Why Comcast Corp (CMCSA) Stock Is A Buy? Acquirer’s Multiple Stock Screener Analysis

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As part of our ongoing series here at The Acquirer’s Multiple, each week we focus on one of the stocks from our Stock Screeners, and why it’s a ‘buy’ based on key fundamentals.

One of the cheapest stocks in our Stock Screeners is:

Comcast Corp (CMCSA)

Comcast is made up of three parts. The core cable business owns networks capable of providing television, internet access, and phone services to 63 million US homes and businesses, or nearly half of the country. About 55% of the locations in this territory subscribe to at least one Comcast service. Comcast acquired NBCUniversal from General Electric in 2011. NBCU owns several cable networks, including CNBC, MSNBC, and USA, the NBC network, the Peacock streaming platform, several local NBC affiliates, Universal Studios, and several theme parks. Sky, acquired in 2018, is the dominant television provider in the UK and has invested heavily in proprietary content to build this position. Sky is also the largest pay-television provider in Italy and has a presence in Germany and Austria.

A quick look at the share price history (below) over the past twelve months shows that the price is down 0.93%. Here’s why the company is undervalued.

Source: Google Finance

Key Stats

Market Cap: $154.93 Billion

Enterprise Value: $252.83 Billion

Operating Earnings

Operating Earnings: $23.48 Billion

Acquirer’s Multiple

Acquirer’s Multiple: 10.80

Free Cash Flow (TTM)

Free Cash Flow: $12.96 Billion

FCF/MC Yield %:

FCF/MC Yield: 8.36

Shareholder Yield %:

Shareholder Yield: 10.70

Other Indicators

Piotroski F Score: 8.00

Dividend Yield: 3.10

ROA (5 Year Avge%): 9

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3 Comments on “Why Comcast Corp (CMCSA) Stock Is A Buy? Acquirer’s Multiple Stock Screener Analysis”

  1. The analysts and stock bloggers keep stating their buy ratings and TP in hi 40s and 50s for last 2 years, but stock keeps dropping and these TPs come and go, and no one retracks their failed outlook. CMCSA drops and drops and every Q it beats earnings top and bottom but it keeps dropping. Nothing but buy ratings , but no ones buying 🤷‍♂️what a 🐕🐕🐕🐕

  2. You state FCF is $12.96 billion and the EV $252.83 billion, then you say fcf/ev yield is 8.84% that’s wrong as $12.96/$252.83 is 5.126%

    Please tell me how you got 8.84%

    Only interested in the truth.

    1. The FCF Yield is actually FCF/Market Cap. You will notice I have changed the name of the heading to FCF/MC. Thanks for pointing it out.

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