The company has announced that the earnings for Q2 will be released on July 30. That will be a trigger for the short term. Last three months have been good for the stock with more than 25% appreciation. Over the longer term, it has not done much for the investors. The stock has been news with several analysts changing their opinion about the stock. BMO Capital Markets raised their target price on from $14 to $17, UBS AG have downgraded the stock and have a PT of $19, and Credit Suisse has raised the PT from $20 to $25 (!!). The average target price of the company is in excess of $20 which indicates a 15% upside from current levels. The last earnings were okay as the company had met the analysts estimates. The losses continued, and increased substantially on a yoy basis. The revenues were below estimates, but the good growth continued with a 34% rise. The company has delivered great growth in revenues over the years, but the losses have also increased tremendously. It is expected to post a 16-18 cents loss in Q2 and 55-62 cents loss for the full year 2013. The leverage and liquidity is comfortable as the debt on books is low at $10 million, and the cash on books was $143 million on March 31. The large accumulated deficit is not likely to go anytime soon, but this is kind of expected from companies at this stage of their life cycle. This is a very dynamic field with innovative ideas determining the performance of the companies in the short and the long run. Yappn (YPPN) is shortly going to launch a multilingual social media platform where users can meet & chat without the language barrier. Jive has succeeded on innovative ideas, and hopefully will do something to improve the bottomline soon. Otherwise, any uptrend in the stock will be difficult to sustain.