ASIN: Amazon Standard Identification Number, unique blocks of 10 letters and/or numbers that identify items on Amazon.
Total Cost: the total cost for you to purchase a single product is the cost of goods minus any discount of the supplier.
Buy Box Price: the price in the Buy Box that a customer is charged for his purchase.
Profit (amount in $): the amount that is left over after all costs are deducted.
ROI (percentage): Return on Investment, here is a good article about how to calculate your ROI.
Margin (percentage): the percentage of revenue remaining after all costs, depreciation, interest, taxes, and other expenses have been deducted. The formula is: (Total Sales – Total Expenses)/Total Sales = Profit Margin.
BSR: short for Best Sellers Rank. The lower the BSR, the better a product sells on Amazon.
Category: the product category of the product that is analyzed, for instance Home Improvement or Toys, etc.
Is Top Level Category: (True or False) this is an indication if a BSR is for a top level category or not. If it is not, the BSR is not valid for the top-level category and will sell less than expected from a top-level category.
Number of Sellers: the total amount of sellers, FBA and FBM.
Estimated Sales per Month: the number of sales for the product that a program like JungleScout predicts by using several parameters in their software.
Competitive Sellers: usually, the amount of FBA sellers.
Share of Units per Month: the number of products that a program like JungleScout predicts you will sell, which is the total amount of predicted sales divided by the number of Competitive Sellers.
Share of Sales per Month: the amount of products in dollars that a program like JungleScout predicts you will sell, which is the total amount of predicted revenue divided by the number of Competitive Sellers.
Share of Profit per Month: your share of the amount of revenue a product make a month.
Weight (pounds): the total weight of the product.
Length (inches): the total length of the product.
Height (inches): the total height of the product.
Width (inches): the total width of the product.
Size Tier: a special category for products. Read more about it here.
Inbound Shipping: a setting in the “options” of Wholesale Inspector that can be set. You define the Inbound Shipping Rate ($ / lb). You define this yourself before you run the software. If you do not set it, it will automatically show as 0.
Prep Cost: a setting in the “options” of Wholesale Inspector that can be set by yourself and reflects the average costs you make for a single product in a prep facility.
Storage Fees: the storage fee is calculated based on the daily average volume (in cubic feet) of storage space your inventory occupies in Amazon’s fulfillment centers. Amazon alone owns the calculation used to determine the fee you will pay, and they even specify this in Seller Central.
FBA Fees: this is your entire pick-through-shipment fee and includes order picking and packing, shipping cost, packing boxes, and inner packaging. It even covers returns processing, though not for items in categories with free customer returns.
Referral Fees: the referral fee is a fee Amazon charges you every time you sell a product. It is a percentage of the total sales price and is usually 15%.
Net Revenue: the Buy Box price minus FBA fees and referral fees.
Keepa (link): a program that shows (among other things) price and Buy Box history of a product. Keepa used to be fully free. It has a paid version since 2019.
CCC: (link) refers to Camel Camel Camel, a program that shows (among other things) price history of a product.
Add to Seller Central (link to directly add to your account): a clickable link that takes you directly to your Seller Central account if you are allowed to sell this product and add it to your inventory.
Flags: any things that you need to be aware of.
Yes, an impressive amount of data. If your original SKU list you received from your supplier would just have UPC codes, price and supplier SKU, you would still get all this data back online or in a downloadable spreadsheet (Excel). See the picture below for an impression of what you get when you use Wholesale Inspector.