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Subject:  Re: Levered free cash flow Date:  1/6/2006  10:44 AM
Author:  jrr7 Number:  1634 of 2244

"Free cash flow" is a measure of how much cash the business is generating.

"Leveraged" is a measure of how much debt the company is in.

Put them together and it is an attempt to scale free cash flow by the debt to equity ratio of the company.
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