Tonight after the bell, Tilray (NASDAQ: TLRY) released their second quarter earnings. Which included the following highlights for the quarter:
- The company generated $41.9M in Revenue (net of excise tax)
- Generated approximately $26M in Cannabis Revenue including approximately $15M in Canadian Adult Use Cannabis.
- Lost $17.9M in Adjusted EBITDA
- Generated a Gross Margin on cannabis of 27%
Quarter on Quarter Results
Some of the key quarter on quarter numbers include:
|Gross Margin %||23.4%||26.7%||14.4%|
The Manitoba Harvest Acquisition
In Q1, Tilray purchased Manitoba Havest, the world’s largest hemp-food company for $310 million. The purchase goal is to develop hemp-derived CBD food and wellness products to be released in the US and Canada. The terms of the acquisition can be found here, creating:
From Compass Diversified Holding’s 2018 Annual Report, we found that Manitoba Harvest made $6.4M in adjusted EBITDA. Representing an acquisition price of over 46x EBITDA.
The Expectations Going vs. Reality
Analysts surveyed by FactSet estimated losses of 28 cents a share on net revenue of $40.3 million. And the company reported a second-quarter net loss of 36 cents a share, on reported revenue of $41.9 million (net of excise tax). Analysts estimates for the next quarter going into today include losses of 26 cents a share on sales of $50.8 million.
All figures in this article are in US Dollars.
Tilray closed the day up 8.38% to $46.02. And is down approximately 10% in after hours trading at the time of this article.
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