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Cash Flow AOBC Quote American Ou

All | Income Statement | Balance Sheet | Cash Flow | Retained Earnings | PPE Schedule | Intangible and Goodwill Schedule
Year 201420152016
NetIncome 94 128 20
Depreciation 41 50 52
DeferredIncomeT -4 -8 -9
StockBasedCompe 6 9 8
AccountsReceiva -2 -41 51
InventoryCS -1 -22 -17
AccountsPayable 13 1 -21
OtherWorkingCap -1 -16 6
OtherNonCashIte 1 2 -1
NetCashProvided 169 124 62
InvestmentsInPP -31 -35 -18
AcquisitionsNet -1 -211 -23
PurchasesOfInve 0 0 0
SalesMaturities 0 0 0
PurchasesOfInta 0 -1 -1
OtherInvestingA 0 0 0
NetCashUsedForI -32 -244 -42
DebtIssued 105 100 150
DebtRepayment -105 -57 -182
CommonStockIssu 0 0 0
CommonStockRepu 0 -50 0
DividendPaid 0 0 0
OtherFinancingA 13 -3 0
NetCashProvided 12 -10 -32
NetChangeInCash 149 -130 -13
CashAtBeginning 42 191 62
CashAtEndOfPeri 191 62 49
American Outdoor Brands Corporation income statement is the only one that provides an overview of company sales and net income
The reasoning behind the adjustment, however, is that free cash flow is meant to measure money being spent right now, not transactions that happened in the past. This makes American Outdoor Brands Corporation FCF a useful instrument for identifying growing companies with high up-front costs, which may eat into earnings now but have the potential to pay off later.