Dallas Salazar
IPOs, contrarian, long/short equity, long-term horizon

Amber Road's Pre-IPO Operations And Current Cash Management Should Keep The Bears Away For Quite Some Time

Amber Road (NYSE:AMBR) has performed extremely well since I initiated coverage on the company in late April, shortly after the company held its IPO. The stock is up 18.8%, running from $13.54 to its most recent close of $16.09 and reaching as high as $17.49 at one point. The stock has also traded with some volatility to the downside, especially into Q1 earnings, trading as low as $12 after a knee jerk reaction to a net loss headline figure that didn't tell the entire story of the company's first quarter as a public entity. This continuing coverage article will try to clarify the Q1 financials and make the case for incremental, consistent share price appreciation over the balance...

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