6 – How to Find the Intrinsic Value of a Stock

2020-12-07

Earnings Are Optional But Cash Is King

In addition to the earnings metrics covered in FAST Graphs Value-You Academy No. 5, subscribers also have access to cash flow and intrinsic value metrics. With this FAST Graphs Value-You Academy installment, Bill Kay will break down and illustrate the differences and how they are generated on the 2 primary cash flow metrics-operating cash flow and free cash flow. Additionally, he will cover the intrinsic value metrics-EBITDA and EBIT as well as net change in cash. Publicly traded companies report their financial results in different ways for various reasons. Bill will illustrate the difference between the metrics available in FAST Graphs:

Cash Flow Correlations

  • Operating Cash Flow (OCF,FFO)
  • Free Cash Flow (FCF,AFFO)

Intrinsic Value Correlations

  • EBITDA/share (EBITDA)
  • EBIT/share (EBIT)
  • Net Change in Cash (CFL)

We are going to lock at the balance of the earnings correlations in FAST Graphs.

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