| Sunday, October 19, 2008 - 12:45 am |
Tom. ............your reply still does not answer the question. The key is the computation of the net profit which the player has no control over or am I wrong?
here is the situation; WITH 4B SHARES in the corp
YEAR ENDING 2590
turnover 50B approx
net profit -12B !!!!!!.........EXPECTED 7.8B APPROX... with EARNINGS 1.95 per share
YEAR ENDING 2591
turnover 56B approx
net profit 6B !!!!!!.........EXPECTED 13.6B APPROX... with EARNINGS 3.41 per share
NORMALLY THE NET PROFIT IS AROUND 65% allowing for 35% overhead I presume
although it is never recorded anywhere
So..... where did the extra deductions go in these 2 years??
ALSO..........the curious 5B profit payments in 2590......about 40B in total !!
how can that be when the profit was only 12B ????? and my profit transfer % is 70%
I know that that does not affect the value but only the cash position, but why?
since the PE and rising values are based on the earnings per share, I think
the company has been screwed somehow!
THE COMPANY WAS WORTH 350B in July 2590 and it has fallen to 53B....should be worth 500-600B by now !!
and it has nothing to do with falling turnover,production, prices or rising salaries.
Salaries only amount to around 25% of cost
IT IS ALL DOWN TO THE COMPUTATION OF THE NET PROFIT!
I have another building materials corp, LIANGA MATERIALS worth 428B with the same profile
and settings although not as old, AND NOTHING STRANGE THERE
SO I REPEAT......... where did the extra deductions go in these 2 years??
AND................. why the large profit transfers