The Efficient Alpha Capital Free Cash Flow Index uses various measures of Free Cash Flow generation to identify company’s with superior return potential.  This Whitepaper demonstrates how to calculate Free Cash Flow, reveals why this metric is so important, and compares Free Cash Flow to other measures of a company’s financial performance, such as EBITDA and Net Income.

Free Cash Flow Whitepaper – Efficient Alpha Capital – June 2020

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C8’s Weekly Bulletin: Seasons Greetings!

It has been another strong year for C8 Technologies, as we continue to expand and spread the direct indexing message worldwide. We could not have done it without you all, our clients, partners and friends.  We are very grateful for all your support in sharing our journey and achievements. Thank you!  May we wish you the season's greetings and best wishes for 2023. For our final issue of the year, we highlight the recent recovery in interest rate and bond markets, and in 'long-only' allocation strategies, both of which were hit hard in the first three quarters of 2022.  Read more →

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Thoughts From The Divide: Particularly Fluid

Now a week out from the Fed making it clear that the squeeze of lower growth isn’t worth the juice of bringing inflation back to (not toward, Jerry!) 2%, Mohamed El-Erian summed up the state of play nicely in a recent article for the FT. The Queens’ College president noted that, “It is not often that you see a reputable central bank revise up its inflation and growth projections and yet strengthen a dovish tilt to its policy stance. Yet that is what happened in Washington last week when the Federal Reserve raised those projections up a notch and yet delivered two consequential signals – a willingness to tolerate higher inflation for longer and an openness to slow the ongoing reduction in its balance sheet.” Read more →
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