Thursday, February 26, 2015

We wanted to show how easy it is to use our tools and generate a quick screen.  All you need to do is to sign up for a Calcbench account and use our Excel Add-in or our Benchmark/Analysis tool on the web.  

We allow for our user to create their own formulas.  One of the more utilized formulas in financial analysis is the Free Cash Flow yield.   Our definition of FCF was to take Cashflow from Operations, subtract dividends and capital expenditures and divide that figure by the firms market cap (NOTE: in the market capitalization formula Calcbench accounts for the dilution factor of stock options). 

Here are the top 25 firms FCF yield firms for 2014 to date (roughly 300 of the 500 firms have filed year end results so far).  

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