Definition

Trailing 12 Months

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Trailing 12 Months (TTM) is used when a particular data from the past twelve successive months is used to evaluate a company’s performance. It is to be noted that TTM period does not represent a fiscal year ending period, it only comprises the past 12 months from the current date.

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