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COUR - Coursera, Inc. Stock Price, Fair Value and News

7.18USD+0.06 (+0.84%)Market Closed

Market Summary

COUR
USD7.18+0.06
Market Closed
0.84%

COUR Stock Price

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COUR RSI Chart

COUR Valuation

Market Cap

1.1B

Price/Earnings (Trailing)

-10.63

Price/Sales (Trailing)

1.71

EV/EBITDA

-5.1

Price/Free Cashflow

22.69

COUR Price/Sales (Trailing)

COUR Profitability

Operating Margin

52.01%

EBT Margin

-15.32%

Return on Equity

-17.31%

Return on Assets

-11.51%

Free Cashflow Yield

4.41%

COUR Fundamentals

COUR Revenue

Revenue (TTM)

657.2M

Rev. Growth (Yr)

14.51%

Rev. Growth (Qtr)

0.11%

COUR Earnings

Earnings (TTM)

-105.4M

Earnings Growth (Yr)

34.32%

Earnings Growth (Qtr)

-4.42%

Breaking Down COUR Revenue

Last 7 days

1.0%

Last 30 days

11.5%

Last 90 days

-39.9%

Trailing 12 Months

-46.4%

How does COUR drawdown profile look like?

COUR Financial Health

Current Ratio

2.75

COUR Investor Care

Shares Dilution (1Y)

3.58%

Diluted EPS (TTM)

-0.69

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Net sales
YearQ1Q2Q3Q4
2024657.2M000
2023551.0M579.9M609.1M635.8M
2022447.4M470.0M496.5M523.8M
2021328.0M356.4M383.6M415.3M
2020211.7M239.0M266.2M293.5M
2019000184.4M
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Tracking the Latest Insider Buys and Sells of Coursera, Inc.

Filter Transactions
Datesorted ascendingNameBuy/Sell$ ValueAvg. Price# SharesTitle
Jul 17, 2024
ng andrew y.
acquired
168,000
1.68
100,000
-
Jun 12, 2024
ng andrew y.
acquired
161,312
1.68
96,019
-
May 24, 2024
simmons sabrina
sold
-62,447
7.7162
-8,093
-
May 24, 2024
clark amanda
sold
-62,456
7.7173
-8,093
-
May 22, 2024
chang carmen
acquired
-
-
18,669
-
May 22, 2024
ng andrew y.
acquired
-
-
18,669
-
May 22, 2024
ng andrew y.
sold
-152,907
8.1032
-18,870
-
May 22, 2024
simmons sabrina
acquired
-
-
18,669
-
May 22, 2024
mccarthy christopher d.
acquired
-
-
18,669
-
May 22, 2024
mitchell theodore
acquired
-
-
18,669
-

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Which funds bought or sold COUR recently?

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Datesorted ascendingFund NameType% Chg$ Change$ Held% Portfolio
Jul 19, 2024
Raymond James Financial Services Advisors, Inc.
new
-
684,546
684,546
-%
Jul 19, 2024
Values First Advisors, Inc.
sold off
-100
-584,201
-
-%
Jul 19, 2024
RAYMOND JAMES & ASSOCIATES
new
-
80,607
80,607
-%
Jul 19, 2024
Continuum Advisory, LLC
unchanged
-
-214
773
-%
Jul 19, 2024
NISA INVESTMENT ADVISORS, LLC
reduced
-9.72
-28,827
24,659
-%
Jul 18, 2024
Blue Trust, Inc.
new
-
3,505
3,505
-%
Jul 18, 2024
Assenagon Asset Management S.A.
new
-
9,524,750
9,524,750
0.02%
Jul 17, 2024
KBC Group NV
added
101
1,000
35,000
-%
Jul 17, 2024
HAMILTON LANE ADVISORS LLC
reduced
-50.00
-3,642,220
1,248,960
1.01%
Jul 16, 2024
AdvisorNet Financial, Inc
new
-
967
967
-%

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Are Funds Buying or Selling COUR?

Are funds buying COUR calls or puts?
Calls
Puts
No. of funds holding Calls - Puts
Net Call Options
No. of funds that own COUR
No. of Funds

Unveiling Coursera, Inc.'s Major ShareHolders

Date FiledName of FilerPercent of ClassNo. of SharesForm Type
Feb 14, 2024
ng andrew y.
4.8%
7,541,888
SC 13G/A
Feb 14, 2024
new enterprise associates 13 lp
8.4%
12,867,769
SC 13G/A
Feb 14, 2024
caledonia (private) investments pty ltd
4.62%
7,049,299
SC 13G/A
Feb 13, 2024
vanguard group inc
7.31%
11,151,684
SC 13G/A
Jan 30, 2024
baillie gifford & co
15.84%
24,156,815
SC 13G/A
Jan 29, 2024
blackrock inc.
6.1%
9,274,720
SC 13G
Feb 14, 2023
caledonia (private) investments pty ltd
5.13%
7,514,739
SC 13G
Feb 14, 2023
ng andrew y.
5.6%
8,371,743
SC 13G/A
Feb 14, 2023
norges bank
8.40%
12,309,945
SC 13G/A
Feb 13, 2023
capital research global investors
0.0%
0
SC 13G/A

Recent SEC filings of Coursera, Inc.

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Date Filed Form Type Document
Jul 19, 2024
4
Insider Trading
Jun 14, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
4
Insider Trading
May 24, 2024
144
Notice of Insider Sale Intent

Peers (Alternatives to Coursera, Inc.)

NameMkt Capsorted ascendingRevenuePrice %, 1MReturns, 1YP/EP/SRev 1-YrInc 1-Yr
LARGE-CAP
MID-CAP
4.4B
985.4M
10.01% 36.64%
20.7
4.48
7.43% 14.50%
3.4B
4.5B
6.75% 31.57%
12.21
0.75
12.24% 1069.12%
3.0B
2.0B
0.82% 85.76%
16.4
1.52
9.97% 65.59%
2.9B
1.2B
7.92% 72.46%
28.6
2.49
9.72% 169.91%
2.9B
1.5B
19.89% 83.88%
26.39
1.88
6.35% 38.51%
2.3B
1.5B
4.49% 20.00%
18.69
1.53
17.48% 41.19%
SMALL-CAP
1.1B
657.2M
11.49% -46.38%
-10.63
1.71
19.28% 37.77%
420.1M
394.2M
27.48% 106.17%
16.22
1.07
11.65% 111.32%
341.0M
605.3M
18.73% 311.89%
-7.48
0.56
0.67% 63.86%
334.3M
703.0M
21.11% -65.87%
22.93
0.48
-6.54% -94.46%

Coursera, Inc. News

Latest updates
MarketBeat18 Jul 202408:17 pm
InvestorPlace2 months ago

Coursera, Inc. Earnings Report: Key Takeaways & Analysis

Income Statement (Last 12 Months)
Income Statement (Quarterly)
(In Thousands)
(*) denotes actual numbers (not divided by Thousands)
Description(%) Q/Q2024Q12023Q42023Q32023Q22023Q12022Q42022Q32022Q22022Q12021Q42021Q32021Q22021Q12020Q42020Q32020Q22020Q12019Q4
Revenue0.1%169,068,000168,880,000165,540,000153,702,000147,642,000142,180,000136,389,000124,754,000120,433,000114,956,000109,880,000102,089,00088,362,00083,262,00082,674,00073,728,00053,847,000-
Cost Of Revenue0.0%79,571,00079,551,00082,267,00074,001,00070,174,00054,305,00048,821,00046,348,00042,803,00043,668,50042,162,00041,162,00038,826,00039,764,00038,970,00035,161,00024,951,000-
Gross Profit0.2%89,497,00089,329,00083,273,00079,701,00077,468,00087,875,00087,568,00078,406,00077,630,00071,287,50067,718,00060,927,00049,536,00043,498,00043,704,00038,567,00028,896,000-
Operating Expenses1.1%119,239,000117,888,000122,857,000118,077,000116,545,000143,901,000123,917,000126,241,000114,800,000118,777,50099,145,000106,712,00067,897,00069,688,00055,592,00052,403,00043,565,000-
  S&GA Expenses-0.9%57,585,00058,106,00059,792,00052,001,00052,872,00061,919,00058,504,00055,586,00051,667,00057,594,00045,268,00043,862,00032,613,00034,977,00026,162,00025,414,00020,696,000-
  R&D Expenses-7.4%34,610,00037,366,00037,616,00041,286,00043,809,00042,835,00039,415,00044,929,00037,955,00038,331,00033,935,00041,004,00022,140,00023,335,00019,620,00018,046,00015,783,000-
EBITDA Margin15.6%-0.12-0.14-0.20-0.22-0.26-0.29-0.30-0.31-0.33-0.31-0.28-0.25-0.18-----
Interest Expenses------------37,000--538,000-267,00012,000534,000-
Income Taxes-37.9%812,0001,308,0001,038,0001,599,0001,426,0001,535,0001,014,0001,163,0001,008,000246,000800,000705,000375,000734,000325,000367,00089,000-
Earnings Before Taxes-7.3%-20,444,000-19,049,000-31,052,000-30,144,000-30,938,000-50,182,000-35,024,000-48,171,000-37,260,000-47,492,000-31,651,000-45,658,000-18,288,000-25,984,000-11,542,000-13,549,000-14,225,000-
EBT Margin12.4%-0.15-0.17-0.23-0.25-0.30-0.33-0.34-0.35-0.36-0.34-0.32-0.28-0.21-----
Net Income-4.4%-21,256,000-20,357,000-32,090,000-31,743,000-32,364,000-51,717,000-36,038,000-49,334,000-38,268,000-47,738,000-32,451,000-46,363,000-18,663,000-26,718,000-11,867,000-13,916,000-14,314,000-
Net Income Margin12.5%-0.16-0.18-0.24-0.26-0.31-0.33-0.35-0.36-0.37-0.35-0.32-0.29-0.22-----
Free Cashflow111.4%24,450,00011,568,00019,750,000-6,371,0004,692,000-5,442,0004,791,000857,000-38,257,000805,00010,741,000-5,453,000-4,347,000-----
Balance Sheet
(In Millions)
Balance Sheet
(In Millions)
(*) denotes actual numbers (not divided by Millions)
Description(%) Q/Q2024Q12023Q42023Q32023Q22023Q12022Q42022Q32022Q22022Q12021Q42021Q32021Q22021Q12020Q4
Assets-0.5%916921914919964948956952947959955954415418
  Current Assets0.1%833832829837889876888884878892889888351355
    Cash Equivalents10.5%72565650736126932342538036158180175015882.00
  Net PPE2.3%31.0030.0030.0029.0027.0027.0028.0028.0026.0025.0025.0023.0021.0019.00
Liabilities0.9%307304301292283253247237218217199198179177
  Current Liabilities1.5%303298296285274242236224204201181177158154
Shareholder's Equity-1.1%609616613626681695709716729742756755--
  Retained Earnings-2.7%-801-780-760-728-696-664-612-576-527-488-441-408-362-343
  Additional Paid-In Capital1.4%1,4801,4601,4371,4151,3821,3641,3281,2991,2621,2351,2021,169141126
Shares Outstanding1.2%157155152150149148145144143114139132--
Float----1,700---1,600---4,000--
Cashflow (Last 12 Months)
(In Thousands)
Cashflow (Quarterly)
(In Thousands)
(*) denotes actual numbers (not divided by Thousands)
Description(%) Q/Q2024Q12023Q42023Q32023Q22023Q12022Q42022Q32022Q22022Q12021Q42021Q32021Q22021Q12020Q42020Q32020Q22020Q12019Q4
Cashflow From Operations111.4%24,45011,56819,750-6,3714,692-5,4424,791857-38,25780510,741-5,453-4,347-17,533-1,30311,381-7,536-
  Share Based Compensation0.7%27,85727,66727,85329,30824,74234,93226,37027,50521,97823,31623,40839,1755,2845,5304,7003,5633,014-
Cashflow From Investing-58.6%59,643144,121137,058154,159-50,540-98,62239,08710,624-185,113-229,88132,15968,07578,038-9,813-149,0242,33155,064-
Cashflow From Financing-130.7%-15,051-6,525-12,427-52,595-7,68285.009137,2094,0278,1738,525528,9554,5032,432134,5091,652421-
  Buy Backs-5,634-5,38753,066--------------
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COUR Income Statement

2024-03-31
Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations (Unaudited) - USD ($)
$ in Thousands
3 Months Ended
Mar. 31, 2024
Mar. 31, 2023
Income Statement [Abstract]  
Revenue$ 169,068$ 147,642
Cost of revenue79,57170,174
Gross profit89,49777,468
Operating expenses:  
Research and development34,61043,809
Sales and marketing57,58552,872
General and administrative24,94325,523
Restructuring related charges2,101(5,659)
Total operating expenses119,239116,545
Loss from operations(29,742)(39,077)
Interest income, net9,5838,037
Other (expense) income, net(285)102
Loss before income taxes(20,444)(30,938)
Income tax expense8121,426
Net loss$ (21,256)$ (32,364)
Net loss per share - basic (in dollars per share)$ (0.14)$ (0.22)
Net loss per share - diluted (in dollars per share)$ (0.14)$ (0.22)
Weighted average shares used in computing net loss per share - basic (in shares)156,379,409148,974,454
Weighted average shares used in computing net loss per share - diluted (in shares)156,379,409148,974,454

COUR Balance Sheet

2024-03-31
Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets (Unaudited) - USD ($)
$ in Thousands
Mar. 31, 2024
Dec. 31, 2023
Current assets:  
Cash and cash equivalents$ 725,363$ 656,321
Marketable securities065,746
Accounts receivable, net of allowance for credit losses of $589 and $133 as of March 31, 2024 and December 31, 202358,25467,418
Deferred costs, net25,20126,387
Prepaid expenses and other current assets24,42916,614
Total current assets833,247832,486
Property, equipment, and software, net31,10930,408
Operating lease right-of-use assets3,2064,739
Intangible assets, net12,61011,720
Other assets36,13141,180
Total assets916,303920,533
Current liabilities:  
Educator partners payable103,258101,041
Other accounts payable and accrued expenses20,40123,456
Accrued compensation and benefits18,32022,281
Operating lease liabilities, current4,3656,557
Deferred revenue, current148,382137,229
Other current liabilities7,8617,696
Total current liabilities302,587298,260
Operating lease liabilities, non-current039
Deferred revenue, non-current2,1772,861
Other liabilities2,4253,179
Total liabilities307,189304,339
Commitments and contingencies (Note 9)
Stockholders’ equity:  
Preferred stock, $0.00001 par value—10,000,000 shares authorized and no shares issued and outstanding as of March 31, 2024 and December 31, 202300
Common stock, $0.00001 par value—300,000,000 shares authorized as of March 31, 2024 and December 31, 2023; 165,168,002 shares issued and 157,158,478 shares outstanding as of March 31, 2024, and 162,898,279 shares issued and 155,320,538 shares outstanding as of December 31, 202322
Additional paid-in capital1,480,2381,459,964
Treasury stock, at cost— 8,009,524 and 7,577,741 shares as of March 31, 2024 and December 31, 2023(69,193)(63,154)
Accumulated other comprehensive income059
Accumulated deficit(801,933)(780,677)
Total stockholders’ equity609,114616,194
Total liabilities and stockholders’ equity$ 916,303$ 920,533
COUR
Coursera, Inc. operates an online educational content platform that connects learners, educators, organizations, and institutions. It offers online courses that include data science, business, computer science, physical science and engineering, language learning, information technology, health, social sciences, math and logic, project management, and arts and humanities; campus student plans; degree courses; and certification education. Coursera, Inc. was formerly known as Dkandu, Inc. and changed its name to Coursera, Inc. in April 2012. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.
 CEO
 WEBSITEcoursera.org
 INDUSTRYEducation & Training Services
 EMPLOYEES1401

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What is the ticker symbol for Coursera, Inc.? What does COUR stand for in stocks?

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What is the market capital of Coursera, Inc. (COUR)?

As of Fri Jul 19 2024, market cap of Coursera, Inc. is 1.12 Billion. The market capitalization is calculated by multiplying the stock price with the number of shares outstanding.

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As of Fri Jul 19 2024, COUR's PE ratio (Price to Earnings) is -10.63 and Price to Sales (PS) ratio is 1.71. The price to earnings and price to sales ratio are two most important valuation metrics for any company. PE ratio tell us the number of years of earnings investors are ready to pay for owning the company. Historically, S&P500 price to earnings ratio has fallen below 12 during periods of gloom and gone past 30 during periods of euphoria. COUR PE ratio will change depending on the future growth rate expectations of investors.