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Does anyone know a good (and free) webpage that has ROIC already calculated for publicly traded companies?

Hi Joel,

Try ADVFn Financials site:
http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=financials&btn=company_data&sf_symbol_select=NYSE%3AAEO&symbol=NYSE%3AAEO&annual_reports=1&start_date=9


They call it Return on Capital Invested (ROCI) and you have to scroll down fairly far.

Problem is, I don't know how they calculate it. I've searched through their HELP section, which gives definitions for most things, but I've never found their ROCI explanation.

On the other hand, at least it'll give you something to go on and if you're interested, then you can run your own Excel calculation.

Fafar
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