should be this month. Investors don't realize the leverage that comes in e-commerce. I am not talking about the distribution side. The SpeedFC side will show significant growth in margins as fixede costs get absorbed and the greater revenues flowing through these sites drives a much higher margin. The company was conservative in guidance. Now that online is showing much stronger growth than modeled, you will see upside in the shares.
What leverage? The sales are not growing so fast - just small gradual growth - and the margins are slim. "Much stronger than modeled"? Sounds good, but unless you have some inside info, I seriously doubt that's true.
Further, the company is not making a profit. Maybe you need to go have another look at the earnings estimates page and see how they have missed the past four quarters by quite a wide margin. They will also miss this quarter - 8 cents/share is very unrealistic.
This isn't Amazon, so don't expect it to trade like it is.
Some sanity will come back to the shares at some point - maybe after a couple more days of a falling market, which is long overdue.