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OperatingCashFlowSalesRatio OperatingCashFlowRevenue \dfrac{OperatingCashFlow}{Revenue} - which gives investors an idea of the company's ability to turn sales into cash.
FreeCashFlowOperatingCashFlowRatio FreeCashFlowOperatingCashFlow \dfrac{FreeCashFlow}{OperatingCashFlow} - The higher the percentage of free cash flow embedded in a company's operating cash flow, the greater the financial strength of the company..
CashFlowCoverageRatios OperatingCashFlowTotalDebt \dfrac{OperatingCashFlow}{TotalDebt} - The operating cash flow is simply the amount of cash generated by the company from its main operations, which are used to keep the business funded.
ShortTermCoverageRatios OperatingCashFlowShortTermDebt \dfrac{OperatingCashFlow}{ShortTermDebt} - The short-term debt coverage ratio compares the sum of a company's short-term borrowings and the current portion of its long-term debt to operating cash flow.
CapitalExpenditureCoverageRatios OperatingCashFlowCapitalExpenditure \dfrac{OperatingCashFlow}{CapitalExpenditure} - The larger the operating cash flow coverage for these items, the greater the company's ability to meet its obligations, along with giving the company more cash flow to expand its business, withstand hard times, and not be burdened by debt servicing and the restrictions typically included in credit agreements.
DividendpaidAndCapexCoverageRatios OperatingCashFlowDividendPaid+CapitalExpenditure \dfrac{OperatingCashFlow}{DividendPaid + CapitalExpenditure} - For conservative investors focused on cash flow coverage, comparing the sum of a company's capital expenditures and cash dividends to its operating cash flow is a stringent measurement that puts cash flow to the ultimate test. If a company is able to cover both of these outlays of funds from internal sources and still have cash left over, it is producing what might be called "free cash flow on steroids". This circumstance is a highly favorable investment quality.
DividendPayoutRatio DPS(dividendpershare)EPS(NetIncomeperShareNumber) \dfrac{DPS(dividend per share)}{EPS(Net Income per Share Number)} - The dividend payout ratio is an indicator of how well earnings support the dividend payment.