Price to Operating Cash Flow TTM
TTM

The Price to Operating Cash Flow Ratio, or P / OCF Ratio, values a company against its Operating Cash Flow. It is the Share Price of the company divided by its Free Cash Flow per Share. This is measured on a TTM basis and uses diluted shares outstanding.

Stockopedia explains P / OCF

This is similar to the P/FCF measure but uses a looser measure of cash flow, called Operating Cash Flow, which does not deduct Capital Expenditures.

Operating Cash Flow, is the amount of actual cash made by a company's business. It is similar to Operating Profit but it ignores the effect of non-cash items.

In general, the higher this measure, the more expensive the company. There are several advantages that the P/FCF holds over other investment multiples - most notably the fact that, in contrast to Earnings, Sales or even Book Value, companies have a harder time manipulating cash flow.

This is measured on a TTM basis and uses diluted shares outstanding.

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The 5 lowest P / OCF Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name P / OCF StockRank
EPA:EURS Fonciere Euris SA 0.04 70
TYO:8377 Hokuhoku Financial Inc 0.08 66
TYO:8416 Bank of Kochi 0.08 68
TYO:8563 Daito Bank 0.08 54
TYO:8337 Chiba Kogyo Bank 0.09 57
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