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About Trader Interactive

Trader Interactive is a provider of digital offerings including online advertising and marketing services products serving the powersports, recreational vehicle, commercial truck and equipment segments.

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999 Waterside Drive

Norfolk, Virginia, 23510,

United States

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ASX to open flat; Profit up at JB Hi-Fi, Carsales; BlueScope buy-back

Aug 15, 2021

Summary ASX futures were down 9 points or 0.1% to 7536, indicating a small fall at the open. The index closed at a record high of 7628.9 on Friday after a satisfying week of company results On Wall Street on Friday the S&P500 gained 0.2%, while the Dow Jones and tech-heavy Nasdaq were flat A surge in full-year profit has helped BlueScope Steel more than triple its final dividend, tack on a special payout, and announce a $500 million buy-back Continued lockdowns across NSW and Victoria have caused sales at electronics retailer JB Hi-Fi to fall nearly 15% through July and August despite a bumper full-year result at the company. JB Hi-Fi lifted its final dividend to $1.07 Sydney Airport has rejected a sweetened takeover bid for the company from a consortium of major superannuation investors, saying the revised offer still undervalued the key infrastructure asset By Lucy Battersby Online sales site carsales.com has reported increases in full-year revenue, earnings, and profit, but dividends per share are down by 10 per cent to 22.5¢ per share due to dilution caused by the $797 million acquisition of Trader Interactive in the US. Adjusted revenue was up 4 per cent to $438 million, adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortisation was up 10 per cent to $254 million, and adjusted net profit after tax was up 11 per cent to $153 million. Carsales.com’s full-year profit was higher than the expected $139.6 million, but investors may be disappointed by the dividend, which was expected to be 23.8¢. Credit:AP The profit is higher than the expected $139.6 million, but investors may be disappointed by the dividend, which was expected to be 23.8¢. However, it is forecasting solid growth in revenue, net profit after tax, and earnings in 2021-22, but warns these are likely to be weighted to the second half due to the current lockdown in New South Wales and Victoria. New car sales were still lower than pre-pandemic levels, the company said, although this was improving in the December to June half. Carsales.com also reported fewer cars available for sale on its website due to “a significant reduction in time to sell, an increase in new people to the car market, and new car production contractions has led to a significant reduction in total inventory on site since the beginning of the pandemic.” “COVID-19 has driven accelerated migration to digital platforms across our global network of sites as evidenced by strong traffic growth,” chief executive Cameron McIntyre said. “We are excited about our acquisition of Trader Interactive which will add to our enviable portfolio of International assets and provide a strong platform for future growth”. The company said dealer sales were operating as normal outside Victoria and New South Wales, and private listings were growing everywhere except NSW. It was also expecting a higher wage bill in 2021-22 due to “the absence of wage subsidies”. Carsales.com received about $6 million in JobKeeper payments in 2020-21, on top of $5.3 million received in the months before July 2020. 8.39am By Broede Carmody Victoria’s daily coronavirus numbers are in. The state has recorded 22 new, locally acquired cases of COVID-19 and zero in hotel quarantine. The Department of Health says 17 of the local cases are linked to known outbreaks, which means there are – at this stage – five mystery cases. Eight of today’s new cases were out and about in the community for at least some of their infectious period. There are now 205 active cases of COVID-19 across Victoria. Those numbers are off the back of yesterday’s 29,986 coronavirus tests. 8.30am By Chuck Mikolajczak US stocks notched a second straight week of gains on Friday , as a climb in Walt Disney shares boosted the Dow Industrials and S&P 500 but a sharp drop in consumer sentiment kept the investor optimism in check. Walt Disney rose in one of the biggest boosts to both the Dow and benchmark S&P after its profit topped market expectations as its streaming services added more customers than expected and its pandemic-hit US theme parks returned to profitability. Walt Disney stocks boosted Wall Street indices on Friday after strong results from its new streaming service, and reopened theme parks (photo taken pre-COVID). The Australian sharemarket is set to edge lower this morning, with futures pointing to a dip of 9 points, or 0.1 per cent, at the open. It’s a busy day of reporting season, with Seven West Media, LendLease, BlueScope and JB HiFi among those due up. But a report from the University of Michigan dented optimism after it showed the university’s preliminary consumer sentiment index fell to 70.2, its lowest level in a decade, suggesting that the Delta variant of the coronavirus was impacting consumers. “That is concerning, the consumer is by all accounts in an extremely strong position but there is this kind of COVID fatigue that is really starting to wear on people’s sentiment,” said Ross Mayfield, investment strategist at Baird in Louisville, Kentucky. The report sent the yield on the 10-year US Treasury note lower and in turn helped lift mega-cap growth names, such as Microsoft, while online retail giant Amazon slipped. US stocks have managed to slowly grind to new highs over the past few sessions as investor confidence in economic recovery was bolstered by a strong earnings season, the passage of a large infrastructure bill and data showing inflation may be increasing at a slower pace than feared. Reuters Australian dollar at 73.71 US cents Wall Street on Friday: S&P500 +0.2%, Dow flat, Nasdaq flat Europe: Stoxx 50 +0.1%, FTSE +0.4%, DAX +0.3%, CAC +0.2% Spot gold +1.5% to $US1779.74 per ounce Brent crude -1% to $US70.59 a barrel; US oil -0.9% to $US68.44 a barrel Iron ore -0.5% to $US162.07 a tonne 10-year yield: US 1.28% Australia 1.21% Germany -0.47% Bitcoin -0.9% to $US47,162; Ethereum flat at $US3,292 8.25am Good morning Hello, good morning and welcome to another week of Markets Live. Your editors today are Alex Druce, Colin Kruger, and Lucy Battersby. Reporting season continues with earnings results today expected from Bendigo & Adelaide Bank, Bluescope Steel, Carsales.com, JB Hi-Fi, and Seven West Media. This blog is not intended as financial advice. Latest

Trader Interactive Acquisitions

1 Acquisition

Trader Interactive acquired 1 company. Their latest acquisition was Boats.com on September 13, 2004.

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Investment Stage

Companies

Valuation
Valuations are submitted by companies, mined from state filings or news, provided by VentureSource, or based on a comparables valuation model.

Total Funding

Note

Sources

9/13/2004

Unattributed VC

$32.2M

Acquired

Date

9/13/2004

Investment Stage

Unattributed VC

Companies

Valuation

Total Funding

$32.2M

Note

Acquired

Sources

Trader Interactive Partners & Customers

1 Partners and customers

Trader Interactive has 1 strategic partners and customers. Trader Interactive recently partnered with Fyusion on June 6, 2020.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

6/23/2020

Partner

Fyusion

United States

Norfolk, VA—Jun 23, 2020. Trader Interactive Partners with Fyusion to…

Trader Interactive , a leading marketplace and dealer services provider for the lifestyle vehicle and commercial equipment industries , announced today their partnership with 3D imaging technology company Fyusion Inc. to create their newest product , Trader360 , a 360 degree imaging solution powered by Fyusion Inc. 's industry leading technology .

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Date

6/23/2020

Type

Partner

Business Partner

Fyusion

Country

United States

News Snippet

Norfolk, VA—Jun 23, 2020. Trader Interactive Partners with Fyusion to…

Trader Interactive , a leading marketplace and dealer services provider for the lifestyle vehicle and commercial equipment industries , announced today their partnership with 3D imaging technology company Fyusion Inc. to create their newest product , Trader360 , a 360 degree imaging solution powered by Fyusion Inc. 's industry leading technology .

Sources

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Trader Interactive Team

5 Team Members

Trader Interactive has 5 team members, including current Chief Executive Officer, Lori Stacy.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Lori Stacy

Chief Executive Officer

Current

Charles Goodwyn

Chief Financial Officer

Current

Deadrick D. Baker

Stanton Chase, Pacific Life Insurance, Fidelity Investments, MassMutual, and Cigna

Chief People Officer

Current

Paige Bouma

Executive Vice President

Current

Mark Coster

Senior Vice President

Current

Name

Lori Stacy

Charles Goodwyn

Deadrick D. Baker

Paige Bouma

Mark Coster

Work History

Stanton Chase, Pacific Life Insurance, Fidelity Investments, MassMutual, and Cigna

Title

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Chief People Officer

Executive Vice President

Senior Vice President

Status

Current

Current

Current

Current

Current

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