SoFi Touts More Than 20% Gain On Q4 Earnings, Bullish Sentiments Echo On Reddit And Twitter






Investor sentiment around SoFi Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:SOFI) stock was particularly elevated on Jan 29, as the company reported fourth-quarter (Q4) earnings.

The San Francisco-based company reported its first-ever positive EPS and a 3.98% surprise on revenue. However, investor sentiments appear to be particularly driven by the management’s outlook with respect to growth estimates moving forward.

Over the medium term, SoFi management expects 20-25% Revenue CAGR over 2023-2026. This implies a 50% compound growth on Financial services revenue, mid-20% compound growth for its Technology platform’s revenue and mid-teens compound growth for the business’ Lending segment.

Management, led by SoFi CEO Anthony Noto, foresees the business delivering 20-25% EPS growth beyond 2026, reflecting core business strength plus added benefit from any new business lines launched during the 2024-2026 period.

The results along with the bullish outlook did their job well to boost investor sentiment.

See the chart below. SoFi stock’s RSI is still not in the overbought zone (over 70). It may not be the profit-taking opportunity some may be curious about.

Related: Why Is SoFi Technologies Stock Shooting Upwards Monday?

Bullish sentiments for SoFi stock were also seen reflected across platforms such as Reddit and X (formerly, Twitter):

What The Reddit-ors Said

Investors on Reddit hailed “long here”, “love the stock” and “loaded up”

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What Twitterati Echoed

The Stock’s Valuation May Take Its Time To Make Sense

While SoFi stock currently trades at really high valuations (153.95 P/E), forward valuations for the stock 2-3 years down the line, are better placed given the anticipated growth in earnings. Earnings growth has just begun for SoFi stock and if the company is able to deliver per management’s expectations, over the long-term, valuations would make more sense, and probably benefit those who identified the early trend.

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