|Bid||8.15 x 900|
|Ask||8.15 x 800|
|Day's Range||7.92 - 8.21|
|52 Week Range||2.56 - 10.66|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.61|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 5, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||10.40|
Telaria, Inc. (TLRA), the complete software platform that optimises yield for leading video publishers, today furthered its EMEA expansion with the appointment of Mark Giblin, who joins the company as Head of Demand. Based in the London office, Giblin will work closely with more than 45 plugged-in video demand partners that count on Telaria’s premium inventory. With video ad spend growing over 30% across Europe in the last year to reach €7.6 billion, advertiser demand for premium video inventory is high.
Telaria, Inc. , the complete software platform that optimizes yield for leading video publishers, today announced that the company will be presenting at three investor conferences this month.
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Telaria (TLRA) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -20.00% and 0.02%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Volatile markets, an uncertain future, and certainly unsettled present have investors on edge. They want clear winners for their investments, but these days such sure winners are harder and harder to find. In the last six months, the S&P 500 may be up 3.7%, its gains have been interspersed with episodes of losses and extreme price shifts. What’s needed here, to calm investors, is a tool to find the stocks that weather today’s market environment.TipRanks presents the Smart Score, a single number distilled from no less than 8 different factors measured and tracked by AI algorithms. The Smart Score follows such factors as analyst, blogger, and news sentiment, to see what the conventional wisdom is on a stock; hedge fund activity, insiders trades, and individual investor actions, to see what investors of all sizes are actually doing; and the technical and fundamental analysis factors that market analysts have traditionally used in rating stocks. The result is single-digit score providing a gestalt opinion of the stock at question.We’ve dipped into the TipRanks database to find three tech stocks that have all received a ‘Perfect 10’ from the Smart Score analysis. Let’s see what makes them stand out.Momo, Inc. (MOMO)Coming to us from China, Momo brings a mobile app for social media and instant messaging. The app is free, but the company monetizes it in a variety of ways, but mainly through paid subscriptions for enhanced services and integrated third-party games.The social networking app environment is a proven money maker, and Momo has proven adept at monetizing it. In the company’s last reported quarter, the Q2 report released back in August, it showed a 32% revenue growth, along with the fourth quarter in a row of 110 million-plus daily active users. Management guided toward 17% to 19% revenue growth for Q3, and in December we’ll find out if they are right.MOMO’s perfect Smart Score is based on five of the factors: strongly positive analyst sentiment, 92% bullish blogger opinions, a 2.2 million share increase in Q2 purchases by major hedge funds, and strong technical and fundamentals.JPMorgan’s Alex Yao, writing as part of a team, sees Momo doing well in the second half of this year. He writes, “We expect 3Q19 to be another solid quarter for Momo with revenue upside... While Momo’s growth momentum remains strong, we believe the growth potential of Momo/Tantan is not fully factored into the current share price.” Yao’s group put a $47 price target on the stock, suggesting a 40% upside in line with their bullish thesis. (To watch Yao's track record, click here)In an October 17 report, UBS analyst Jerry Liu updated his Buy rating on MOMO shares. He wrote, “Momo has managed through recent regulatory issues with no significant long-term impact, and the most sensitive periods this year have passed. We remain positive on the stock given upside potential…” Going into some additional detail, Liu adds, “We are still positive on Momo as its shift from live streaming to dating and audio and video-based virtual gifting in newer products with smaller group settings broadens the use case, driving user, paying conversion and ARPPU improvements. Investors are focusing on the maturing live streaming market, but underestimating the value-added services opportunity.” Liu’s price target of $42 indicates a 25% upside.Overall, Momo has a Strong Buy consensus based on 3 recent Buy ratings. As the reports here show, that consensus is likely to grow stronger in coming weeks. Shares are selling for $33.51, and the $43 average price target implies a 25% upside. (See MOMO stock analysis on TipRanks)Proofpoint (PFPT)With Proofpoint, we are looking at one of Silicon Valley’s stalwarts. This online security company thrives on businesses’ need for secure email, along with archiving, inbound security, and data loss prevention on outbound messages. The flow of messages in and out of a system is a natural weak point in digital security, and Proofpoint offers proven solutions.The company’s competent position in its niche underlies its perfect Smart Score. The analysts see it as a Strong Buy, the bloggers are 100% bullish (as opposed to the sector average, of 65% bullish), and the news reports on PFPT are also 100% bullish. The hedge funds made modest increases to their holdings of this stock last quarter.All of that is good, but the technical indicators are PFPT’s best. The positive simple moving average, showing that the 20-day average is higher than the 200-day average, indicates the stock is trending upwards, while the 31% momentum shows it has gained in the last 12 months. The stock is up 37% year-to-date, another indication of upward momentum.Top analysts are sanguine about Proofpoint’s continued performance. Steven Koenig, of Wedbush, says, in a report titled Steady as She Goes, “We see several growth drivers: a favorable competitive environment, cross-sell/upsell and traction with bundles, growing international traction, acceleration of emerging products, and the recent FedRAMP certification that could drive public sector deals.” His $140 price target indicates confidence in a 21% upside in the next 12 months. (To watch Koenig's track record, click here)Chiming in from Deutsche Bank, Gray Powell sees the stock as attractively priced. He writes, “we are rolling forward to a 2021 target EV/FCF multiple of 27x. For comparison purposes, our target continues to equate to 33x 2020E EV/FCF on a normalized basis. These multiples are roughly in line with the average of other mid-cap software names exhibiting revenue growth in the 20%+/- range.” Powell’s $147 price target implies an upside of 27%.Proofpoint’s Strong Buy consensus rating, mentioned briefly above, is based on 9 buys and 1 hold set in the last three months. This stock comes with a price of $115, and an average target price of $144 suggests a 23% upside. (See Proofpoint stock analysis on TipRanks)Telaria (TLRA)This software company, based in New York, offers a Video Management Platform, a package that manages the premium ads in online digital videos. In short, Telaria makes money by helping customers track their monetization efforts. There is nothing in the online world that can’t be somehow turned to profit.Telaria is the smallest of the companies on this list, with a market cap of just $347 million, and in the last eight quarters it has only reported positive EPS once, but its technical indicators are strong. The simple moving average is positive, and the stock shows 170% momentum over the past 12 months. Asset growth in that time has been 50%. Recent news sentiment on this stock is 100% bullish, as are the financial bloggers’ opinions. The hedge funds made a modest increase in their holdings of this stock.Jason Kreyer, 5-star analyst with Craig-Hallum, sums up Momo’s prospects succinctly: “We remain encouraged by the backdrop for connected TV advertising given the volume of new programming set to hit the market in the coming months. There remains a significant delta between CTV viewership and ad dollars, which we expect will narrow over time.” His price target on this stock, $11, implies a robust upside potential of 45%. (To watch Kreyer's track record, click here)To find other good ideas for stocks trading at fair value or better, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy tool, a newly launched feature that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights.
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Telaria (TLRA), the complete software platform that optimizes yield for leading video publishers, today announced its partnership with She Runs It, formerly Advertising Women of New York, to elevate women at all stages in their career in the technology and advertising industries. According to recently released data from She Runs It, just 29 percent of corporate or executive positions at advertising, media and technology companies are held by women, underscoring the need for initiatives to bridge this gap. “We are proud to partner with She Runs It to ensure there is more equitable representation and inclusion in our industry,” said Jennifer Catto, Chief Marketing Officer at Telaria.
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Telaria (TLRA), the complete software platform that optimizes yield for leading video publishers, today announced the appointment of Tiffany Francis as Chief Human Resources Officer. In this role, Ms. Francis will oversee human resources functions across Telaria’s global offices including recruitment, professional development and the company’s diversity and inclusion initiatives. Ms. Francis will be based in the company’s headquarters in New York and report to Chief Executive Officer Mark Zagorski.
Telaria, Inc. – the complete software platform that optimises yield for leading video publishers, today announced that Jenny Antoniou is joining the company as Publisher Account Director, Ad Operations, signalling its continued expansion in EMEA.
For investors, a little can go a long way. That's the theory behind investing in small-cap stocks. These stocks have the ability to beat large-cap stocks over time … if you know which of these stocks to buy.One of the reasons for this is because of their relatively low price. When these companies have even small increases in revenue, it can have a significant impact on their sales and profit. And since these companies typically have a lower stock price, a small movement of just a few dollars in their price can be a 20% or higher positive return on their investment.The end of the calendar year is a time for investors to take stock of where their portfolio is, and where they want it to go. We've identified five small-cap stocks that look to finish out the year in style. Some of these companies have seen growth this year that has outpaced that of the S&P 500, and represents a much smaller investment on our part.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips * 10 Best High-Growth Stocks to Buy for Young Investors So without further explanation, let's take a look at five small-cap stocks to buy as we get ready to put a wrap on 2019. Best Small-Cap Stocks to Buy This Year: LivePerson, Inc. (LPSN)Source: Shutterstock If you've ever had a "live chat" online and realized that you weren't talking to a real person, you've probably been exposed to LivePerson, Inc. (NASDAQ:LPSN) technology. The company uses artificial intelligence to deal with customer relations management. The company calls their technology "conversational commerce" and it allows businesses to interact with their customers at a fraction of the cost of using live agents.LivePerson serves the needs of two demographics (milennials and Gen Z) who prefer messaging to human conversation. The company currently works with over 18,000 businesses, including Home Depot (NYSE:HD), Delta (NYSE:DAL) and T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS). LivePerson is one of the best performing stocks on the market regardless of size. It is up nearly 100% year-to-date.In the most recent quarter, the company announced that it signed more deals than it had in all of 2018, and recent comments from the company's CEO Rob Locascio indicate the addressable market is continuing to grow. To capture this market, the LPSN is adding to its sales team, which will add to the company's expenses in the short term. However, the company forecasts year-over-year growth in the high teens for this year and 20% growth in 2020. The company generated $249.8 million in revenue, which is up 14% from 2017. Telaria, Inc. (TLRA)Source: Shutterstock The trend toward consumers cutting the cord is having an effect on how advertising is delivered. Which is where Telaria (NYSE:TLRA) comes in. Telaria delivers digital video solutions that address mobile, over-the-top and connected TV (CTV) content.For the past two years, Telaria has been a revenue-generating machine. Their revenue on CTV devices increased 322% year-over-year in 2018. As of March of this year, revenue from CTV devices accounted for almost 1/3 of their revenue. And the company is forecasting an increased demand for their tools, allowing them to capture more market share. * 7 Stocks to Buy From the Harvard Endowment The share price took a recent tumble, but with the revenue the company is generating, this may have been a case where the market got ahead of itself. What is more intriguing about the stock is that the consensus analyst expectation is for the company to turn a profit in 2020. This would require a growth rate of approximately 68%. While this may be a little optimistic, the company has a clean balance sheet with regard to debt and certainly looks like a low risk for investors who are concerned about investing in a company that has yet to post a profit. Callaway Golf (ELY)Source: Shutterstock The good news for Callaway Golf (NYSE:ELY) is that they have high brand equity. They are one of the most recognized golfing brands. And their "[e]quipment and golf balls account for over 60% of its revenue." What has some investors concerned is the added debt the company has accumulated as they've tried to grow through acquisition.However, this debt appears to represent an opportunity for ELY to increase its exposure in other markets. That has been the case with their acquisition of Jack Wolfskin that increased its presence in China and Central Europe. As of March, revenue outside the United States accounted for over 50% of its sales.Furthermore, the company has a solid balance sheet with a gross margin in "the high 40% range." Callaway also has positive trailing-12-month net income of $90 million of net income through the first quarter of this year. Recently Raymond James raised its rating on ELY stock to an Outperform from Market Perform. The analyst firm also raised its price target for Callaway to $21, which would give the stock about a 15% bump from its current level. Instructure (INST)Source: PRONEC Corporation via FlickrWhen you're looking to invest in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company, you want to see that they have well-established products. Instructure (NYSE:INST) has two products that should be able to provide solid, repeatable revenue for the company. Its main product, Canvas, is widely used in the higher education market. And their newest product, Bridge, is starting to catch on with corporations. * 7 Next-Generation Healthcare Stocks to Buy But Instructure has a wide range of software products that are being used by over 4,000 colleges, universities and K-12 school systems. And each client pays the company thousands to millions of dollars. Even better news for the company is a net revenue retention rate that exceeded 100% in 2018. In fact, revenue from recurring subscriptions is over 90% of INST's sales. And sales saw a 30% YoY increase to $210 million in 2018. The combination of the education and corporate markets gives the company an estimated $15 billion addressable market. Institutional investors are buying large volumes of shares from the company as well signaling that the stock may be on the verge of a breakout. Freshpet (FRPT)Source: Shutterstock Rounding out our list of small-cap stocks to look at for the remainder of 2019 is Freshpet (NASDAQ:FRPT). In case you haven't noticed, the pet industry is big business. The math is simple and favorable. There are over 300 million pets in America. The dog- and cat-food retail market is valued at over $30 billion with a compounded annual rate of growth of 6%.That's the pool that Freshpet is swimming in. But they're not just swimming, they're disrupting the market. Freshpet supplies refrigerated, fresh food options by providing refrigerators in over 20,000 retail outlets. That was a 10% YoY increase. Sales are estimated to increase by 24% in 2019.The company's stock was punished after it posted a second-quarter loss that was larger than expected. There was also some concern about contracting margins. However, for a long-term growth stock like Freshpet, increasing revenue should be the priority for investors. That has been the driver for a stock price that has tripled over the last three years. According to CEO Billy Cyr, "Our second-quarter results demonstrate continued momentum behind our Feed the Growth strategy. Our strategic advertising investment drove our strongest gains in household penetration and retail availability in several years, giving us tremendous confidence that Freshpet is still in the puppy stage…with significant growth ahead."As of this writing, Chris Markoch did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 Best ETFs for 2019: The Race Is a Little More Gnarly Now * 7 Next-Generation Healthcare Stocks to Buy * Are These 10 High-Yielding S&P Dividend Stocks Traps or Treasures? The post The 5 Best Small-Cap Stocks to Buy for the Rest of the Year appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Telaria , Telaria, Inc. the complete software platform that optimizes yield for leading video publishers will announce financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019 on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
Telaria, Inc. (TLRA), the complete software platform that optimises yield for leading video publishers, together with a consortium of Australian publishers, including Seven West Media, Network 10, SBS, Foxtel Media, Pedestrian Group and Daily Mail, today announced the launch of a programmatic ‘Editorial Video Marketplace’ to simplify buyers’ access to this professionally produced premium content with extensive daytime audience reach and scale.
Telaria (TLRA) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -50.00% and 13.64%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?