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This is the Current Enterprise Value divided by the Total Revenue for the last fiscal year. Current Enterprise Value represents Current Market Capitalization minus Cash and Equivalents plus Total Debt, Minority Interest and Preferred Stock for the last fiscal year. Current Market Capitalization is calculated as Current Total Shares Outstanding multiply on Latest Price Close. Total Revenue represents revenue from all of a company.s operating activities after deducting any sales adjustments and their equivalents. NOTE: This item is reported only for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This is the Current Enterprise Value divided by the Total Revenue for the last trailing twelve months period. Current Enterprise Value represents Current Market Capitalization minus Cash and Equivalents plus Total Debt, Minority Interest and Preferred Stock for the last fiscal interim. Current Market Capitalization is calculated as Current Total Shares Outstanding multiply on Latest Price Close. Total Revenue represents revenue from all of a company.s operating activities after deducting any sales adjustments and their equivalents for the most recent trailing twelve months. NOTE: This item is reported only for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This value represents the average Interim Historic Enterprise Value for the last 3 years divided by average of the TTM Interim Total Revenue for the same period. Historic Enterprise Value represents Market Capitalization minus Cash and Equivalents plus Total Debt, Minority Interest and Preferred Stock. Total Revenue represents revenue from all of a company.s operating activities after deducting any sales adjustments and their equivalents. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Total Cash Dividends Paid to shareholders over the last 10 years. Total Cash Dividends Paid is the sum of Cash Dividends Paid Common and Cash Dividends Paid Preferred. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Total Cash Dividends Paid to shareholders over the last 5 years. Total Cash Dividends Paid is the sum of Cash Dividends Paid Common and Cash Dividends Paid Preferred. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Cash Dividends Paid to Common shareholders over the last 10 years. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This growth rate is the compound annual growth rate of Cash Dividends Paid to Common shareholders over the last 5 years. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This is the number of freely traded shares in the hands of the public. Float is calculated as Shares Outstanding minus Shares Owned by Insiders, 5% Owners, and Rule 144 Shares. NOTE: For the first year after an initial public offering (IPO) the float will be the number of shares issued in the IPO.
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This is the number of freely traded shares in the hands of the public as a percentage of Total Shares Outstanding. Float Percent is calculated as Float divided by Total Shares Outstanding where Float is Shares Outstanding minus Shares Owned by Insiders, 5% Owners, and Rule 144 Shares. NOTE: For the first year after an initial public offering (IPO) the float will be the number of shares issued in the IPO.
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Free Operating Cash Flow over the last 10 years. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.
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This is an Annual Trend Growth of Free Operating Cash Flow Excluding Dividends over 10 years. Trend Growth is the Average Annual incremental log linear slope expressed as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Free Operating Cash Flow Excluding Dividends is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures.
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This is an Annual Trend Growth of Free Operating Cash Flow over 10 years. Trend Growth is the Average Annual incremental log linear slope expressed as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.
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This is an Annual Trend Momentum of Free Operating Cash Flow over 10 years. Trend Momentum is derived for the most recent period by subtracting the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Subtract from the most recent period % deviation the % deviation of the prior period. Express this difference in % deviation as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.
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This is an Annual Trend Volatility of Free Operating Cash Flow over 10 years. Trend Volatility is derived by subtract the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Repeat this for each observation and average the .absolute. results to derive a % Mean Absolute Deviation. Express this result as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Free Operating Cash Flow over the last 3 years. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative, the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Free Operating Cash Flow over the last 5 years. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid. NOTE: If the value for either the most recent year or the oldest year is zero or negative, the growth rate cannot be calculated, a 'NA' (Not Available) code will be used.
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This is an Interim Trend Growth of Free Operating Cash Flow Excluding Dividends over 5 years. Trend Growth is the Average Annual incremental log linear slope expressed as a percentage. Required 11 latest semi-annual or 21 latest quarterly periods. Free Operating Cash Flow Excluding Dividends is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures.
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This is an Interim Trend Growth of Free Operating Cash Flow over 5 years. Trend Growth is the Average Annual incremental log linear slope expressed as a percentage. Required 11 latest semi-annual or 21 latest quarterly periods. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.
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This is an Interim Trend Momentum of Free Operating Cash Flow over 5 years. Trend Momentum is derived for the most recent period by subtracting the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Subtract from the most recent period % deviation the % deviation of the prior period. Express this difference in % deviation as a percentage. Required 11 latest semi-annual or 21 latest quarterly periods. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 687
This is an Interim Trend Volatility of Free Operating Cash Flow over 5 years. Trend Volatility is derived by subtract the log linear Estimated index value (in index value units) from the Actual index value and divide by the Estimated index value to derive a % deviation. Repeat this for each observation and average the .absolute. results to derive a % Mean Absolute Deviation. Express this result as a percentage. Required 11 latest semi-annual or 21 latest quarterly periods. Free Operating Cash Flow is calculated as Cash From Operations minus Capital Expenditures and Dividends Paid.