AOL Free Fundamental and Technical Study
New York, NY, Feb 12, 2013 (eTeligis.com via COMTEX)
Internet stocks have been the darling of investors for over a decade. AOL Inc. (NYSE:AOL), once the most favored internet stock had experienced a decline in the last few years, but has been seeing a steady rise over the last few months thanks to some good acquisitions and buyback programs. After Friday's better-than-expected results from AOL, the stock saw a good spike, improving revenue growth and an uptrend in its number of users. Being a member of St Bulls give you the exclusivity to speak with an analyst today on AOL. So, sign now for free at
AOL's ad sales grew by 13% y-o-y, which is 6% higher than the last quarter. While flat display ad sales lagged behind, there was a great spike in network ad sales (31%) and search ads (17%). ARPU rose to $19.27, with a steady churn at 1.8%, although old-fashioned dial-up ISP revenue lost 99,000 subscribers in the U.S. from last quarter, resulting in a 10% fall in revenue. AOL had a free cash flow of $46 million, which was less than last year. Based on the strong earnings, AOL authorized a share buyback program amounting to $100 million. Get more insight about the latest round of earnings from AOL by signing up now at
A few days ago, it was announced that AOL is slated to acquire gdgt, a well-known electronics review site. According to TechCrunch (itself an AOL property), gdgt would be a part of AOL's websites like Endgadget, TechCrunch and Joystiq. Peter Rojas and Ryan Block, founders of gdgt and veteran TechCrunch people, may return to AOL as a result of this move. However, in less positive news, AOL reportedly sold online identity website About.me back to its founders for a fraction of what was paid for it a couple of years back. In other recent news, AOL acquired Buysight, which provides specialized online ad services. In an earlier earnings call, AOL sounded very optimistic about this acquisition. Talk to our analysts and get their take on AOL by registering now at
Only last month, AOL was considered a risky bet after analysts downgraded a number of internet stocks. However, the latest earnings results have shown that there is still a lot of upside left in this old warrior. Its ad sales revenue is growing, and many of its internet properties make up the benchmarks in their respective sectors. Find out why AOL has been upgraded to a Platinum Equity by signing up to the link below
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