IZEA News and Headlines - IZEA Worldwide Inc

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The stock of IZEA Worldwide (NAS:IZEA, 30-year Financials) is estimated to be significantly overvalued, according to GuruFocus Value calculation. GuruFocus Value is GuruFocus' estimate of the fair value at which the stock should be traded. It is calculated based on the historical multiples that the stock has traded at, the past business growth and analyst estimates of future business performance. If the price of a stock is significantly above the GF Value Line, it is overvalued and its future return is likely to be poor. On the other hand, if it is significantly below the GF Value Line,

0 Views    GF Value    2021-04-10 13:12
A look at the latest plays from the Privet Fund

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In the small cap space, Privet Fund LLC has been one of the most active capital funds of the year. The company has initiated or built on a position on at least eight separate occasions year to date, across a range of industries, at a cost of between $45 million and $50 million. The fund takes a value-driven, long-term approach to its allocations, and as such, for an investor looking to gain exposure to the small cap space, could be an attractive operation to piggyback. With this said, let's catch up with Privet's 2015 allocations.

First, for those

1135 Views    SamuelRae    2015-09-23 17:07

Shortly after 4 p.m. on Aug. 12, Izea Inc (OTCMKTS: IZEA) hit markets with its Q2 2015 financials. The report comes at a busy time for the company, with a number of news-worthy developments having also hit markets over the past eight weeks. The numbers reflected a strong quarter for IZEA, and markets reacted accordingly, with the company trading 18% higher at the most recent close versus market open on Aug. 12. With this said, here's a look at the IZEA's updated financials alongside the details and implications its most recent developments.

Financials

IZEA reported Q2 2015 revenues

963 Views    Samuel Rae    2015-08-19 21:29

IZEA Inc (OTCPK:IZEA) will generate $23 million in revenue this year, which is greater than its current market capitalization. It raised $11 million in cash from existing warrant holders this summer, a substantial vote of confidence from institutional investors. It already operates the largest platform-agnostic sponsored ad platform and is increasing its headcount by 19% to further strengthen its industry dominance. Despite a current market capitalization of $21 million, Ladenburg Thalmann estimates that IZEA could generate $38 million in revenue with 36.8% gross profit margins in 2016, positioning IZEA to qualify for a NASDAQ uplisting.

What follows is an

1913 Views    GuruFocusWriter    2015-07-24 15:45

The traditional advertising game has changed. Long gone are the days when advertisers had three major television networks, a local radio station and a local newspaper to choose from.

Everywhere you go today people have their heads down looking at their cellphones.

Where the eyeballs go, so too will the advertising dollars. The current generation of prime consumers have their eyeballs squarely focused on social media and that number is growing rapidly.

According to a new eMarketer report, “Worldwide Social Network Users: 2013 Forecastand Comparative Estimates,” nearly one in four people worldwide used social

1020 Views    Growth Stock Investor    2015-04-08 20:26

One of the lesser-known investors on GuruFocus.com is John Pappajohn, a Greek immigrant who met Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) in 1969 and has earned 40% annual returns ever since. A self-made multi-hundred millionaire, Pappajohn is an active investor with a portfolio that should fascinate any investor looking to beat the market long term.

Pappajohn was raised in Iowa, neighboring Nebraska and "The Oracle of Omaha." He graduated from college in 1952. By 1969, he had saved just enough money to become a venture capitalist: $100,000.

As he vacillated between being a full-time VC or taking a

2606 Views    GuruFocusWriter    2015-04-03 14:28

History never repeats itself exactly, but it tells us enough that we can learn a lot from it. What we learn can help us avoid making mistakes that cost us oodles of money.

In investing, avoiding mistakes is more than half the battle.

We are all aware of the mistakes that many investors made 15 years ago. In the late nineties, a new generation of investors rushed to invest in the stock market because they had seen their friends making easy money with “dot.com” stocks.

These investors paid no attention to valuation and lost gobs of money when the dot.com

2350 Views    Canadian Value    2014-07-11 22:01

While big names such as Buffett and Klarman draw the spotlight of media attention in the value world, there are a good number of lesser-known individuals with track records that rival these “celebrity” investors. One such individual is Dr. Phillip Frost. The big difference between Buffett and Frost, however, is Buffett defines value as a cut-price asset; Frost seeks out fledgling industries that he believes have large growth potential. The fledgling nature of these industries results in a general market undervaluation of their constituent companies, the undervaluation in which Frost’s value lies.

An Example

As an example, consider IVAX Pharmaceuticals.

2039 Views    Samuel James Rae    2014-01-28 22:54
I’m a [url=http://www.gurufocus.com/StockBuy.php?GuruName=Warren+Buffett]Warren Buffett[/url] devotee. As a big Buffett fan the following statement the great investor made to [url=http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/june1999/sw90625.htm]Businessweek[/url] in 1999 was forever burned into my memory: [i]"If I was running $1 million today, or $10 million for that matter, I'd be fully invested. Anyone who says that size does not hurt investment performance is selling[b]. [/b]The highest rates of return I've ever achieved were in the 1950s. I killed the Dow. You ought to see the numbers. But I was investing peanuts then. It's a huge structural advantage not to have a lot of money. [b]I think I could
1102 Views    Canadian Value    2013-11-11 22:59

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