Cash coverage of growth

A financial analysis tools that measures the need for financing. The formula is the cash-flow from operating activities divided by the cash paid for long-term asset. Cash paid for long-term assets can be found on the statement of cash-flow, in the investing-activities section. A low ratio indicates a need of additional financing for more growth. A high ratio indi- cates that cash-flows are adequate, but it can also be suggested that opportunities for growth are limited.

 

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