You know those times when you look back at a decision you made and think:
“Well, it was a good idea at the time.”
I have to believe this is what has been running through the minds of AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) management over the last week.
On Sunday, the telecom conglomerate announced it was merging its Warner Media assets with Discovery Inc. (Nasdaq: DISCA) — essentially dissolving the $85 billion mega-merger done in 2018.
In today’s episode of The Bull & The Bear, Green Zone Fortunes co-editor Charles Sizemore and I look at the AT&T merger from 2018 and its pending spin-off. We tell you what it means for investors.
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