Phaedrus77 Tuesday, 04/16/19 06:46:19 PM Re: MrT11 post# 610 Post # of 625 Hard to believe an $18 million increase in sales for the 9 months only led to an increase of $225k in pre-tax income. Weren’t 2018 margins also supposed to be negatively impacted by expansion costs? For the quarter, $5 million increase in sales and a decrease in pre-tax income. Really makes me wonder what the normalized margins on the Wal-Mart pallets are. Deferred revenue went up $2 million in the quarter, so it seems like they’re getting more business from Wal-Mart. I’m kind of surprised that the share price is still up this high. At some point, they’re going to have to start making some fcf.