October 26, 2017
Investment Green Flag: Decreasing Shares Outstanding

Investment Green Flags – Decreasing Shares Outstanding

Share Buyback Programs

A company purchasing back its shares tends to increase the stock price for a couple of reasons. First, it shows that the firm and its employees are confident in the direction the company is heading. Second, it cuts down on the shares available for investors to purchase purchasing the price up through restricting supply.…
November 2, 2017
Intuitively, most investors would assume that consistent growth in free cash flow within a company, would result in a high performing stock. Well today we're going to test out that theory with the "Free Cash Flow Growth Leaders Stock Screener".

Ranking the Growth of Free Cash Flow and Finding the Leaders

Intuitively, most investors would assume that consistent growth in free cash flow within a company, would result in a high performing stock. Well today we’re going to test out that theory with the “Free Cash Flow Growth Leaders Stock Screener”. With this screener, we’re looking for:

· Large and stable companies; companies that have a market cap over a billion dollars sectioned off into their respective sectors.…

November 9, 2017
Investment Green Flag - Positive Operating Cash Flow over the Past Year

Investment Green Flag – Positive Operating Cash Flow over the Past Year

We’ve all heard the old trope that “Cash is King.” Well, in terms of a company it just might be. As part of our Green Flag score we have created a line that requires that a company have a positive operating cash flow over the past four quarters. If you are unfamiliar with what operating cash flow is, it is exactly what the name suggests – cash flow from operations.…
November 20, 2017
High Cash Flow

Investment Green Flags – High Cash Flow Score

Now, this flag looks incredibly simple, but whenever you see orange text in Equities Lab, it means that there is a deeper formula to explore. Clicking on that formula we are presented with the following – Though the flag itself is simple, the underlying formula is not. Understanding and analyzing cash flow statements takes time.…