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Take a LookAbout Cash Return on Assets
The Cash Return on Assets measures the Cash Flow from Operating Activities in relation to Total Assets. Cash Return on Assets basically shows how well (or how poorly) the company is generating cash from its asset investments.
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Calculate Cash Return on Assets
Interpreting the Calculator Results
If Cash Return on Assets increases over time:
An increasing Cash Return on Assets generally indicates the company is more able to generate revenue from its assets.
If Cash Return on Assets decreases over time:
A decreasing Cash Return on Assets generally indicates the company is less able to generate revenue from its assets.
If Cash Return on Assets stays the same over time:
An unchanged Cash Return on Assets generally indicates the ability of the company to generate revenue from its assets has remained the same.