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im on pg. 143 of the Motley Fool Investment Guide -

and looking at the "Styles on Video" example/illustration measuring growth in accts. rec. and inventories with that of sales growth.

Just for practice i went to www.morningstar.com and looked up Chiptole Mexican Grill (CMG) to see if i could do the same calculation from the site that the FOOL did with Styles.

i found under Financial Statements -> 10-yr Cash Flows ->

cash flows from operations; investing; financing; and free cash flows..


but i dont know which number to look at for "net cash flow" or "cash flow" (same thing)

any help in where to look?

thanks


dmunch
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