This indicator is calculated as the percentage change in Revenue for one year.
(Revenue (current) - Revenue (prev. Period)) / Revenue (prev. Period) * 100%
When investing in a company, it is important to see how it grows over time. Comparison of a company's Revenue growth over one period with another gives a clear picture of the growth rate of its revenue and can help investors determine the catalyst for such growth. While strong annual revenue growth is one indicator of success, it is important to investigate the sequence of growth over time. For example, some companies, such as travel companies, may regularly have dull revenue growth at certain times of the year and large surges at other times.