# Per Share

## EPS

Unit: Dollars

Earnings per Share, or EPS is calculated as Net Income from continuing operations divided by the weighted average number of shares.

## Cash Per Share

Unit: Dollars

Cash per share is the sum of cash and short-term investments divided by the total number of shares.

## Cash Flow Per Share

Unit: Dollars

Cash Flow per Share is a measure of how much cash a company generates. It is calculated over a trailing twelve month period and is arguably less easily manipulated than Earnings per Share because it excludes all noncash items such as depreciation.

## Debt Per Share

Unit: Dollars

Debt per share is long term debt divided by the total number of shares.

## EPS Diluted

Unit: Dollars

The trailing twelve month Diluted Earnings per Share, or Diluted EPS is calculated as Net Income from continuing operations divided by the diluted average number of shares. The diluted number of shares assumes the exercising of all stock options, warrents and convertible securities. It yields a lower, more conservative EPS value than basic EPS. A big discrepancy between basic EPS and Diluted EPS values can indicate high potential for dilution, not considered to be a good thing.

## Dividend Per Share

Unit: Dollars

The dollar amount paid per share in dividends each year.

## Equity Per Share

Unit: Dollars

The company’s net worth or book value per share.

## Free Cash Flow Per Share

Unit: Dollars

Free Cash Flow per Share is seen as a predictor of future Earnings per Share. It is a calculated over a trailing twelve month period by subtracting Capital Expenditure (Cap Ex) from Cash Flow in order to show how much cash a company generates after paying to maintain and expand its production.

## Net Cash Per Share

Unit: Dollars

Net Cash per share is the sum of cash and short-term investments minus long term debt divided by the total number of shares.

## Tangible Equity Per Share

Unit: Dollars

The company’s total net worth or book value per share minus certain intangible assets that would have little or no value in the event of liquidation.

## Sales Per Share

Unit: Dollars

Sales per share is total company sales over the trailing twelve months divided by the total number of shares.

## Operating Income Per Share

Unit: Dollars

Operating Income for the trailing 12-months divided by the current stock price.

## Basic EPS Plus Discontinued Operations

Unit: Dollars

Earnings per Share, or EPS is calculated as Net Income (including disontinued operations) divided by the weighted average number of shares.

## Diluted EPS Plus Discontinued Operations

Unit: Dollars

The trailing twelve month Diluted Earnings per Share, or Diluted EPS is calculated as Net Income (including discontinued operations) divided by the diluted average number of shares. The diluted number of shares assumes the exercising of all stock options, warrents and convertible securities. It yields a lower, more conservative EPS value than basic EPS.