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Janison Education Group Ltd
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What can you expect buying and holding a share of Janison? (30 sec.)

How much money do you get?

How much money do you get?
A$0.00
When do you have the money?
1 year
How often do you get paid?
30.0%

What is your share worth?

Current worth
A$0.12
Expected worth in 1 year
A$-0.06
How sure are you?
60.0%

+ What do you gain per year?

Total Gains per Share
A$-0.18
Return On Investment
-52.1%

For what price can you sell your share?

Current Price per Share
A$0.34
Expected price per share
A$0.24 - A$0.415
How sure are you?
50%
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1. Valuation of Janison (5 min.)




Live pricePrice per Share (EOD)

A$0.34

Intrinsic Value Per Share

A$-0.16 - A$0.02

Total Value Per Share

A$-0.04 - A$0.14

2. Growth of Janison (5 min.)




Is Janison growing?

Current yearPrevious yearGrowGrow %
How rich?$20m$27.4m-$7.3m-36.7%

How much money is Janison making?

Current yearPrevious yearGrowGrow %
Making money-$8.9m-$5.9m-$2.9m-33.4%
Net Profit Margin-33.4%-25.1%--

How much money comes from the company's main activities?

3. Financial Health of Janison (5 min.)




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What can you expect buying and holding a share of Janison? (5 min.)

Welcome investor! Janison's management wants to use your money to grow the business. In return you get a share of Janison.

What can you expect buying and holding a share of Janison?

First you should know what it really means to hold a share of Janison. And how you can make/lose money.

Speculation

The Price per Share of Janison is A$0.34. The market price reflects what other people think it is worth; not what it's really worth. Your job is to find out if the market price is fair, overpriced, or underpriced. I will help you with that.

If you buy blind, there is a 50% chance of making or losing money by selling the stock in the future. However, we can look at a few things to determine the odds in our favor:

  • The fundamentals: the financial health trends of Janison.
  • The technials: based on market psychology, we can make a calculated estimate of what the price will do in the future. We can do this through technical analysis. We can calculate the probabilities and the expected value (millionaire math). That's called speculation.
  • The book value: what is the market price compared to it's book value.

Investing

If you really want to invest in Janison, you will have to let go of the thought of selling in the future. If you have to sell the share for less than you bought it, it can still be a good investment. Focus on what it means to hold the stock forever:

  • You own a part of the company. The equity of this part can grow or shrink. The current Book Value per Share is A$0.12. Based on the TTM, the Book Value Change Per Share is A$-0.04 per quarter. Based on the YOY, the Book Value Change Per Share is A$-0.01 per quarter.
  • You may receive quarterly/yearly dividend in the form of additional shares.
  • You may receive quarterly/yearly dividend in the form of cash. Based on the TTM the Dividend per Share is A$0.00 per quarter.
Based on historical numbers we can estimate the returns while holding a share of Janison.

How much money are you going to get?

 MRQTTMYOY5Y10Y
 A$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per ShareA$% of Price per Share
Usd Eps-0.03-10.2%-0.03-10.2%-0.02-6.8%-0.02-4.4%-0.01-3.6%
Usd Book Value Change Per Share-0.03-8.5%-0.03-8.5%-0.01-1.7%0.012.7%0.012.6%
Usd Dividend Per Share0.000.0%0.000.0%0.000.0%0.000.0%0.000.1%
Usd Total Gains Per Share-0.03-8.5%-0.03-8.5%-0.01-1.7%0.012.7%0.012.7%
Usd Price Per Share0.29-0.29-0.28-0.31-0.19-
Price to Earnings Ratio-8.30--8.30--11.90--37.76--19.50-
Price-to-Total Gains Ratio-10.04--10.04--48.65--4.37--0.23-
Price to Book Ratio3.68-3.68-2.57-3.41-6.97-
Price-to-Total Gains Ratio-10.04--10.04--48.65--4.37--0.23-

When do you get the money?

Usd Investment
$.00
Usd Price Per Share0.220966
Number of shares4525
Gains per QuarterTrailing 12 Months5 Year
Usd Dividend Per Share0.000.00
Usd Book Value Change Per Share-0.030.01
Usd Total Gains Per Share-0.030.01
Gains per Quarter (4525 shares)-130.3641.76
Gains per Year (4525 shares)-521.42167.03
YearsReturn on Investment (TTM)Return on Investment (5Y)
 DividendBook Value gainTotal gainsDividendBook Value gainTotal gains
Broker costs---10---10
10-521-5310167157
20-1043-10520334324
30-1564-15730501491
40-2086-20940668658
50-2607-26150835825
60-3129-313601002992
70-3650-3657011691159
80-4171-4178013361326
90-4693-4699015031493
100-5214-5220016701660

How sure are you?

Based on the past periods, how sure are you to get value out of your investment.

Linear %
 Trailing 12 Months3Y5 Year10 YearALLTIME
  % % % % %
Earnings Per Share0.01.00.00.0%0.03.00.00.0%0.05.00.00.0%2.08.00.020.0%11.013.00.045.8%
Book Value Change Per Share0.01.00.00.0%1.02.00.033.3%3.02.00.060.0%5.05.00.050.0%13.011.00.054.2%
Dividend per Share0.00.01.00.0%0.00.03.00.0%0.00.05.00.0%3.00.07.030.0%11.00.013.045.8%
Total Gains per Share0.01.00.00.0%1.02.00.033.3%3.02.00.060.0%6.04.00.060.0%15.09.00.062.5%
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Fundamentals of Janison

About Janison Education Group Ltd

Janison Education Group Limited provides online assessment software, assessment products, and assessment services in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and internationally. The company operates through Assessment and Solutions segments. The Assessment segment provides exam products, exam items, and associated exam services to schools, parents, and teachers. The Solutions segment operates exam enterprise-grade assessment platform technology and offers event management services for large organizations, national education authorities, and accreditation bodies. This segment also provides exam support services, such as in-person exam invigilation, online customer support, and custom software development services; and learning management software tool to large corporates. It serves state and federal education bodies, schools, and parents. The company was formerly known as HJB Corporation Ltd. and changed its name to Janison Education Group Limited in December 2017. Janison Education Group Limited was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Ultimo, Australia.

Fundamental data was last updated by Penke on 2024-02-26 23:31:05.

Financial Health

Profitability Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is making a huge loss.
Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit.
Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit.
Operating Efficiency Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is operating very inefficient.
The company is inefficient in keeping operating costs low.
Liquidity Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts.
The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets.
Solvency Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets.
The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity.

Valuation

Valuation Details
 Compared to previous yearCompared to industry
Based on the equity, the company is fair priced.
Based on the earnings, the company is expensive.
Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive.
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1.1. Profitability of Janison Education Group Ltd.

1.1. Profitability
1.1.1. Net Profit Margin

Measures how much net profit Janison earns for each $1 of revenue.

  • Above 10% is considered healthy but always compare Janison to the Software - Application industry mean.
  • A Net Profit Margin of -33.4% means that $-0.33 for each $1 in revenue is generated as profit.

Let's take a look of the Net Profit Margin trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is -33.4%. The company is making a huge loss. -2
  • The TTM is -33.4%. The company is making a huge loss. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-33.4%TTM-33.4%0.0%
TTM-33.4%YOY-25.1%-8.2%
TTM-33.4%5Y-17.0%-16.4%
5Y-17.0%10Y1,151.2%-1,168.2%
1.1.2. Return on Assets

Shows how efficient Janison is using its assets to generate profit.

  • Above 5% is considered healthy but always compare Janison to the Software - Application industry mean.
  • -23.7% Return on Assets means that Janison generated $-0.24 profit for each $1 in assets.

Let's take a look of the Return on Assets trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is -23.7%. Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
  • The TTM is -23.7%. Using its assets, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-23.7%TTM-23.7%0.0%
TTM-23.7%YOY-12.9%-10.8%
TTM-23.7%5Y-10.0%-13.8%
5Y-10.0%10Y-18.8%+8.8%
1.1.3. Return on Equity

Shows how efficient Janison is using its investors money to generate profit.

  • Above 15%-20% is considered healthy but always compare Janison to the Software - Application industry mean.
  • -44.4% Return on Equity means Janison generated $-0.44 for each $1 the owners (shareholders) invested.

Let's take a look of the Return on Equity trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is -44.4%. Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
  • The TTM is -44.4%. Using its investors money, the company is very inefficient in making profit. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-44.4%TTM-44.4%0.0%
TTM-44.4%YOY-21.6%-22.8%
TTM-44.4%5Y-17.0%-27.3%
5Y-17.0%10Y-32.1%+15.1%
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1.2. Operating Efficiency of Janison Education Group Ltd.

1.2. Operating Efficiency
1.2.1. Operating Margin

Measures how efficient Janison is operating .

  • Measures how much profit Janison makes for each $1 of sales after paying variable costs (production costs, wages, etc) but before taxes.
  • Above 15% is considered healthy but always compare Janison to the Software - Application industry mean.
  • An Operating Margin of -28.5% means the company generated $-0.29  for each $1 in revenue (before taxes).

Let's take a look of the Operating Margin trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is -28.5%. The company is operating very inefficient. -2
  • The TTM is -28.5%. The company is operating very inefficient. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ-28.5%TTM-28.5%0.0%
TTM-28.5%YOY-29.1%+0.6%
TTM-28.5%5Y-16.6%-11.9%
5Y-16.6%10Y-1,788.4%+1,771.8%
1.2.2. Operating Ratio

Measures how efficient Janison is keeping operating costs low.

  • Below 1 is considered healthy (always compare to Software - Application industry mean).
  • An Operation Ratio of 1.27 means that the operating costs are $1.27 for each $1 in net sales.

Let's take a look of the Operating Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 1.273. The company is inefficient in keeping operating costs low. -1
  • The TTM is 1.273. The company is inefficient in keeping operating costs low. -1
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ1.273TTM1.2730.000
TTM1.273YOY1.281-0.008
TTM1.2735Y1.155+0.118
5Y1.15510Y712.895-711.741
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1.3. Liquidity of Janison Education Group Ltd.

1.3. Liquidity
1.3.1. Current Ratio

Measures if Janison is able to pay off Short-term Debt.

  • Above 1.5 is considered healthy (always compare to Software - Application industry mean).
  • A Current Ratio of 0.77 means the company has $0.77 in assets for each $1 in short-term debts.

Let's take a look of the Current Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.770. The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts. -1
  • The TTM is 0.770. The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts. -1
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.770TTM0.7700.000
TTM0.770YOY1.235-0.465
TTM0.7705Y1.440-0.669
5Y1.44010Y2.139-0.699
1.3.2. Quick Ratio

Measures if Janison is able to pay off Short-term Debt but only using the most liquid assets.

  • Above 1 is considered healthy but always compare Janison to the Software - Application industry mean.
  • A Quick Ratio of 0.70 means the company can pay off $0.70 for each $1 in debt (using most liquid assets).

Let's take a look of the Quick Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.701. The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets. -1
  • The TTM is 0.701. The company is just not able to pay all its short-term debts with the most liquid assets. -1
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.701TTM0.7010.000
TTM0.701YOY1.146-0.445
TTM0.7015Y1.339-0.638
5Y1.33910Y10.363-9.024
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1.4. Solvency of Janison Education Group Ltd.

1.3. Liquidity
1.4.1. Debt to Asset Ratio

Measures how much % of Janison assets are financed with debt.

  • Below 1 (100%) is considered healthy but always compare Janison to Software - Application industry mean.
  • A Debt to Asset Ratio of 0.46 means that Janison assets are financed with 46.5% credit (debt) and the remaining percentage (100% - 46.5%) is financed by its owners/shareholders. 

Let's take a look of the Debt to Asset Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.465. The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets. +2
  • The TTM is 0.465. The company is very able to pay all its debts by selling its assets. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.465TTM0.4650.000
TTM0.465YOY0.402+0.063
TTM0.4655Y0.360+0.105
5Y0.36010Y1.029-0.669
1.4.2. Debt to Equity Ratio

Measures if Janison is able to pay off its debts by using shareholders equity.

  • Below 2 is considered healthy but always compare Janison to the Software - Application industry mean.
  • A Debt to Equity ratio of 86.8% means that company has $0.87 debt for each $1 in shareholders equity.

Let's take a look of the Debt to Equity Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The MRQ is 0.868. The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity. +2
  • The TTM is 0.868. The company is very able to pay all its debts with equity. +2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
MRQ0.868TTM0.8680.000
TTM0.868YOY0.672+0.197
TTM0.8685Y0.581+0.288
5Y0.58110Y0.511+0.070
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2. Market Valuation of Janison Education Group Ltd

2.1. Earnings Per Share
2.1. Price to Earnings Ratio

Measures how much money you pay for each share for every $1 in earnings Janison generates.

  • Above 15 is considered overpriced but always compare Janison to the Software - Application industry mean.
  • A PE ratio of -8.30 means the investor is paying $-8.30 for every $1 in earnings.

Let's take a look of the Price to Earnings Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The EOD is -6.341. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
  • The MRQ is -8.299. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
  • The TTM is -8.299. Based on the earnings, the company is expensive. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD-6.341MRQ-8.299+1.958
MRQ-8.299TTM-8.2990.000
TTM-8.299YOY-11.905+3.605
TTM-8.2995Y-37.765+29.465
5Y-37.76510Y-19.503-18.262
2.2. Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio

Let's take a look of the Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The EOD is 89.871. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is overpriced. -1
  • The MRQ is 117.625. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
  • The TTM is 117.625. Based on how much money comes from the company's main activities, the company is expensive. -2
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD89.871MRQ117.625-27.754
MRQ117.625TTM117.6250.000
TTM117.625YOY-16.502+134.127
TTM117.6255Y-1.660+119.285
5Y-1.66010Y-17.162+15.502
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2. Book Value per Share
2.3. Price to Book Ratio

Measures if the stock price of Janison is to cheap or to expensive compared to its book value.

  • At or below 1 is considered healthy (always compare to Software - Application industry mean).
  • A PB ratio of 3.68 means the investor is paying $3.68 for each $1 in book value.

Let's take a look of the Price to Book Ratio trends of Janison Education Group Ltd:

  • The EOD is 2.813. Based on the equity, the company is underpriced. +1
  • The MRQ is 3.682. Based on the equity, the company is fair priced.
  • The TTM is 3.682. Based on the equity, the company is fair priced.
Trends
Current periodCompared to+/- 
EOD2.813MRQ3.682-0.869
MRQ3.682TTM3.6820.000
TTM3.682YOY2.573+1.109
TTM3.6825Y3.411+0.271
5Y3.41110Y6.969-3.558
2. Total Gains per Share

3. Holders & Insider Transactions

Let's take a look at which institutions, funds and insiders are holding shares of Janison Education Group Ltd.

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4. Summary

4.1. Key Performance Indicators

The key performance indicators of Janison Education Group Ltd compared to the Most Recent Quarter (MRQ).

 End of day+/-Most Recent QuarterTrailing 12 Months+/-Year-Over-Year+/-5 Year+/-10 Year+/-
Book Value Change Per Share---0.044-0.0440%-0.009-80%0.014-412%0.014-425%
Book Value Per Share--0.1210.1210%0.165-27%0.137-12%0.072+69%
Current Ratio--0.7700.7700%1.235-38%1.440-46%2.139-64%
Debt To Asset Ratio--0.4650.4650%0.402+16%0.360+29%1.029-55%
Debt To Equity Ratio--0.8680.8680%0.672+29%0.581+50%0.511+70%
Dividend Per Share----0%-0%-0%0.001-100%
Eps---0.054-0.0540%-0.036-33%-0.023-57%-0.019-65%
Free Cash Flow Per Share--0.0040.0040%-0.026+781%-0.006+262%-0.005+231%
Free Cash Flow To Equity Per Share--0.0040.0040%-0.019+625%0.019-82%0.010-64%
Gross Profit Margin--1.2471.2470%1.575-21%1.639-24%1.319-5%
Intrinsic Value_10Y_max--0.020--------
Intrinsic Value_10Y_min---0.157--------
Intrinsic Value_1Y_max---0.003--------
Intrinsic Value_1Y_min---0.012--------
Intrinsic Value_3Y_max---0.006--------
Intrinsic Value_3Y_min---0.038--------
Intrinsic Value_5Y_max---0.004--------
Intrinsic Value_5Y_min---0.070--------
Market Cap86905022.720-31%113743338.560113743338.5600%108631278.400+5%122178237.824-7%73971510.515+54%
Net Profit Margin---0.334-0.3340%-0.251-25%-0.170-49%11.512-103%
Operating Margin---0.285-0.2850%-0.291+2%-0.166-42%-17.884+6173%
Operating Ratio--1.2731.2730%1.281-1%1.155+10%712.895-100%
Pb Ratio2.813-31%3.6823.6820%2.573+43%3.411+8%6.969-47%
Pe Ratio-6.341+24%-8.299-8.2990%-11.905+43%-37.765+355%-19.503+135%
Price Per Share0.340-31%0.4450.4450%0.425+5%0.478-7%0.289+54%
Price To Free Cash Flow Ratio89.871-31%117.625117.6250%-16.502+114%-1.660+101%-17.162+115%
Price To Total Gains Ratio-7.670+24%-10.039-10.0390%-48.648+385%-4.366-57%-0.231-98%
Quick Ratio--0.7010.7010%1.146-39%1.339-48%10.363-93%
Return On Assets---0.237-0.2370%-0.129-46%-0.100-58%-0.188-21%
Return On Equity---0.444-0.4440%-0.216-51%-0.170-62%-0.321-28%
Total Gains Per Share---0.044-0.0440%-0.009-80%0.014-412%0.014-412%
Usd Book Value--20076710.80020076710.8000%27440077.800-27%22709715.660-12%11909663.357+69%
Usd Book Value Change Per Share---0.029-0.0290%-0.006-80%0.009-412%0.009-425%
Usd Book Value Per Share--0.0790.0790%0.107-27%0.089-12%0.047+69%
Usd Dividend Per Share----0%-0%-0%0.000-100%
Usd Eps---0.035-0.0350%-0.023-33%-0.015-57%-0.012-65%
Usd Free Cash Flow--628453.300628453.3000%-4278291.700+781%-1019563.120+262%-824875.956+231%
Usd Free Cash Flow Per Share--0.0020.0020%-0.017+781%-0.004+262%-0.003+231%
Usd Free Cash Flow To Equity Per Share--0.0020.0020%-0.012+625%0.012-82%0.006-64%
Usd Market Cap56479574.266-31%73921795.73073921795.7300%70599467.832+5%79403636.762-7%48074084.684+54%
Usd Price Per Share0.221-31%0.2890.2890%0.276+5%0.311-7%0.188+54%
Usd Profit---8906879.500-8906879.5000%-5930337.500-33%-3838829.320-57%-3192034.932-64%
Usd Revenue--26690093.20026690093.2000%23598518.900+13%19752800.640+35%11089327.537+141%
Usd Total Gains Per Share---0.029-0.0290%-0.006-80%0.009-412%0.009-412%
 EOD+4 -4MRQTTM+0 -0YOY+12 -225Y+5 -2910Y+14 -22

4.2. Fundamental Score

Let's check the fundamental score of Janison Education Group Ltd based on Penke's default stock scanner.

Penke's Stock Scanner

  
  
IndicatorConditionValue
Price to Earnings Ratio (EOD)Between0-15-6.341
Price to Book Ratio (EOD)Between0-12.813
Net Profit Margin (MRQ)Greater than0-0.334
Operating Margin (MRQ)Greater than0-0.285
Quick Ratio (MRQ)Greater than10.701
Current Ratio (MRQ)Greater than10.770
Debt to Asset Ratio (MRQ)Less than10.465
Debt to Equity Ratio (MRQ)Less than10.868
Return on Equity (MRQ)Greater than0.15-0.444
Return on Assets (MRQ)Greater than0.05-0.237
Total2/10 (20.0%)

4.3. Technical Score

Let's check the technical score of Janison Education Group Ltd based on Penke's default Symbol scanner.

Penke's Symbol Scanner

  
  
IndicatorConditionValue
RsiGreater than5060.020
Ma 20Greater thanMa 500.324
Ma 50Greater thanMa 1000.284
Ma 100Greater thanMa 2000.280
OpenGreater thanClose0.330
Total3/5 (60.0%)



Reversals in quarterly reports

I have detected a reversal (positive to negative, negative to positive) in the following values of the quarterly reports.

 2019-06-302020-06-302021-06-302022-06-302023-06-30
Net Tangible Assets  6,7595,09911,85811,44123,299-21,7791,520-3,590-2,070
Net Working Capital  2,8704,1066,9769,79916,775-13,1903,585-8,998-5,413



Latest Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet of 2023-06-30. Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.

Summary
Total Assets57,717
Total Liabilities26,825
Total Stockholder Equity30,892
 As reported
Total Liabilities 26,825
Total Stockholder Equity+ 30,892
Total Assets = 57,717

Assets

Total Assets57,717
Total Current Assets18,167
Long-term Assets39,550
Total Current Assets
Cash And Cash Equivalents 12,039
Net Receivables 4,483
Inventory 1,082
Other Current Assets 563
Total Current Assets  (as reported)18,167
Total Current Assets  (calculated)18,167
+/-0
Long-term Assets
Property Plant Equipment 899
Goodwill 6,012
Intangible Assets 26,950
Other Assets 5,689
Long-term Assets  (as reported)39,550
Long-term Assets  (calculated)39,550
+/-0

Liabilities & Shareholders' Equity

Total Current Liabilities23,580
Long-term Liabilities3,245
Total Stockholder Equity30,892
Total Current Liabilities
Short-term Debt 510
Accounts payable 3,656
Other Current Liabilities 13,788
Total Current Liabilities  (as reported)23,580
Total Current Liabilities  (calculated)17,954
+/- 5,626
Long-term Liabilities
Other Liabilities 3,245
Long-term Liabilities  (as reported)3,245
Long-term Liabilities  (calculated)3,245
+/-0
Total Stockholder Equity
Common Stock78,631
Retained Earnings -52,763
Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income 5,024
Total Stockholder Equity (as reported)30,892
Total Stockholder Equity (calculated)30,892
+/-0
Other
Capital Stock78,631
Cash And Equivalents12,039
Cash and Short Term Investments 12,039
Common Stock Shares Outstanding 237,201
Current Deferred Revenue5,626
Liabilities and Stockholders Equity 57,717
Net Debt -11,529
Net Invested Capital 30,892
Net Tangible Assets -2,070
Net Working Capital -5,413
Property Plant and Equipment Gross 1,598
Short Long Term Debt Total 510



Balance Sheet

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.

 Trend2023-06-302022-06-302021-06-302020-06-302019-06-302018-06-302017-06-302016-06-302015-06-302014-06-302013-06-302012-06-302011-06-302010-06-302009-06-302008-06-302007-06-302006-06-302005-06-302004-06-302003-06-302002-06-302001-06-302000-06-301999-06-301998-06-30
> Total Assets 
0
43,793
44,966
49,140
26,535
35,126
38,534
38,209
30,521
35,740
20,666
14,837
16,099
17,284
13,640
3,871
868
1,075
376
123
17,524
38,483
45,573
62,637
70,588
57,717
57,71770,58862,63745,57338,48317,5241233761,0758683,87113,64017,28416,09914,83720,66635,74030,52138,20938,53435,12626,53549,14044,96643,7930
   > Total Current Assets 
0
10,032
0
15,313
14,935
16,003
16,724
15,102
8,339
12,346
9,435
5,973
7,503
8,929
5,366
3,664
818
1,025
356
113
9,327
14,001
16,668
30,564
18,834
18,167
18,16718,83430,56416,66814,0019,3271133561,0258183,6645,3668,9297,5035,9739,43512,3468,33915,10216,72416,00314,93515,313010,0320
       Cash And Cash Equivalents 
0
1,363
316
1,278
5,107
4,449
3,735
1,441
969
78
160
1,464
1,101
1,494
1,192
988
764
992
350
108
3,619
6,025
11,108
23,146
11,820
12,039
12,03911,82023,14611,1086,0253,6191083509927649881,1921,4941,1011,464160789691,4413,7354,4495,1071,2783161,3630
       Short-term Investments 
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00000000000000000000003000
       Net Receivables 
0
8,612
10,861
13,697
9,723
11,211
12,748
13,460
7,258
12,141
8,932
4,303
6,230
7,206
3,919
2,579
54
33
3
3,279
5,059
7,347
4,421
5,039
5,658
4,483
4,4835,6585,0394,4217,3475,0593,279333542,5793,9197,2066,2304,3038,93212,1417,25813,46012,74811,2119,72313,69710,8618,6120
       Other Current Assets 
0
57
70
335
105
343
241
201
112
127
343
206
172
229
255
97
0
0
4
5
649
-1
-1
1,345
536
563
5635361,345-1-164954009725522917220634312711220124134310533570570
   > Long-term Assets 
0
33,761
33,719
33,828
11,600
19,123
21,810
23,107
22,182
23,394
11,231
8,864
8,596
8,355
8,274
207
50
50
20
10
8,197
24,482
28,905
32,073
51,754
39,550
39,55051,75432,07328,90524,4828,197102050502078,2748,3558,5968,86411,23123,39422,18223,10721,81019,12311,60033,82833,71933,7610
       Property Plant Equipment 
0
1,715
1,983
1,923
1,490
3,767
4,302
6,049
4,209
3,602
3,274
1,368
1,230
1,051
989
89
0
0
0
749
557
634
2,838
3,886
3,400
899
8993,4003,8862,838634557749000899891,0511,2301,3683,2743,6024,2096,0494,3023,7671,4901,9231,9831,7150
       Goodwill 
0
31,418
0
31,016
1,031
3,049
3,717
3,266
10,661
14,319
6,970
7,213
7,213
7,213
7,213
0
0
0
0
230
230
5,829
6,011
6,011
6,011
6,012
6,0126,0116,0116,0115,82923023000007,2137,2137,2137,2136,97014,31910,6613,2663,7173,0491,03131,016031,4180
       Intangible Assets 
0
0
31,427
31,016
8,256
11,537
13,063
13,092
2,382
2,557
986
211
81
23
4
50
50
50
20
10
2,265
12,619
14,072
15,145
34,691
26,950
26,95034,69115,14514,07212,6192,2651020505050423812119862,5572,38213,09213,06311,5378,25631,01631,42700
       Other Assets 
0
0
309
888
823
768
728
698
833
509
0
71
71
67
67
67
0
0
0
451
5,145
5,401
5,983
6,993
7,553
5,689
5,6897,5536,9935,9835,4015,1454510006767677171050983369872876882388830900
> Total Liabilities 
0
3,343
4,516
8,246
9,408
17,111
19,463
19,383
10,541
14,234
9,636
8,488
9,756
7,708
3,433
7,819
6,268
137
206
39
4,779
13,276
13,632
18,182
28,366
26,825
26,82528,36618,18213,63213,2764,779392061376,2687,8193,4337,7089,7568,4889,63614,23410,54119,38319,46317,1119,4088,2464,5163,3430
   > Total Current Liabilities 
0
3,155
4,367
7,772
6,978
8,857
14,140
10,439
7,379
11,273
7,604
6,690
7,501
5,685
2,405
7,819
6,268
137
206
39
4,708
11,131
9,692
13,789
15,249
23,580
23,58015,24913,7899,69211,1314,708392061376,2687,8192,4055,6857,5016,6907,60411,2737,37910,43914,1408,8576,9787,7724,3673,1550
       Short-term Debt 
0
0
0
3
0
90
62
2,710
2,256
5,342
2,293
2,521
2,237
2,452
143
790
0
0
0
2,959
0
248
248
865
940
510
51094086524824802,9590007901432,4522,2372,5212,2935,3422,2562,710629003000
       Short Long Term Debt 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,959
0
0
0
0
0
0
0000002,9590000000000000000000
       Accounts payable 
0
0
3,076
5,570
5,660
6,895
7,639
6,477
155
197
683
433
1,104
313
151
62
834
127
196
348
1,003
587
925
308
1,992
3,656
3,6561,9923089255871,003348196127834621513131,1044336831971556,4777,6396,8955,6605,5703,07600
       Other Current Liabilities 
0
978
1,291
2,520
1,318
1,872
6,439
1,252
4,968
5,734
4,628
3,736
4,160
2,920
2,111
6,967
5,434
10
10
12
1,788
8,577
3,922
6,118
6,579
13,788
13,7886,5796,1183,9228,5771,7881210105,4346,9672,1112,9204,1603,7364,6285,7344,9681,2526,4391,8721,3182,5201,2919780
   > Long-term Liabilities 
0
188
0
475
2,430
8,254
5,323
8,944
3,162
2,961
2,032
1,798
2,255
2,023
1,028
0
0
0
0
0
71
2,145
3,940
4,393
13,117
3,245
3,24513,1174,3933,9402,14571000001,0282,0232,2551,7982,0322,9613,1628,9445,3238,2542,43047501880
       Long term Debt Total 
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,023
2,538
1,984
0
01,9842,5382,0230000000000000000000000
       Other Liabilities 
0
0
69
415
418
4,983
2,089
2,638
2,669
2,374
2,032
1,098
1,155
1,023
914
0
0
0
0
88
71
2,145
1,918
1,855
11,133
3,245
3,24511,1331,8551,9182,145718800009141,0231,1551,0982,0322,3742,6692,6382,0894,9834184156900
> Total Stockholder Equity
0
40,450
40,450
40,894
17,127
18,015
19,071
18,826
19,980
21,506
11,030
6,349
6,343
9,576
10,207
-3,948
-5,400
938
170
84
12,745
25,207
31,941
44,455
42,222
30,892
30,89242,22244,45531,94125,20712,74584170938-5,400-3,94810,2079,5766,3436,34911,03021,50619,98018,82619,07118,01517,12740,89440,45040,4500
   Common Stock
0
40,450
40,450
40,308
17,164
17,876
17,876
17,805
17,805
19,665
19,665
21,615
24,199
27,001
27,001
27,051
27,054
28,704
28,704
28,704
35,104
47,549
56,343
71,794
77,731
78,631
78,63177,73171,79456,34347,54935,10428,70428,70428,70427,05427,05127,00127,00124,19921,61519,66519,66517,80517,80517,87617,87617,16440,30840,45040,4500
   Retained Earnings Total Equity00000000000000000000000000
   Accumulated Other Comprehensive Income 
0
-1,695
0
-3,124
-3,759
-4
91
32
-766
-55
94
41
41
55
59
9
-4,718
85
85
85
649
1,949
2,282
2,594
3,549
5,024
5,0243,5492,5942,2821,949649858585-4,71895955414194-55-7663291-4-3,759-3,1240-1,6950
   Capital Surplus 00000000000000000000000000
   Treasury Stock00000000000000000000000000
   Other Stockholders Equity 
0
1,695
0
3,124
3,759
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
649
1,949
-29,659
-41,861
-38,673
-25,868
-25,868-38,673-41,861-29,6591,9496490000000000000003,7593,12401,6950



Balance Sheet

Currency in AUD. All numbers in thousands.