TMCNet:  Top 5 Companies in the Computer Hardware Industry With the Lowest Free Cash Flow Per Share (SSYS, DBD, DELL, HPQ, AAPL)

[February 19, 2013]

Top 5 Companies in the Computer Hardware Industry With the Lowest Free Cash Flow Per Share (SSYS, DBD, DELL, HPQ, AAPL)

Feb 19, 2013 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Below are the three companies in the Computer Hardware industry with the lowest (positive) free cash flow per share. FCF/share is a valuable metric signaling a company's ability to facilitate growth in the business.Stratasys ranks lowest with a FCF per share of $0.46. Diebold is next with a FCF per share of $2.50. Dell ranks third lowest with a FCF per share of $2.64.


Hewlett-Packard follows with a FCF per share of $3.48, and Apple rounds out the bottom five with a FCF per share of $45.53.

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