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Two Viacoms will be better than one

This is what cracks me up about the stock market, and particularly those people who "value" companies in it.

We're talking about the exact same companies doing the exact same business with virtually all of the exact same people over the exact same properties.

But by rearranging the letterhead,

Apply that against expected enterprise value minus debt, and you get a potential new valuation of around $43 to $60 a share, or 28% to 80% more than the current price around $33.50.

I'm about to change "the reporting structure" in my house. That should make me much more valuable around here, I think.
 
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