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Sosandar – Full Year Results Show Promise, But I'm Not Buying Yet

AIM-listed online ladies fashionwear purveyor Sosandar (SOS) released its full year numbers to March 2022 this morning and at first impression they look good. The company didn’t quite make it to bottom-line profitability and a state of cashflow positive trading remains some way ahead, but the pre-tax losses (previously £3.1 million) have been pared to just £0.5 million and, with an income tax credit of £0.4 million clocked up, the bottom line was a loss of just £0.1 million. Better still, the company reports profitability for the past nine months, so it would seem to me that a bottom-line profit is just around the corner.


Sosandar – Trading Update Suffers From Adam Reynolds’ Keyboard - it's the cash that matters!

AIM-listed onliine women’s fashionwear purveyor Sosandar (SOS) has offered up a bullish trading update for calendar Q4 2021 (its own Q3, given accounts are to March). We are told that revenues were up some 122% year on year, that each month was EBITDA positive making for the company’s first EBITDA positive quarter. Of course, EBITDA is bullshit earnings but even so this is a positive update. However....


Sosandar – Interims and Bullshit Earnings

In the past AIM-listed online ladies clothing purveyor Sosandar (SOS) boasted of EBITDA (bullshit earnings) in part because they were pretty close to real, bottom-line earnings and cash outflow. Not so any more! So we are told of EBITDA positive trading recently and the company boasts of revenue growth of 184% to £12.2 million, Gross Profits of £6.9 million, Net Cash of £7.4 million and that the EBITDA loss was £0.99 million in the six months to 30 September, So things are going gangbusters, right? Not so fast……

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