Heaven forbid but I think I have ANOTHER dot-com here...or am I defining them wrong? Anyhow this one looks nice to me.
According to CNN.Money, Digital Insight "provides Internet banking services to credit unions, banks and savings and loans. Services include online banking, bill payment, cash management, target marketing and eCommerce portal capabilities."
DGIN is currently trading at $17.96 up $2.04 on the day which is a gain of 12.81% per NYTimes on the Web.
I do not own any shares of this. However, just like our last pick, this one looks very intriguing and if I lose all sense of self control......
On April 24, 2003, DGIN reported their first quarter results for the period ending March 31, 2003: revenues for the first quarter increased 35% to $35.5 million from $30.1 million in the first period last year. Net income was $2.9 million or $.09/share
compared to a net loss last year of $34.7 million or ($1.11)/share. This was reported in the NYTimes on the web.
Morningstar.com shows a beautiful picture when the 5 year financials are shown: Revenues increase sequentially from $5.1 million in 1997, to $13.2 million in 1998, $26.2 million in 1999, $54.4 million in 2000, $94.6 million in 2001 and $130 million in 2002. If we extrapolate from the current first quarter we get approximately $142 million in revenue for 2003.
Free Cash Flow has ALSO turned positive in the last couple of years from NEGATIVE $60 million in 2000, NEGATIVE $22 million in 2001, to POSITIVE $11 million in 2002.
Morningstar shows LOADS of cash with $74.4 million in cash more than $43.4 million in current liabilities and $6.0 million in long-term liabilities.
So 'What made the stock jump today?' you ask....well they announced a new relationship with Microsoft and you might just want to read more about DGIN on the Net. The stars are aligned for this one!
Have a great day investing and return often!