Whenever there is no positive correlation between EBITDA and FCF, always trust FCF.

Comparing any two entities, may it be two different sportsmen like Michael Jordan and Lionel Messi or two different companies like Apple and GE, is always very difficult because there is no common structure to compare them. It is comparatively a bit easier to compare sportsmen or companies within the same category as comparing Ronaldo …

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Whether to Expense or Capitalize An Expenditure

A capitalized cost is an expense that is added to the cost basis a fixed asset on a company's balance sheet. Capitalized costs are incurred when building or financing fixed assets. Capitalized costs are not expensed in the period they were incurred but recognized over a period of time via depreciation or amortization. A fixed …

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Manufacturing Challenges in India

I've read this article in Electronics Bazaar magazine and I thought it would be good to share some of the insights here. The world today sees India's economy growing into what's expected  to be one of the biggest global economies by mid-century. Although India is still viewed by manufacturers as an economy where the risks …

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