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QuestionsCategory: Valuation QuadrantTerminology used in P/E Ratio (V Quadrant)
Yong Perng Tan asked 2 years ago

Dear admin/experts,
In the video under the P/E ratio. Net cash/debt per share is mentioned. May I know if this is the same as free cash flow to equity taught in the F quadrant? If it’s not, how do I calculate this net cash/debt per share, or where do I find it?

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Victor Chng answered 2 years ago

Hi Yong Perng,
Net cash/debt per share is different from FCF to equity. 
You can obtain the net cash/debt per share from the balance sheet. Under the current asset, it is called cash & cash equivalent. As for the debt, you can find it in the current and non-current liabilities.
The formula is (Cash & Cash Equivalent – Debt) divided by number of outstanding shares.

Yong Perng Tan replied 2 years ago

Thank you so much Victor!

Victor Chng replied 2 years ago

Welcome :)