Net Fixed Assets

Net Fixed Assets - or or property, plant and equipment after depreciation- is defined as per the Greenblatt definition as Total Assets - Total Current Assets - Total Intangible assets/goodwill

Stockopedia explains NFA

This is used by Joel Greenblatt's Magic Formula in "The Little Book that Beats the Market", along with Net Current Assets.

Ranks: High to Low
Unit: m
Available as Table Column

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