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Liberty Latin America Ltd. (LILAK)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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6.28+0.07 (+1.13%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
6.28 0.00 (0.00%)
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    John
    LILA is the Comcast of Latin America. They recently took over ATT's cell phone business in Puerto Rico and made another acquisition. They have Cable TV, Internet Service, landlines, and cellular phone service. What is holding this company back? Is it still Covid and the travel industry that seems to be the mainstay of many countries down south? Seems undervalued here. I bought this in 2020 at its low and held it through its high of 14 and now its lower than I paid, but the company seems to have a lot of potential long term.
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    Derik
    Liberty Latin America's stock has been crushed by the COVID-19 pandemic; however, the underlying business is still producing positive cash flow.
    The company recently completed the acquisition of AT&T's Puerto Rican assets at what appear to be fire-sale prices.
    The company has a large and very-difficult-to-replicate infrastructure of subsea fiber and cable lines that will provide an enduring advantage for a long time to come.
    With the accretive AT&T acquisition and a rebound that is sure to follow in its key markets, the stock is at least 60% undervalued currently.
    Bullish
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    Kevin
    Can anyone advise what the LILAR is about? It recently showed up in my portfolio because I own LILA but I’m not sure what I’m supposed to do with it. Forgive me but I have only been in the market for a year now and I have not come across a situation like this.
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    Money369
    Anyone venture to guess LILA's outlook in 2021? Will it be surging up or crashing down?

    I will take the first shot....

    My prediction is that LILA will be up a solid 20% to $13.48 per share by end of 2021.

    Let's hear what your guys think...
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    davfinport
    CEO bought 11,500 more shares yesterday, whatever that means. Probably that he stands by his work. Maybe something good to come?
    Neutral
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    Stephen
    Expansion into Costa Rica... This company is growing and spreading throughout Latin America. Does anyone know and care to explain how to stockholders can purchase shares at a 25% discount per their recent announcement?
    Bullish
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    Stephen
    Both Buffet and Gates own shares in the 20s. And the company is buying back stock. These prices are a gift and should be taken advantage of. Once Latin America opens this will shoot like a rocket
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    John
    Liberty Latin America is a superbly managed company, with great cable assets and a not so great legacy phone company, trading at a massive discount.
    Liberty Latin America is a superbly managed company, with great cable assets and a not so great legacy phone company, trading at a massive discount.
    seekingalpha.com
    Bullish
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    Jeorge
    Well don't know if this short term rise will last but I'm happy you all are enjoying the ride with me.
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    Stephen
    lila Buying back stock, now is the time
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    lim
    Earnings reporting coming for lilak soon . Should be expanding subscribers as before .
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    Derik
    According to the 7 industry analysts covering Liberty Latin America, the consensus is that breakeven is near. They expect the company to post a final loss in 2021, before turning a profit of US$89m in 2022.
    Bullish
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    William
    Just took another look at the charts and Liberty is over sold and undervalued. Now is the time to load up before it gets discovered by Main Street.
    Bullish
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    robertr
    Great news from Liberty. Revenue and cash flow rose 20% and 45% respectively from prior year results.Most importantly, cash flow was up 45% from a year ago. Also annual operating loss fell 86% , yes 86%, to 24 Million. Liberty will be profitable for 2019 and this will signal increasing growth and profitability in the next two years. They have also repair the network in Puerto Rico and had their biggest subscription rate (31,000) for the past quarter in 15 years. This will be a possible double in two to three years.
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