Free Cash flow & Cash flow. FCF is used for the valuation of an enterprise while CF is used to calculate an organization’s net cash flow
Free Cash Flow (FCF) indicates that a company is financially sound, and it has the ability to grow and pay its debts and dividends.
The “impact” relates to how the cash flow has changed when there is positive and negative fluctuation in working capital.
Cash flow vs. Profit- Cash Flow represent the liquidity of the company while profitability represents the income and expenses of the company.
Using cash flow analysis ratios, a company seeks out how much cash it has, where its cash is going, and what it needs to do to maintain!
Cash Flow Statement helps to track cash inflow and outflow. CFS has three main parts: operating, investing, and financing activities.