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Netflix Cash Flow to CAPEX (TTM)

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About Cash Flow To Capex

Cash flow to capital expenditures (capex) reviews how many times cash flow is greater than capex. A ratio of one means each dollar that is coming into a company, it is spending it on capital purchases. A ratio of 50 means that cash flow from operations is 50 times higher than a company's spending on PPE.

High ratios potentially indicate that a company is not spending enough on its property, plant, equipment (PPE). For capital intensive companies, high ratios can indicate a company is not replacing its capital assets quickly enough and may be forced to pick up spending in PPE in later years. For service-orientated companies that may not have as much PPE spending, this ratio is not as useful.

Low ratios may be signs that a company is having issues with incoming cash and continuing PPE purchases. Companies in a growth stage often see lower ratios of cash flow to capital (ie. a new car manufacturer will make sizable PPE purchases while not seeing revenues until later).
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NFLX Cash Flow to CAPEX (TTM) Benchmarks

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NFLX Cash Flow to CAPEX (TTM) Range, Past 5 Years

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NFLX Cash Flow to CAPEX (TTM) Excel Add-In Codes

  • Metric Code: cash_flow_to_capex_ttm
  • Latest data point: =YCP("NFLX", "cash_flow_to_capex_ttm")
  • Last 5 data points: =YCS("NFLX", "cash_flow_to_capex_ttm", -4)

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