Take out .5M from the Q2 revenues. Wow - let's move it to Q1 and pretend that SLP increased sales for Q1 with hard work. Flat Revenues. This company will fall short of Q2 without that revenue. It's great how the SLP PR convinced many that revenues are on the move.
What was the revenue from Q1 without the movement of the large reorder? Let's see how the math works this time.
Now add the .5M to Q2 and the revenues will still fall short when they announce.
Stop trying to make all think this company is growing with your incredible math examples.
OK... We can do that... Take $.5M (the large order) out of Q1 and revenues were up 2%...essentially identical to Q1 of the prior year. Now put that $.5M back into Q2 and you have what for sales??? We don't know because they have not been announced. Yet you continue to tell us that Q1 was flat because an order was moved from Q2 and that Q2 will be flat because the same order was moved out of Q2 to Q1. Yes... Q2 may well come in some amount under last year... But that doesn't make Q1 flat. A $.5 M order is a large order for SLP and will result in an uneven sales pattern.
The combination of Q1 and Q2 will be higher than last year... I call that sales growth. Do you have a different term for that?
"Stop trying to make all think this company is growing with your incredible math examples."
I'll tell you the same thing...
Stop trying to make all think this company is not growing with your incredible math examples.
Please don't be offended... After all... You do not expect me to be.