Nov 30, 2006 Net Sales: $1.456 MNov 30, 2007 Net Sales: $1.984 MPercent gain equal ending sales minus beginning sales divided by beginning sales, the result times 100.(1.984-1.456)/1.456 X 100 = 36.3% INCREASEThe industry does not use the term "Flat" when there is a significant increase.http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1023459/000101968707000069/simulations_10qsb-113006.txthttp://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1023459/000101968708000177/simulations_10qsb-110307.txtDick Milde
Here's the only math that matters. Yesterday's close = 1.88. Sept. 20, 2007 high = 8.625.(1.88/8.625)-1 = 78.2% LOSSAnd that from the man who called SLP the stock you wanted to own all your life and to buy more before it goes much higher.http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Business_%26_Finance/Investments/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_S/threadview?bn=23158&tid=2813&mid=2819Coincidentally, one week to the day after that was posted the stock plunged on its highest volume day in over four years. Some coincidence.Good luck!
all your life is a different time frame than 1 year