Picking Stocks: These 7 Examples Show Why Operating Cash Flow Is More Important than Net Profit
Operating cash flow (OCF) is the key to understanding how well a company is doing. It defines whether, and how much of, the revenues are getting converted to cash. However, most investors lean towards net profit (NP) as the primary metric of a company’s performance. Why? 
 
One of the main reasons is that OCF numbers are provided once in a year while the net profit numbers are...
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Nifty, Sensex Under Pressure – Weekly closing report

We had mentioned in last Friday’s closing report that Nifty, Sensex would try to push higher. The major indices of the Indian stock markets closed up over the week. The trends of the major indices in the course of the week’s trading are given in the table below:

 

 
The major indices of the Indian stock market rallied and ended Monday with gains over last Friday’s close. On the NSE, there were 956 advances, 782 declines and 346 unchanged.
 
The key Indian equity indices of the S&P BSE Sensex and the NSE Nifty50 touched fresh record levels Monday, supported by firm global cues and a recovery in the domestic currency. Both the BSE Sensex and the Nifty50 of the National Stock Exchange touched new all-time highs of 38,281.70 points and 11,551.85 points, respectively, surpassing their previous benchmarks of 38,076.23 and 11,495.20 points. Buying activity was witnessed in capital goods, auto and oil and gas stocks.
 
The major indices of the Indian stock markets were range-bound on Tuesday and closed with minor gains over Monday’s close. On the NSE, there were 892 advances, 926 declines and 76 unchanged.
 
The key Indian equity indices...

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Parag Milk: From Commodity to Brands
Parag Milk Foods Limited (PMFL) is a recently listed stock. Since its listing on 19 May 2016, it has returned a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.73%. PMFL sells milk and milk products, such as ghee, skimmed milk powder, whole milk powder, paneer, cheese, cheese spreads, butter, curds, dairy whitener and gulab jamun mix. It claims to be the second-largest cheese seller, with a 33%...
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