I've noticed that the earnings release dates on your website have become less reliable in recent weeks. And some of the release time are specified as "estimated", even on the day of release. This is rather odd, considering that other websites, e.g. Finviz, are almost always accurate. Is there a change of provider?
The revenue results from whatever source you are procuring data from reports erroneous information on $MIXT. For Fiscal 2019, your site reports $144 million but the company only reported $118 million that year. https://seekingalpha.com/pr/17510642-mix-telematics-announces-financial-results-fourth-quarter-preliminary-results-full-fiscal
As such, your site inaccurately states $MIXT revenue decreased 5% from Fiscal 2018 to 2019. Instead, revenue grew 15% YoY. Unfortunately the service provider you trust for this service has bad data. Other providers such as S&P Capital IQ include the same data sets in their Comstock reports licensed for distribution.
Whether the service provider employed by both of your firms may be a premiere source for financial information in this industry, their data sets cannot be relied upon. And we have previously reported on your definition of Free Cash Flow, which differs from traditional standards.
The Annual Payout(TTM) should be 0.0613 * 12 = 0.7356 but the website shows 0.89
Dividend yield should be 0.7356 / 8.02 = 9.17% but the website shows 11.10%
Do I have some mistakes or this is a bug ?
Sorry for my English I am foreign investor from Taiwan.
I could not find in Knowledgebase how the category rankings I see on my author page work. Obviously, it is based on PVs but over what time period.
Thanks for the inquiry. This feature is going to be removed very soon from the website, as it is no longer a true reflection of rankings.
Suggestion: Please included in title of article after eg"About GM" "Includes F". An apparent glich in programing SA website Layout cause "Includes..." to disappear !
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