Telco stock with quintuple catalyst

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Telco stock with quintuple catalyst

27 April 2023

The stocks of European telecoms companies have performed dreadfully during 2016-2022, underperforming the broader market by 50% (without M&A).

The underlying businesses, however, often performed rather well, with many increasing their margins, generating plenty of free cash flow, and paying down debt.

A few real gems are hiding in this sector, and the company featured in today's report is one of them. It is one of the lowest-levered companies in its sector, with a market-leading position in several European countries, and a major shareholder that has a proven track record in managing and building telecoms companies.

The company's stock is currently 100-200% too cheap.

Unusually, it doesn't have just one or two, but up to FIVE catalysts on the horizon for a revaluation to take place.

The stock is listed on a Western European stock exchange, and it has recently started to show new signs of life. The next 6-24 months should see the price trend higher, and there is an unusually high upside given that it's an otherwise "boring" telecoms stock.

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