Cash EPS gives the true value of a company's cash flow, and analysed along with the basic EPS, it can help investors avoid firms with low operating cash flows.

The third quarter results for the Sensex companies are expected to show a growth of about 25 per cent in profits.
Beat the market volatility and squeeze it for profit by using a combination of call and put options called long and short straddles.
The price to earnings growth ratio helps evaluate a stock more accurately than the PE ratio. Here’s how to calculate it and find out if a stock is fairly valued.
The resurgence of economic activity is driving the demand for crude oil, which could translate to spillover benefits for the pipeline industry.
Continuing the series on financial concepts, MONEY TODAY explains how the price to sales ratio can help an investor know if a stock is worth buying.
The top 10 Sensex stocks are not looking positive. They strengthen the belief that a correction is due.
The covered call strategy can help enhance the investor’s returns without increasing the threat to the portfolio.
Size doesn’t matter. While blue-chip companies have performed dismally, small- and mid-caps are showing how profitable they are.
Market rookie Kamya Jaiswal is set to invest in stocks. In this series, we bring you excerpts from her diary to help you learn from her mistakes.
Anjani Sinha, MD and CEO, National Spot Exchange Limited, talks about the future of gold and silver prices and the benefits of trading in bullion at the spot exchange.
Though the bull call strategy helps minimise losses, it has a limited profit potential and high commission costs.
Let’s not get carried away by the euphoria in the markets because bad news could be just around the corner.
Companies in the auto, IT and real estate sectors are likely to show a strong sequential earnings trend.
For the market to move up further, the oil and gas sector has to contribute significantly.
Buying a call option, a simple trading strategy, can offer vast gains if the market is expected to be bullish in a short period.
Continuing the series on financial concepts, we explain why beta could be a useful tool to measure the market risk of a stock.