Stocks: Eleven Cash-Flow Champs

S&P finds companies that are not only nicely priced, but are increasing cash flow much faster than the overall market

One key measure of momentum in a company's business is cash flow, which is calculated by adding a company's net income plus depreciation, depletion, and amortization. Many investors look to find companies that are attractively valued relative to their cash flow.

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