AAPL Continuous Price / Free Cash Flow Net of Net Cash (CP-FCF-NC) Weekly


This chart shows Free Cash Flow (FCF) net of Net Cash (cash minus debt), with that metric’s multiple charted with the stock price. One way to think of this: If you bought the whole company, all the shares of AAPL outright, how many years would it take to get your investment back from the company as cash, using FCF and current net cash on hand, assuming the company continued with the same FCF as the most recent 4 quarter average. So if AAPL price is at the ‘5’ line, that’s 5 years it would take to get all your investment cash back, and then you’d still own the whole company.

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