For those of you who feel this stock is undervalued, look deeper and try to extrapolate what Wall Street WANTS to see. Sales are great and earnings even better, but it hasn't trickled down to net income. Wall Street wants to see a jump in net income otherwise earnings and revenues just don't mean that much.
Granted that Soda has sort of spoiled investors with profits way too early for a company trying to grow fast and put a major category on its head, but you can not seriously contend that profit margin is what is going to make or break the stock price at this point. Revenue growth, particularly in categories that show non-fad nature of the product (consumables) is the thing that will matter.
three months ended September 30, 2011 was Euro 7.8 million, or Euro 0.37 ($0.50 per the convenience translation) per fully diluted share based on 21.0 million weighted average shares, compared to net income of Euro 2.1 million,