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Returns on Corporate Capital

- comparisons of company returns based on GAAP-defined performance measurements -

Produced by the Forum from SEC records of company reports provided by

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This website is intended only for the use of Forum participants in a private workshop project to define "Returns on Corporate Capital."

 

 

Buyback Analysis

For relevant input assumptions of an appropriate pre-tax rate of return on reinvestment, 5 year histories and averages of Returns on Corporate Capital™ for companies and their industries can be found in the workshop's "ROCC" tool.

See also the August 11, 2016 Forum Report: Measuring Comparative Results of Buybacks and Reinvestment.

 

 

 

 

Permission is granted to republish images of the graphs of Returns on Corporate Capital as presented on this website with their full statements of source and copyright information, or as otherwise specifically approved to satisfactorily describe the analysis and sources, and to respect the intellectual property rights of both the Shareholder Forum and its cited contributors of research.

Information requests and suggestions of research applications for Shareholder Support Rankings or the related data can be addressed to the Shareholder Forum at rocc@shareholderforum.com.

 

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