in pieces), without having to commit to guidance. Buys another year for that. If anything should provide a floor to this stock.. Wouldn't be surprised to see a few upgrades in near future, with analysts trying to put a value on individual segments. Now of course the massive amount of debt on the other hand could pose a few issues, but Carlyle Group will help figure that out. GLTA
I hear another exec is leaving. Who knows if voluntary or forced due to differences with Carlyle leadership but Cardwell is out the door now. The place is falling apart and as more and more people depart daily, it will soon be carved up like a Thanksgiving Turkey.
CommScope upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan JPMorgan analyst Samik Chatterjee upgraded CommScope to Overweight from Neutral with an $18 price target. The analyst likes the company's leverage to 5G network densification.
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