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Fifteen cashed-up and cheap shares

Fifteen cashed-up and cheap shares

Cash generation is often regarded as the ultimate yardstick against which a company’s performance should be judged. After all, companies need cash to survive, invest and prosper. By contrast, profits can prove a lot less nutritious over the long term, especially if they’ve been overstated by a creative finance director.

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