Est Cash Flow from Financing Yield

Financing Cash Flow Yield is a valuation ratio that shows what return expressed as financing cash flow an investor will get for each dollar of his/her investment in company’s Shares. It is calculated as Financing Cash Flow divided by Market Cap.

Financing cash flow express changes in Debt and shares issues and buybacks. If Financing cash flow negative than company either reduced its’ debt or made buybacks or both. These operations increase shareholders value. Thus, generally, the lower the ratio, the better.

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