Pinterest: Easy Comps Aheads
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Update - Feb. 6
Pinterest reports after the close with a big focus on users, not EPS or revenues in this tough market.
-Pinterest (NYSE:PINS) is scheduled to announce Q4 earnings results on Monday, February 6th, after market close.
-The consensus EPS Estimate is $0.28 (-42.9% Y/Y) and the consensus Revenue Estimate is $886.78M (+4.7% Y/Y).
Update - Jan. 20
Always wonder about these analyst surveys when most people aren't very interested in surveys. It would be crazy that Pinterest is struggling with advertising after Twitter has lost so many advertisers after the Musk deal.
-Pinterest shares gave up 2% in pre-market trading Friday as MKM Partners analyst Rohit Kulkarni cut his rating on the social-information sharing company in large part due to cautious comments about online advertising.
-Kulkarni lowered his opinion of Pinterest (PINS) to neutral from buy after a survey of advertising agencies suggested "marginally negative" prospects for the company, as oppowng to the likes of Meta's (META) Facebook and Instagram, YouTube (GOOG) and Snap (SNAP). Kulkarni said the survey results imply "a potential market share loss amidst a somewhat weak as [spending] market" in the first half of this year.
Original article published on Dec. 30
- Pinterest faces easy comps next year with limited revenue and user growth in 2022.
- The social commerce sector provides an attractive tailwind for 2023 as the new CEO should start making progress.
- The stock is cheap at 4x '23 EV/S targets while Pinterest has the potential for strong adjusted EBITDA margins.