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Rentrak: Is The Company Still A Buy After A 60% Move Higher?

Earlier this year, I profiled Rentrak (NASDAQ:RENT) as a company investors should take note of that had the potential to make a significant move higher. Engaged in the media industry with a disruptive business model aimed directly at the 800lb guerilla, Nielsen (NYSE:NLSN), Rentrak has exceeded even my expectations in a short period of time. The company recently reported strong results for the first quarter of its current FY 2014 operating period. Management reiterated the ridiculously high growth rates the company expects for the new business segments that the company has entered in which it will compete directly with Nielsen. One of the best tenants of the Rentrak story, at the time I published the first...

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