Gary Bourgeault
Long only, research analyst, portfolio strategy, media

ComScore Looks Ready To Climb Even Higher

The last time I wrote about comScore (NASDAQ:SCOR) in January 2014, I projected the company would probably double within a period two to three years. Since that time, on January 28, 2014, when the stock closed at $27.26, it has soared to $35.03, a gain of 26.19%. That jump was much quicker and higher than I expected, and the company may just be getting started.

Among the catalysts are the company being close to turning a profit; new deals about to be rolled out with Yahoo and Google; the tailwind of cross-platform demand for accurate data to boost ad spend for the industry; and mobile growth.

The products offered by comScore are considered so necessary, that its customer...

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