SKYX Platforms GAAP EPS of -$0.06, revenue of $7.39M
SKYX Platforms press release (NASDAQ:SKYX): Q2 GAAP EPS of -$0.06. Revenue of $7.39M.
Has the U.S. Electrical Industry valuation changed over the past few years?
|Date||Market Cap||Revenue||Earnings||PE||Absolute PE||PS|
|Mon, 15 Aug 2022||US$317.0b||US$106.1b||US$8.6b||22.8x||37x||3x|
|Wed, 13 Jul 2022||US$255.2b||US$105.1b||US$7.5b||16.8x||33.8x||2.4x|
|Fri, 10 Jun 2022||US$287.8b||US$104.8b||US$7.5b||19.1x||38.3x||2.7x|
|Sun, 08 May 2022||US$286.0b||US$104.0b||US$7.8b||19.7x||36.7x||2.7x|
|Tue, 05 Apr 2022||US$327.1b||US$99.4b||US$7.5b||21.2x||43.7x||3.3x|
|Thu, 03 Mar 2022||US$310.1b||US$98.7b||US$7.5b||21.9x||41.5x||3.1x|
|Sat, 29 Jan 2022||US$295.9b||US$94.7b||US$7.6b||22.5x||39.1x||3.1x|
|Mon, 27 Dec 2021||US$343.4b||US$94.3b||US$7.5b||23.6x||45.7x||3.6x|
|Wed, 24 Nov 2021||US$377.8b||US$95.0b||US$7.8b||24.4x||48.3x||4x|
|Fri, 22 Oct 2021||US$327.3b||US$89.2b||US$8.0b||23.8x||40.8x||3.7x|
|Sun, 19 Sep 2021||US$310.2b||US$89.1b||US$8.0b||23.2x||38.8x||3.5x|
|Tue, 17 Aug 2021||US$318.4b||US$89.4b||US$7.9b||23.6x||40.4x||3.6x|
|Tue, 01 Jun 2021||US$291.9b||US$83.0b||US$6.9b||27x||42.3x||3.5x|
|Fri, 05 Mar 2021||US$270.5b||US$81.6b||US$6.0b||29.9x||44.8x||3.3x|
|Mon, 07 Dec 2020||US$252.6b||US$82.4b||US$6.0b||29x||42x||3.1x|
|Thu, 10 Sep 2020||US$203.0b||US$83.2b||US$6.0b||23.2x||33.8x||2.4x|
|Wed, 03 Jun 2020||US$165.7b||US$88.2b||US$7.2b||18x||23.1x||1.9x|
|Sat, 07 Mar 2020||US$166.9b||US$85.3b||US$7.9b||20.1x||21.2x||2x|
|Tue, 10 Dec 2019||US$180.4b||US$85.1b||US$8.3b||17.1x||21.7x||2.1x|
|Mon, 02 Sep 2019||US$154.4b||US$84.9b||US$8.4b||15.2x||18.4x||1.8x|
Which industries have driven the changes within the U.S. Industrials industry?
|Heavy Electrical Equipment||9.32%|
Which companies have driven the market over the last 7 days?
Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises
Orion Energy Systems
Orion Energy Systems (NASDAQ:OESX) announced it has secured contracts totaling $4.2M to retrofit two manufacturing facilities for a major automotive manufacturer. The company expects to complete the retrofit projects during its FY23 third and fourth quarters. Shares trading 5.3% higher premarket.
Eos Energy Enterprises
Flux Power Holdings
Company reports respectable Q3 results well ahead of consensus expectations. In addition, backlog levels hit a new record. On the conference call, management disclosed a letter of intent with a large Fortune 100 customer with the potential to generate more than $20 million in revenue over two years. Subsequent to quarter end, the company secured some much-needed liquidity which in combination with lower working capital requirements and projected higher margins should be sufficient for the time being. With near-term liquidity concerns successfully addressed and supply chain disruptions easing, I am upgrading shares to "Hold". Six weeks ago, lithium-ion battery manufacturer Flux Power Holdings (FLUX) or "Flux Power" reported better-than-expected Q3/FY2022 results with both top- and bottom line results exceeding expectations. In addition, the company reported record backlog levels as its book-to-bill ratio for the quarter was substantially above 1 again: Company SEC-Filing According to statements made on the conference call, Flux Power also received a non-binding, multi-year letter of intent ("LOI") from one of its Fortune 100 customers which is looking to secure build slots as part of its ongoing material handling fleet conversion. Potential revenue derived from this LOI might exceed $20 million over a two-year time frame. That said, the massive backlog increase experienced over the past couple of quarters has been partially caused by ongoing supply chain disruptions which have also impacted gross margins: Company Presentation In addition, cash flows have been pressured by the requirement to secure sufficient inventory: Company Presentation Free cash flow for the quarter was negative $4.1 million, a meaningful improvement from the negative $11.3 million recorded in Q2. At the end of Q3, cash and cash equivalents were down to a paltry $3.8 million with another $2.5 million available under the company's $6.0 million revolving credit facility with Silicon Valley Bank. Subsequent to quarter end, the company managed to secure an aggregate $6.0 million in additional liquidity: On May 11, Flux Power entered into an up to $5.0 million subordinated line of credit for short-term working capital purposes until December 31, 2022. As of May 12, aggregate lender commitments under the facility were $4.0 million. That said, terms of the facility are beyond ugly with an interest rate of 15% per annum and meaningful upfront fees. In addition, lenders extracted 160,000 warrants with an exercise price of $2.53. At the election of the company, repayments can be made in cash or common stock. The company also has the right to extend the due date by one year upon payment of a 2% commitment fee. On June 23, Silicon Valley Bank increased the amount of the company's revolving credit facility from $6.0 to $8.0 million in return for an increased interest rate (Prime Rate +3.5%). The bank also extracted 40,800 warrants with an exercise price of $2.23. As a result, Flux Power has removed the recent going concern warning from its quarterly report on form 10-Q: We believe that our existing cash and additional funding available under our SVB Line of Credit, combined with funds available to us under our new subordinated line of credit of up to $4.0 million will be sufficient to meet our anticipated capital resources to fund planned operations for the next twelve months. On the conference call, management pointed to modest improvements in supply chain issues and projected inventory levels to decline going forward which should result in significantly reduced cash usage.