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WildBrain: Top 10 Undervalued Communication Services Sector Stocks on TSX (WILD)

The Globe and Mail - Wed Feb 8, 2023
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WildBrain is now ranked among the top 10 undervalued stocks in the Communication Services sector on the Toronto Stock Exchange. A stock is considered undervalued if it trades at a discount to its valuation – a calculation used to determine the intrinsic (true) worth of a company. Valuation methodology provided by Stockcalc (see below). The communication services sector contains companies that provide fixed-line or wireless networks as well as internet related companies.

All data provided as-at market close February 06, 2023. The list is sorted by stocks with the greatest percentage difference between valuation and price. WildBrain DHX Media Ltd is a children's content and brands company, recognized globally for properties such as Peanuts, Teletubbies, Strawberry Shortcake, Caillou, Inspector Gadget and Degrassi franchise. WildBrain is listed under WILD on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Symbol

Name

Close Price

Shares Outstanding

P/E

P/B

Cash per Share

Net Cash per Share

RAY-A-TStingray Group5.42012.9000
RAY-B-TStingray Group5.35012.7000
AT-TAcuityAds Holdings2.41080.3000
BRMI-TBoat Rocker Media2.8300000
CJR-B-TCorus Entertainment2.1300000
CGX-TCineplex8.9307,301.7000
MDF-TMdf Commerce4.0500000
WILD-TWildBrain2.87057.3000
EAGR-TEast Side Games Grp0.905.6000
EGLX-TEnthusiast Gaming1.1700000

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