Est Cash Flow from Investing
Cash flow from investing or cash flow from investing activities represents the change of cash due to investment gains (proceeds from disposal of property, plant and equipment, receipts from disposal of debt and equity instruments of other entities etc.) and investment losses (CAPEX, purchase of debt or equity instruments of other entities etc.). Along with cash flow from operations and cash flow from financing cash flow from investing is a part of company’s Cash flow.
Cash flow from investing could be either positive or negative. The main source of decrease of cash flow from investing is CAPEX (except sectors with low CAPEX needs, such as Financials). That is why negative cash flow from investing is not always a bad signal because company may spend a lot as CAPEX to expand its business scale.
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