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Ampere vs LightShed: two conflicting outlooks on legacy media streaming services: Disney+, Max, Peacock & Paramount.

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Does FSR really look like a buy or YOLO?

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Genral outlook on WBD

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WBD and Paramount merger talks, why are the stocks down, surely this is bullish for the synergies?

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Warner Bros. Discovery in talks to merge with Paramount Global

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Warner Bros Discovery currently has a 58% Probability of Bankruptcy - Macroaxis

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People bought TTWO cuz trailers, Warner discovery stock anyone? WBD in time for Dragon and gold eggs?

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Likelihood of WBD bankruptcy?

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Anyone trading WBD?

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WSJ - Hollywood Writers Reach Agreement With Studios, Streamers to End Strike

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Hollywood studios, writers near agreement to end strike, hope to finalize deal Thursday

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Hollywood studios, writers near agreement to end strike, hope to finalize deal ThursdayI

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$WBD is better than coffee

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Warner Bros. Discovery Says Ongoing Strikes Will Mean $300M-$500M Hit to 2023 Earnings

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SAG-AFTRA Gears Up For Possible Strike Against Video Game Industry

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SAG-AFTA votes for strike authorization against at least 10 game companies

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WBD popping today 7.5%+

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WBD narrows streaming loss thanks to 3x higher content licensing revenue ($410M). More "co-exclusive" deals coming.

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Inversing woke company boycotters

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Anyone still holding WBD after T split?

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$AMC Barbenheimer Biggest Box Office Weekend Post-Pandemic $301 Million Estimated

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‘Barbie’ Opens to Record-Setting $155 Million, ‘Oppenheimer’ Shatters Expectations With $80 Million Debut

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Now that all the anti Hollywood weirdos are out and about....

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What are some stocks that worth selling covered calls?

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Massive Box Office Weekend Incoming $AMC $WBD Barbie FTW!

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Astronaut Barbie will take MAT and WBD to the 🌙

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Astronaut Barbie will take MAT and WBD to the 🌙

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Moderation in this sub has reached a tipping point - too active, often problematic, and sometimes egregious.

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Writers/Actors strike - who wins and loses

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Warner Bros Discovery - licencing to Netflix

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General question: Impact of Hollywood strikes on media stocks

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5K to trade options (Wheel, CCS PDS ...)

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Unusual option trade WBD

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Value stocks to DCA into

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Unusual options alert WBD

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4 Reasons to buy Netflix stock, and 1 reason to sell

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Regional Bank Troubles, Streaming Wars, Writers' Walk Out. Suggestions/discussions!

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2023-04-28 Wrinkle Brain Plays - In the style of Vanellope von Schweetz

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2023-04-27 Wrinkle Brain Plays - In the style of Velma Dinkley

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HBO max changing to MAX… and it’ll be a hard fall for WBD

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My LONG picks for tomorrow What are your thoughts?

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Warner Bros. [WBD] Looks to Close Deal for ‘Harry Potter’ HBO Max Series

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Warner Bros. [WBD] Looks to Close Deal for ‘Harry Potter’ HBO Max Series

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How well am I doing for a new starter?

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Real Life 'Ted Lasso'? Apple May Get Into English Football - Just Not AFC Richmond

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"The Making of Harry Potter," a Warner Brothers Studio Tour set to open in Tokyo in the summer of 2023. $WBD

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2023-02-28 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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Warner Bros. Discovery finally bailing out of regional sports - report (NASDAQ:WBD)

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Warner Bros. Discovery draws positive notes despite ad-driven earnings miss (NASDAQ:WBD)

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WBD earnings call: year of building, new 'Lord of the Rings'; stock turns up (NASDAQ:WBD)

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WBD shares and selling at loss

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Thoughts on Warner Bros earnings after the bell? Are they overvalued at this point?

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$WBD - Harry Potter is going to make $billions this year...and you can too!

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What are your thoughts on SQ ahead of their earnings calls today?

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'Magic Mike' dances way to cinema win on Super Bowl weekend (NASDAQ:WBD)

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WBD the sleeping giant waking up

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WBD DD part 3, The sleeping Giant waking up

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Hogwarts Legacy

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RIP TSLA/WBD/NVDA (Inverse Cramer)

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Technical Analysis & Trades: SPY QQQ IWM // LVS UNG PFG AXP WBD K KHC

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Peak Recession is over. The Bulls Have It in 2023—and Last Year’s Losers Are Winners

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Peacock lost $978M in Q4, $3 billion for the year

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WBD has $50.4bn in debt, DIS has $45bn, PARA has $15.6bn, and NFLX has $14bn. Netflix is the only one making money on streaming.

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WBD CC Instead of SP...Do I have it right?

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I sold all my growth and high risk stocks to tax loss harvest Dec 23-28. And feel horrible as the market has had a massive rally since then.

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Netflix stock soars on the dollar’s slide

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Netflix stock soars on the dollar’s slide

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Best entertainment stocks

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A great example of the market getting it wrong: WBD vs PARA

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Bull put spread discussion

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WBD on a rip, any idea why? No major news. Just over sold?

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HBO Max ($WBD) is back on Prime Video Channels ($AMZN)

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HBO Max ($WBD) is back on Prime Video Channels ($AMZN)

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HBO Max ($WBD) is back on Prime Video Channels ($AMZN)

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HBO Max ($WBD) is back on Prime Video Channels ($AMZN)

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HBO Max ($WBD) is back on Prime Video Channels ($AMZN)

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2022-11-29 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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2022-11-28 Wrinkle-brain Plays (Mathematically derived options plays)

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WBD - Long term Bullish, short term bearish/neutral - IVR 6 - strategies to buy shares using options

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Why I'm bullish on Curiosity Stream ($CURI) - Deep Value Play (DD)

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Why I'm bullish on Curiosity Stream ($CURI) - Deep Value Play (DD)

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Why I'm bullish on Curiosity Stream ($CURI) - Deep Value Play (DD)

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Current Holdings

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What’s on your shopping list?

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AMCX - Wall Street Played You Like A Fiddle

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2022-10-25 Better Tasting Crayons (Mathematically derived options plays)

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What caused WBD to rally today?

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WBD 12.4!!!!!

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With today’s surprise what stock are you looking to sell?

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How there have been not a stockholder revolt against what David Zaslav have been doing in Warner Bros. Discovery?

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WBD Insiders claim David Zaslav may be looking to 'flip' WBD to Universal Comcast

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Should You Buy Stocks with Good or Bad Relative Strength?

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Here’s my plays for the coming weeks.

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WBD a monster in the making (Continuation: last post was taken down because of links)

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Warner Bros Discovery (WBD) a monster in the making (Re-post because OG got banned for several hours before being unlocked)

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Warner Bros Discovery (WBD) a monster in the making

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Warner Bros Discovery (WBD) a monster in the making

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Don’t care about the charts or the numbers, WBD will squeeze like backyard lemons

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Is it worth shorting $WBD?

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PARA and WBD never fail to disappoint

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I used to make fun of WBD but I'm coming around a little on them. Their FCF has been good and they've been paying down their debt. Maybe they've improved their situation over the past couple years while the share price has fallen.

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Been wondering this with WBD. I think the best strat is to 1. Sell calls close to ur cost avg 2. Sell on a big green day or a day when u wuld normally sell the shares 3. Be patient 4. It's OK to wait until the end of the week (thurs/fri) if the price is super far away from ur cost avg. Any advice or insight welcome

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Anyone looking at WBD?

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WBD will beat Netflix.

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WBD....guh

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WBD has too much debt to make an acquisition. Zaslav seems to be making good progress on reducing the debt load but it will be a few years before they are in a position to spend money like that.

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At the rate WBD keeps tanking they are probably going to be a small cap soon lol. I keep buying and will go down with the WBD ship. I did the same with SE earlier this year buying in the $35-40 range and was alright going down with that ship and SE doubled. Time will tell if WBD works outs.

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Are we at 5 years? I see nothing to change the thesis and I’ve lowered my cost basis to around $9. Had a similar thing happen with Meta, Adyen and Spotify though WBD is taking longer for price discovery. It’s all about patience.

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“In the era of “streamflation,” it’s a good time to be Tubi…Tubi cashing in on the value of free”…LA Times, so my PARA and WBD sucking so hard because they charge money, got it

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WBD and PARA. A world without these two has a lot less light in it. No cap.

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WBD down 6.66 today, further confirming that Zaslav is the devil

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WBD goes down on the fears it might try to acquire PARA

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WBD is the most terminally fucked stock in the market. Somehow ranked below 500 in the S&P500. Even Superman can't save this one.

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Im still holding. 2023 was a horrible year there was a writers/actors strike. People mainly look at balance sheets and dont think about BTS stuff on hated stocks. Having that strike happened meant they couldn't shoot new shows/movies. And the movies already completed had to be pushed back since they couldn't use the actors to promote it. WBD wasn't like Apple, Amazon, Disney where they have a major source of revenue elsewhere. Max also isn't even in a lot of countries. So im going to hold and see how the company does with an international expansion and now that they can actually shoot shows/movies.

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No, pure play media companies are terrible and one of the few things I'd never own. Look at AMCX, PARA, LGF - all bad, always have been. Even DISCA/TWX before WBD were nothing noteworthy imo. PARA shareholders kept doubling and tripling down thinking that the value of the IP was high. Stock goes down the toilet and they finally announce a deal - but it's not the deal that anyone in the stock probably wanted and sees the company remain public. Now, that deal apparently fell apart so they couldn't even do a sorta/kinda deal that wasn't the deal anyone long the stock wanted. Plus, if they haven't already done badly enough in recent years, they now have 3 CEOs instead of one.

JMIA rally pretty much covered all my WBD and MPW losses. I had bought JMIA heavily under $3 and now up 250% on it.

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WBD approaching 52-week low. RIP.

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Is anyone holding WBD like me? It has been a frustrating stock for me over the past year or so even though my thesis still holds, I expected it to go down by a bit this year but I did not expect it to be one of the worst performing stock in the S&P500... I'm thinking of cutting loss with it and reinvest the funds into my winners, it's dragging down my portfolio for so many months now, and the worst of all is that I need a \~50% increase from the current share price for a breakeven.

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BROS stock PARA and WBD puts, if they fill at my price. Ain't nobody making money off streaming.

WBD feels like one of those stocks when it is near 52 weeks lows it gets trashed and not many people want to admit they own. But if it ever goes to a 52 week high suddenly you see people on forums pop out that they were always long and were buying during the 52 week low.

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Gonna buy more WBD I think.

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TNT buys rights to the French Open WBD should turn TNT into a sports-only network, their version of ESPN

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Big fan of WBD stock here. I think the perfect timing for investment is when they start utilizing that juicy free cash flow for something else than debt buyback. At the moment they are making hand over fist in pure cash, sure their EBITDA sucks, because they are using financial engineering to reduce taxable gains, so they can pay back the debt load faster. But that debt is ticking down crazy fast. Early next year they are anticipating they will hit 3x leveraged, which they have previously announced is when they will change financial strategy and focus the cash elsewhere. My guess is we are going to see stock buybacks, especially given where the stock is traded at a huge discount to bool value.

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Maybe they get a deal but if the deal sees the stock remain public, that's not the deal that anyone who was in this stock wanted. So many people look at horrible companies in a horrible industry like PARA and WBD and put these values on the libraries and the problem becomes if you have terrible management who are primarily interested in continuing to be overpaid CEOs (and now PARA has 3 co-CEOs! A terrible company now has "Office of the CEO" - how anyone can be enthusiastic given crap like this is perplexing), the stock isn't going to get to nearly where you think it should be. Too many value investooors and discussion of sum of the parts and then 5 years later it's still at a discount because the elements to create value still aren't there. I am very much a "people invest however they want as long as it works for them", "there's not only one way to invest", etc but I really dislike stuff like PARA/WBD and the hype that people have put around these names all the way down when it should have been apparent a year ago that these weren't working. Instead, people double and triple down.

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I mean yeah, i really think WBD is undervalued. But i don’t see any huge move to the upside in the short term. And I ain’t an investor I’m a gambler.

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I can see a merger but I can't see them being acquired, paramount was talking like 20-26 bln, WBD would be perhaps three or four times that. WBD have something like 90 million subscribers, and its streaming service is not even global.

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So a couple of points here: 1. Of the IP you list, they only own The Matrix, Batman and the Sopranos. 1A. Harry Potter and Game of Thrones may be a long term deal like the Sony one for Spider-Man, but may not be into perpetuity. 1B. TMNT is owned by Paramount (Nickelodeon). 1C. As a reminder, WB lost a toy franchise (LEGO) after a string of poorly performing films. I reference this because of the Barbie inclusion. 1D. Dune’s adaptation rights are like a town bike. Every studio gets a ride. 1E. HOW DARE YOU reduce the DC Universe to just Batman. Having said all that, I do believe that WBD is a great long term stock because they will be gobbled up by someone else at a premium for the DC Comics IP (merchandizing!), film library and distribution channels.

There is a huge difference between book value and tangible book value where WBD has billions of good will and intangibles so WBD has massive negative tangible book value. In the case of spirit, the structure of their asset is largely different from the case of PERI because most of their assets consists of mostly PP&E. We all know that airline PP&E are heavily discounted AND another reason spirit’s tangible book > market cap belong to their huge operating loss quarter over quarter along with imminent debt due. Peri net tangible book > market and it’s profitable so that’s not the only point that backs up the valuation.

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Book value doesn't always mean that the market cap should be at least the same value as that, case in point: Spirit and WBD.

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WBD acquired the French Open

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I'd consider myself a value investor. I would \*prefer\* to own individual stocks for companies with impeccable growth prospects and a long history of fiscal responsibility and managerial brilliance. But generally speaking, such companies are too expensive (every now and again you get a Meta at 80 or a Google at 92, but it's rare and you have to move decisively because the deal doesn't last long). Then I invest in special situations and turnarounds big and small. If management is saying the right thing, and their 10-k filings are going the right direction, and their product makes sense to me, I'll invest. Examples of securities I currently hold include Paramount Global, Warner Brothers Discovery, Ali Baba, and JD(dot)com. I'm betting on WBD and Paramount that those who have produced great content for generations will continue to do so, and that making great content is far harder than it looks, and that \*distribution\* of content is currently wildly overvalued. Mispricings occur for 3 reasons: exaggeration, oversimplification, and neglect. I think entertainment in the US is a definitive case of all three. Chinese securities are definitely in a state of neglect right now because "China is uninvestible" is the beginning and end of most Chinese security analysis - at this point they're so cheap that the risk vs. reward makes sense for me. The debt of these companies, unfortunately, usually isn't punished enough to be appealing when it comes to their bonds, but \*sometimes\* they get close. Small Cap turnarounds: the third category of stocks I really like to look at are very small (50-100 million market cap or below) turnarounds. There are lots of these companies that are doing great work and have solid management, but that nearly went bankrupt because of errors that piled up when the pandemic hit them (the pandemic just hard shut them off) - especially in retail and consumer services. Small cap stocks of this type are virtually ignored in the "investing in stuff" media, they typically don't have many/any analysts following them, and the headwinds facing them are usually pretty straight forward. A good example of such a company is J. Jill - they're a clothing retailer for older, affluent women. They have an "east coast" sort of style, and custom tailor their clothes and turnover their inventory every quarter. They also still publish a catalog. They nearly went bankrupt during the pandemic, went through a merry-go-round of CEOs, and finally have hit their stride in the last two years. Since their new CEO took over the stock is up over 600%.

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I might just buy a fuck ton of WBD and BB with my fresh NVDA cash.

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I own it but don't love it. Parks are growing, streaming is growing but at this rate it's going to take them 3-6 years to get back to 2019 level of earnings (5x of what it is now). I think it's overvalued at the moment but not hugely. I prefer WBD as a growth opportunity, but DIS has a better moat.

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I was just explaining why it happened. That what kinda sucks about discussing certain sectors. There is what the consumer thinks/wants and what the companies want. The question that wont get answered is lets say they put everything on Netflix where is the growth of the companies supposed to come from? PARA, DIS, WBD are all tickers with shareholders expecting growth.

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Maybe next time have some kind of max loss on a big position. Why are you now thinking about selling and not at the very least 8k ago. I would have been out after I lost 1k because you trying to catch a falling knife. Those kind of stocks have to prove it or they are gone. I’m doing that now with WBD and I am up but I will cut it very quickly if I am down 10% and enter another time.

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WBD broke my heart

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You guys need a refresher on EV. EV is market cap +debt -cash. EV is essentially the purchase price since you buy it with debt and excess cash. WBD’s market cap is $20 billion but their EV is $60 billion (according to Yahoo Finance), meaning they have about $40 billion in net debt.

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WBD Completely insane EV TO FCF compared to peers, even ignoring it's billions worth of IP. Currently priced below bankruptcy because I believe the company would liquidate for more than it's current EV. My biggest bag by a mile.

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WBD. They can report a massive increase in streaming numbers and solid reduction in debt, yet the stock just keeps going lower and lower

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WBD pumping on some finally good news about sports and streaming. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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Puts on WBD look interesting. TNT may lose the NBA.

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My biggest loss percentage-wise was with DISCB (now WBD) when the Archegos Capital Management fkd over investors with risky gambling and caused major investors like Merrill-Lynch and Goldman Sachs to pull their money and bankrupt the company. They were one of the major investors of DISCB and my avg cost per share is... about $145. Been sitting on it for 5 years.

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By this logic, we should be buying PARA, WBD, CMCSA, DISH, and other shit cable streamers since boomers love their cable. They are honestly the only fucks still paying for cable TV.

Gold bugs: you know that show *Gold Rush?* Did the miners make more money from mining gold or from their WBD contracts?

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Mostly for RMTI, SNOW and maybe WBD. Glad it seems fine otherwise! I don't have much experience and still trying to learn.

Why is WBD up today? Wasn’t Furiosa a huge flop?

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Man you Americans apparently really really REALLY hated Furiosa... I guess that ends the whole "Anya Taylor-Joy is a major star" fantasy of Hollywood. Jenna Ortega is the actual best actress of that Generation. Everyone knows Mad Max needs to do the retirement storyline where Gibson goes on an epic chase across the entire Wasteland to get back to green af Melbourne, visit his wife's grave and live happily ever after. Writes itself. You guys gonna short WBD and AMC this week? Sell all the movie stocks I guess.

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WBD best buy

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Looking at WBD 0DTe. $8 calls for .03 🧐 hmmm what are the odds it rips today

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WBD pumping. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4276)

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So everybody is selling to free up liquidity to buy WBD? Is that what's really happening?

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WBD OTM LEAPS. They'll figure it out eventually.

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The whole movie industry is on shaky ground right now. Box office sales are down ~20% compared to COVID, and streaming services are just debt bombs that are rolling over into a new high-rate environment. The weakest hands are going to get shaken out first, and that's WBD, but nobody in that industry is in good shape. I personally wouldn't be buying. There is a lot of risk and little upside.

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Thoughts on WBD today?

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RMTI - down 46%, it has had some momentum recently though WBD - down 40.63%, I got them from holding T, just curious what will happen to them in the next year

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Super curious on your takes. I am expecting to get roasted. * BRKB - 32.91% * KR - 18.19% * RMTI - 13.95% * T - 10.76% * SNOW - 8.50% * GM - 8.46% * WBD - 4.44%

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6 shares of WBD down 84% - Cost Basis: $50.66

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Currently holding onto almost $62k in unrealized losses, mainly through WBD and T

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Down about 55% in WBD and 87% in ATUS

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CRSR (60% down) WBD ( got from T)

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WBD is massively undervalued and will come right

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Zoom imo will stay in its current range of like $60-70. Probably good for covered calls but idk what your cost basis is. Because WBD is so cheap, you could probably double down and average down. It’s a big gamble though.

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T and WBD. Down 16% and 70% respectively. If you account for dividends and covered calls I'm probably pretty close to breakeven

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Same here! My biggest bag are T, WBD, LEG, NYCB, and now CVS. I also have PYPL and ZM, but I swing trade them all the time. My first ZM share cost me $197, my average now is only $70—not too bad. Holding long-term dividend stocks is my biggest mistake.

WBD turd like everyone else. Luckily only 100 shares.

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Intel roughly 0%, Google + 30% and recently gamestop (-30% im an idiot) Recently sold Microsoft (+40%) and WBD 0%

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What are your thoughts on WBD now? Aggresively paying down debt, max is supposed to be profitable soon, movie portfolio is still great. Need to figure out live sports but I do think they will make it

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I held way, way, way too many T shares for too long, and yet I still hit that WBD sell button as fast as I could.

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Lol my Nikola purchase was very small (fomo based on some idiot friends of mine who were talking it up). Agree with you on baba (I hope) and WBD. Plantx is not worth even talking about lol - some dumb vegan e-commerce nonsense. What about zoom tho? I view it somewhere between baba and WBD I guess

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PYPL down 72% SNAP down 67% WBD down 69%

WBD, but it’ll probably be tax loss harvested later in the year. No one is picking up this bag of crap

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Sad day when they replace \[unintelligible\] Shaq with \[yelling\] Stephen A. on NBA playoffs next year. All because WBD is in shambles.

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Yes I’m allowed to trade companies! So which of my companies would u trade to get DIS, CSIQ, BX, IBM, WBD, and MSFT?

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Are you allowed to trade options in this hypothetical situation? I can see a nice little pop incoming for a few names. DIS CSIQ BX IBM WBD MSFT If you can trade options, and since the risk is $0, I would just hammer and scalp some intraday calls/puts based on market momentum. NVDA earnings coming up so those contracts will remain extremely volatile, even more than usual. You could get wrecked if you play it wrong, but that’s what I would do.

JFC, first Max and now Venu? WBD's marketing team should be given the Tesla Supercharger treatment.

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I broadly agree that I like the current state of things, but I don't think the current state is sustainable for several of the platforms. Peacock is hemorrhaging money, Max is in trouble b/c of WBD's debt burden, not clear what Apple TV's long-term strategy is and how long Apple will continue to see it worth investing, Paramount is dealing with its own existential corporate crisis, ESPN/Disney are still trying to figure out how to survive the slow death of the cable bundle. Meanwhile, customers have gotten used to subscribing for month one, binging, and then canceling, so they need to invest even more in content to keep customers interested. I think we're still in the middle of the transition and the changes will accelerate over the course of the decade. Not sure what it'll look like at the end, but the state of TV+streaming today isn't sustainable.

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Nice to see a $WBD executive buying stock. 1,000 at $8.30 each https://ir.wbd.com/financials/sec-filings/sec-filings-details/default.aspx?FilingId=17544278

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Warner Brothers 😭 #WBD #savethemovies

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They need to have sports rights for that which are usually an oligopoly. And the majority of the sports rights are owned elsewhere by PARA, DIS, Fox, and WBD. Just as an example Comcast is locked out of college basketball. At least Apple has a monopoly on MLS but that isn't considered a big four sport in US.

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He’s going to pump $WBD. That’s the subtle message in all these movie clips. All of them are owned or produced by Warner Bros.

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Does anyone else think he’s posting these movie clips that are all owned by $WBD for a reason?

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I think the Disney/Warner Bros bundle is still more interesting than a Peacock/Netflix/Apple Bundle. DIS/WBD has Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, Disney movies if you are into cartoons/animation. If you are into comics they have both Marvel and DC. Maybe Comcast bundle can compete in other ways but DIS/WBD definitely has a massive IP moat in those two areas.

The traditional media Communications Services stocks are really heavily shorted, like WBD and PARA. Batman would want us to squeeze the shorts.

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what about WBD . Let me know when you guys are ready to spook the street again

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NHL deal happened in 2021. Nascar deal happened in Nov 2023. Unless something happened since I think article is combining a bunch of stories. I just noticed OP included South Park wow WBD and PARA had a fighting over South Park rights at least 12 months ago.

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GME, AMC, and WBD are absolutely PUMPING happy Monday everyone ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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