United States Free Cash Flow Trend

UHN -- USA Etf  

USD 20.18  0.10  0.52%

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Showing smoothed Free Cash Flow of United States Diesel Heating Oil with missing and latest data points interpolated. Free Cash Flow is a measure of financial performance calculated as Net Cash Flow from Operations minus [CAPEX].
Free Cash Flow10 Years Trend
Increasing
Slightly volatile
 Free Cash Flow 
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Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean (2,089,562)
Geometric Mean  1,646,317
Coefficient Of Variation (149.63)
Mean Deviation  2,377,478
Median (2,211,491)
Standard Deviation  3,126,509
Range  8,857,084
R Value  0.36
R Squared  0.13
Significance  0.22
Slope  291,588

United States Free Cash Flow Over Time

2016-12-31 (2,211,491) 
2017-12-31 (2,211,491) 
2018-12-31 (2,601,754) 

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