Trailing Twelve Month: the timeframe of the past 12 months used for reporting financial figures. A company’s trailing 12 months is a representation of its financial performance for a 12-month period, but typically not at its fiscal year-end. Since quarterly reports rarely report on the company’s performance over the previous 12 months, TTM tends to be calculated manually or is found on various websites.

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