STMP Key Stats
- STAMPS.COM INC Files SEC form 8-K, Submission of Matters to a Vote of Security H... Jun 13
- Stamps.com's CEO Hosts 2013 Annual Meeting of Stockholders Conference (Transcrip... Jun 12
- Stamps.com - A Short Story Jun 5
- Plenty Of Potential For Stamps.com Even After Run Up Jun 3
- Stamps.com Named as Finalist in Electronic Commerce Solution Category for 2013 A... Jun 3
- Nasdaq stocks posting largest percentage increases May 30
- Bull Of The Day: Stamps.com May 30
- Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day Highlights: Stamps.com, Cummins, OmniVision Techn... May 30
- Bull of the Day: Stamps.com (STMP) - Bull of the Day Zacks May 30
- Bull of the Day: Stamps.com (STMP) May 30
STMP Total Returns Comparison
This total returns chart shows the returns to an investor from both price appreciation and dividends (dividends are assumed to be reinvested). Stamps.com is up 64.61% over the last year vs S&P 500 Total Return up 24.84%, PC Connection up 85.02%, and A. T. Cross Company up 51.48%.
Fundamental analysis of a business involves analyzing its financial statements and health, its management and competitive advantages. The key financial statements of a company are the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement.
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Stamps.com is a company that provides Internet-based mailing and shipping services. Stamps.com is a public company and trades on the NASDAQ exchange under the symbol STMP. The company headquarters are based in El Segundo, California. Founded in 1996, Stamps.com was created by Jim McDermott, Ari Engelberg and Jeff Green. At the time of creation, the company was known as StampMaster. Stampmaster was the first company to get USPS approval for beta testing and successfully brought internet postage to market, but the company did not survive the bursting of the dot-com bubble in 2000. In 2001 its domain and patents were bought by a fellow early entrant in the digital postage market, Stamps.com.