Financial Statements

American Outdoor Brands Corporation

American Outdoor Brands Corporation (AOBC)


Cash Flow Statement

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Year 2010201120122013201420152016201720182019
Depreciation & Amortization 13.6213.2315.4916.7321.7030.8941.2450.2152.0853.86
Stock-based compensation 3.140.942.344.078.215.816.478.597.827.99
Operating Cash Flow 23.0938.3637.3798.1090.21114.81168.56123.5861.6457.45
Capital Expenditure -17.70-19.93-13.91-40.48-62.69-26.90-30.86-32.74-19.04-33.13
Acquisitions and disposals -21.07-0.507.50--159.24-1.22-211.07-23.12-1.77
Investment purchases and sales --
Investing Cash Flow ----------
Insurance (repayment) of debt ----------
Insurance (buybacks) of shares ----------
Dividend payments ----------
Financing Cash Flow 15.710.01-25.56-21.42-59.2244.6112.49-9.56-32.17-30.47
Effect of forex changes on cash ----------
Net cash flow / Change in cash 0.0318.44-1.5743.77-31.63-26.64149.06-129.73-12.69-7.84
Free Cash Flow 5.3918.4323.4657.6227.5187.91137.7090.8442.6024.32
Net Cash/Marketcap -0.00-

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.