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Pseudo-Cash Flow Measures. Alternate Cash Flow Measures. EBITDA Free cash flow Discretionary cash flow. EBITDA. E arnings B efore Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization. An alternative measure of operating cash flow

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Alternate Cash Flow Measures

  • EBITDA
  • Free cash flow
  • Discretionary cash flow
ebitda
EBITDA

Earnings Before Interest, Taxes,

Depreciation, and Amortization

An alternative measure of operating cash flow

Depreciation and/or amortization are typically the largest non-cash expenses

free cash flow fcf
Free Cash Flow (FCF)

Cash flow

from operations

Capital

expenditures

Free Cash Flow

=

  • Reveals the strength of a company’s cash flow
  • Indicates how much cash flow is available for general corporate use
discretionary cash flow dcf
Discretionary Cash Flow (DCF)

Discretionary

Cash Flow

Cash flow

from operations

Required debt payments

Dividend

payments

=

  • A measure of excess cash flow
  • Indicates how much internally-generated operating cash flow is available for discretionary, value-creating actions