Gannett (GCI) has a low current ratio and a lack of earnings stability and growth over the last 10 years. But that is fine with the enterprising investor with a shorter time horizon, despite concerns over the high level of debt relative to the net current assets. Go ahead and proceed with further research into the company.
From the valuation side of things, the company appears to be significantly undervalued after growing its EPSmg (normalized earnings) from -$3.75 in 2010 to an estimated $2.06 for 2014. This solid level of demonstrated growth leads our valuation model to return an estimate of intrinsic value that is well above the market price.
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