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QQQ   366.48
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DOW   35,028.65
QQQ   366.48
S&P 500   4,532.76
DOW   35,028.65
QQQ   366.48
NYSE:FCF

First Commonwealth Financial Social Media Sentiment

$16.84
-0.46 (-2.66%)
(As of 01/19/2022 12:00 AM ET)
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Today's Range
$16.84
$17.30
50-Day Range
$14.83
$17.55
52-Week Range
$11.53
$17.63
Volume
343,413 shs
Average Volume
453,793 shs
Market Capitalization
$1.62 billion
P/E Ratio
12.47
Dividend Yield
2.66%
Beta
1.1

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January 19th, 2022  12:23 PM  |  tangleofcode |  ValueInvesting
Why does companies report Adjusted free cash flow?

Hi. ​ In DSVs 2020 annual report, I see that they refer to the adjusted free cash flow quite a lot. Their definition of it is this: >Free cash flow adjusted for net acquisition of subsidiaries and activities, lease liability repayments, special …

January 19th, 2022  8:49 AM  |  RedKen19 |  ValueInvesting
Question about your DCF analysis approach

As most of you, I do my own DCF valuations. I always felt that the more assumptions I make, the bigger the chance of being too far from reality and the actual intrinsic value. My question is, how do you guys breakdown the analysis? Do you start from growing revenues, …

January 15th, 2022  12:17 AM  |  AnotherBean1 |  ValueInvesting
Cardinal Health Inc. (NYSE:CAH) - Is it a screaming buy?

Okay, so heres some basic metrics to start off: MKT CAP: $15.52 BLN EV: $21.73bln Outstanding Shares: 292M The company has been doing some aggressive share buybacks for the past 10 years now with 430.6M outstanding shares in FY 2006 to 292M in TTM buying back nearly …

January 13th, 2022  12:18 PM  |  ironmagnesiumzinc |  ValueInvesting
Why are EBAY earnings exploding but FCF is not?

Is there some sort of asset (maybe real estate) that they sold off for large profit the past year or two? I dont know how to interpret this.

January 13th, 2022  4:34 AM  |  AnotherBean1 |  ValueInvesting
Foot Locker (NYSE:FL) - Undervalued Shoes Retailer

Disclaimer: Im not a financial advisor of some sort, do your own DD Im just a rando from Reddit. Foot Lockers - What is it? Basically, to cut it short, is a shoe retail business that runs on physical stores/location and has an e-commerce presence. Its business …

January 11th, 2022  2:13 PM  |  Maxour- |  ValueInvesting
HOOD value play?

Hi all, am I the only one to think HOOD might become a good value play at this level? The stock has been destroyed due to bad publicity and currently hold at 14bn market cap. Hood geenrated 1.8bn FCF in 2020 but -0.3bn TTM (due to 1bn share based compensation following IPO) …

January 10th, 2022  1:30 PM  |  Venture2020 |  ValueInvesting
Why are 'value' stocks tumbling with fed hike of interest rates?

Hi, Im following quite a few value stocks (Foot Locker, Cato, etc..) These are stocks with lots of cash on hand, very low to no debt, generating FCF and at a cheap valuation Price to FCF. Why are they tumbling with the recent announcement of hike …

January 10th, 2022  3:52 AM  |  Minute-Shift-5630 |  ValueInvesting
ALLT - question about Cash on balance sheet increasing while losing money each year

Hello, Im new to company valuation, and trying to learn more. Im more of a hands-on learner, so Im looking at various companies to understand better the financial statements. Im analysing ALLT, which is an Israeli cybersecurity company with a $400mil market …

January 9th, 2022  8:56 AM  |  ORCoast19 |  investing
Largest position for 2022?

Warren Buffet says diversification is protection from ignorance, and the best way to have market leading returns is to over allocate your portfolio if you’re confident in your selections. Whats your largest position for 2022? What percentage of your portfolio is it? What makes …

January 9th, 2022  7:28 AM  |  tangleofcode |  ValueInvesting
What does it take for you to invest when FCF is negative?

Hi. ​ Ive heard a few value investors saying that they only invest in business that makes money. I assume they mean that the FCC for a while has been and still is positive. How does the value investing community here on this subreddit stand on this issue - when researching …

January 7th, 2022  11:08 AM  |  mte498 |  ValueInvesting
Kohl's (KSS) might be the best value play out there

Yes, you heard me right. Retail dinosaur Kohls might just be the best value play out there right now. You might be as surprised as I was but when I learned how strong theyve been performing recently. On a Q3-21 TTM basis ($ 000s): Revenue of $19,075 vs $20,229 …

January 3rd, 2022  3:27 PM  |  pat379 |  stocks
Earnings vs. Free Cash Flow

Could someone explain why I should care about earnings rather than free cash flow? I’ve really bought into the idea that free cash flow is a fact while earnings are an opinion. I keep reading that earnings are an opportunity for management to fleece you (like Jack Welch at GE), …

January 2nd, 2022  10:35 AM  |  Minute-Shift-5630 |  ValueInvesting
Newbie trying to analyse Ahold Delhaize and calculate CapEx

Hello, Im a newbie value investor, until recently having only invested in ETFs. However lately Im a bit weary investing even in those, with all the overvalued companies out there... So thats how I discovered value investing. To learn, Im going through the courses …

December 29th, 2021  3:58 AM  |  FontaineT |  stocks
What's your opinion on AMC Networks (AMCX)?

I have to admit Im still a complete novice when it comes to assessing the qualitative aspects of a stock but the numbers on AMCX look decent to say the least. Clearly its not a (fast) growing company but with a 3yr average PE of 4.1 and a 3yr average price/FCF of 2.7 it seems to …

December 29th, 2021  3:54 AM  |  FontaineT |  ValueInvesting
What's your opinion on AMC Networks (AMCX)?

I have to admit Im still a complete novice when it comes to assessing the qualitative aspects of a stock but the numbers on AMCX look decent to say the least. Clearly its not a (fast) growing company but with a 3yr average PE of 4.1 and a 3yr average price/FCF of 2.7 it seems to …

December 28th, 2021  7:28 PM  |  Potato_Masher_69420 |  dividends
KO payout ratio

Is anyone else concerned about the rising KO payout ratio over the last few years? Since 2016 it hasn’t been below 75% whereas in 2011 the ratio seemed to stay around 50%. FCF has been increasing but revenue has been declining. Interested to see what y’all have to say about it.

December 28th, 2021  8:40 AM  |  AscendingTriangle27 |  ValueInvesting
Thoughts on $VSCO

Hi all, I recently analyzed the financials of Victorias Secret (NYSE: VSCO) and liked what I saw. Company is trading at very attractive multiples (double digit FCF yield and forward P/E of 6). Risk/Rewards seems particularly asymmetric and I believe it can easily double from …

December 22nd, 2021  12:42 PM  |  Rjlv6 |  ValueInvesting
Checklists, DCF's and other conventional tools are overated.

I think alot of the new posters on this board have the impression that if you make a good enough DCF model, have a good enough investment checklist and do enough quanitative anaylisis you will be a good value investor. To be clear there is nothing substantially wrong with these …

December 20th, 2021  3:57 AM  |  CommercialHunt9068 |  stocks
what am i missing at next era energy (NEE)

Next era energy is a utility and energy company with a lot of green assets. the company still has a smaller fossile fuel related buisness but mostly green energy. unlike most utilitys next era energy has a high pe ratio and grows above average. most companys that are like NEE grow …

December 15th, 2021  11:03 AM  |  taurusfeeling |  ValueInvesting
Is there an argument this is a value stock?

I’ll give you some key metrics and you can guess the company? P/FCF 5.10 P/E 26.14 PEG .39 Current ratio: 1.70 Net profit: 39% I’m thinking based on the FCF and PEG it could be, but knowing the stock I would never consider it as such. Any guesses?

December 15th, 2021  7:56 AM  |  notabotnotanalgo |  ValueInvesting
What makes a good become a great stock pick?

Without chasing yield or dividend aristocrats, what do you look for in your dividend stock? What are the key metrics and figures and numbers that make a stock stand out? I look at the following metrics and by no means does a company need to hit all of the criteria but a …

December 15th, 2021  1:48 AM  |  notabotnotanalgo |  dividends
Difference between good and great

Without chasing yield or dividend aristocrats, what do you look for in your dividend stock? What are the key metrics and figures and numbers that make a stock stand out? I look at the following metrics and by no means does a company need to hit all of the criteria but a …

December 13th, 2021  2:14 AM  |  ssssstonksssss |  ValueInvesting
Is high debt and negative FCF typical for mortgage companies?

Hi folks, ​ I have a long position in PennyMac Financial Services PFSI. I really like the company for the huge surge in income over the last couple years and Im feeling some margin of safety at the current price... but its a bit higher in the debt-to-equity department …

December 12th, 2021  12:56 PM  |  FiberCementGang |  ValueInvesting
Why do so many people use P/E instead of P/FCF as a metric?

Seems like FCF is more reliable

December 10th, 2021  9:52 AM  |  Apprehensive-Bid-166 |  ValueInvesting
DXC Technology (DXC) - Overlooked Turnaround?

I follow Vitaliy Katsenelson investments and noticed his biggest position is DXC at 9% of his portfolio. This caught my attention, so I did a deep dive into DXC technology and on the surface their historical financials absolutely suck. Declining revenue, inconsistent earnings, …

December 7th, 2021  6:55 PM  |  FiberCementGang |  ValueInvesting
What inputs to a DCF do you guys use? I’m interesting in making a conservative DCF model to use to screen the global stock market.

I’m interested in what inputs you guys would use for: Discount rate Years of cash flow growth before terminal value Terminal growth rate Would you just use the historical FCF growth rate? Or would you use a fraction of the historical rate to be conservative? (i.e. 0.8FCF.rCAGR …

December 4th, 2021  10:12 AM  |  homeless_alchemist |  dividends
T analysis: Don’t Underestimate the cash flow

T is often talked about on this forum, but I haven’t seen an analysis of it. I have been watching it for some time, so I figured I’d do a quick write up. ​ Overview: There are 3 main businesses: wireless, broadband/wireline, and WarnerMedia. …

December 4th, 2021  12:53 AM  |  FiberCementGang |  ValueInvesting
Free stock screener to export FCF data for S&P 500 constituents to excel?

Most of the stock screeners I’ve found do not have FCF data — have any of you found any worth using?

December 1st, 2021  6:30 PM  |  koloye001 |  ValueInvesting
Discussion on Meta / Facebook

Hey everyone, I would like to hear your thoughts on FB, there is a lot of hate over Facebook, but I want to know whats the hate behind it? By looking at financial, their revenue growth, debt level, FCF, fundamentally they are a sounding …

November 29th, 2021  10:08 PM  |  elzee |  StockMarket
MRNA vs BNTX

Been doing some research on both companies. I believe BNTX has better future position, with more phase 2 trials and if i can recall, Ugur Sahin researching on cancer vaccines before covid even existed. The phase 1 trials do look promising. BNTX has 50/50 profit share …

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