Splunk Profit Margin Quarterly:-9.45% for Jan. 31, 2013
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Splunk Historical Profit Margin Quarterly DataPro Data Export
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|Data for this Date Range|
|Jan. 31, 2013||-9.45%|
|Oct. 31, 2012||-10.52%|
|July 31, 2012||-10.28%|
|April 30, 2012||-55.04%|
|Jan. 31, 2012||-2.95%|
|Oct. 31, 2011||-11.42%|
|July 31, 2011||-15.07%|
|April 30, 2011||-10.88%|
|Jan. 31, 2011||-7.81%|
About Profit Margin
Profit margin represents the percentage of revenue that a company keeps as profit after accounting for fixed and variable costs. It is calculated by dividing net income by revenue. The profit margin is mainly used for internal comparisons, because acceptable profit margins vary between industries. In general, narrow profit margins indicate increased volatile earnings. For companies with significant fixed costs, wide profit margins reduce the risk that a decline in sales will cause a net profit loss.
Displayed as a percentage, profit margin can be thought as the amount of profit that a company keeps per dollar of revenue. For example, if a company has a profit margin of 43%, the company keeps $.43 of each dollar of revenue.
SPLK Profit Margin Quarterly Rankings
3917 of 8005
609 of 954 in Technology
120 of 196 in Software - Application
SPLK Profit Margin Quarterly Range, Past 5 Years
theflyonthewall.com May 20
The Wall Street Journal May 17