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I am reading an article about valuing companies and it says it is a good idea to look at cash flow expecially share price/cash flow per share. Now it seems to be telling me that a higher number is better, but this is confusing to me. It seems to me that if the cash flow is higher that is better and if the stock price is lower that is better. That would mean more cash and a undervalued stock. Right??? But a cheaper stock and a higher cash flow would make the number(share price/cash flow per share lower not higher. HELP. Thanks in advance.

Dave
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