Portfolio Recovery Associates
What analysts say:
- Buy, sell, or hold?: Analysts strongly back Portfolio Recovery Associates, with seven of eight rating it a buy and the remainder rating it a hold. Portfolio Recovery Associates' rating hasn't changed over the past three months.
- Revenue Forecasts: On average, analysts predict $113.9 million in revenue this quarter. That would represent a rise of 22.4% from the year-ago quarter.
- Wall Street Earnings Expectations: The average analyst estimate is earnings of $1.41 per share. Estimates range from $1.36 to $1.47.
What our community says:
CAPS All Stars are solidly backing the stock, with 98.4% giving it an "outperform" rating. The community at large backs the All Stars, with 97.2% awarding it a rating of "outperform." Fools are bullish on Portfolio Recovery Associates and haven't been shy with their opinions lately, logging 911 posts in the past 30 days. Even with a robust four out of five stars, Portfolio Recovery Associates' CAPS rating falls a little short of the community's upbeat outlook.
Portfolio Recovery Associates' profit has risen year-over-year by an average of 68%.
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