Analysts await Jamba, Inc. (NASDAQ:JMBA) to report earnings on Mar, 20 for the fiscal quarter ending Dec 2016.
They expect $-0.04 EPS, up 600% or $0.24 from last year’s $-0.28 per share.
At the moment 2 analysts are watching Jamba, Inc. (NASDAQ:JMBA), 0 rate it “Buy”, 1 “Outperform”, 1 “Underperform”, 0 “Sell”, while 0 “Hold”.
Looking forward, for the quarter ending Mar-17, 2 analysts have a mean sales target of 18.39 million. For the quarter ending Jun-17, 2 analysts have a mean sales target of 20.71 million whilst for the year ending Dec-17, 2 analysts have a mean target of 76.84 million.
In terms of earnings per share, 2 analysts have a -0.00 EPS mean target for the quarter ending Mar-17, for the quarter ending Jun-17, 2 analysts have a 0.16 EPS mean target and for the quarter ending Jun-17 there are 2 estimates of 0.40 EPS.
The biggest institutional shareholders in Jamba, Inc. include Engaged Capital LLC which owns 2 million shares in the company valued at $22.82 million. Wellington Management Company LLP is the second biggest holder with 2 million shares currently valued at 23.32 million whilst Indus Capital Partners, LLC has 1 million shares valued at 13.40 million.
Total shares held by institutions as of the most recent company filings are 13,234,623 with a reported 428,773 bought and 546,622 sold. These holdings make up 86.33% of the company’s outstanding shares.
Currently insiders hold 5,507,233 shares in the business which makes up 35.93% of shares. The biggest holder currently is Robert C. Kagle who owns 1,111,111 shares (7.25% of those outstanding), whilst Steven R. Berrard holds 990,868 (6.46% of shares outstanding) and Thomas C. Byrne holds 562,493 (3.67% of shares outstanding).
The stock decreased 0.40% or $0.04 during the last trading session.