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Roku, Inc. 2021 Q1 - Results - Earnings Call Presentation

May 07, 2021 5:14 AM ETRoku, Inc. (ROKU)4 Comments
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The following slide deck was published by Roku, Inc. in conjunction with their 2021 Q1 earnings call.

May 6, 2021

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Comments (4)

Daytrader77 profile picture
How will this company ever return the investors capital if EPS loss has increased this year March 2021 compared to supposedly the peak of streaming March 2020..

The company is losing Net income from $54000 last year to $74000 this year..

And Net EPS loss from $0.79 to $.45 this year..

This cannot even be called asset...

The company just got exposed of how its profit margin is really very low to non-existent.
@Daytrader77 I must be missing something. According to the presentation ROKU actually made a GAAP profit of $75m in the quarter? I'm long and buying more today
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@crxinvestments you did.. buy now at pre market..

The question that were meant to be asked to the executives was why have they abandoned the stock like a hot potato?
banz23 profile picture
Net income of $76 million with an EBITA adjusted income of $125 million. They went from a negative income to a positive income. Your message is suggesting this quarter they lost money, when in fact they made money. I would consider a company making over $125 million in a quarter while growing at this rate to be an asset.
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