Earnings season is kicking off yet again, and Motley Fool analyst Jason Moser is especially interested to see what comScore (NASDAQ:SCOR) tells investors when it reports. comScore plans to report Oct. 29.
The company provides digital data analytics to customers who need to examine and sort large troves of data. comScore operates in a particularly relevant space right now, as the mobile revolution is forcing providers to handle the shift from desktops to tablets and smartphones, along with accompanying changes in consumers' browsing behavior. comScore has a diversified customer base, and though Microsoft is a major client, Jason's not too worried about Mr. Softy defecting; comScore boasts a 90% retention rate. This fact alone makes the company an appealing investment.
comScore stock has returned more than 90% over the last five years, and over 100% year to date. Jason is eager to see its operating cash flow in the next earnings report, and believes comScore has a tremendous growth opportunity in the decade to come.
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