The numbers they posted were better than the previous year, but I suspect they neglected to break out the 4th quarter numbers because they were not good. On a per share basis, they earned about 7/10 of a penny in 2017 as opposed to 3/10 of a penny in 2016. Along with the increase in revenue, expenses also showed significant increases, sending the message that future increases in revenue won’t do much for the bottom line. just a few of my thoughts on why the pps took a dump on what seemed to be good numbers.
Reply To: avada_collage_design1-compressorLee Bremen2019-09-10T18:47:58-04:00