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Commonwealth Income And Growth Fund Vii Lp's Suppliers Performance

CIGF7's Supply Chain

 
CIGF7 Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Commonwealth Income And Growth Fund Vii Lp's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 9.62 % year on year in Q1 2021, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -0.42 %, while their net margin rose to 14.59 % year on year, compare to previous quarter CIGF7's Suppliers had lower net margin at -0.42 %,

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Commonwealth Income And Growth Fund Vii Lp's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 9.62 % year on year in Q1 2021, from the previous quarter, sales fell by -0.42 %, while their net margin rose to 14.59 % year on year, compare to previous quarter CIGF7's Suppliers had lower net margin at -0.42 %,

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Commonwealth Income And Growth Fund Vii Lp's Comment on Supply Chain


The General Partner, at its discretion, may cause the Partnership to incur debt in the maximum aggregate amount of 30% of the aggregate cost of the equipment owned by the Partnership, or subject to conditional sales contracts. The Partnership will incur only non-recourse debt that is secured by equipment and lease income therefrom. Such leveraging permits the Partnership to increase the aggregate amount of its depreciable assets, and, as a result, potentially increases both its lease revenues and its federal income tax deductions above the levels that would be achieved without leveraging. There is no limit on the amount of debt that may be incurred in connection with the acquisition of any single item of equipment. Any debt incurred is fully amortized over the term of the initial lease or conditional sales contract to which the equipment securing the debt is subject. The precise amount borrowed by the Partnership depends on a number of factors, including the types of equipment acquired by the Partnership; the creditworthiness of the lessee; the availability of suitable financing; and prevailing interest rates. There can be no assurance that credit will be available to the Partnership in the amount or at the time desired or on terms considered reasonable by the General Partner.

Subject to the limitations set forth in “Borrowing Policies” above, the Partnership may refinance its debt from time to time. With respect to a particular item of equipment, the General Partner will take into consideration such factors as the amount of appreciation in value, if any, to be realized, the possible risks of continued ownership, and the anticipated advantages to be obtained for the Partnership, as compared to selling such equipment.

Equipment management services for the Partnership’s equipment are provided by the General Partner and its affiliates and by persons employed by the General Partner. Such services will consist of collection of income from the equipment, negotiation and review of leases, conditional sales contracts and sales agreements, releasing and leasing-related services, payment of operating expenses, periodic physical inspections and market surveys, servicing indebtedness secured by equipment, general supervision of lessees to assure that they are properly utilizing and operating equipment, providing related services with respect to equipment, supervising, monitoring and reviewing services performed by others with respect to equipment and preparing monthly equipment operating statements and related reports.

 


Commonwealth Income And Growth Fund Vii Lp's Comment on Supply Chain


The General Partner, at its discretion, may cause the Partnership to incur debt in the maximum aggregate amount of 30% of the aggregate cost of the equipment owned by the Partnership, or subject to conditional sales contracts. The Partnership will incur only non-recourse debt that is secured by equipment and lease income therefrom. Such leveraging permits the Partnership to increase the aggregate amount of its depreciable assets, and, as a result, potentially increases both its lease revenues and its federal income tax deductions above the levels that would be achieved without leveraging. There is no limit on the amount of debt that may be incurred in connection with the acquisition of any single item of equipment. Any debt incurred is fully amortized over the term of the initial lease or conditional sales contract to which the equipment securing the debt is subject. The precise amount borrowed by the Partnership depends on a number of factors, including the types of equipment acquired by the Partnership; the creditworthiness of the lessee; the availability of suitable financing; and prevailing interest rates. There can be no assurance that credit will be available to the Partnership in the amount or at the time desired or on terms considered reasonable by the General Partner.

Subject to the limitations set forth in “Borrowing Policies” above, the Partnership may refinance its debt from time to time. With respect to a particular item of equipment, the General Partner will take into consideration such factors as the amount of appreciation in value, if any, to be realized, the possible risks of continued ownership, and the anticipated advantages to be obtained for the Partnership, as compared to selling such equipment.

Equipment management services for the Partnership’s equipment are provided by the General Partner and its affiliates and by persons employed by the General Partner. Such services will consist of collection of income from the equipment, negotiation and review of leases, conditional sales contracts and sales agreements, releasing and leasing-related services, payment of operating expenses, periodic physical inspections and market surveys, servicing indebtedness secured by equipment, general supervision of lessees to assure that they are properly utilizing and operating equipment, providing related services with respect to equipment, supervising, monitoring and reviewing services performed by others with respect to equipment and preparing monthly equipment operating statements and related reports.

 



CIGF7's Suppliers Net Income grew by CIGF7's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q1 to
55.65 % 14.59 %


Commonwealth Income And Growth Fund Vii Lp's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q1 2021 by Industry

Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      9.15 %
Suppliers in Investment Services Industry    
Suppliers in Professional Services Industry -8.06 %   
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry      18.16 %
Suppliers in Computer Hardware Industry      6.97 %
Suppliers in Computer Networks Industry      7.02 %
Suppliers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      2.73 %
Suppliers in Computer processing and cloud services Industry -1.09 %   
Suppliers in Semiconductors Industry      2.63 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      3.38 %
Suppliers in Consumer Electronics Industry      165.81 %
     
• CIGF7 Suppliers Valuation • CIGF7 Segment Rev. Growth • CIGF7 Segment Inc. Growth • CIGF7 Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





CIGF7's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Commonwealth Income and Growth Fund Vii Lp 0 2 -1 45
Apollo Global Management Inc 13,952 6,118 4,269 945
Mdc Holdings Inc 847 806 14 253
Ares Management Corporation 11,911 3,057 765 870
Broadcom Inc 208,833 25,553 4,883 0
Avid Technology Inc 1,670 368 21 1,522
Broadcom Corp 0 0 0 8,000
Canon Inc 25,652 28,638 869 194,151
Cavium, Inc. 6,006 985 -60 1,895
Cisco Systems Inc 238,388 48,846 10,218 70,000
Dell Technologies Inc 77,263 93,797 5,915 0
Scandium International Mining Corp 0 0 -1 70,000
Falconstor Software Inc 28 15 2 81
F5 Networks Inc 13,237 2,468 278 4,178
Turtle Beach Corporation 536 418 51 135
Hp inc 38,182 57,667 3,234 0
International Business Machines Corporation 130,268 74,401 5,334 379,592
Intel Corporation 220,781 77,615 18,555 106,700
Kyocera Corp 20,233 13,537 1,045 75,940
Lexmark International Inc 0 0 0 12,700
Mellanox Technologies ltd 7,199 1,331 205 2,448
Marvell Technology Inc 43,108 2,699 1,584 3,749
Microsemi Corp 8,221 1,894 176 2,100
Macom Technology Solutions Holdings Inc 4,318 599 38 1,800
Ncr Corp 5,948 6,248 -71 30,200
Netapp Inc 18,716 5,741 649 12,810
Nutanix Inc 7,526 1,332 -861 2,813
Oracle Corporation 263,925 77,937 13,746 132,000
Pmc Sierra Inc 0 890 -32 1,442
Plantronics Inc 1,338 1,803 -19 0
Qorvo Inc 22,533 4,015 734 8,300
Sigma Designs Inc 11 66 -120 409
Skyworks Solutions Inc 31,428 4,755 1,419 8,400
Unisys Corp 1,542 2,099 -483 23,200
Xerox Holdings Corporation 5,280 6,872 233 0
SUBTOTAL 1,428,879 552,569 72,590 1,156,633


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