18 April 2018

FCF Margin

= Free cash flow/Revenue


Whilst all financial metrics have the opportunity to be massaged by accounting practice, we believe that cash is the ultimate arbiter of value creation. Free cash flow margin measures the amount of cash generated by a firm as a proportion of revenue.


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