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Yandex N.V. (Yandex) is an Internet company in Russia. During the year ended December 31, 2011, the Company generated 63.3% of all search traffic in Russia, and 60.6% in December 2011, and its Yandex sites attracted 45 million visitors in December 2011. It also operates in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Turkey. Yandex also aggregates and organizes local, national and international content and offers a range of additional services. Its search and a number of its services are location-based and are available in versions tailored for mobile and other digital platforms and devices. The Company offers access to its search engine through personal computers, mobile phones, tablets, and navigation and other digital devices. It also offers a range of specialized search, personalized and location-based services, including Yandex.News, Yandex.Market, Yandex.Mail and Yandex.Maps. In October 2013, Yandex NV announced the acquisition of KinoPoisk.
YNDX is the Russian Google and I can see it taking off.
Russia has a lot going for it and YNDX can only grow.
The "Russian Google", this international company is poised for solid returns as Russia's economy continues to develop.
Hard for others to enter its market.
Great growth prospects and growing market share
It's growing freaking fast.
Proven business model.
The growth and P/E ratio add up to a higher stock price than currently exists. I think that Turkey will be a nice additional market for them although it's a small money drain right now.
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following in Google's footsteps.
A little Fool told me to go with one.
Russia search engine.
I think the blood-letting (down 50% since 2011 IPO) is finally over for this one. Revenue is growing at a 40-50% clip, advertisers climbed from 180,000 to 270,000 from 2010 to 2011. They've lost a bit of market share to Google, but by far still the dominant search engine in Russia with about 60% share. You're playing only about 20 times forward earnings for a 40% grower. Outperform.
At their current price of$ 21.50 they are currently below their IPO price of $38. At about 48% below their IPO they did not have the heavy weight backing them. Signing with Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung, HTC, etc to be their primary search engine in Russia will only increase their market share. Also the fact that better company like Microsoft and Nokia will willing to use them, means YNDX will boost their marketing profile for strategic alliance.
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