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    Sidorela
    Investing right now will be at every wise individual list. In few weeks you'll be ecstatic with the decision you made today
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    NYT is down 4.98% to 53.02
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    John
    By every metric - subs, digital subs, ad revenues, digital ad revenues - a blowout quarter. I now pay $17 a month for my digital sub, which is vastly more profitable for the NYT than when I was paying over $75 a month for the print edition. The continued demise of regional papers continues to work in their favor.
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    AD Monroe
    Central NY has gone Republican.
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    Xl2keijfr
    Russian HOAX was a HOAX 4-5 years of it. The lame stream media has lost all credibility and is FINISHED
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    William
    New 52-week high for NYT today. Congratulations, shareholders, especially the ones who saw their investment triple since 2016. Nice.
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    Brandon
    Based on earnings and forward earnings, PEG and every other measurable metric i can see this stock is traded at more than double its fair valuation?
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    John
    During the second quarter, their digital subscription revenue increased from $112.63 million to $145.98 million. Which is unsurprising since I was paying $4.00 a month for my digital subscription last year and am now paying $15 a month. If they continue to add digital subs at 600 - 700,000 per quarter and are able, over the course of a year to increased their rates while retaining, say, 500,000 of the new additions, the implications are clear: Advertising revenues (which, in a normal economy, would be increasing as the audience increases) will almost become irrelevant. My calculations suggest that during this quarter digital subscription revenues should approach $190 million. Meanwhile - perhaps due to Trump's repeated assertions that the NYT is "failing" - the short position remains lodged at about 15% of the float.
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    John
    Someone (Morgan Stanley) finally noticed. Initiating coverage today with an "overweight" rating and a price target of 55, they noted -as I have been pointing out here - that this company is no longer driven by print circulation and advertising, but by digital subscriptions. They project 12-13 million paid digital subs by 2025. At the current subscription rates, 12 million subs would produce revenue in excess of $2bn per year. My own back-of-the-envelope estimate is that they will show about $190 million in digital subscription revenues when they report on Nov. 4. Needless to say, as subs grow and as economic conditions improve, advertising revenues should also rebound.
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    William
    Despite being what Russian appointee Trump termed as "failing," the New York Times made another 52-week high again. It's good that investors in NYT are being rewarded as their investment protects our democracy from Russian trolls (Dave, Barrry, bad-William, etc - - all the same troll) from their Putin-inspired propaganda.
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    William
    Wow The New York Times (NYT), which was called 'failing' by Trump just before it tripled in price, just set a new 52-week-high on Friday! Thanks for your superior content, NYT, and thanks for the excellent stock perfomance!
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    Gugledorf Institute
    Fantastic performance from our dear New York Times, protector of freedom and democracy! Bravo!
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    Frank
    Why the sell off?
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    Gugledorf Institute
    Unfortunately, the outstanding New York Times will be hurt by Trump's out-of-control trade war tariffs. They are stifling GDP growth in the US, as evidence by the stock prices of 3M, CAT, US Steel, STLD, and other US businesses. My associates at The Institute and I must say that this Trump fellow doesn't know what he is doing.
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    Brad
    “Failing” NYT has been one of my top performers since Trump became President.
    The stock has more than tripled since Jan 2017 !
    I already sold enough to get my investment out and now riding on profits.
    This begs the question: Who’s failing, NYT or Trump ?
    Over 60 mil have already voted despite overt voter suppression by Republicans in red states and stood hours in line.
    Trump and Republicans will pay a heavy price on Nov 3.
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    William
    Thankfully, another Trump-inspired domestic terrorist was caught. Unfortunately, agents fear he is only the tip-of-the-iceberg in Trump's and Putin's war against American freedoms. https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/20/politics/coast-guard-mass-killing-hit-list/index.html
    Christopher Paul Hasson, 49, of Silver Spring, Maryland, is alleged to be a white supremacist who had a hit list that included prominent Democratic politicians as well as several journalists from CNN and MSNBC.
    Christopher Paul Hasson, 49, of Silver Spring, Maryland, is alleged to be a white supremacist who had a hit list that included prominent Democratic politicians as well as several journalists from CNN and MSNBC.
    www.cnn.com
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    John
    NYT has closed higher for 10 trading days in a row, moving from 39.93 on Nov.18 to 46.24 at the moment. This is definitely under accumulation and 50 is a possibility soon.
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    Gugledorf Institute
    Once again, our NYT stock outperforms the US DOW on the upside! Bravo for NYT and bravo for our Endowment Fund!
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    USMCSharpShot
    Solid quarter... staying on track regardless of the Dark Sides best effort to shoot you down... I’m proud of all you and so are my families 5 generations going back to Ellis Island.
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    John
    The analysts are still treating this as an ad-driven print medium, which it is not. Two of them have removed their "buy" during the first quarter, while the stock has moved from 32 to 45. They added 587K digital subs in the first quarter and will probably beat that this quarter.