RBC Capital Raises Angie’s List Price Target Following Positive Q4 Results
RBC Capital analyst Rohit Kulkarni weighed in today with a favorable report on Angie’s List Inc (NASDAQ:ANGI), after the company’s fourth-quarter results came in above Street expectations. The analyst reiterated a Market Perform rating on the stock, and raised the price target to $10 (from $9), which represents a potential upside of 51.5% from where the stock is currently trading.
Kulkarni wrote, “We are incrementally “less cautious” on ANGI post-Q4 earnings. We continue to believe that ANGI is not a “broken business model”, but ongoing declines in member monetization and uncertain member acquisition trends raise questions about the total addressable market for a paid membership model. We are encouraged by member acquisition related marketing efficiencies, probably early signs of tiered-pricing & marketplace funnel optimization benefits. 2015 guidance somewhat implies that ANGI may have taken a giant step toward fixing its deteriorating unit economics problem.”
However, “We will stay on the sidelines until we see clear signs of stable member pricing, consistently improving marketing ROI, service provider sales-force productivity improvement and a path toward FCF generation.”
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