Apple Free Cash Flow per Share Trend

AAPL -- USA Stock  

USD 190.91  0.61  0.32%

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Showing smoothed Free Cash Flow per Share of Apple with missing and latest data points interpolated. Free Cash Flow per Share is a valuation metric calculated by dividing Free Cash Flow by Weighted Average Shares.
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17.89 times

          10 Years Trend
Increasing
Slightly volatile
 Free Cash Flow per Share 
      Timeline 

Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  7.51
Coefficient Of Variation  65.81
Mean Deviation  3.73
Median  8.24
Standard Deviation  4.94
Sample Variance  24.43
Range  17.90
R Value  0.92
Mean Square Error  3.97
R Squared  0.85
Significance  0.00001839
Slope  1.27
Total Sum of Squares  268.71

Apple Free Cash Flow per Share Over Time

2016-12-31  9.70 
2017-12-31  9.70 
2018-12-31  17.89 

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