Sentage Holdings (NASDAQ:SNTG) has released its full year 2022 results, revealing a net loss of US$2.56 million. This represents a 134% increase in losses compared to the previous fiscal year. The loss per share also worsened, with a figure of US$1.08, compared to US$0.46 in FY 2021.
All financial figures mentioned in the chart above pertain to the trailing 12-month (TTM) period.
In more positive news, Sentage Holdings' shares have experienced a significant increase of 149% in just one week.
Turning to risk analysis, it is important to note that every company faces risks. In the case of Sentage Holdings, we have identified four warning signs, three of which are particularly concerning. Investors should be aware of these risks.
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