levered free cash flow

Definition

The amount of cash available to stockholders after interest payments on debt are made. A company with a large amount of debt will have to spend more money on interest payments, which in turn will limit the amount of money that can be sent to stockholders in the form of dividends.

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You may need to try and take on a levered free cash flow if you think that will make things easier for you.

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After interest payments on the debt were made then there could be some levered free cash flow, but only after.

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My levered free cash flow won't last the whole time were on vacation, so I took the liberty and invested 10% to flip before our vacation is over.

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