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What: Shares of First Cash Financial (Nasdaq: FCFS) jumped 10% today, after the company released earnings and set its outlook for 2011.

So what: The company reported net income of $19.56 million, or $0.62 per share, easily beating expectations of $0.55. In 2011, earnings per share are expected to be between $2.02 and $2.10 as pawn revenue drives future growth.

Now what: First Cash Financial has now beaten estimates in four of the past five quarters, a bullish sign this Fool looks for in stocks. At a forward P/E of 16, the shares are trading at a reasonable value, even after today's jump and before any estimate upgrades. The earnings consistency and constant earnings beats make me think this stock has room to run higher.

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