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We answer some of the most frequently asked questions about valuation statements.
Their market cap is not that dissimilar, but one has a PE ratio of 154 the other around 16, but what should investors make of Disney and Netflix?
Shares in Sky rise & Twenty-First Century Fox propose options to address concerns. Click here to read what The Share Centre recommends to investors.
Hi ho, hi ho, it’s off to work Disney goes, but can its rise continue? And who are the main competitors to watch?
Shares jump up 9% as Disney bows out of the race.
Disney has done it again, Apple and Amazon are at it, Netflix has mastered it. Now I read that ITV is having a go. Is it time for investors to take a look at the movie and subscription TV market?
Is it time to ditch the FAANGs? Should investors look for a new set of companies: the TANDs? I think it is time to look further forward that that.
The last week of April 2019 — make a note of that week, because it was the week that the subscription video on demand (SVOD) market got very interesting.
The race to secure Sky continues with Bids from both Comcast and Fox. Read more about the recent bids made with Michael Baxter at The Share Centre.
The UK government has given the green light to 21st Century Fox and Comcast to buy Sky, but there are two rather large elephants in the room called Amazon and Netflix.
Jonathan Ive, Apple’s Legendary designer, the man who worked so closely with Steve Jobs, is off to pastures new. What does this mean for Apple and is it really time for it to turn around and say, “I’ve got a problem?”
It’s boom time for Mergers and Acquisitions, with Costa, Sky, Versace and Randgold Resources, all preparing for life under new owners.
Streaming Video On Demand....does it hold investment opportunities as two of the biggest entertainment releases in history approach release.
The theme park business is big business — but is it a good business to invest in?
Cineworld shares have taken a pounding of late. But has the share price fallen too low?
It’s got a PE ratio of 185, now it’s worth a trillion dollars: but will the Amazon river turn to poison?
As Comcast raises its offer for Sky, Ian Forrest investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what this means for investors.
Graham Spooner looks back over December's market activity including this years Santa rally
Store closures, and declining profits; the UK high-street is in a difficult place. Can abolishing business rates help or is it delaying the inevitable downfall?
The latest news over the Jeremy Kyle programme is a side-show. ITV is fast becoming a lesson on the worse thing to do when the threat of disruptive technology beckons.
Richard Stone, Chief Executive at The Share Centre, outlines three things that he believes could happen in 2018 and explains how investors can position themselves accordingly.
The four fangs: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google have done it again. Is there an end in sight?
With the Oscars looming and Netflix receiving multiple nominations, we look at how streaming is affecting cinema.
Looking back on the past year, we analyse the highs and the lows across the global markets and sectors.
The latest results were impressive. Growth seems set to continue. And the share price bombed. Is Netflix now a bargain?
The share price has taken a pummeling this year...is it now a bargain?
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