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Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 1338
This is an Interim Trend Momentum of Free Cash Flow, Levered 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 Cash Flow, Levered represents EBITDA minus Income Tax, Total, Cash Interest Paid and Capital Expenditures. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This is an Interim Trend Volatility of Free Cash Flow, Levered 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 Cash Flow, Levered represents EBITDA minus Income Tax, Total, Cash Interest Paid and Capital Expenditures. NOTE: This value is only available for Industrial and Utility companies.
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This is an Annual Trend Growth of Free Operating Cash Flow, Levered 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, Levered represents Total Cash From Operating Activities minus Capital Expenditures for the same period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 678
This is an Annual Trend Momentum of Free Operating Cash Flow, Levered 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, Levered represents Total Cash From Operating Activities minus Capital Expenditures for the same period.
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This is an Annual Trend Volatility of Free Operating Cash Flow, Levered 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, Levered represents Total Cash From Operating Activities minus Capital Expenditures for the same period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 704
This is an Interim Trend Growth of Free Operating Cash Flow, Levered 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, Levered represents Total Cash From Operating Activities minus Capital Expenditures for the same period.
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This is an Interim Trend Momentum of Free Operating Cash Flow, Levered 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, Levered represents Total Cash From Operating Activities minus Capital Expenditures for the same period.
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This is an Interim Trend Volatility of Free Operating Cash Flow, Levered 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, Levered represents Total Cash From Operating Activities minus Capital Expenditures for the same period.
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The 10 day average daily Dollar liquidity. Dollar liquidity is the average amount (in $) required (per tradable day) to move the price of the stock 1% in the pricing currency.
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The 10 day average daily share volume liquidity. Volume liquidity is the average number of shares that need to be traded (per tradable day) to move the price of the stock 1% in the pricing currency.
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A Lot represents the standardized quantity of a financial instrument as set out by an exchange or similar regulatory body for trading purposes. For exchange-traded securities, a lot may represent the minimum quantity of that security that may be traded. Lot Size is subject to change due to capital adjustments.
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Current Liabilities over the last 10 years. NOTE: Insurance companies and Banks do not distinguish between current and long term liabilities. They report only Total Liabilities. For these companies this value will be NA (Not Available).
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Current Liabilities over the last 5 years . NOTE: Insurance companies and Banks do not distinguish between current and long term liabilities. They report only Total Liabilities. For these companies this value will be NA (Not Available).
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This is an Annual Trend Momentum of Total Liabilities 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. Total Liabilities are the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the appropriate period.
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Total Liabilities over the last 10 years. Total Liabilities are the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the appropriate period. 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 Annual Trend Growth of Total Liabilities over 10 years. Trend Growth is the Average Annual incremental log linear slope expressed as a percentage. Required 11 latest fiscal year intervals. Total Liabilities are the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the appropriate period.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 687
This is an Annual Trend Volatility of Total Liabilities 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. Total Liabilities are the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the appropriate period.
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This is the compound annual growth rate of Total Liabilities over the last 5 years. Total Liabilities are the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the most recent fiscal year. 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.
Created : Sat , 05 November 2011 21:20   Views : 712
This is an Interim Trend Momentum of Total Liabilities 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. Total Liabilities are the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the appropriate period.
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This is an Interim Trend Growth of Total Liabilities 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. Total Liabilities are the sum of all current and long term liabilities reported for the appropriate period.