Medmen Enterprises (CSE: MMEN) last night reminded investors why Canaccord Genuity had a long standing $0.00 price target on the name. The firm reported its fourth quarter financial results, posting $42.0 million in revenue for the three month period, along with a net loss of $46.2 million.
Revenues were up 18.5% on a quarter over quarter basis, with the company pointing to Arizona as the reasoning for the improvement. Cost of goods sold meanwhile came in at $22.3 million, resulting in a gross profit of $19.7 million.
The firm however still can’t seem to get its operating expenses under control, reporting $41.4 million in expenses for the three month period. Expenses largely comprised of $33.5 million in selling, general and administrative expenses. Depreciation meanwhile amounted to a further $6.1 million in expenses, resulting in a total loss from operations of $21.7 million.
The loss was then further extended via $10.0 million in other expenses, as well as $10.0 million in interest expenses, leading to a total net loss of $46.2 million for the three month period.
For the full fiscal year, the firm posted revenues of $145.1 million, as well as a net loss of $157.6 million. Revenues were down 6.6% on an annual basis.
In terms of the balance sheet, the company was quick to highlight its total assets of $472.5 million as of year end, which includes $11.9 million in cash. The largest line item overall here is $137.8 million in property and equipment, followed by $115.4 million in intangible assets.
However, the company failed to identify at the same time that its liabilities currently total out at $726.1 million, meaning the firm currently has significant negative shareholder equity. Liabilities consists of liabilities for sale of $33.0 million, and other current liabilities of $142.7 million, as well as $191.1 million in notes payable, and $170.8 million in senior secured convertible credit facilities.
The firm has yet to post full financial results for the quarter.
Medmen Enterprises last traded at $0.40 on the CSE.
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