Beyond International (BYI)
Beyond International Ltd. engages in the production and distribution of television and digital content. It operates through the following segments: TV Productions and Copyright, Film and Television distribution, Home Entertainment, Digital Marketing, and Unallocated Corporate Benefit. The TV Production and Copyright segment includes television programming and ownership of television product copyright. The Film and Television Distribution segment includes international distribution of television programs and feature films. The Home Entertainment segment includes distribution of DVDs in Australia and New Zealand. The Digital Marketing segment includes online search optimization, website creation, development and performance and online media sales. The Unallocated Corporate Benefit segment includes centralized administrative support services to the group comprising legal and business affairs, finance and human resources. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.
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Blog posts that reference Beyond International:
Tuesday, November 05, 2013
As a microcap worth around $120 million, Beyond International (BYI) is too small to attract either institutional investors or coverage by any brokers’ analysts. Nevertheless, the investors who play in this space liked what they heard on 21 October when the company announced a new venture with Seven Network.
Positive investor sentiment surrounding that announcement saw the share price jump 25%, and 64% in the past year.
Saturday, November 02, 2013
Top stocks have five things in common: great management, impressive return on equity, low debt, strong earnings per share growth and positive intrinsic value growth.
Right now in Skaffold there are a handful of stocks that exhibit these characteristics. We first wrote about them at our blog on 22 October. Click here to read about these businesses and see their key performance ratios.
At our webinar, How to identify investment opportunities in an overpriced market, Skaffold’s General Manager Chris Batchelor CFA shared his insights on the opportunities and potential challenges for a handful of these businesses. Here are Chris’s insights.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
We’ve trawled Skaffold to find a handful of top stocks that offer hidden value in an overpriced market.
Encompassing motion pictures and tv production, scientific instruments, energy auction procurement, retail, technology, and business, engineering and legal services, the 10 businesses uncovered in Skaffold have a demonstrated track record of improving performance, and for the majority, are trading at a discount to Skaffold’s current intrinsic value estimate.
Exclusively for Skaffold members, here’s a sneak peek of the stocks we discussed at our webinar titlede "How to find opportunities in an overpriced market". We've also included a brief discussion on why we believe these companies represent the best opportunities in a market that has rallied well beyond Skaffold’s intrinsic valuations for the majority of Australia’s Top 200 stocks.
Monday, September 02, 2013
If you have children of school age, you may have received an SMS from message service provider MGM Wireless (MWR). MWR allows schools to send parents an SMS if their child has not arrived at school, in addition to general schools news, event reminders, sport notifications, emergency notices and late breaking news.
With a market capitalisation of just $9.028 million, MWR is a nano-cap stock. Its Top 20 shareholders control just under 50% of the company (they are listed in the Investor Centre on the company’s website).
Trafalgar Corporate Group (TGP) is another smaller company to update in Skaffold on Friday night. Whilst retaining an average Performance Score of ‘3’, the company’s Quality Score improved from B to A. This improvement indicates TGPs balance sheet is less likely to suffer a major liquidity event or require additional capital to sustain its ongoing business activities.
Monday, March 04, 2013
Cedar Woods Properties (CWP), one of Skaffold’s Top 5 stocks for 2013, has risen to A1. CWP was identified as a stock to watch in 2013 on 8 January. In the period 8 January to 1 March 2013 CWP’s share price has risen 12%. Woolworth’s (WOW) performance also improved over the past six months, whilst Blackmores (BKL), IMF (Australia) Limited (IMF), GR Engineering Services (GNG) and Grange Resources (GRR) are the latest companies to lose their A1 Skaffold Scores.
Monday, September 03, 2012
This week Flight Centre (FLT) rose to A1 whilst Decmil (DCG) and Woolworths (WOW) maintained their A2 Skaffold Scores. Other companies to report include Ramsay Healthcare (RHC), Transpacific Industries (TPI), Fortescue Metals (FMG), Mortgage Choice (MOC), Macquarie Radio Network (MRN), Village Roadshow (VRL), Billabong (BBG), Slater & Gordon (SGH, Warrambool Cheese & Butter Factory (WCB), Capilano Honey (CZZ), Jetset Travelworld (JET and Vocus Communication (VOC).