Trailing 12 Months

Trailing 12 Months,

Trailing 12 Months:

12 Month Trailing (TTM) is a term that describes the company's performance statistics for the past 12 months and is used to report financial data. The 12-month period is not the usual period.

  • The last 12 months (TTM) for the presentation of financial statistics is the data period of the last 12 months.
  • A 12-month deal represents your financial performance over a 12-month period. This is not usually the end of the business period.
  • Over the last twelve months, investors are presented with current and seasonal adjustments.

Literal Meanings of Trailing 12 Months

Trailing:

Meanings of Trailing:
  1. A sign or series of signs or gestures that are out of one's curriculum or something.

  2. A long line or thin line that is chasing or hanging from something.

  3. Traveled well in rural areas.

  4. Movie or show show.

  5. The back of a gun compartment that slips or slips on the floor when the gun is fired.

  6. Dragging behind an image or someone.

  7. Walk or walk slowly or get tired.

  8. Track the rest (person or animal) with marks or odors.

  9. You lose your opponent's game or competition.

  10. Promote in advance (film, program or proposal)

  11. Apply (clean) nozzle or nozzle to decorate ceramic items.

Sentences of Trailing
  1. Blood stains on grass

  2. Smoke trail

  3. Malik Bagh with natural trails

  4. New TV track from "The Bill"

  5. Alex put his hand in the clear water

  6. He hesitated to go out to the store

  7. Sam suspected they were following him

  8. Defending champions led 10: 5 in the first half

  9. The bank's plans were long overdue

Synonyms of Trailing

series, stream, string, line, chain, row, succession, train, wake, tail, slipstream, path, beaten path, pathway, way, footpath, track, course, road, route, drag, sweep, be drawn, draw, dangle, hang, hang down, tow

Months:

Meanings of Months:
  1. Each of the twelve periods mentioned, in which one year is divided. Period between the same dates in consecutive months of the calendar; A period of 28 days or four weeks.

Sentences of Months
  1. The first six months of 1992