Any how, let's see how that translates into cold hard numbers.
There's a lot to like about PsiclePath and JackItUp. Look at that margin. Very nice. If the grow their sales/capacity/etc they will be unstoppable. Again, it's down to execution. I do like their profit too.
RHO Inc, and PeakPerformanceBros have a reasonable margin in the 10-19% range.
At the bottom is Pedal and Wheelie Cool Bikes who are both spending more than they are earning. They'll need to cut their cloth to fit.
|European Union||Jack It Up||$7,140,056||$34,804,758||21%|
|European Union||Munchy Bikes||$1,406,673||$22,110,661||6%|
|European Union||Rackk City Bikes||$1,145,632||$35,584,256||3%|
|China||Wheelin N Dealin||$641,601||$24,416,639||3%|
|China||Wheelie Cool Bikes||-$2,603,071||$25,397,696||-10%|
Turning to how much capacity firms have, Sugma has the largest factory. I wonder what their idle time looks like.
|European Union||Rackk City Bikes||$1,145,632||$35,584,256||41,384|
|China||Wheelin N Dealin||$641,601||$24,416,639||35,191|
|European Union||Munchy Bikes||$1,406,673||$22,110,661||32,066|
|European Union||Jack It Up||$7,140,056||$34,804,758||30,717|
|China||Wheelie Cool Bikes||-$2,603,071||$25,397,696||30,208|
And so to the big board, and at the top is PeakPerformanceBros If they'd had a margin as good as Jack it up, they'd be hard to stop. But there is a pack close behind them of PsiclePath, RHO Inc, Jack It Up, and Sugma Interestingly, as I dig into the data, RHO Inc is the firm were everything looks pretty reasonable and solid; all the other firms have some area (or areas) where things are out of wack. RHO Inc just needs to do more.
Rackk City Bikes, E.N.T.E.R.T.A.I.N, and Sigma are in the middle really. For E.N.T.E.R.T.A.I.N, this represents something of a move upward, but I suspect Sigma and Rackk City Bikes are a little disappointed in their performance.
Of the four firms at the bottom, I'm curious to see how they turn things around ... it's not desperate yet, but they are in danger of getting too far behind.
|European Union||Jack It Up||$22.85||$7,140,056||$34,804,758||30,717||$14,828,472|
|European Union||Rackk City Bikes||$16.74||$1,145,632||$35,584,256||41,384||$6,818,033|
|China||Wheelin N Dealin||$12.47||$641,601||$24,416,639||35,191||$3,183,291|
|European Union||Munchy Bikes||$11.02||$1,406,673||$22,110,661||32,066||$7,373,266|
|China||Wheelie Cool Bikes||$9.53||-$2,603,071||$25,397,696||30,208||$1,511,575|
Digging into the results, is Sugma copying Simga too much. They both Sigma and Sugma have ended up with too much unsold product. But that's normally easy to fix.
So, no-one is really in the commuter business; with the continuing rise of e-bikes (and e-scooters), I wonder if that's a good thing ... or is it just a thing.
Meanwhile, back in the EU, there seems to be a lot of lost sales for most folk. Is that a consequence of being lucky or unlucky (or good). I'll leave that to you to decide.