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New Highs for Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN)

Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN)

Yesterday Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN) released a financial and business update for Q1 2017. The market has responded positively to the information and the shares are currently setting new 52-week highs. FNJN shares are trading up by over 10% on volumes over 30 times their 30-day, daily average.

Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN), a cybersecurity company, posted a massive revenue gain. For Q1, 2016 the company reported $2.3 million but yesterday that figure was reported at $24.7 million. Net income came in at $16.0 million which translates into $0.69 per share of FNJN. The company also redeemed/retired some preferred shares. As of the end of Q1 Finjan had redeemed/retired 43,769 shares costing them $7.2 million. 39,733 Series A Preferred shares are still outstanding. Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN) ended Q1 with $26.4 million of cash on hand. [It is noteworthy that the company was able to begin redeeming/retiring Series A financing less than a year after it was issued.]

Phil Hartstein, President and CEO of Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN) commented that the positive financial results stemmed from more than one revenue generating event. There were two settlements regarding IP conflicts and a continued acceleration of Finjan’s licensing program. The company also referenced their new subsidiary Finjan Mobile. Finjan Mobile was responsible for launching VitalSecurity Gen3.5. Also important was a go-to-market partnership with Avira who will supply the company’s back-end virtual private network.

Two firms follow Finjan Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ:FNJN). Both rate FNJN shares as a “strong Buy” with a price target of $2.80. Should FNJN shares end at a price around current trading levels, it will eclipse the old 52-week average high of $2.35.

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About the author: Marc has a degree in economics and a MSc. in Finance. Over his 20-year career, Marc has worked for global investment firms in Europe and the United States as an analyst, fund manager, and consultant.

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Marc has a degree in economics and a MSc. in Finance. Marc worked for global investment firms in Europe and the United States as an analyst, fund manager, and consultant.

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