Shares of Roku (NASDAQ:ROKU) tumbled on Thursday, falling as much as 19.2%. As of 12:09 p.m. EST, the stock was down 18.5%.
The stock's pullback follows Roku's third-quarter earnings release, which featured better-than-expected revenue and a narrower-than-expected loss per share. But Roku's third-quarter platform revenue and its fourth-quarter bottom-line guidance may have spooked some investors.
For its third quarter, Roku reported revenue of $173.4 million, up 39% year over year. This was higher than analysts' consensus forecast for revenue of $169.1 million. The company's loss per share of $0.09 was narrower than a consensus analyst estimate for $0.12.
Roku's platform revenue increased 74% year over year to $100.1 million, missing an average forecast for $103.2 million.
Roku raised its guidance for full-year revenue, citing its strong third-quarter results and higher expectations for its fourth quarter. "We now see full-year revenue growth of 42% year-over-year at the midpoint, up from 40% year-over-year provided last quarter and from 31% year-over-year when we provided our outlook at the beginning of 2018," management said in Roku's third-quarter shareholder letter.
Roku's guidance for its fourth-quarter bottom line to be between a loss of $4 million and a profit of $3 million, however, was below analysts' consensus estimate for a profit of $7 million.