Four Ms Checklist: Management Analysis | Phil Town



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It’s critical to consider the management of the companies on your watchlist so you can find a CEO who is careful with allocating capital. In this week’s clip from InvestED, Phil and Danielle discuss ways to determine great stocks to purchase by analyzing CEOs and their finances. https://bit.ly/2N00Dsv

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Time Stamps

00:00 – Allocating capital
01:24 – Numbers to consider
02:13 – Debt
04:17 – Earnings vs. free cash flow
07:15 – Net debt
08:58 – Apple example

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