Forward Revenue

Forward Revenue also known as Forward Earnings or Future Earnings is the periodic revenue projected for the next 12 months (often next fiscal year).

Forward Revenue is a projection but oftentimes in case of SaaS companies, it is used to estimate the value of such companies.

Forward Revenue is estimated by analysts and is made of near-term revenues, margins, and other financial data that may or may not affect how the revenue changes over the next year in regards to a certain company.

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