Praise for Creative Cash Flow Reporting
"With Creative Cash Flow Reporting, Charles Mulford and Eugene Comiskey have established themselves as the Graham and Dodd of sniffing out financial shenanigans. This book is destined to become a classic—it is the last word on cash flow."
—Herb Greenberg, Senior Columnist, CBSMarketwatch.com
"The combination of academic rigor with excellent accessible writing and explanation on display makes this book extraordinarily valuable for investors of any skill level."
—Bill Mann, Senior Editor, Investing, The Motley Fool
"Creative Cash Flow Reporting is destined to become the gold standard in the field of forensic analysis of corporate cash flow."
—Thornton L. O'glove, founder, Quality of Earnings Report
"With this book, professors Mulford and Comiskey take popular analytical dogma about cash flow reporting and stand it on its head: cash flow can be manipulated."
—Jack Ciesielski, Publisher, The Analyst's Accounting Observer
"I always assumed that operating cash flow was the last word when it comes to evaluating a company's results. No more! Mulford and Comiskey's latest effort opened my eyes to what really counts: sustainable cash flow."
—Harry Domash, Publisher, Winning Investing newsletter; Investing columnist, San Francisco Chronicle, MSN Money
"Mulford and Comiskey have created another superb guide for serious users of financial statements. This book should be a companion for anyone examining the quality and sustainability of a firm's earnings and cash flow."
—Mark N. Hurley, Head, Global Risk Education, JPMorgan Chase
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