The sum of a company's revenues over the trailing twelve months. The following are included in what we consider revenue:
Net Sales of retail and manufacturing companies.
Interest Income as well as Fees, Service Charges, Investment Gains, etc. for banks and savings and loans.
Premiums and Investment Income, etc. for insurance companies.
All other income from financial services.
All transportation service revenue from Airlines, Railroads.
All utility service revenue from electric, gas, telecommunications.
This figure gives a more accurate picture of a company’s recent performance than the most recent annual revenue figure, which may be more than a year old. A growing company’s TTM revenue should generally be higher than its Y1 revenue; if it’s not, this could be a sign that something is wrong.
This information is found in the company’s most recent 10-Q report.