comScore, Inc.

NASDAQ: SCOR
$2.29
+$0.02 (+0.9%)
Closing price September 18, 2020
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Wednesday include Advance Auto Parts, Cardinal Health, Dick's Sporting Goods, Home Depot, Lam Research, Snap ad Walmart.
Teva, Michael Kors, Sabre, and comScore all posted new 52-week lows Tuesday.
One thing is for sure, the insiders continue to buy stock, and at these lofty levels, that remains a positive for investors.
Tuesday’s bounce was on the heels of two large sell-offs in post-Brexit trading, and shares were up again on Wednesday morning. It is important to remember that investors have found a myriad of...
In late February, research firm comScore Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR) said that it had “received a message regarding certain potential accounting matters,” and that it would be unable to file...
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After a wild and woolly weak that saw the market plunge to the lows put in last summer, many savvy investors are using the extreme weakness to load the proverbial boat.
The ups and downs of 2015 didn’t keep executives and 10% institutional owners from buying shares, and this past week, which marked the end of 2015, was no exception.
One thing is for sure, the insiders and 10% owners did some late shopping and continued to buy stock this past week at a furious pace.
Tuesday's leading analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Dollar General, eBay, Fresh Market, Marvell Technology, Party City and SAP.
Source: ThinkstockWhile 24/7 Wall St. looks through dozens of analyst upgrades and downgrades each day of the week, there are always some research reports which sneak through the cracks. There were...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Borderfree, Genworth Financial, Groupon, Nationstar Mortgage, SolarCity and Zulily.
Source: ThinkstockThe two-month period between November 1st and December 31st saw an increase in online retail spending from desktop computers of 15% to a total of $53.3 billion. The Black Friday...
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Google further cemented is position as the number one Web property in the United States based on April data. comScore reports that Google sites had 192.3 million unique visitors.