ELI5: What is the difference between profit margin , gross margin , and revenue ?
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Graphics Goof. Operating profit will never be higher than gross profit margin S06E02
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$INTK Industrial Nanotech Reports Record Q1 Earnings; $3M in Revenue, 60% Gross Profit Margin, 780% Q/Q Growth, Announces Pemex and Nestle as Customers - Hypergrowth Stock of 2022

Industrial Nanotech is a nanotechnology company focused on innovative insulative coatings primarily sold B2B. After several years rebuilding the company to be B2B sales focused and improving product lines, the "stars have aligned" so to speak for this company as it is currently experiencing hypergrowth and high demand for their products. I have already done 2 in depth due diligence posts on this company:

$INTK Industrial Nanotech Guidance Event and Conference Call Summary

https://www.reddit.com/r/pennystocks/comments/tn9iqt/intk_industrial_nanotech_guidance_event_and/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

$INTK - Additional Due Diligence - Further look at products, patents, revenue potential
https://www.reddit.com/r/pennystocks/comments/tjl3ot/intk_additional_due_diligence_further_look_at/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

Today, the company posted its Quarter 1 financials which all shareholders have greatly been looking forward to as to validate the company's growth targets are on track. Here are some highlights from the report:

  • 780% Q/Q Revenue Growth
  • Revenue of $3M
  • Accounts Receivable of $3.2M
  • Gross Profit Margin of 60%
  • Net income of $1.6M
  • Projected 100% minimum increase in Q/Q revenue for all of 2022
  • Projected Q2 revenue of $6M
  • Clause which states loans cannot be converted to shares, will be repaid in cash.

The full financial report can be found here: INTK - Industrial Nanotech, Inc. | Disclosure | OTC Markets

Recent Developments and News

In addition to the company's latest financial report, there have been many updates from the company since my previous coverage on this subreddit:

  • 7.5% Dividend to be issued before May 26
  • May 26 Live Conference Call w/ CEO + Q&A
  • 2 Year Trials with Nestle complete, purchase orders coming in.
  • Quote request received from Pemex; state owned Mexican oil company
  • Stock buyback to begin June 1st, official PR with more details to be released shortly
  • Dubai trip to meet with new distributor in Middle East scheduled for beginning of June
  • $50
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Industrial Nanotech posts their best quarter in history, over $3M revenues on a 60% gross profit margin
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Required/needed gross profit margin when importing from China to USA

I've heard it's around 83%... buy for $1 sell for $6. I had a business for years that was consistant with a 66% GPM(gross profit margin) that did $2 million usd a year in top line revenue that ultimately failed. I had an average of $300 per transaction, but over 1000 different part #'s and had to hold about 25% of my annual revenue in inventory. The company needed about 8 full time people to do the $2 million in revenue.

Does anyone have any experience/thoughts on the required/needed min GPM for importing?

I know it depends on many other factors... how many different part #'s... turn over... warehouse cost... customer acquisition cost... cost to service each sale... logistics cost... etc etc. But what are your general thoughts/experience with this and your situation?

Thank you for your time.

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Companies with 70% gross margin, 20% net profit, 15% sales growth with a stock price above the 200 day moving average. Anyone holding these?
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TSMC's Q1 Gross Profit Margin Exceeded Expectations? A Reord High!! /r/InvestingChina/comment…
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"In January 2022, Vejii (CSE: $VEJI) (OTC: $VEJIF) saw total unaudited consolidated revenues of approximately $513K with a gross profit of approximately $189K representing a 37% gross margin"

This is my LAST time averaging down on this, pulling some profits from $BITE and $AWLI to increase position. Wish. Me. Luck.

I can not stop Putin and the sinking market but what I can do is buy up companies who have actual business models and hope for the best.

https://ceo.ca/@newswire/vejii-announces-record-unaudited-consolidated-revenues

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If Tesla sells 5 million cars in 2024 at $50K average with 30% gross margin, That's $15,000 * 5 million = $75B in gross profit, $50B net profit, PE Ratio 50, That's $2.5T market cap, $2500 share price, Add FSD, robotaxi, Tesla Energy, etc.. $TSLA ~ $5000 twitter.com/WR4NYGov/stat…
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(Q1) Vehicles delivered in Q1: 20060. Q1 Revenue:$1,218 million. Q1 Gross Profit: 19.5%. Q1 Net loss: $0.04. Q1 Cash in hand: $7.3billion -------------------(Q2) Vehicles delivered in Q2: 21897. Expected Revenue: 21897x$60700=$1,329 million. Expected Gross Margin=20%. Excepted Cash in hand:$5billion
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High Quality Gross Profit Margin Calculator

If you want to achieve a specific profit margin you can adjust the purchase price or the selling price to get the balance. Our Gross Profit Margin Calculator will help you find the right selling price for your goods and services by providing transparency on Profit Margin, Cost Ratio, and Profit Ratio. In this ppt, we are discussing how to use Gross Profit Calculator.

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Brazil planemaker Embraer's subsidiary Eve expects gross profit margin of 25% -CFO investing.com/news/stock-…
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BULLISH ON CLSH.... Going Up: CLS Holdings USA, Inc. Announces November Results With Record Breaking Gross Profit Margin bloomberg.com/press-relea…
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SOS Fiscal year revenue increased 333.6% to $50.3 million Net profit increased 193.3% to $4.4 million Gross margin increased 7.5% to 25.8% And This is not including Crypto mining by the way πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€πŸš€βœ…βœ…βœ…πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŽπŸ˜Ž prnewswire.com/news-relea…
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Gross Profit Margin Calculator

If you have a good idea about the cost of the service at every step, you can plan well and get a good idea about your profit margin. In fact, there are workforce deployment systems that come with a gross profit margin calculator. They can help you figure out your gross profit margin. If you would like to know more, please read our blog.

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Smart Gross Profit Margin Calculator

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US company Genesco’s operating profit increased 7.3% and gross margin increased 210bps actresstoday.com/us-compa…
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GABY Inc. Reports Solid Q3 2021 Revenue of $9.5MM with Record Gross Profit Margin of 39% accesswire.com/674539/GAB…
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BRGO - Bergio International, Inc. - Luxury Jeweler with 80% gross profit margin and 1650% revenue growth due to acquisition! 500% growth to reach current value, potential of 1000% plus!

Bergio International, Inc OTC: $BRGO

EDIT: Added risks and counterarguments section

Price at time of writing $0.0488, I own 3,019,999 shares at an average of $0.02396

Short Term Price Target $0.25, 12 month Price Target is at least $0.50 after successful merger with Aphrodites.com (I show how I come to this conclusion in the valuation section below)

***For brevity I left out information that u/PomegraniteAcademic already covered in his DD linked here which I recommend you also read.

https://preview.redd.it/k17aikku7ki61.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=a1005ea7124f651973d251fecb0ca3f759f37f48

My thesis is that Bergio International, Inc is undervalued at least 400%, concluded from trends identified in the last 3 years of financial statements, as well as their recently announced acquisition of Aphrodites.com.

>Company Overview: Bergio International, Inc has been a luxury jeweler since 1994 and only in the last 4 years has begun to shift from a wholesale model by including direct to consumer sales channels, included two retail locations and most recently selling on Amazon. As of this week, they announced the acquisition of Aphrodite's, a luxury jewelry website that had over $10 million in revenue in 2020. Bergio's gross profit margin in the trailing 12 months is 64%, projected to continue growing to 80% during 2021.

Prior Performance

First lets look at annual changes from 2017 to 2019 since their 2020 10K isn't published yet.

  • 2017 - Revenue $635,000 Gross Profit $181,000
  • 2018 - Revenue $608,239 Gross Profit $239,000
  • 2019 - Revenue $600,000 Gross Profit $379,000
  • *2020 Revenue $531,000 Gross Profit $341,000 (estimated, see calculation further down)

Gross profit Year over Year increase is exponentially increasing

  • 2017 – 18%
  • 2018 – 32%
  • 2019 – 59%

Operating income over the same span increased from (790,000) in 2016 to (146,000) in 2019

**One can argue that revenue declined 5.5% over the three year period, but that's kind of missing the big picture. Since 2017 Bergio dialed in their operating model and focused on efficiency rather than revenue growth. Their gross profit margin increased from 28% to 63% over three years, and based on their 2020 and 2021 projections from the acquisition agreement, they believe they will attain 80% gross margin by 2020 an

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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AMD is still a Business, whose Gross Profit Margin at 41% is higher than Apple (38%), AMD makes great products but criticism OR praise must be given when warranted.

Granted AMD's Gross profit margin is still lower than Intel (61%), but it is no slouch either, their partnership with the two biggest game console manufacturers is proof, we cannot put them on a pedestal just because they make good value products. If there's warranted criticism like this whole Zen 3 / B550 situation, it should go to them, and if there's warranted praise, like the whole Renoir Ryzen 4000 laptop chips, it should go to them as well.

The B550 situation is far worse than originally thought, they are effectively limiting it to the Ryzen 4000 Desktop series, and AM4 is at it's end of life. So the eventual B650 based on AM5 socket will again be incompatible with Ryzen 4000 Desktop. This will make B550 a single cpu supported board, which is EXACTLY what we hate Intel for doing every year. The reasons they quote about bios sizes can be circumvented if they try IMO, there must be a decent way to overcome the size limits etc.

The Renoir Ryzen 4000 mobile chips absolutely blow the competition out of the water, with the 15w 4800U outperforming intel's 45w 10750H, AMD deserves so much praise for locking down the efficiency benefits and delivering fantastic mobile solutions that are actually a step above everything made so far, with thermal and power efficiency numbers that would make for fantastically long lasting devices with great performance, something that the corporate IT industry has been asking for a very long time.

We must judge them based on their actions, not based on pure fanboyism. They have made fantastic decisions over the last 4 years so they deserve praise, but at the same time, their bad decisions must also be criticised.

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Profitability Ratios: Gross Profit Margin (GPM)

Gross Profit Margin (GPM) is ratio between Gross Profit and Sales Revenue. It compares Gross Profit with Sales Revenue.

https://www.superbusinessmanager.com/profitability-ratios-gross-profit-margin-gpm/

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BRGO - Bergio International, Inc. - Luxury Jeweler with 80% gross profit margin and 1650% revenue growth due to acquisition! 500% growth to reach current value, potential of 1000% plus!

Bergio International, Inc OTC: $BRGO

EDIT: Added Risks and Counterarguments Section

Price at time of writing $0.0488, I own 3,019,999 shares at an average of $0.02396

Short Term Price Target $0.25, 12 month Price Target is at least $0.50 after successful merger with Aphrodites.com (I show how I come to this conclusion in the valuation section below)

***For brevity I left out information that u/PomegraniteAcademic already covered in his DD linked here which I recommend you also read.

https://preview.redd.it/pp6zhndx8ki61.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c2f92b917d49af53fc4a7b3e0e1d25203397f824

My thesis is that Bergio International, Inc is undervalued at least 400%, concluded from trends identified in the last 3 years of financial statements, as well as their recently announced acquisition of Aphrodites.com.

>Company Overview: Bergio International, Inc has been a luxury jeweler since 1994 and only in the last 4 years has begun to shift from a wholesale model by including direct to consumer sales channels, included two retail locations and most recently selling on Amazon. As of this week, they announced the acquisition of Aphrodite's, a luxury jewelry website that had over $10 million in revenue in 2020. Bergio's gross profit margin in the trailing 12 months is 64%, projected to continue growing to 80% during 2021.

Prior Performance

First lets look at annual changes from 2017 to 2019 since their 2020 10K isn't published yet.

  • 2017 - Revenue $635,000 Gross Profit $181,000
  • 2018 - Revenue $608,239 Gross Profit $239,000
  • 2019 - Revenue $600,000 Gross Profit $379,000
  • *2020 Revenue $531,000 Gross Profit $341,000 (estimated, see calculation further down)

Gross profit Year over Year increase is exponentially increasing

  • 2017 – 18%
  • 2018 – 32%
  • 2019 – 59%

Operating income over the same span increased from (790,000) in 2016 to (146,000) in 2019

**One can argue that revenue declined 5.5% over the three year period, but that's kind of missing the big picture. Since 2017 Bergio dialed in their operating model and focused on efficiency rather than revenue growth. Their gross profit margin increased from 28% to 63% over three years, and based on their 2020 and 2021 projections from the acquisition agreement, they believe

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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