$40 Billion YouTube Spin-Off Excites Wall Street Investors

iHumanMedia.com reports Google has laid the ground work for a possible YouTube corporate spin-off. The exchange could come as an IPO or stock split arrangement. The online video social media networking platform, YouTube reaches more than 1.4 Billion people worldwide each day with 18% annual growth sustainable (Data 2015). 

The YouTube spin-off; we’d value at $40 Billion or more says James Dean @ iHumanMedia.com. YouTube has generated tremendous growth (yoy) increasing $1 Billion from 2013 – 2014. Total revenue is now over $4.5 Billion.  YouTube has achieved extraordinary global reach on mobile Internet devices like smart phones and tablets.

In cable TV news channels like CNN, CNBC, NBC and Fox; YouTube has become the go-to digital video source. Popular shows such as Ellen DeGeneres and Dr Oz also sight YouTube video news content and entertainment clips. We’re seeing YouTube video produced by users, ordinary people in social media has become a mainstream app.

The next step is to better monetize YouTube with the social commerce and e-pay integration to allow purchases from video channels and ad spots. It’ll transform retail, healthcare and finance.

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Analysis value the YouTube spin-off at 8x earnings or $40 per share price on Wall Street. With Google’s transition to fall under the Alphabet umbrella, its smart to spin-off YouTube now in order to recap the HUGE return-on-investment for equity holders says Mr. Dean. People LOVE sharing mobile video productions ! 

YouTube was bought by Google for just $1.6 Billion in 2006. Originally, developed by PayPal executives as a video sharing platform, YouTube was then sold to Google. YouTube pioneered the online digital video industry which has become mature enough for shareholders to reap the ROI.

NOTE: YouTube founders left to right: Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim.
Streaming live video events and video-conferencing is common now with YouTube leading the way, reaching 1.4 Billion people daily. With almost 5 Billion videos viewed everyday on YouTube, its time the business realized significant profitability by a new team that brings a fresh perspective.
YouTubeYouTube is seeing robust growth (yoy) between 30% to 18% well into 2018.  That’s a very healthy rate of growth compared to alternative investments.
Another key attraction for investors of the YouTube spin-off to IPO stock deal is the demographic reach of YouTube which has captured virtually 100% of consumers ages 18 – 44 years old reports iHumanMedia.com.
All segments of the young shopping population Millennials, Gen Xers, and Gen Y, all use YouTube and Instagram predominately. The gaming and education market will reach $115 Billion global revenue, involving 1.2 Billion users is solidly embedded with YouTube Games providing a robust app for social network sharing. Read more on DIGITAL GAMING … 
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YouTube Company Statistics Data
Total number of people who use YouTube 1,400,000,000
Hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute 300 hours
Number of videos viewed on YouTube everyday 4,950,000,000
Number of unique visits to YouTube every month 900,000,000
Total number of hours of video watched on YouTube each month 3.25 billion hours
Number of YouTube videos that have generated over 1 billion views 10,113
Percent of YouTube visitors that come from outside the U.S. 70 %
Number of countries with localized versions of YouTube 42
Total number of languages Youtube is broadcast in 54
User submitted video with the most views – “Charlie bit my finger” 829,000,000
Average number of mobile YouTube video views per day 1,000,000,000
Average time spent on YouTube per mobile session 40 minutes
YouTube Company Financials Data
Annual cost of running and maintaining YouTube $6,350,000,000
Google’s annual revenue generated from YouTube $4,000,000,000
Percent of Google’s ad sales revenue generated from YouTube 6 %
Amount YouTube has paid to rights holders since 2007 $1,250,000,000
Amount of money Google paid for YouTube in November of 2006 $1,650,000,000
Amount Sequoia Capital invested into YouTube in November 2005 $11,500,000
Highest Paid YouTube Partners Annual Earnings
PewDiePie $7,000,000
YOGSCAST Lewis & Simon $6,700,000
Smosh $5,700,000
DC Toys Collector $5,000,000
BluCollection ToyCollector $4,800,000
JennaMarbles $4,300,000
TobyGames $4,200,000
RayWilliamsJohnson $4,000,000
UberHaxorNova $3,500,000
Annoying Orange $3,400,000