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Learn More## About Depreciation to Cash Flow

The Depreciation to Cash Flow ratio measures how well a company can sustain its level of cash flow and avoid market fluctuations.

## Calculate Depreciation to Cash Flow

## Interpreting the Calculator Results

### If Depreciation to Cash Flow increases over time:

An increasing Depreciation to Cash Flow ratio is generally a positive sign, showing the company’s cash flow is more predictable and is not having to ride the highs and lows of market conditions.

### If Depreciation to Cash Flow decreases over time:

A decreasing Depreciation to Cash Flow ratio is generally a negative sign, showing the company”s cash flow is less predictable and is more affected by the highs and lows of market conditions.

### If Depreciation to Cash Flow stays the same over time:

An unchanged Depreciation to Cash Flow ratio may indicate the company”s cash flow consistancy has remained the same.