Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation Class B Non-Voting Shares (LGF.B) Social Stream

Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation Class B Non-Voting Shares (LGF.B): $17.87

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Domestic Box Office for Memorial Day Weekend:

1. $VIAC A Quiet Place Part II - $57M - Avg $15,297/theatre
2. $DIS Cruella - $26.5M - Avg $6,808/theatre
3. $LGF.B Spiral - $20.3M - Avg $1.4K/theatre

10. $VIAC World War Z (Re-release) - $448K - Avg $5.6K/theatre
Ro_Patel, published June 1, 2021

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Other tickers frequently mentioned alongside LGF.B are VIAC and DIS.

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$LGF.B $LGF.B After holding for 2 years at break-even I sold all my LGF.B shares today and swapped them for shares of VIAC: That’s 61,000 LGF.B shares sold / 21,000 shares of VIAC purchased. Simply put, I have way more confidence in VIAC reaching $60 in the next 2 years (or sooner) than I do LGF.B getting ti $20. Many reasons why I swapped but most important is the CEO and the amount of interest in the company/stock. Yes, VIAC has 8X the market cap of LGF but it generates 50X more buzz of PR, street interest and trading volume. VIAC has a CEO, Bob Bakish, who actually does interviews and appears on CNBC, etc. to hype up his company. Meanwhile Feltheimer is silent, with Burns acting as a talking head for LGF. Plus VIAC leadership is Gen X, my generation, while LGF’s are Boomers. Lastly I hate the fact that LGF is a controlled company with Rachesky providing no transparency on his exit strategy.

GymOwner, published May 10, 2021

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