Well i just took your number of 201 scanner avg per day, 30 more per day than q2. I don't know if this company will ever cross paltry 10, 15 percent growth. Your glowing numbers apparently end in a whimper.
More important number than q4 revenue is the scanner growth. From reading your message, and sadave's tracking numbers, it looks like scanner growth rate can come around 30%. That could be the signal that momentum is accelerating.
So somo was supposed to be the key driver for q4 and q1. You ate saying that based on you observation, somo could be growing 25% this quarter. Is that correct.
what is the role of the scanner in the vanlines software system. what does the scanner actually do. thanks.
Thanks for all your help. volume is non-existent. as long as the mobile scanner growth is realized, albeit slowly, i am not worried, whether the story plays out this year or next year.
Thanks Dave, i am guessing 4.2 for q1, and 0.1 eps. Wanting to hear some news about investor participation, and some kind of good news, any news.
thanks sadave, are you saying the revenue increase could be around 25% in the first quarter. if so, it will be an impressive number, +4.5 million. but i think you are saying scanner growth wil be 25%. if so good number, but will really have to for 2nd q to get great number.
is it a big deal if a vp leaves, in 6 months. i think that probably is a good thing, spending less, and making way for maybe a smarter exec. i am quite sure the six month notice was part of the original contract.
CIIX had huge earnings and rev growth this past year. Based on reasonable estimates, they could have 20 cents earnings and 5 million revenue next year. That is WITHOUT medicine man and other cannabis related stocks. That itself equate to around $4 in stock price.
With a low float and os of around 5 million shares, this could blast upwards quickly, if and when it catches the cannabis momentum
Just think, a totally worthless hyped stock MDBX STILL has around 1 billion in market cap.
This is by far the cheapest stock in the cannabis sector. And Medicine Man wants to become Costco of Weeds.