It could certainly be worrying Aurora Mobile Limited (NASDAQ: JG) Shareholders see the stock price fell 41% in just 30 days. In the long run, we see that the stock has risen for over a year. It’s up 43% over that time, which isn’t bad, but it’s below the market return of 57%.
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Aurora Mobile has not been profitable for the past twelve months. It is unlikely that there is a strong correlation between stock price and earnings per share (EPS). Revenue is arguably our next best option. Generally, when a company is not making profits, we expect good sales growth. As you can imagine, fast growth in sales, if maintained, often leads to fast growth in earnings.
Last year, Aurora Mobile’s revenue declined 48%. Given the drop in sales, the modest 43% increase in the share price over the year seems pretty decent. In general, we’re pretty unhappy about losing stocks that are not seeing sales.
The graph below shows how revenue and earnings have changed over time (indicate the exact values by clicking on the image).
NasdaqGM: JG earnings and revenue growth April 18, 2021
If you are thinking of buying or selling Aurora Mobile stock this is a good place to check out FREE detailed report in its balance sheet.
Aurora Mobile shareholders gained 43% over the year. While it’s always nice to make a profit on the stock market, we find that the TSR was no better than the broader market return of around 57%. We regret to inform shareholders that the share price has fallen another 9.2% over the past three months. It may simply be that the stock price has outperformed itself, and it is entirely possible that it will continue to move in the right direction, especially if the business continues to deliver good financial results. I find it very interesting to look at the share price as a proxy for business development over the long term. But to really gain insight, we need to consider other information as well. For example, consider the ubiquitous specter of investment risk. We have identified 3 warning signs with Aurora Mobile (at least 1 that cannot be ignored) and understanding it should be part of your investment process.
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Please note that the market returns reported in this article reflect the market-weighted average returns on stocks currently traded on US exchanges.
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