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Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly We reiterate, NWSA (a $13 billion market cap paper and digital publishing company, operating such brands as Dow Jones, MarketWatch, and the New York Post) as a TOP PICK. Recently reported earnings beat analyst expectations by 75%. The company just announced a $295 million all cash acquisition of a chemicals data analysis company to go along with its purchase of OPIS - a major energy market pricing service. It trades at under 1.5x book and pays a small dividend, backed by a payout ratio of under 25% of cash flow. We continue to recommend a stop loss at $18, looking to achieve $32 -- upside potential over 40%. Yield 0.88% (Analysts’ price target is $31.91)
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Stockchase Research Editor: Michael O'Reilly NWSA is a $13 billion market cap paper and digital publishing company, operating such brands as Dow Jones, MarketWatch, and the New York Post. Although it has taken on more debt recently, its $2.2 billion in cash easily offsets annual interest payments. It sits with a comfortable debt/equity ratio of under 0.3. It pays a small dividend, backed by a payout ratio of under 40% of cash flow. We would buy this with a stop loss at $18, looking to achieve $33 -- upside potential over 43%. Yield 0.89% (Analysts’ price target is $32.70)

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Very interesting in the media group. Media sector has very strong predictable cash flows. There is going to be a stock split and he would own it before that happened.

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(A Top Pick Feb 20/07. Down 20%.) Got stopped out.
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This is a global giant in media, whether it's film entertainment, the Fox network or cable. A cash flow generating machine. Buying back shares.
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This is a sector that has been under-owned and out of favour. It went through significant capital investment. Poor returns on cash flows but they are cash flow machines. Have been buying back stock.

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His favourite name in Australia. Very well owned in Australia, but under owned globally. Growth propects are great and some technical factors are working in favour of them.
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News Corp Ltd. (A)(NWSA-Q) Rating

Ranking : 1 out of 5

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On 2022-01-21, News Corp Ltd. (A) (NWSA-Q) stock closed at a price of $21.44.