The last two quarters the company had negative earnings surprises causing both Roth Capital Partners and Oppenheimer to drop estimates. However, Roth continues to rate SKYS a "buy" and Oppenheimer an "outperform" as of early April. Long-term consensus estimates for SKYS:
This compares to 5-yr projected growth of SKYS peers:
Using the above consensus projections in the finbox.io 5-yr DCF analysis, a fair value of ~$3.80 is calculated using a 0% terminal growth rate and a 9.5% WACC. However, let's see whether SKYS beats or misses on tomorrow's announcement and the resulting forecast changes.