On November 23rd, Organigram Holdings (TSX: OGI) announced its fourth quarter fiscal 2021 results. The company reported net revenues of $24.85 million, up 22% year over year, while the cost of goods sold came in at $25.87 million greater than the net revenues. The firm also reported adjusted EBITDA of ($4.82) million and a net loss of $25.97 million. While the company reported a 7% market share in the Canadian recreational cannabis market, up from 5.4% last quarter.
A number of analysts cut their 12-month price targets on Organigram, bringing the average to C$3.55, or a 32% upside to the current stock price. Organigram has 12 analysts covering the stock, with 1 analyst having a strong buy rating, 2 have buy ratings and 9 have hold ratings. The street high sits at C$5.50 from Cantor Fitzgerald while the lowest sits at C$2.65.
In Canaccord’s fiscal fourth quarter review note, they reiterate their hold rating but lower Organigram’s 12-month price target to C$3.00 from C$3.50, saying, “An encouraging end to the fiscal year while macro challenges remain.”
For the quarterly results, Organigram came in slightly below Canaccord’s revenue estimate of $23.84 million but beat their adjusted gross margin estimate by almost $1.1 million. Canaccord says that the revenue and adjusted gross margin beat is due to Organigram increasing market share this quarter thanks to its SHRED value-priced flower and edibles.
Canaccord says that the quarterly results are overall better than their estimates but say “adj GM% is still ~1,800bp below levels on a YoY basis, as overall pricing in the sector continues to contract.” They additionally warn that the company has a significant portion of revenues derived from the value segment and that this segment will continue to see margin compression.
Below you can see Canaccord’s updated fiscal 2022 estimates.
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