An Empirical Examination of the Usefulness of the Motley Fool\u27s Flow Ratio


An item in the Motley Fool recently caught our attention. The article “Cisco vs. Lucent: The Flow Ratio Tells All” (by Matt Richey, June 6, 2000, in The Motley, introduced a new ratio that Richey claimed to be useful for measuring the investment worthiness of a company. Since our Financial Statement Analysis course covers traditional ratio analysis and since we were exploring some research ideas on measuring liquidity, the Fool Ratio seemed worthy of investigatio

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