Typically, a company with negative free cash flow indicates an inability to generate enough cash to support the business. Free cash flow tracks the cash a company has left over after meeting its operating expense.
Liquidity moves markets!Follow the money. Find the profits!
But when 58% of the United States stocks have negative free cash flows … we got trouble in River City.
But Canada is even worse at 82%.
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