Operating Cashflow Yield %

What is the definition of OCF Yield %?

Also known as cash flow-to-enterprise value, this ratio gives us a sense of the amount of cash a company is generating each year relative to the total value (both debt and equity) investors have placed on the firm. All things being equal, the higher this ratio, the more cash a company generates for its investors.

This is calculated on a TTM basis.


Stockopedia explains OCF Yield %...

Underpriced companies with high OCF yields can end up being excellent value stocks.

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