Interpublic Group of Companies Inc.

IPG-N

NYSE:IPG

23.70
0.35 (1.46%)
The Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. is a publicly traded advertising company. The company consists of three major networks: McCann Worldgroup, Lowe and Partners, and FCB. Its media agencies are bundled under the IPG Mediabrands entity.
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July 29, 2014

This has had a great run, but he thinks their run is pretty much over. His Fair Market Value is $21, and runs into very stiff technical resistance at $21.50. Quite expensive on a Price-To-Book basis at about 4X.

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This has had a great run, but he thinks their run is pretty much over. His Fair Market Value is $21, and runs into very stiff technical resistance at $21.50. Quite expensive on a Price-To-Book basis at about 4X.

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TOP PICK
September 10, 2008
3rd largest global advertising agency. New management are in the process of restoring margins and profitability. Stock was impacted by the economic turndown. Fundamentals are turning upward. Good price.
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3rd largest global advertising agency. New management are in the process of restoring margins and profitability. Stock was impacted by the economic turndown. Fundamentals are turning upward. Good price.
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November 30, 2007
(Past Top Pick July 17/07. Down 16.8%.) A global advertising agency. Dropped because of fears of a recession affecting advertising. Management is making changes and margin potential should be significantly higher. Easily a double from these levels.
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(Past Top Pick July 17/07. Down 16.8%.) A global advertising agency. Dropped because of fears of a recession affecting advertising. Management is making changes and margin potential should be significantly higher. Easily a double from these levels.
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July 17, 2007
(A Top Pick Apr 26/07. Down 13%.) Advertising. Lost a part of Johnson & Johnson account. Feels the company is on the road to recovery. New management. Could be a double in the next 3-4 years. A contrarian play.
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(A Top Pick Apr 26/07. Down 13%.) Advertising. Lost a part of Johnson & Johnson account. Feels the company is on the road to recovery. New management. Could be a double in the next 3-4 years. A contrarian play.
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April 26, 2007
Has been beaten up very hard. Trading at a fraction of what its global peers are. Has downside protection. If they can achieve margins similar to its peers, it should have significant upside.
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Has been beaten up very hard. Trading at a fraction of what its global peers are. Has downside protection. If they can achieve margins similar to its peers, it should have significant upside.
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