|Bid||5.83 x 36200|
|Ask||5.86 x 45100|
|Day's range||5.83 - 5.98|
|52-week range||4.11 - 7.40|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.20|
|PE ratio (TTM)||25.39|
|Earnings date||28 Jul 2020 - 03 Aug 2020|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.05 (0.90%)|
|Ex-dividend date||07 May 2020|
|1y target est||6.42|
While it's true that a stock's performance should be relatively in line with the company's, ultimately, the dollar value of a share is a function of both the company's underlying results and how many shares have been issued. In this day and age of mobile broadband, it seems rather amazing that a hardware-specific, subscription-based satellite radio business can thrive. The company's revenue growth has been just as reliable for longer.
The New York Times Company's (NYT) greater emphasis on subscription revenues and lower dependency on traditional advertising revenues puts it in a better position to tide over the pandemic.
The consumer discretionary sector, which suffered a severe setback due to coronavirus, registered strong growth once the economy bottomed out.
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The first pick is Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS), a diversified entertainment company poised to bounce back from the pandemic. The second is DraftKings (NASDAQ: DKNG), an investment in the rapidly growing sports betting industry. Third is Sirius XM Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI), a satellite radio provider that is a market leader in the lucrative sports broadcasting industry.
Fox Corporation (FOXA) expands broadcast partnership with Sirius XM through availing Fox News original programming podcasts for Pandora.
Sirius XM's (SIRI) overall business is expected to take a hit from bleak economic scenario and uncertainties related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Lower-priced stocks tend to have smaller market caps and generally present a better opportunity to get in early on a company's long-term growth. There are plenty of options out there to find potential investments trading at a lower price, but it's harder to find great companies trading so low. The first pick is Sirius XM (NASDAQ: SIRI), a Warren Buffett-backed bet on satellite radio.
Sonic Automotive Inc, which operates 95 U.S. car dealerships, started laying off and furloughing about a third of its workforce as the coronavirus pandemic crushed its sales. Then it changed its executives' pay packages - handing them a multimillion-dollar windfall. On April 10, Sonic's board gave its top executives stock options to replace performance-based share awards, regulatory filings show.
Satellite radio veteran Sirius XM (NASDAQ: SIRI) has made millionaires before. Sirius XM saw its annual revenues rise by 86% over the last five years. Pandora added $1.6 billion to Sirius's sales last year.
(Bloomberg) -- Spotify Technology SA signed a deal with comedian and TV host Joe Rogan, gaining exclusive rights to one of the most popular and influential audio programs in the U.S. and sending its stock up more than 11%.Rogan will make his podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” available on Spotify starting Sept. 1, with the show becoming exclusive to the service later this year, the company said Tuesday. Spotify also gains exclusive rights to videos that Rogan films while taping his podcast.Signing Rogan is a coup for Spotify, which has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in original podcasts over the past few years. A former standup comedian and host of the TV show “Fear Factor,” Rogan has built one of the most loyal followings in all of podcasting over the past decade. His show routinely ranks at or near the top of the charts on Apple Inc., the world’s top podcast supplier.The value of the deal depends on how successful the show is on Spotify, and its impact on the company’s broader podcasting business, a person familiar with the matter said. Rogan stands to make anywhere from tens of millions to more than $100 million, according to the person, who asked not to be identified because the terms aren’t public.Shares of Spotify soared as high as $179.69 in New York on the news. The company has sold investors on the idea that podcasts will benefit its business in much the way original TV series have helped Netflix Inc., providing programs that differentiate Spotify from competitors and are financially more lucrative.The agreement was reminiscent of Sirius Satellite Radio stealing Howard Stern from terrestrial radio in 2004. That deal, too, sent Sirius’s shares soaring.Politicians, celebrities and business leaders all appear on Rogan’s sometimes-controversial podcast, eager to win favor with his listeners. Bernie Sanders stopped by the show as part of his presidential campaign, while Tesla Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has appeared a of couple times. Spotify isn’t buying Rogan’s company, as it did with Bill Simmons’s The Ringer or Gimlet Media. Instead, it has licensed the rights to his show for an undisclosed sum.Rogan is taking a risk. There’s a chance he will lose the majority of his audience, since Apple accounts for more than 60% of listeners for most podcasts.But Spotify is hoping many of those listeners defect, and can help Rogan expand his audience overseas as well. The company has the most popular podcasting app in many international markets and has established itself as the clear No. 2 in the U.S.PMM, the company that sells ads on Rogan’s podcast, will work with Spotify under the new arrangement. Spotify customers won’t need to pay for a subscription to hear the show. Its podcasts are part of its free service and supported by ads.“It will be the exact same show,” Rogan said in a video. “I’m not going to be an employee of Spotify. We’re going to be working with the same crew, doing the same show. The only difference will be it will now be available on the largest audio platform in the world.”(Updates with value of deal in fourth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Verizon's (VZ) 4G LTE network powers SiriusXM with 360L's streaming content by delivering in-vehicle access to SiriusXM's content in Audi models.
Shares of SiriusXM (NASDAQ: SIRI) jumped 19.6% in April, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. For context, SiriusXM shares had tanked in March from $6.34 per share to $4.81 per share, a 24.1% decline, due to concerns about how the business would fare in the new environment. Heading into April, investors had been concerned about SiriusXM's ability to retain and grow subscribers in the current environment.
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