Live Nation Entertainment Inc.

LYV-N

NYSE:LYV

75.54
0.88 (1.18%)
Live Nation Entertainment is an American global entertainment company, formed from the merger of Live Nation and Ticketmaster. It owns, leases, operates, has booking rights for and/or equity interests in a large number of U.S. entertainment venues.
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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
December 3, 2019
It's the top concert venue and ticketing company in the world. He believes heavily in experiental consumerism, like concerts. LYV is perfect for this. (Analysts’ price target is $76.85)
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It's the top concert venue and ticketing company in the world. He believes heavily in experiental consumerism, like concerts. LYV is perfect for this. (Analysts’ price target is $76.85)
PARTIAL SELL
PARTIAL SELL
November 8, 2019
He recently sold all his position. It’s found a short term bottom. He’s not looking to get back in, since there are better opportunities elsewhere. Some investors are providing support but they seem to fade away and get another round of sellers. Get out if it goes below $61.50.
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He recently sold all his position. It’s found a short term bottom. He’s not looking to get back in, since there are better opportunities elsewhere. Some investors are providing support but they seem to fade away and get another round of sellers. Get out if it goes below $61.50.
BUY
BUY
September 11, 2019
Likes it. Bit of a monopoly on the business. Near oligopoly. Chart looks strong. Revenue from concerts, ticketing, and sponsorship and advertising.
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Likes it. Bit of a monopoly on the business. Near oligopoly. Chart looks strong. Revenue from concerts, ticketing, and sponsorship and advertising.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 1, 2019
They own Ticketmaster who lose money on promoting artists, but make money on all else like t-shirts and parking, not to mention advertising at events--this is all free money to LYV. They 93 million fans at concerts in 2018 and they expedct 125 million in 4 years. (Analysts’ price target is $64.50)
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They own Ticketmaster who lose money on promoting artists, but make money on all else like t-shirts and parking, not to mention advertising at events--this is all free money to LYV. They 93 million fans at concerts in 2018 and they expedct 125 million in 4 years. (Analysts’ price target is $64.50)
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
October 19, 2018

They manage large events at sport venues all over the world. The stock is very expensive. It is actively growing. It is far too expensive on valuation multiple. This is a consumer discretionary spending investment.

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They manage large events at sport venues all over the world. The stock is very expensive. It is actively growing. It is far too expensive on valuation multiple. This is a consumer discretionary spending investment.

HOLD
HOLD
June 6, 2018

It has been in a great long term uptrend and is now consolidating. It is not in danger, but he would watch for a break below recent significant lows. He would not put new money into it, but would continue to hold.

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It has been in a great long term uptrend and is now consolidating. It is not in danger, but he would watch for a break below recent significant lows. He would not put new money into it, but would continue to hold.

SPECULATIVE BUY
SPECULATIVE BUY
May 9, 2018

He has not done a lot of work on this company, but is aware they have been putting up monster earnings results. They are consistent earnings beaters, but when there are not on guidance, it is usually earnings lower than target. This makes the stock too risky for his conservative investments, but would consider it a speculative buy.

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He has not done a lot of work on this company, but is aware they have been putting up monster earnings results. They are consistent earnings beaters, but when there are not on guidance, it is usually earnings lower than target. This makes the stock too risky for his conservative investments, but would consider it a speculative buy.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
April 23, 2018

(A Past Top Pick on April 17, 2017, Up 30%) They sold tickets to 30,000 concerts last year globally. Revenues up around 20% in 2017, though this growth likely won't continue at this pace. That said, sponsorship, ticket sales and beer revenues all point to good revenues this year. You can't download a live show.

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(A Past Top Pick on April 17, 2017, Up 30%) They sold tickets to 30,000 concerts last year globally. Revenues up around 20% in 2017, though this growth likely won't continue at this pace. That said, sponsorship, ticket sales and beer revenues all point to good revenues this year. You can't download a live show.

SELL
SELL
April 10, 2018

A rollercoaster. Doesn't look good. Had support at $41.80 and doesn't see a bounce-back without a rise in volume. Wait till it hits $39.80 to see buying support. We don't see that now. If you hold, sell below $35.

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A rollercoaster. Doesn't look good. Had support at $41.80 and doesn't see a bounce-back without a rise in volume. Wait till it hits $39.80 to see buying support. We don't see that now. If you hold, sell below $35.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 6, 2018

(A Top Pick April 17/17 - Up 42.2%) Did better than he expected. Still would buy it here. Ticketmaster is own by this company. Parking and some of the sponsorship is covered by this company. Tremendous business. Problem is the secret is out.

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(A Top Pick April 17/17 - Up 42.2%) Did better than he expected. Still would buy it here. Ticketmaster is own by this company. Parking and some of the sponsorship is covered by this company. Tremendous business. Problem is the secret is out.

COMMENT
COMMENT
August 29, 2017

(Market Call Minute.) People are going to concerts in droves. Millennial’s are spending big money going to these festivals. He likes the stock very much here.

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(Market Call Minute.) People are going to concerts in droves. Millennial’s are spending big money going to these festivals. He likes the stock very much here.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 2, 2017

(A Top Pick July 28/16. Up 44%.) He continues to like this. This provides access for artists, venues and sells tickets for them. It has about a 3rd market share of the global concert going industry, which is very fragmented. Concert going has only declined once in the past 30 years.

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(A Top Pick July 28/16. Up 44%.) He continues to like this. This provides access for artists, venues and sells tickets for them. It has about a 3rd market share of the global concert going industry, which is very fragmented. Concert going has only declined once in the past 30 years.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 17, 2017

Experiential Consumerism. Concerts and adventure travel. They make their money not on the concerts, but on the merchandise, the promotions, the sponsorships and they own a lot of the venues. They are out there buying more and more concerts and live events. They own Ticket Master. It does not pay a dividend and the balance sheet is not opaque. He thinks they can build their cash flow over 40% over the next couple of years. They have wonderful pricing power. (Analysts’ target: $33.00).

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Experiential Consumerism. Concerts and adventure travel. They make their money not on the concerts, but on the merchandise, the promotions, the sponsorships and they own a lot of the venues. They are out there buying more and more concerts and live events. They own Ticket Master. It does not pay a dividend and the balance sheet is not opaque. He thinks they can build their cash flow over 40% over the next couple of years. They have wonderful pricing power. (Analysts’ target: $33.00).

BUY
BUY
August 8, 2016

It owns many venues and Ticketmaster too. It is a perfect example of his theme of experiential consumerism, which he is keen on at present. The problem is that the financial statements are very difficult to understand. The controlling shareholder runs the company more for their benefit than for shareholders. He has been watching it as it goes up. It is clearly a very good company in a very interesting space. He wants to assure himself that he is not paying too much.

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It owns many venues and Ticketmaster too. It is a perfect example of his theme of experiential consumerism, which he is keen on at present. The problem is that the financial statements are very difficult to understand. The controlling shareholder runs the company more for their benefit than for shareholders. He has been watching it as it goes up. It is clearly a very good company in a very interesting space. He wants to assure himself that he is not paying too much.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
July 28, 2016

30% market share of the global concert industry. They make acquisitions and are increasing their penetration with secondary ticket sales. Good long term growth potential.

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30% market share of the global concert industry. They make acquisitions and are increasing their penetration with secondary ticket sales. Good long term growth potential.

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