Most readers will not recognize this company name but they will recognize their branded products.
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JCOM - J2 Global Inc - Company Profile
j2 Global, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the provision of Internet services worldwide. It operates through two segments, Business Cloud Services and Digital Media. The Business Cloud Services segment offers cloud services to sole proprietors, small to medium-sized businesses and enterprises, and government organizations. This segment provides online fax services under the eFax, MyFax, eFax Plus, eFax Pro, eFax Secure, eFax Corporate, and eFax Developer names; on-demand voice and unified communications services under the eVoice and Onebox names; online backup and disaster recovery solutions under the KeepItSafe, LiveDrive, LiveVault, and SugarSync names; hosted email security, email encryption, and email filtering and archival services under the FuseMail name; email marketing services under the Campaigner name; and cloud-based customer relationship management solutions under the CampaignerCRM name. The Digital Media segment operates a portfolio of Web properties, including PCMag.com, IGN.com, Speedtest.net, AskMen.com, TechBargains.com, Offers.com, and Everydayhealth.com that offer technology products, gaming and lifestyle products and services, news and commentary related products, speed testing for Internet and network connections, and online deals and discounts for consumers, as well as professional networking tools, targeted emails, and white papers for IT professionals. This segment also sells display and video advertising solutions, as well as targets advertising across the Internet; sells business-to-business leads for IT vendors; promotes deals and discounts on its Web properties for consumers; and licenses the right to use PCMag's Editors' Choice logo and other copyrighted editorial content to businesses. Company description from FinViz.com.
Very few business people would not recognize some of their brands including eFax.com, PCMag.com, TechBargains.com, etc.
The reported earnings of $1.14 that rose 12% but missed estimates by 7 cents. Revenue rose 27% to $254.7 million and also missed estimates for $258.5 million. However, they raised full year guidance to $5.60-$6.00 and $1.13-$1.17 billion. Analysts were expecting $5.59 and $1.15 billion. They also announced a dividend increase to 37.5 cents. Digital media revenues rose 81.5% to $113.1 million.
Estimates earnings August 7th.
Shares declined from $91.50 to $80.50 on the May 9th earnings and have recovered to $87.50. They are about to break out to a six week high. They have been relatively stable in the recent market weakness.
Buy Sept $90 call, currently $3.60, initial stop loss $84.50.
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