-Total Rev $574M +79% from $321M
beat est. $491M by 17%
-Platform Revenue +101%
-Total Gross profit +139%
-Platform Gross profit of 67% up from 56%
-EBITDA positive $126M up from a loss -$55M
-Operating expenses were only up 28% on 79% revenue growth.
Revenue up 35% YoY to $85M
NonGaap GM of 60.1%, loss $13M
Enterprise customers 336, up from 324 in Q4 2020
Average enterprise customer spend $800,000, up from $782,000 in Q4 2020
$FSLY Signal Sciences
Total customer count of 293, up from 280 at the end of Q4 202
Enterprise customer count of 86, up from 78 at the end of Q4 2020
Approximately 25% overlap with existing Fastly enterprise customers
$FSLY Letter highlights a Compute@Edge customer that worked with Google and Roku to dispute connected TV botnets.
$SKLZ Call -
CEO: We are excited to expand our games to synchronous categories including FPS and RTS games. We are currently working with developer partners to test the technology. We anticipate growing to other categories such as battle royale.
We are focusing on partnering with brands. We imagine a world where all brands have their own games where players can [win prizes, etc].
$PINS 60-62 is in the perfect zone for me if we aren't entering a bear market. Its just off the 200day pysch level where everyone wants to buy. So if it doesn't get much worse, those people will all miss their buy orders and panic buy if it reverses.
Started a small $FB position in the LT portfolio. Will DCA this as its looking at a gap fill.
$SKLZ - Wolfpack, do you know people can look this stuff up? The largest existing shareholders sold less than 2% of their holdings in the offering. If I own 100 shares of $AAPL and sell 2 shares, that doesn't make me bearish on the company.
Wolfpack's short report on $SKLZ says "We’ve rarely experienced so many interviews with former employees who universally share such a negative opinion of their company’s CEO as we did with SKLZ and Andrew Paradise."
Compare to Glassdoor 85% CEO approval with nearly 200 reviews.