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I continuelly hear that it is a good idea to invest in companies with "strong balance sheets." As a beginning investor what constitutes a strong balance sheet? Is it having more cash than liablities? Is it determining free cash flow? Are some liablities good? If so, which ones.
Any information regarding this concept would greatlly be appreciated. Many thanks in advance for your consideration in this matter.
Regards, Mike
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