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Subject:  Re: RMEssentials Intel Date:  3/3/2000  6:26 PM
Author:  TMFTribe Number:  5697 of 8329

Do my numbers look correct?

Everything looks good except for your value for "Cash and Equivalents". In Intel's case, it should be the sum of "Cash and Equivalents", "Short-Term Investments", and "Trading Assets", which should bring the final tally to $11891 million. That should raise the Flow Ratio a tad up to around 0.95 or so, if memory serves me.


Is there a way to get more recent financial data, or should I always stick to the SEC filings?

You can always try the company website and see what sort of data they provide with their earnings releases. If I remember correctly, Intel is pretty good about providing both the Income Statement and a Balance Sheet with their releases, so you should be okay there. Just click on the following link to access their most recent data from 99Q4:

http://www.intel.com/intel/finance/earnings.htm

Hope this helps.

the Lanceman

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