Quoting Avanti (AIM: AVN) a leading provider of satellite data communications services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa confirms that revenue for the financial year ("FY") ended 30th June 2016 is expected to be approximately $83m. This represents growth in core revenues year-on-year (excluding the spectrum sale in the prior year) of over 35%. EBITDA is expected to be approximately $8m.
Conclusion: 35%+ growth in core revenues is annual year on year It is NOT 4q year on year as you (again) incorrectly claim.
bloody hell gg you just keep going in circles!!! again, from the 2015 nrs you need to strip 25m from the spectrum transaction. and from the 7 july rns we know that recurring core revenue growth was in excess of 35%. now 2016 sales / 2015 normalized sales = 83 / (85.2 - 25) = 37.9%. and that is bloody close to the "recurring core revenue growth in excess of 35%" that avn reported on 7 july.
now... gg.. .next exercise: go write down the capacity utilization that avn reported every quarter. write the numbers down in the right order. and then have a big breather and tell us what you find.
see that is exactly your problem GG. you have no clue whatsoever about the numbers. just looking at 2016: 19,5m was the third quarter not as you represent the first quarter. so you present 2016 numbers in the order 3q - 2q - 1q - 4q.
GG you either are an unbelievable dumb MUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEETTTTTTT or you are a real crook trying to mislead retail investors. having observed you for some time now I am aftraid that it may well be the latter.
still off top of my head, still on the road, but increasingly shocked at the crookedness of GG
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