A primer on evaluating how a company uses cash
Let's assume you could go back in time one second for every dollar that nonfinancial companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index had in cash. If we were talking about $1 million dollars, we'd be just 12 days younger, and we'd be able to take back that unfortunate remark about our neighbor's haircut. If we were talking about $1 billion dollars, we'd be able to talk to President Reagan.
Waggoner, John, "A primer on evaluating how a company uses cash" (2017). In the News. 2422.