Direct lender and loan adviser E-Loan ( EELN) raised its financial guidance for the second quarter and full year, thanks to a strong showing from its mortgage, home equity loan and auto loan operations. The company now expects second-quarter revenue of $42 million and earnings of 10 cents to 11 cents a share. Previously E-Loan was looking for a top line of $39.5 million and net income of 8 cents a share. For the full year, E-Loan forecast revenue of about $155 million and a profit of 35 cents a share. The prior guidance was for revenue of $144 million and earnings of 27 cents. The company plans to release its second-quarter financial results on July 24. Thomson First Call has estimates from only one analyst. That analyst is expecting second-quarter earnings of 8 cents and full-year profits of 29 cents. Shares of E-Loan were up 56 cents, or 10%, to $6.02 in early Nasdaq trading.