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# Price to Free Cash Flow Ratio PFCF

Fundamental Analysis Term

The Price to Free Cash Flow Ratio (PFCF) is a financial metric used in fundamental analysis to assess the valuation of a company's stock relative to its free cash flow. Free cash flow is a financial metric that measures the cash a company generates after taking into account the capital expenditures necessary to maintain and grow its business.

The PFCF ratio is calculated by dividing a company's current market capitalization (i.e., the total value of all its outstanding shares of stock) by its free cash flow. The resulting ratio indicates how much investors are willing to pay for each dollar of a company's free cash flow.

PFCF can be useful in identifying companies that may be undervalued or overvalued relative to their free cash flow. A lower PFCF ratio may indicate that a company is undervalued, while a higher PFCF ratio may indicate that a company is overvalued.

To calculate the PFCF ratio, use the following formula:

PFCF = Market Capitalization / Free Cash Flow

# Price to Free Cash Flow Ratio PFCF

Fundamental Analysis Term

The Price to Free Cash Flow Ratio (PFCF) is a financial metric used in fundamental analysis to assess the valuation of a company's stock relative to its free cash flow. Free cash flow is a financial metric that measures the cash a company generates after taking into account the capital expenditures necessary to maintain and grow its business.

The PFCF ratio is calculated by dividing a company's current market capitalization (i.e., the total value of all its outstanding shares of stock) by its free cash flow. The resulting ratio indicates how much investors are willing to pay for each dollar of a company's free cash flow.

PFCF can be useful in identifying companies that may be undervalued or overvalued relative to their free cash flow. A lower PFCF ratio may indicate that a company is undervalued, while a higher PFCF ratio may indicate that a company is overvalued.

To calculate the PFCF ratio, use the following formula:

PFCF = Market Capitalization / Free Cash Flow

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