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They should calculate per share divedend instead of cash flow in determining its intrinsic value, but since there is no div. payout, its a little bit more difficult. ex. Net income + dep. - change in adjusted cash flow - capital spending will give you the "free cash flow" for the company. Determine the growth rate of the free cash flow and then discount. I myself bought 500 shares because the intrinsic value that I calculated was around 40 - 45 per share. 300 is a little too high and too optimistic.
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