Sales, 3 Year Compound Annual Growth Rate

What is the definition of Sales 3y CAGR %?

Sales growth shows the increase in sales over a specific period of time.

The CAGR formula is the following: (current year's value / value 3 years ago) ^ (1/3) - 1

NOTE: If the starting year's figure is zero, the CAGR is not defined.

Stockopedia explains Sales 3y CAGR %...

Sales growth is important because it suggests that demand for a company's products or services will be sustained or increasing in the future.

Growth rates differ by industry and company size. Sales growth of 5-10% is usually considered good for large-cap companies, while for mid-cap and small-cap companies, sales growth of over 10% is more achievable.

It is important to distinguish however between organic sales growth and acquisitive growth, as the former is more sustainable.

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