Just got promoted to League 1, I think I'll be out of a job soon. Last season they wanted a profit margin of $39mil
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Market Profit and Margins Spreadsheet.

Hi everyone. With showzone.io still in development, I figured I would create an alternative: a google spreadsheet that calculates the value of flipping certain cards in TheShow.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1961cHWKQoYXGU0FQNQXEvJSiyp43uoWsh7YSbmZJz_A/

It connects directly into the API and automatically updates values every 5 minutes.

Enjoy!

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Better profit margins on ebay with new trading card shipping policy, but having difficulty using it from mobile.

With the advent of .51-.91 cent tracking on ebay trading cards, there is an opportunity for sellers to have bigger margins on cards under 20 dollars, and it makes more sense to sell cards 5 dollars and under. However, I have been having trouble printing the envelopes. The option simply isn’t there on my mobile when it is the preferred shipping method and also one card. It still wants to charge 2.89. Ive tried troubleshooting and moving around information on the package but can’t figure it out. Is it possible to use this option feom mobile? I’m having trouble and ebay hasn’t been any help on thr matter. I understand this isn’t directly on topic, but it is important in thr mtgfinance community if others are having the same issue, and I ask if moderators please let this post ride. The YouTube videos on thr subject havnt addressed the fact that the option simply isn’t there when I go to print the tracking; it still wants to charge me 2.89-4.00 dollars. Any help would be appreciated, thanks

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Colorado hospitals’ profit margins are nation’s highest as state lawmakers move to cap health care costs coloradosun.com/2021/02/1…
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Un-trippable circuit breakers - excellent profit margins to be made by selling to unsuspecting homeowners. youtube.com/watch?v=2TJEz…
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Crypto Tax Reporting Issues - Margin Profit/Losses w/AnchorUSD - Recommendations??

I've gone through no less than 10 different Crypto Tax accounting applications this year and cannot find one that will report margin profit and losses properly. Even when customizing a CSV, I just cannot get it to work.

Have any of you had any success? I've tried quite a few of the largest ones without any luck. I've also tried using their support for guidance and this has gotten me nowhere. I appreciate the help.

Please, only reply with suggestions, if you've successfully uploaded a file from AnchorUSD containing margin profit/losses, and interest/lending profits, and it has calculated properly. Thanks.

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$30k in Sales Last Month! Let's Talk Profit Margins...

Hi Everyone,

First and foremost, I remember joining this sub a while back and constantly asking for help and advice and part of the reason I got to this point was because of your help, so thank you! Secondly, I want to encourage anyone who is in the beginning, middle, or even considering starting a store to do it! You'll never know your potential until you really try! :)

Anyways onto the main part of this post. So in March 2021, I managed to achieve $30,000 USD in sales. My store is high ticket - so under 100 orders. The elephant in the room is always "well what is your take-home profit?". I think this is a valid and excellent question.

Here's a rough breakdown:

  • COGS = 40%
  • Ads = 43%
  • Fees = 5%
  • Misc Exp = 1%

So after all said and done, my total sales were $30,000 and my take-home pay was $3,024.75. This is roughly a 10% profit margin. Why am I sharing this number? Well, I want to open up a conversation around this topic that seems to be "taboo".

I'd love to hear your opinions on what I can do to improve this number! Am I on par, slightly behind? Is this normal for a fairly new store? Open to all ideas, feedback, and even questions! Thanks, everyone! :)

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Profit Margins or More Sales?

Hi Reddit peeps :D,

So Around 2 months ago me and one other started a dropshipping business in the UK selling furniture. We're learning as we go atm but we've come to a disagreement on something that I'd like some opinions on.

I think that if there's another business selling the same product then we should be pricing it at around the same as they do and ensure good customer journey etc, my cousin (the other one) thinks we should keep the price higher but invest more in marketing, their main point for this is that they say it's pointless to sell with too low profit margins.

For reference they want most profit margins ~40%, while i think that for the products that have more competition we should settle for ~15%

PS; Reason why it says PM or more sales is because i assume that by having prices higher than our competitors we will lose some customers

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ΰ€œΰ₯ΰ€† ΰ€šΰ€² ΰ€—ΰ€―ΰ€Ύΰ₯€ so all asian markets were green today ~1%. And BN was going good yesterday last hour..so i took advantage of margin benefit thing to buy 3 lots of bnf( normally i can only buy 1) and made profit in first few minutes.now whole day i am gonna make memes..
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COVID-19 sinks not-for-profit hospitals' operating margins modernhealthcare.com/fina…
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Why do restaurant owners go into the restaurant industry if profit margins are typically between 2-6%?

I read on Google that most restaurant owners don’t really make that much profit, what is the motivation to get into the space if you can’t monetize it well?

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On AnchorUSD you can open margin accounts, so I used my profits on doge, to get more profits on doge! Could I have just found the solution to infinite wealth?
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Profit Margin Issues

So I'm on console and in my ignorance as a new player I set my profit margin to 25%. I'm now in Winter of my first year and realized my mistake. Is there any way for me to change it or do I have to start over?

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Tits are jacked and I'm ready to go to the moon. GME sells bundles to eat into scalpers profit margin too.
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Profit margin *this season*

Based on a search of this subreddit, it seems the general opinion is that the miners earn 10-15% profit.

But what is it this season with higher gold prices? Tony has about $5M in gold. Does he make more than $500K-750K because of higher prices?

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You ever get the feeling you’re just hodlin on while the rich folks keep pushing that message and you’re eventually gonna get stuck back in the single cent margins while they profit off your fanatacism?
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Finally did it! 100% completion on a 25% profit margin farm
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Your Opinions?? Should I liquify these assets at a profit margin of 40%-50%? or after some months near the end of the Bull Run? Also holding ADA at 10% of the current portfolio stacked.
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Scummy shit - account for mass-purchase service replied to saba's last tweet, is touting potential profit margin of it's users for the flip twitter.com/JiggedIO/stat…
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Roobets is hedging crypto for profit, on top of normal casino margins!

So, I’ve been playin Roobet for a while. Ow. Unlike other casinos, its as easy to withdraw as it is to deposit, with crypto. Whatever you transfer in has some overhead, network fees, etc. and exchange for me from Canada. BUT, what I’ve kept track of and learned is aside from typical casino profits, they can’t lose; here’s why, from tracking 30+ deposit & withdrawls: First, they never lose on exchange because you deposit at current BTC rate and withdraw at current rate. Second, at first I thought the network fees on withdrawals were time of day related, or network congestion related, but being a crypto trader, with live charting, I can say for certain, its NOT. My network fees were so high on one withdrawal that it was 10% of withdrawal amount, and this was recent while BTC was tanking. Now, on BTC recovery I just did a winnings withdrawal and it was less than 1%. Best thing to do if you play here is just leave your money in casino account and withdraw during BTC increase. Above all that BTC is VERY slow for transaction, equal in network fee choice, in relevance to other network transactions. I also think that has to play on BTC trend in market and them hedging on BTC price. All that said, awesome casino and gaming experience.

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Major Swiss bank issues warning call for losses (profit warning) due to margin calls

Credit Suisse, one of the biggest swiss banks, just announced a that they can't account yet for the amounts but they're expecting major losses due to 'a major US-hedgefund being margin called' and them exiting positions. The announcement made via official swiss public media also mentions other banks being in the same predicament. They quote the bank "it is too early to tell the exact height of the losses[...], but it could be very substantial and relevant to our Q1".

Source in German - https://www.srf.ch/news/wirtschaft/ausstieg-aus-us-hedgefonds-credit-suisse-warnt-vor-moeglichem-verlust

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Actual profit margins?

I’m quite curious if they were some way to find the actual profit margins of an MLM product. I think that would be most beneficial in snapping huns talking about β€œnot making someone else rich” mindset.

For example when I worked at a coffee chain, I knew the exact cost of a finished product that cost around $5 was 14 cents. Of course you have to consider the other factors like labor, rent/electricity, marketing, etc but still a pretty hefty margin for a busy store/company.

So my question is what is the actual amount going to the owners of these companies vs the tiny commission they make per sale? There has to be some way to find that out right?

(Hopefully this looks ok, I’m on mobile and this is my first post. I’ve only ever used mobile but I see people apologizing about formatting)

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Audi aims to steal march on Tesla after bold electric profit prediction | German group expects margins of battery powered models to match traditional vehicles in 2 to 3 years ft.com/content/53b9f210-e…
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"Invitation Homes", the biggest speculator owner of houses in the U.S., openly states in their SEC filings that they choose homes in low supply areas. They also state in the SEC filing that the building of apartments & condos will hurt their precious profit margin. twitter.com/IDoTheThinkin…
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Capital intensive tapos low margins. Alin ang profit ko dito?

Hello sa lahat! Nagstart kasi kami ng maliit na grocery dito sa labas ng condo namin last year. Normal brick and mortar grocery store. Sa amin yung pwesto kaya walang rent. Yung capital napunta sa PO lang at sa POS na ginagamit namin. Medyo nalilito lang ako kung anong tawag sa mga buckets of money.

8,000 - one time setup fee para sa POS namin

50,000 - capital na nakalaan sa purchase orders

20,000 - first purchase order namin.

20% - markup namin sa lahat ng items.

24,000 - revenue

4,000 - profit

Questions ko:

  1. 4k yung profit pero syempre irereinvest ko ulit yan sa business.
  2. Ganito ko naman papaikutin ang pera, yung profit ibibili ko uli ng inventory. Profit pa rin ba itong matatawag?
  3. Yung gross profit ay yung profit after ko mabawas yung 8k na set up fee?
  4. Kailan ako magkaka-profit talaga na makukuha ko at masasave ko sa personal bank account ko or magagastos ko for other necessary personal expenses? As in profit talaga? Kapag yung profit ay umabot na sa 50k para maibalik yung puhunan? Pano aabot ito dito kung lagi kong ibibili ng inventory yung profit?

Salamat po sa mga sasagot!

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AIB models start at +$100 MSRP, some models like the Red Devil are +$150 over the reference MSRP. According to HWU, AIB's claim that AMD is at fault and that AIB profit margins are at record lows (link in comments). twitter.com/HardwareUnbox…
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Apple move to their own chipset will save Billions of Dollars each year - and therefore increased profit margins 9to5mac.com/2020/11/18/ap…
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The entire reason to completely destroy this company, and ruin all new good memories that could have potentially been created was because when the new media(aka next generation media) trends and takes off it AMC was only going to hinder the profit margin being made. But nevermind that.
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What items or goods have the most offensive profit margins?
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Pasta profit margins?

How do grocery stores make money on it when it’s like five boxes for three dollars? 60 cents a pound is super cheap

Conversely people pay insane money for boxed pasta with some sauce at a restaurant

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How do you go about checking what profit margin is after you buy in?

I have it set up in my Trust wallet, but I’m at a loss here.

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If insulin has such a low cost to produce and (unfortunately) has a high margin of profit in the US, why is it not more frequently manufactured DIY and sold for a more reasonable price on underground markets?
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Colorado hospitals’ profit margins are nation’s highest as state lawmakers move to cap health care costs coloradosun.com/2021/02/1…
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U.S. Corporate Cost Pressures May Hit Profit Margins In The Near Term (S&P Global) spglobal.com/_assets/docu…
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Public/other ownership:(57.82%) Individuals/insiders(42.18%) MOVING AVERAGES~ 10D SMA (+56.01%) 50D SMA (680.03%) 200D SMA (2,977%) gross profit margin 63% positive EPS. reddit.com/gallery/n0ubze
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Bullish on UNFI- Small changes in net profit margins can significantly impact earnings

UNFI, given its size (post SuperValu acquisition/integration), now has cost advantages due to its β€œeconomies of scale”. This example demonstrates that even small changes in its net profit margins can significantly impact earnings.

UNFI’s consensus FY2021 earnings is $3.39 and FY2022 is $3.46. This represents a 2% increase in earnings, but only a 0.014% increase in the net profit margin (earnings/revenue). If UNFI can successfully deliver on their plans and improve their net profit margin by just 0.1% (vs 0.014%), then earnings will increase by $0.49/share (+14%).

Here’s how UNFI is planning on improving their profit margin (from last earnings call):

Revenue Growth:

- Cross-selling

- Professional services

- Sales growth

- E-commerce and Community Marketplace (4/7/21)

- New Allentown, PA DC (Key Food)

- Whole Foods contract ext.

Expense Reductions (efficiency improvements):

- Debt reduction/refinancing

- Optimizing networks

- Value Path initiative

- Investing in technologies

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Profit margin

Hello everybody. I run a small MSP out of Arizona. I was in a conference call today with a group of other MSPs and the topic of profit margins came up. The gentleman hosting the meeting mentioned that a 20% profit margin is what everyone should aim for. But that 25% and 30% were excellent. The question I have about profit margins is do you all count owner parole as a percentage of that profit margin? Or is profit margin based off of all expenses including all salaries?

Also curious as to what profit margins you all have and the size of your MSPs.

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In a country with private health care, what is an appropriate and ethical profit margin for health services, medicine and such? 1%? 10%?
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I know the community of MyLeague players matters little in the profit margins but why is every auto-generated draft rookie saddled with a β€œvery slow” release?

Please help us I know we are wittle offline babies but I love the game and franchise modes are my favorite in sports games. Just set the default to normal and it’s all good.

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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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How does one properly calculate profit margin for a product?
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