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Why You Shouldn't Use Free Cash Flow to Value Software Stocks

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Why You Shouldn't Use Free Cash Flow to Value Software Stocks
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To value a stock, free cash flow is often a better metric to use than earnings. But in the software space, it's the opposite.

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