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Free Cash Flow…
May 30, 2008, 4:24 am
Filed under: Investment Story

Operating cash flow is the amount of cash a company creates from its operations, unvarnished by earnings that come from things like asset sales. Free cash flow — considered an even purer measure of a company’s true profitability — subtracts from operating cash flow the money going into capital investments. It’s “as close as there is to a silver bullet when it comes to sorting out good companies from the pretenders,” says David Sowerby, a portfolio manager at Loomis Sayles & Co

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Nice writing style. I will come back to read more posts from you.

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