Zillow (Z) Shares Holding Up, Gain 98% YTD

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April 17, 2013

Zillow (Z) Shares Holding Up; Gain 98% YTD
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*Oracle in recovery after a tough quarter
*Yelp disrupts local search
*TripAdvisor expands its global presence
*Deal delays trip up F5 Networks
*Is Citrix Systems getting more competitive?
*How Aruba Networks steers wireless traffic
*Tableau Software is ready for the IPO spotlight
*Big Data: EMC and VMware launch Pivotal
*An activist investor tries to shake things up at Harmonic
*Why Palo Alto Networks is the rising star in security
*Juniper Networks attempts to rebound after a tough year
*Marin Software optimizes digital advertising from the cloud
*Electronic Arts seeks a new CEO to help reignite growth
*Fortinet battles for market share in networking security
*Deal Report: Model N finds growth in a software niche

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Shares of Zillow (Z, $55.02), the provider of real estate information both online and
via mobile apps, held up well today, recovering from an early low of $53.17 to finish
with a gain of 1.2%. Despite the recent market turbulence, the stock remains near its
52-week high of $57.82 reached on March 25.

We first covered Zillow in the June 2012 issue of Tech-Stock Prospector (TSP
#124) after the company purchased RentJuice to expand its presence in the rentals
sector. The stock at the time was trading around $32.20.
In the September 2012 issue (TSP #127), we suggested Zillow would be a smart
acquisition candidate for Yahoo (YHOO. At that time, the stock was trading around

With the recent strong performance in the shares (+98% YTD), Zillow isn’t cheap:
the market cap of $1.87 billion is roughly 10.9 times the 2013 consensus revenue
estimate of $171.2 million. Revenue this year is expected to be up 46.6%.


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Description: Revenue growth looks strong, but the stock isn't cheap after the big gains