On one measure of profitability, the ratio of price to cash flow, things look even better, with the ETF at an 80% discount to the average stock.
What does PCF stand for?
PCF stands for Price to Cash Flow (ratio)
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- Pounds per Cubic Foot
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- Poynting Correction Factor (thermodynamics)
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- President's Choice Financial
- Primary Combat Function
- Principal Component Filter
- Prins Claus Fonds (Dutch cultural organizations; est. 1996)
- Prioritized Cost Format
- Private Collection Firm (Oregon)
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- Process Control Feature
- Processed Chlorine Free (recycled paper)
- Product Carbon Footprint
- Professional Communication Foundation
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He pointed out that although PSX shares have outperformed most peers in appreciation over the last two years, the company's stock still lags its peers considerably in price-earnings multiples, stock price to book value, and stock price to cash flow.
Kevin Matras shows how to search for stocks with increasing Cash Flows, but low Price to Cash Flow ratios.
However, the Price to Cash Flow (P/CF) is another great ratio to do just that.
So many analysts prefer using the Price to Cash Flow metric to judge a stock's value.
10 per share; (2) a price to cash flow multiple of 4.
We have a preference for companies with below average price/earnings ratios, below average price to cash flow ratios, below average PEG ratios (that's price/earnings to growth rate) for their sectors, but not necessarily deep value.
When I'm looking in the tech sector, I'm not going to be looking at things like price to book, but I will look at price to cash flow and a PEG ratio, or an earnings surprise (that's always a good indicator).