Free Cash Flow

What is Free Cash Flow?

Free Cash Flow (FCF) represents the cash that a company generates as a result of its activities, excluding expenses on assets. Free Cash Flow is sometimes considered the hardest financial metric to fake because of its calculation and for that reason, it’s a popular financial metric in the investor community.

Why is Free Cash Flow important?

Free Cash Flow signals a company's ability to pay debts and dividends, repurchase shares and contribute to business growth.

How is Free Cash Flow calculated?

Free Cash Flow is Cash From Operating Activities minus Capital Expenditures - Fixed Assets.

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