SNSN schreef op 16 okt 2018 om 19:07:
Ok, let's try tomorrow. Just why do you need that?
Actually some pieces, you are interested in, can be found in old posts (Sep 2017 - Jan 2018).
By the way, should be really interested, you can do the job yourself. Though, may take quite some time. If briefly, just take a look, for instance, at the 'net booking' reported each quarter (and read definitions provided by the company). Than try to get relations between the 'net booking' at time 'T' and 'net sales' at time 'T+1' for such type of companies (don't forget about production cycles, duration, capacity, its flexibility, etc., etc.). Than compare the 'net bookings' (time "T") with 'net sales' (time "T+1") reported for each quarter for at least last 2.5 years (read post from Sep 16, 14.42). Than compare all these with 'expected sales' reported (at time "T") for each next quarter, i.e. for time "T+1".
Working hard, you'll get interesting/impressive results.
Good luck with your homework.
PS. This is just a first step. The next step will be to take a look (and compare) your findings with actual (also intraday) 'price actions' at each time "T" and "T+1".