Longer-term that's correct. However, that does not take away from the fact that business still has seasonality attached to it - business can still be lumpy.
Let's see what they have to say.
You and jerky both join cranberryboy as the biggest morons ever on this board.
However, where cranberryboy was smart enough to never show his face again (except for the one or two days when the he thought he might get a jab in) I have a feeling that the two of you will remain and continue posting your garbage. Will be mighty interesting to see how your posts change now that you claim to be long.
upgrades are a guarantee at this point.
the company obliterated all estimates by a wide margin.
company was extremely optimistic with the current state of business as well as the outlook over the coming years.
company indicated the only thing holding back growth at this time is the ability to hire more people and manage the infrastructure - they already have the work.
biggest gains of 50% after blowout December quarter came in the few weeks following the earnings announcement on Feb 12 - not on the day of the announcement. easily verifiable, though someone would prefer you don't.
"notice how most longs say derogitory statements.."
"They can not speak in a humane tone... "
Hey look - you made another funny.
NetSol Technologies Inc. Pre-Market Trading
08:04 ... $ 11.20 ... 390
08:02 ... $ 11.30 ... 1,800
08:00 ... $ 11.30 ... 200
"But going forward, what we are doing is continue to add more contracts in that price bracket range, which has now become, rather than $2 million to $5 million, it's become $5 million to $15 million. I continue to see, Mike, that being a very realistic range for us going forward. How and when these deals are closed and so that we can add them to the backlog, but timing is something which I cannot share with you because those orders have to be closed. And we are literally in the first few weeks of the first quarter of the fiscal year. So I think over the next couple of quarters, you'll start to see some interesting developments. And as we sign those deals, we certainly will share with you and that will reflect in our next future Qs."
These are big deals which are now becoming the norm.
Last quarter, when analyst first heard mention of $5 to $10 million deals, as others have already indicated, they were speechless because they were game changers. Now the game changers are becoming the norm.
Folks here are getting in on the ground floor of a major enterprise.
You can live in the past, or you can look forward for what's to come in the future. Take your pick. Investing on the past rarely works.