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Author: CheetahChrome One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 19  
Subject: Financials Date: 5/18/1999 8:26 AM
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I stumbled on REMX the other day & it looks like it could be an interesting play. I like most of what I see in its fundamentals.

One thing that bothers me, however, is that their net profit margin is pretty low: 3.1%. This does not give me a warm feeling as it doesn't leave them much headroom if times get tough.

I'm also somewhat confused at their cash flow situation. If I read the numbers correctly, they were cash flow negative for 1995, 1995, 1997 & 1998 (being slightly positive in 1996). However, it looks like they were cash flow positive in Q1 & slightly positive in Q2 1999 (ther fiscal year ends in September). In fact, in looking at their changes in cash flow, they seem to have a lot of trouble keeping their cash flow stable.

Has anyone else looked at these numbers?
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