How should investors read the cash flow statement of a company?

When an investor studies a company’s financials, he looks at three primary statements. These comprise the income statement (which shows the revenues, expenses and the net profit of the company during the year), the balance sheet (which contains an account of the total assets and liabilities that help generate revenue and profits), and the cash flow statement (which contains an account of the sources and uses of cash by the company).

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