Fuzzy Reception From TiVo: Fool by Numbers

On Aug. 24, Motley Fool Stock Advisor pick TiVo (Nasdaq: TIVO  ) released earnings for its fiscal 2006 second quarter, which ended July 31.

  • Service and technology revenues of $40.7 million met Street estimates, but break-even EPS was well ahead of expectations. Still, like last year, spending on sales and marketing is on the rise.
  • Subscription growth slowed considerably. TiVo-owned net subscriptions fell to 40,000 during the quarter, from 63,000 during the same period a year ago.
  • Management intends to invest to boost subscription growth. The increased spending is now expected to delay profitability, which was expected in the fourth quarter.

(Figures in thousands, except per-share data)

Income Statement Highlights(What's this?)

Avg. Est.

Q2 2006

Q2 2005

% Change

Sales

$42,200

$39,335

$39,776

-1.1%

Net Profit

--

$240

$(10,760)

N/A

EPS

$(0.04)

$-

$(0.13)

N/A



Margin Checkup(What's this?)

Q2 2006

Q2 2005

Change

Gross Margin

64.35%

18.89%

+45.46%

Op. Margin

-1.14%

-26.26%

+25.12%

Net Margin

0.61%

-27.05%

+27.66%



Balance Sheet Highlights(What's this?)

Assets

Q2 2006

Q2 2005

% Change

Cash+ ST Invest.

$103,823

$129,993

-20.1%

Inventory

$20,476

$23,088

-11.3%

Accounts Rec.

$8,684

$14,660

-40.8%



Liabilities

Long-Term Debt

$8,000

$6,866

+16.5%

Accounts Pay.

$32,281

$47,962

-32.7%



Cash Flow Highlights(What's this?)

Q2 2006

Q2 2005

% Change

Cash From Ops

$(6,577)

$(13,771)

N/A

Capital Expend.

$6,483

$1,792

+261.8%

Free Cash Flow

$(13,060)

$(15,563)

N/A



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