Verizon – Hot or Not


Verizon (NASDAQ:VZ) is the leading US mobile phone operator, with LTE and fibre optic networks. It bought Yahoo and has other web publishing assets. It has a market capitalisation of $179.2 billion, a PE of 14.94 and a dividend yield of 5.15 per cent. Guest Chris Gilmour, Independent analysts and resident expert Paul Theron from Vestact decide whether Verizon is hot or not.

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