Ahead of you: How many units need to be sold for another trader before your inventory starts selling.

Available for Sale Date: Date when your inventory is expected to start selling.

Balance: Available cash balance in your account to withdraw or to use for another purchase

Consumer or Customer: The end consumer of products is selling

Marketing Campaign: Name of the marketing campaign for a product

Marketing Cost: How much spent on marketing

Opt-out Price: Price offered to another trader to buy remaining inventory -- cannot be more than original unit cost

Opt-Out: Option to resell a trader's remaining inventory to another trader on

Paid out: Amount paid out to the trader

Profit Share %: Trader percentage share of the gross profit after all selling costs are deducted

Profit: Your profit on sales orders after all costs are deducted

Purchase Amount: Amount of money paid by a trader to purchase inventory

Purchase Offer: Offer to trader/s from of newly available inventory for purchase

Purchase Order Date: Date when a purchase order is placed by a trader and the money is received by

Purchase Order: The order by a trader to purchase product/s inventory from

Quantity: Quantity of product/s purchased by a trader from

Remaining: Number of units remaining in a trader's inventory

Restock Offer: Offer trader/s from to restock an existing product in a trader's inventory

ROI % on Purchase Amount: Return on Investment percentage on total purchase amount. (For example: if purchase amount is $1,000 and profit made so far is $100, then ROI % on purchase amount is 10%.)

ROI % on Sales: Return on Investment percentage on sold units. (For example: Item cost $10, Trader Profit $2, then ROI% on sales is 20%.)

Sales Channels: Online marketplaces and e-commerce websites where sells products to the end consumer

Sales Order Date: The date an order is placed by a consumer and the transaction is completed.

Sales Order ID: ID of an order placed by a consumer (transaction completed).

Sales Order Promotional Discount: The amount of a discount applied to this order when purchased by consumer.

Sales Order Quantity: The quantity of an item sold when an order is placed by a consumer and the transaction is completed.

Sales Order Shipping Fees: Cost of shipping the product to the consumer.

Sales Order Sold on: The sales channel on which this order is placed by a consumer and on which the transaction is completed.

Sales Order: Order placed by a consumer to buy a product (transaction completed).

Sales: How many units sold before any costs are deducted

Selling Fees: Sales channel fees (Amazon, eBay, Etsy….). These fees vary among sales channels.

SKU: Stock Keeping Unit - a product's unique number for inventory management.

Sold units cost: Total cost of all sold units in a trader's inventory.

Sold within Period: Period during which a trader's inventory is expected to be sold out.

Sold: Number of units sold from a trader's inventory

Suppliers: Suppliers and manufacturers from whom sources products

Total Balance: Lifetime balance

Trader: A user who trades by purchasing product inventory from us

Transaction Amount: Amount of cash in the transaction

Transaction Date: The date the transaction is completed

Transaction Type: Trader account transactions (purchase amount paid, withdrawal amount).

Unit Cost: Cost per unit, including but not limited to: item cost from supplier, logistics, customs and duty, preparation, shipping to fulfillment centers)

Unit: One item of inventory

Withdrawal: Amount of cash a trader withdraws from their balance