Investing in Stocks: How to Read a Cash flow Statement

In this video, Andrew and Geoff go over how to read a cash flow statement, which is the most important financial statement. They go over Free Cash Flow, EBITDA, Owners Earnings, and other accounting metrics related to the statement.

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